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Centre drops ‘intent’, House passes N-Bill

New Delhi, Aug. 25: The Lok Sabha on Wednesday passed the landmark Civil Liability for Nuclear Damages Bill 2010, which aims to facilitate India’s global nuclear commerce.

The Bill was necessary for

Government moves Bill to provide voting rights to NRIs

The Union law and justice minister, Mr M. Veerappa Moily, moved a Representation of People (Amendment) Bill 2010 in the Rajya Sabha on Saturday, which seeks to provide voting rights to Indians living

Rajya Sabha passes bill to rebuild Nalanda University

The Rajya Sabha on Saturday passed a bill to re-establish the historic Nalanda University in Bihar as an international institute of learning.

The bill, which was introduced in the house last week, wa

Still have concerns over n-bill: CPI(M)

CPI(M) on Friday said it still has concerns over the Civil Nuclear Liability Bill though government dropped a controversial addition in a clause bowing to opposition pressure, which it termed was "goo

Cabinet clears Nuclear Liability Bill

The Union Cabinet on Friday cleared the Nuclear Liability Bill after the contentious word "and" was removed from its text.

The Bill will now be introduced in Parliament.

The report of Standing Comm

BJP to help pass civil nuclear Bill

New Delhi, Aug. 17: The prospect of quick passage of the Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage Bill 2010 through Parliament turned brighter on Tuesday with the Opposition BJP saying it was willing to coo

BJP to help pass civil nuclear Bill

New Delhi, Aug. 17: The prospect of quick passage of the Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage Bill 2010 through Parliament turned brighter on Tuesday with the Opposition BJP saying it was willing to coo

Bill to hike MPs' salaries in this session: Pranab

Responding to demands from members for hike in salaries and allowances, the finance minister, Mr Pranab Mukherjee, on Tuesday said the government was trying to bring a bill in this regard in this sess

Cabinet defers bill to hike MPs' salaries

The Union cabinet on Monday deferred a bill to substantially hike the salary and perks of members of Parliament, official sources said.

Informers safety Bill gets nod

New Delhi, Aug. 9: The government on Monday gave its nod to a draft bill that aims to protect those who raise the alarm over corruption in Central and state government offices and agencies. The Public

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