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Pranab shows he’s not a rubber-stamp Prez

Mr Pranab Mukherjee may have moved from the hurly-burly of active politics to becoming the country’s 13th President.

Consult parties afresh, EC told

Despite attorney-general G.E.

JD-U suspends 2 LS MPs for 6 yrs

The JD(U) on Wednesday suspended two Lok Sabha MPs, Jai Narayan Nishad and Purnmasi Ram, from the party for six years on charge of engaging in anti-party activities.

Shah tape: CBI quizzes BJP MPs

The CBI on Friday questioned BJP’s Rajya Sabha members Prakash Javadekar and Bhupendra Yadav in connection with allegations that they had discussed ways to influence the statement of the mother of a f

Contrived majority used for report: BJP

With the Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) controversial draft report on 2G spectrum scam getting adopted by an “overwhelming majority” on Friday, the Opposition blamed the government for “unashamed

Govt cautious, says will study ruling first

The government refrained from reacting to the Supreme Court verdict on the right to exercise “none of the above option”, saying that the judgment will have to be studied before any comments can be mad

Parties guarded on SC verdict

The government and majority of political parties were guarded in their response to the Supreme Court verdict holding that citizens have the right to reject candidates contesting polls.

Lalu career hangs on ordinance future

With Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi denouncing the ordinance to shield convicted netas, all eyes are now on the RJD chief and a loyal ally of the UPA, Mr Lalu Prasad Yadav.

A surprise visit that made history

The ordinance of discontent, which some think can destabilise the UPA-2 government, was shred to bits by Rahul Gandhi on the lawns of the Press Club of India here on Friday afternoon, leaving assemble

Return the ordinance, urges AAP

An Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party delegation on Friday met President Pranab Mukherjee and requested him to send the controversial ordinance to negate the Supreme Court verdict on convicted legisl

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