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Shiv Sena joins opposition meeting on Land <strong>bill</strong> strategy

Shiv Sena joins opposition meeting on Land bill strategy

28 Jul 2015

New Delhi: NDA constituent Shiv Sena, which has reservations on the Land Bill, today huddled with Opposition parties to work out a strategy to thwart the proposed changes in the 2013 Act which are up for consideration before a Joint Committee of Parliament.

NDA,   Shiv Sena,   Land Bill,   Opposition parties,   Parliament,   BJP,   Monsoon session ,  
<strong>Bill</strong> to effectively deal with cheque bounce cases in Lok Sabha

Bill to effectively deal with cheque bounce cases in Lok Sabha

27 Jul 2015

New Delhi: A bill, providing for trial in cheque bounce cases at the place where the cheque was presented for clearance and not the place of issue, was re-introduced in the Lok Sabha today, with an aim of helping lakhs of people suffering due to jurisdictional issues.

Cheque bounce,   Cheque clearance,   Lok Sabha,   Jurisdictional issues,  
Land <strong>Bill</strong>: Government's hope hinges on Parliament panel

Land Bill: Government's hope hinges on Parliament panel

26 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Alleging "political opportunism" behind Rahul Gandhi's tirade against the land bill, Government today hinged hopes on a "consensus" in the Joint Committee of Parliament for passage of the contentious measure and claimed Congress alone is insisting on zero amendment in the 2013 law.

Rahul Gandhi,   land bill,   Indian Government,   Joint Committee of Parliament,   Congress,   Latest News,  
Congress, TMC to seek total withdrawal of NDA's Land <strong>Bill</strong>

Congress, TMC to seek total withdrawal of NDA's Land Bill

25 Jul 2015

New Delhi: With the deadline of the Parliamentary panel on land nearing to a close, at least three opposition parties including Congress have decided to seek total withdrawal of NDA's contentious land bill.

Land bill,   Opposition,   Congress,   NDA,   TMC,   Monsoon Session ,  
Greece Parliament passes second crucial Bailout <strong>Bill</strong>

Greece Parliament passes second crucial Bailout Bill

23 Jul 2015

Athens: Greek Parliament today passed legislation on a second batch of reforms needed to help unlock a huge international bailout for the country's stricken economy.

Greece,   Second bailout bill,   Greece debt,   Greece Parliament,   International bailout,   Syriza party,   Alexis Tsipras,   Latest World News,  
Mann Ki Baat: PM pays tribute to Kargil heroes, speaks on social issues; avoids politics

Mann Ki Baat: PM pays tribute to Kargil heroes, speaks on social issues; avoids politics

26 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Concerned over the high rate of casualties in accidents, the government will soon bring a Road Transport and Safety Bill and launch cashless treatment for mishap victims, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said today in his monthly radio programme while avoiding any mention of politics or the logjam in Parliament.

Mann Ki Baat,   Indian government,   Road Transport,   Safety Bill,   Prime Minister Narendra Modi,   radio programme,   Parliament,   Kargil Vijay Divas,   Independence Day speech,   Latest News,  
All eyes on Rahul as Lok Sabha to discuss <strong>Communal</strong> <strong>Violence</strong> <strong>Bill</strong> today

All eyes on Rahul as Lok Sabha to discuss Communal Violence Bill today

11 Aug 2014

New Delhi: With Rahul Gandhi’s uproar in the Lok Sabha over the demand of a discussion on the recent spate in communal incidents in the nation still fresh in minds, the Lower House will hold a discussion on the Communal Violence Bill today. All eyes will be set on the Congress vice president and his course of action on the issue in the Parliament.

Communal Violence Bill,   Rahul Gandhi,   Uttar Pradesh,   Congress vice president,   Lok Sabha,   rising communal incidents,   Sumitra Mahajan,   Lower House,  
Government to move fresh <strong>Bill</strong> to tackle bribery by foreign officials

Government to move fresh Bill to tackle bribery by foreign officials

20 Jul 2015

New Delhi: A Bill that makes accepting or giving bribe by foreign public officials a criminal offence entailing imprisonment of up to seven years among others strict penal provisions will be moved afresh in the Parliament by the Government.

Bill,   Bribe,   Foreign public,   Criminal offence,   Parliament,   Government,  
Rajya Sabha submits GST report; Congress, Left, AIADMK dissent

Rajya Sabha submits GST report; Congress, Left, AIADMK dissent

23 Jul 2015

New Delhi: The Rajya Sabha Committee on GST submitted its report recommending that one percent additional tax by states should not be levied on goods for inter-company transfers and favoured compensation to states for five years but Congress, Left and AIADMK gave dissenting notes.

Rajya Sabha,   GST report,   Rajya Sabha Committee,   Congress,   Left,   AIADMK,   GST bill,   latest India news,  
Government pitches for <strong>Communal</strong> <strong>Violence</strong> <strong>Bill</strong>

Government pitches for Communal Violence Bill

05 Dec 2013

New Delhi: Pitching for the safe passage of Communal Violence Bill in the current session of Parliament, Minorities Affairs Minister K Rahman Khan on Thursday said that it is not a divisive Bill and efforts are on to arrive at a consensus on the issue.

Communal Violence Bill,   Minorities Affairs Minister,   K Rahman Khan,   Home Ministry,   Prevention of Communal and Targeted Violence Bill,  

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