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The first budget will be an effective document of the far-reaching policies and futuristic vision of the government: President Draupadi Murmu

President Draupadi Murmu, while addressing the joint sitting of both the Houses of Parliament, Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha, today mentioned the achievements of the NDA government at the Center in its 10 years of tenure as well as gave information about the future action plan during the third term. Speaking about the outline of the first budget of the third term of the Modi government, the President said, "In the upcoming session, my government is going to present the first budget of this term. This budget will be an effective document of the far-reaching policies and futuristic vision of the government." Opposition lashes out at President's address, 'Government script full of lies'

President Draupadi Murmu also mentioned that period of 1975 in her address. The opposition alliance has expressed its displeasure over this. Opposition leaders say that the script of the President's address was provided by the government and it was full of lies. The opposition also slammed the government for continuous statements about the Emergency in the House.

Can't 'Jai Samvidhaan' be said in the Parliament of India: Priyanka Gandhi

While taking oath as MP in the Lok Sabha, Shashi Tharoor said Jai Samvidhaan, after which the Speaker interrupted him. When Deepender Hooda opposed this, the Speaker also strictly silenced him. Now Priyanka Gandhi Vadra's statement has come out on this whole matter. Priyanka Gandhi wrote on her social media account X (formerly Twitter), "Can't 'Jai Samvidhaan' be said in the Parliament of India?"

Rahul Gandhi met Om Birla and expressed objection

The newly elected Speaker of the Lok Sabha, Om Birla, read out a resolution condemning the Emergency in the Lok Sabha yesterday on June 26, 2024. During this, he strongly condemned the Emergency and called it a dark chapter in the history of the country. Meanwhile, Rahul Gandhi has expressed his displeasure over the motion on emergency in front of the Lok Sabha Speaker. He said that we should avoid such political proposals.

Ruckus in Bihar over Sanjay Paswan's statement

Former Union Minister and BJP leader Sanjay Paswan made a big statement on Thursday regarding the Lok Sabha elections. He said that if Chief Minister Nitish Kumar was not with the BJP in Bihar, the party would have been out on zero. After his statement, the politics of Bihar has heated up.

Rajya Sabha Privileges Committee held 12 MPs guilty of disruption

The Rajya Sabha Privileges Committee has held 12 opposition MPs guilty of misconduct for disrupting the proceedings of the House in August last year. These MPs also include Sanjay Singh of Aam Aadmi Party. The committee warned them to refrain from such behaviour in future.

Nine coaches of passenger train derailed in Russia, 70 injured

A passenger train derailed in Russia's northwestern Komi region. At least 70 people are reported to be injured in the accident.

CBI arrests two people from Patna in NEET-UG case

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), which took over the NEET-UG paper leak case from Bihar's Economic Offences Unit (EOU), today arrested two people from Patna. The two had allegedly arranged accommodation for NEET-UG examinees on May 4, a day before the exam - the same day they allegedly memorised the solved paper.

UN human rights office urges withdrawal of cases against Arundhati Roy

The top UN human rights official has expressed concern over the use of anti-terror law to silence critics in India and urged authorities to withdraw cases against author Arundhati Roy over her remarks on Kashmir.

US expresses concern over rise in anti-conversion laws, hate speech for minorities in India

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has said that there has been a "worrying rise" in incidents of anti-conversion laws, hate speech and demolition of homes and places of worship of members of minority communities in India. Blinken made these remarks while releasing the annual State Department report on International Religious Freedom.

73rd Meeting of Network Planning Group under PM Gatishakti

The 73rd meeting of the Network Planning Group (NPG) was convened in New Delhi on 21st June 2024. The meeting was chaired by the Additional Secretary, Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT), Shri Rajeev Singh Thakur. The meeting focused on evaluating 8 significant infrastructure projects, two from the Ministry of Railways (MoR) and six from the National Industrial Corridor Development Corporation (NICDC), DPIIT.


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