Suspension of the Congress MPs has given Sonia and Rahul another opportunity to disrupt the Parliament. From last 2 days, Congress and its allies led by Sonia-Rahul have been protesting against the suspension of 25 Congress MPs.
National Security Adviser Ajit Doval yesterday defended death penalty where “larger interest of the nation” is involved and deprecated those who questioned the execution of 1993 Mumbai serial blasts convict Yakub Memon.
With the formal announcement of the much awaited Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) election made (election to be held on 22nd August), political parties in Bangalore are gearing up to impress the 72 lakh voters who will decide their representation in the third level of government in the state.
As BJP marches South, Kerala will be the first stop with the upcoming local bodies elections this year and Assembly elections next year.
Even as 25 Congress MPs were suspended yesterday for disrupting the Lok Sabha, the Congress today continued with its agenda of not letting the Parliament function.
India should create “Abdul Kalam Institute for Aerospace Engineering” as a private research institute supplementing the Aeronautical Development Agency and specialising in the design of the next generation combat aircraft.
While China speedily builds Tibet’s infrastructure (using the perfect excuse of having to cater for millions of Han tourists), India develops its border areas at snail’s pace, struggling to create a semblance of infrastructure.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi made historical announcement when peace accord was signed between National Socialist Council of Nagaland-Isak-Muiva and Government of India.
Lok Sabha has been adjourned for the day after the Speaker suspended 25 Congress MPs for five days.
It is time the Government isolated the Congress’s petulant Leadership by negotiating Parliament impasse directly with Congress CMs and state level leaders who directly stand to lose because of Sonia’s petulance and Rahul’s tantrums.