‘Question Hour’ changed in Rajya Sabha

NEW DELHI: (TIA) Taking innovative reforms in the Rajya Sabha,  the Chairman, Mohammed Hamid Ansari on Friday announced that the question hour in the upper house of the parliament would be taken up between 2 to 3 pm from Monday to Thursday and between 2.30 to 3.30 PM on Fridays.

Telangana stalls LS proceedings

NEW DELHI: The Telangana Rashtra Samithy(TRS) members on Thursday stalled proceedings in the Lok Sabha pressing for the demand of a separate Telangana state to be carved out of Andhra Pradesh.

Telangana rocks Lok Sabha


NEW DELHI: Telegana issue rocked the Lok Sabha and forced repeated adjournments on wednesday. as Members of the TRS, Congress and TDP raised the issue. Repeated pleas by the presiding officer were ignored forcing the adjournments

Parliament back in Business

NEW DELHI: With the United Progressive Alliance Government conceding to the opposition demand for a Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) on 2 G Spectrum, the budget session of Parliament commenced on a quiet note as per agreement.

PM announces JPC probe into 2G scam

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh Tuesday announced joint parliamentary committee (JPC) probe into the 2G spectrum allocation scam. Speaking in the Lok Sabha,

Parliament adjourned after paying tributes

NEW DELHI:(AMN) Both the Houses of Parliament have adjourned till Tuesday after paying tributes to former members who died in the intervening period of the last session and the new one. The Prime Minister, Dr. Manmohan Singh introduced his newly reshuffled cabinet colleagues in the Rajya Sabha.

Speaker convenes all party meet

NEW DELHI: Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar has convened an all party meeting Sunday on the eve of the Budget Session.

Govt may announce JPC by Wednesday

NEW DELHI: Government on Friday indicated that a decision to set up a Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) to probe the 2G spectrum scam would likely to be taken by Wednesday. It however rejected widening its ambit to cover other scandals as demanded by the BJP.

Live telecast banned from Parliament

TIA correspondent
NEW DELHI: In a move that could attract media criticism, Lok Sabha Secretariat on Friday asked all the Electronic Channels not to telecast proceedings/events from Parliament House Complex live.

Govt makes fresh bid to end Parliament impasse

NEW DELHI: (AMN) In a fresh bid to end deadlock in Parliament after the Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh expressed his willingness to appear before JPC on any scam, Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee met BJP leaders and requested them to  enable the House to function normally.



Policy for Eco-tourism will provide livelihood to local communities

AMN / NEW DELHI GOVERNMENT OF INDIA has prepared a policy for Eco-tourism in forest and wildlife areas, which ...

Living index: Pune best city to live in, Delhi ranks at 65

The survey was conducted on 111 cities in the country. Chennai has been ranked 14 and while New Delhi stands a ...