Monday, January 17, 2022


PM Narendra Modi lays foundation stone of new Parliament building

In the new building, the Lok Sabha chamber will have a seating capacity for 888 members, while the Rajya Sabha will have 384 seats for members.

PM Modi to lay foundation stone of new Parliament building today

The new Parliament building will have a seating capacity for 888 members in the Lok Sabha and 384 members in Rajya Sabha as against the present 543 members and 245 members respectively.

Farm laws must favour farmers

It is obnoxious that the Central government is treating agriculture as trade

Modi to lay foundation stone for new Parliament Building on Dec 10

Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla aid the new building will be earthquake resistant and 2000 people will be directly involved in the construction of the new building and 9,000 indirectly.

Union welfare schemes for all: Amit Shah

When asked why the BJP Ministers had not visited Hyderabad during the recent floods and did not release any funds towards flood relief, Shah sought to know whether the Chief Minister or AIMIM leaders had visited any flood-affected areas.

TRS will win over 100 seats in GHMC polls: KCR

Party president says TRS is a powerful political force not only in the State but also in the country and every time people have blessed it

Thai parliament meets to debate political protest tensions

The protesters have little confidence in the parliamentary path, declaring the government's efforts insincere.

Malaysia’s king rejects PM’s proposal to declare emergency

The king can declare a state of emergency that allows the country to be governed through ordinances that cannot be challenged in court.

Amazon refuses, FB’s Ankhi Das appears before Parl panel on data privacy

This has irked the committee members including its Chairperson and BJP MP Meenakshi Lekhi. Sources suggest that the committee which has 20 members from the Lok Sabha and 10 from the Rajya Sabha

US charges Russians with cyberattacks on Ukraine, French elections

The charges include conspiracy to conduct computer fraud and abuse, conspiracy to commit wire fraud, wire fraud, damaging protected computers, and aggravated identity theft.

PM Modi, Nadda pay last respects to Ram Vilas Paswan

BJP National President JP Nadda, Union Ministers Ravi Shankar Prasad and Giriraj Singh also paid their respects to the departed leader.

Personal Data Protection Bill likely to be tabled in Budget session

The draft bill mandates storage of critical data of individuals by internet companies within the country while sensitive data can be transferred overseas only after explicit consent of the data owner

A national shame

It will be a bigger offence if Hathras and Balrampur cases end up as just another set of cold statistics

Parents in Telangana oppose school reopening

Argue move will be detrimental to health of not just their wards but also family members at home

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