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India Inc will start special campaign to ‘save GST’

Trade and Industry will mount a joint campaign on Wednesday in what is being seen as an attempt to save the Goods & Services Tax (GST) and ensure that the landmark reform legislation is approved by Parliament. The logjam in Parliament has raised doubts about the passage of...
Posted On 14 Dec 2015

Parliament logjam

Parliament logjam: Gandhis winning no respect; it’s PM Modi who should be playing the vendetta card The Gandhis and the Congress definitely look ugly when they mix up a rather private court matter with matters of Parliament. They have been getting a bad press, political...
Posted On 11 Dec 2015

Not Just GST Stuck In Parliament

Not Just GST Stuck In Parliament. Matter of Sorrow – PM Narendra Modi With repeated disruptions stalling legislation including the GST or Goods and Services Tax, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said it was a “matter of sorrow” that Parliament was not running....
Posted On 11 Dec 2015

Sushma Swaraj to give a statement in Parliament on Indo-Pak talks on Friday

Parliament is expected to witness another day of uproar on Thursday with Congress likely to continue its agitation in both Houses. Alleging political vendetta by the BJP. We are also getting to know that The Congress has reached out to other opposition parties for support. The...
Posted On 11 Dec 2015

Yes, Rajya Sabha’s productivity in this session of Parliament is 9 percent

The fight between the government and the opposition has cost the legislative business in Parliament dearly. In a monsoon session that was essentially washed out thanks to relentless protests mounted by the Congress party and a government not acceding to demands of resignations of...
Posted On 30 Nov 2015

Philanthropic Funds Take Different Route

It sounds like a simple choice: in a country where 270 million people live in serious poverty—on less than Rs.30 a day—would you rather give money to a child for a place in school and a nutritious lunch or to a Delhi-based research institution producing legislative briefs for...
Posted On 30 Nov 2015

Not Supreme Court’s duty to advise Parliament, says CJI

The Supreme Court on Thursday refused to intervene on the issue of key reform legislation stuck due to parliamentary disruptions, saying that doing so would be overstepping its boundary. The apex court rejected a public interest litigation (PIL) by a non-profit group, whose...
Posted On 30 Nov 2015

Cost of a Non-Functioning Parliament

The impact of a non-functional parliament goes beyond mere attendance or the cost incurred to run the houses of the parliament – Varun Ramachandra(_quale) “An Introduction to Parliament of India” is a document produced by Dr. Yogendra Narain a former Secretary-General of Rajya...
Posted On 30 Nov 2015