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Rajya Sabha adjourned till 11 am on Tuesday after an uproar

Shortly after the commencement of the Rajya Sabha today, due to the ruckus by the MPs of the opposition and the ruling party, the proceedings of the House were first adjourned till 2 pm and then for the whole day. In the Rajya Sabha, not only the MPs of the opposition but also the MPs of the ruling party kept on raising slogans. The MPs of the ruling party were raising slogans of ‘Rahul Gandhi apologize’ while raising slogans against Rahul Gandhi.

Lok Sabha proceedings adjourned for the day due to uproar

Lok Sabha proceedings were adjourned for the day on Monday due to an uproar over Rahul Gandhi’s statement in London. As soon as the proceedings of the House started at 2 pm, BJP MPs started raising slogans demanding an apology from Rahul Gandhi, standing in their respective seats. On the other hand, demanding a JPC on the issue of Adani, the MPs of the opposition parties started raising slogans in the Well.

SC notice to Gujarat Police on Trinamool’s Saket Gokhale’s bail plea in crowdfunding misuse case

It has been told in media reports that the Supreme Court on Monday sought a response from the Gujarat government on the petition of Trinamool Congress spokesperson Saket Gokhale in a case related to the alleged misappropriation of funds collected through crowdfunding.

Rangpuri, Rajokri on NH-48 in Delhi will remain closed for 90 days, traffic police issued an advisory

The Delhi Traffic Police has issued an advisory informing commuters about the closure of the carriageway of National Highway-48 (Delhi-Jaipur Highway) between Rangpuri and Rajokri for a period of 90 days due to construction work.

Stalin condemns the attack on Kerala students in Madhya Pradesh

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M.K. Stalin condemned the alleged attack on students from Kerala at the Indira Gandhi National Tribal University (IGNTU) in Madhya Pradesh by the institute’s security staff.

Supreme Court asks Center to give a roadmap for payment of OROP dues

The Supreme Court on Monday asked the Defense Ministry to come out with a roadmap by next week for payment of dues under the One Rank One Pension (OROP) scheme. You cannot take the law into your own hands by issuing the notice of payment of dues in four instalments.

A condemnation motion passed in the MP assembly against BBC

An unofficial resolution (condemnation motion) has been passed in the Legislative Assembly of Madhya Pradesh against the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) in the matter of a documentary made on the events of Gujarat.

Fire breaks out at Mumbai’s famous Jogeshwari furniture market, no casualties

A massive fire gutted at least half a dozen shops at a godown in Mumbai’s famous Jogeshwari furniture market near SV Road on Monday.

No rule of law under Modi rule, the country being run by dictatorship: Kharge

Congress President and Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha Mallikarjun Kharge on Monday said that there is no rule of law under the rule of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Women will be able to file complaints through the app in Chhattisgarh

Women in Chhattisgarh will no longer need to go to the State Women’s Commission office to register their complaints, they will be able to register complaints online. The commission has released a mobile app for this.

Maharashtra farmers reject Chief Minister’s bailout, start ‘long march’ between Nashik and Mumbai

The farmers of Maharashtra have rejected the Chief Minister’s bailout. Unhappy with the government announcing a subsidy of Rs 300 per quintal for distressed onion growers, thousands of farmers began a foot march from Nashik to Mumbai on Monday afternoon in support of their various demands.

Confirmed cases of infection with the H3N2 virus with the major subtype

As per the latest data available on IDSP-IHIP (Integrated Health Information Platform), a total of 3,038 cases of different subtypes of influenza including H3N2 have been confirmed by the states till March 9.

Fourth Test drawn in Ahmedabad, India wins Border-Gavaskar Trophy 2-1

India and Australia were drawn in the fourth Test at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad, with the hosts winning the Border-Gavaskar Trophy series 2-1 and retaining the trophy at home.

22 dead as migrant boat capsizes off Madagascar

A boat carrying migrants capsized off the coast of Madagascar, killing at least 22 people.

3 buildings collapse in Iran explosion, 7 killed

At least seven people were killed and five others were injured when three residential buildings collapsed after an explosion in Iran’s Tabriz city on Sunday.

Kharge ripped apart the BJP. Name 4 such occasions when PM Modi humiliated the country on foreign soil

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