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Logjam over prices continues, both houses adjourned

New Delhi, July 30: The logjam in parliament over rising prices continued for the fourth day Friday with a united opposition adamantly protesting and demanding a discussion followed by voting on the i

Rajya Sabha adjourned till 12

New Delhi, July 30: The price rise issue stalled the Rajya Sabha for the fourth successive day Friday, forcing its adjournment till 12 noon.

As on previous days, the trouble erupted as soon as the ho

Price rise rocks Parliament, Rajya Sabha adjourned till noon

New Delhi, July 29: The price rise issue created a storm in the Rajya Sabha for the third successive day on Thursday, forcing its adjournment till 12 noon.

Sohrabuddin case: CBI summons Geetha Johri

Ahmedabad, Jul 29: The CBI today issued summons to Geetha Johri, the investigating officer in the fake encounter of Sohrabuddin Sheikh and killing of his wife Kausarbi, and asked her to appear before

No request from Kerala to ban PFI: Chidambaram

New Delhi, July 29: The central government has not received any request from Kerala on banning radical Islamic outfit Popular Front of India (PFI), Home Minister P. Chidambaram said here Thursday.


I will speak on CWG issue after October 15: Aiyar

New Delhi, Jul 29: After raising a controversy with his unsavoury remarks on Commonwealth Games, Rajya Sabha member Mani Shankar Aiyar today said he has been asked to keep mum on the issue and would s

Not shying away from any discussion: Congress

New Delhi, July 29: Under attack from the opposition on rising prices, the Congress Thursday clarified that it was not shying away from any issue.

"The Congress has never shied away from any issue,"

Cameron rules out return of Kohinoor

New Delhi, July 29: Visiting British Prime Minister David Cameron has clearly ruled out the return of the Kohinoor diamond to India, saying if such demands were agreed to, it would lead to empty rooms

'Resolve differences, form political will to pass women's bill'

New Delhi, Jul 29: Hundreds of women today gathered in the capital today to press for their demand for passage of the women's reservation Bill in the Lok Sabha, asking parties to overcome their "lack

Central forces to stay in 'Jungle Mahal': Buddhadeb

Kolkata, Jul 29: Rejecting Trinamool Congress demand for withdrawal of central forces from the Maoist-dominated districts in West Bengal, Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee today said they would r

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