With Assembly elections in Maharashtra and Haryana likely to be held before Diwali, BJP brass led by Amit Shah is focusing on these two states.
The opposition parties are further ganging up to block other Bills as well in the Upper House where the Treasury Benches are in a minority.
Government has been working on bringing the Judicial Appointments Commission Bill to Parliament at the earliest.
Officials underlined that the government is not going to show any haste in forming a JAC to replace the collegium system.
AAP’s Arvind Kejriwal resigned on February 14 as chief minister of Delhi and president’s rule was imposed on February 17.
He denied reports that BJP was trying to poach MLAs from other parties and challenged AAP chief Kejriwal to furnish proof for his allegations.
Emphasising on government's priority to provide speedy justice to all, law minister says he wants to make India a hub for international arbitration.
Lack of majority in Rajya Sabha stalls passage of bill to amend TRAI Act, TMC raises objection in Lok Sabha
Telecom min's move to introduce the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Amendment) Bill, 2014, in the Lok Sabha met with opposition from TMC.
The new schemes in the maiden budget of the new govt has the RSS elated, which was only too happy to note small allocations to their pet projects.
If Shah does indeed become BJP chief, both the Prime Minister and the party president will hail from the same state of Gujarat.
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