27 Jan 2015
New Delhi: National Conference has decided to join hands with Congress and pitch Ghulam Nabi Azad as a joint candidate for the forthcoming Rajya Sabha polls to be held next month in Jammu and Kashmir.
27 Jan 2015
Srinagar: National Conference working President Omar Abdullah on Tuesday said Jammu and Kashmir Governor N N Vohra ordering transfers in state administration and the PDP and BJP entering into a seat sharing agreement for Rajya Sabha polls were sending confusing signals.
25 Jan 2015
Srinagar: The election to four Rajya Sabha seats in Jammu and Kashmir is likely to become a catalyst for government formation in the state as the PDP and BJP appear to have entered into an understanding on seat sharing.
24 Jan 2015
Jammu: The PDP on Friday named two candidates for the Rajya Sabha elections in Jammu and Kashmir scheduled to be held on February 7.
23 Jan 2015
Chennai: Breaking its silence on Union Minister Arun Jaitely's meeting with AIADMK supremo Jayalalithaa that triggered a controversy, Tamil Nadu unit BJP on Friday said it was only to seek her party's support in Rajya Sabha for passage of crucial bills.
22 Jan 2015
Davos: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Thursday said the government will go for a joint session of Parliament in case there is a delay beyond six months in getting Parliamentary approval for the ordinance that raises the FDI limit in the insurance sector.
13 Jan 2015
Canning (WB): Union Minister Upendra Kushwaha on Tuesday said Bangladesh government has submitted a 'worrying' report to the Home Ministry about Trinamool Congress' Rajya Sabha MP Ahmed Hassan Imran. However, he did not elaborate about the content of the report.
12 Jan 2015
New Delhi: Elections to four Rajya Sabha seats in Jammu and Kashmir, the terms of which are set to expire next month, will be held on February seven, the Election Commission (EC) announced on Monday.
22 Dec 2014
New Delhi: After stalling Rajya Sabha for the most of last week, opposition on Monday paralysed the House as it went beyond the demand for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's reply to a debate on conversion by seeking answers from him on the issues of black money and job creation.
11 Jan 2015
Lucknow: In a quid pro quo, Congress has decided not to field its candidate in biennial Legislative Council election of Uttar Pradesh. The Congress' gesture is its 'return gift' to Samajwadi Party for supporting its two candidates - Pramod Tiwari and PL Punia - in getting elected to Rajya Sabha.