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‘MPs habitual of creating disturbances must introspect’, PM Modi slams opposition ahead of the Budget session

Ahead of the Budget session of Parliament, Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked the Opposition MPs, who were suspended in the last session for their unruly behaviour, to introspect.

NCP MP Supriya Sule mocks DRDO; makes false claims about vaccines in Parliament: Details

Taking a dig at DRDO, Sule said despite being the leading scientific institution, they were now manufacturing masks and sanitisers

Union Budget 2022-23: MSME sector gets a boost, more focus on skilling and entrepreneurship, credit line extended

In her speech, the Finance Minister said that the government has decided to roll out RAMP, an initiative to revitalise the MSME sector

‘The past and present of Amethi’: Rahul Gandhi and Smriti Irani exchange a look outside the Parliament, Netizens speculate what it could mean

Netizens claimed that Smriti Irani took a dig at Rahul Gandhi for the latter's humiliating defeat in his family bastion of Amethi.

Budget 2020: Modi Government allocates 30 per cent higher funds for the agriculture sector

A 16-point action plan was put forth by the Finance Minister to help the agricultural sector and increase farmer’s wages

Budget session: Govt plans to bring 45 bills in 31 sittings, Mineral laws, Insolvency Code, and MTP rights on the table

The first part will conclude on February 11 and the two houses will commence again on March 2. The recess will be used to examine the demands for grants of various ministries and departments by the respective standing committees.

‘Happy that both houses of parliament passed CAA to fulfil the wishes of Gandhiji’: President Kovind addressing joint session of parliament

President Ram Nath Kovind said that parliament fulfiled wishes of Mahatma Gandhi by enacting CAA

Interim Budget vs Full Budget: All you need to know

An interim budget in all practical sense is a full budget but made by the government during the last year of its term i.e. just before an election. 

Congress delayed four Bills that could have changed India

In a democracy, the legislative process being hampered by political adventurism

‘Special Status’ demand that is blocking the parliament could lead to a dangerous domino effect

How will the Modi government balance the possible avalanche?

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