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Around 3 million defence personnel, family members could not v...

NEW DELHI: An estimated 3 million defence personnel and their family members could not exercise their democratic right to vote due to the cumbersome procedure involved in proxy and postal voting, mainly on account of postal delays, a parliamentary ... Economic Times, 1 month ago

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Parl panel recommends far-reaching changes in voting system for jawans

A parliamentary panel on Defence has suggested far-reaching changes in the electoral process to make voting easier for an estimated 3-million soldiers and their family members, who were unable to exercise their democratic right to vote due to ...
 NetIndia123.com1 month ago
Indian Express

Should Hear Them

It's time parliamentary panels open their doors when witnesses testify. The governor of the Reserve Bank of India will be testifying before two parliamentary committees in the coming weeks. He will be briefing the committee on finance on the impact ...
 Indian Express1 week ago
Indian Express

PAC: watchdog for govt spending; panel of consensus, controversy

After asking the RBI Governor tough questions and threatening to call in the PM to explain demonetisation, Parliament's PAC is back in the news. Anand Mishra tells the Committee's story Holding the Executive to account for its use of public money is ...
 Indian Express1 week ago
Hindustan Times

Supreme Court seeks House panel report suggesting Lokpal changes

The Supreme Court on Wednesday asked the Centre to place before it the Parliamentary Standing Committee report that suggested amending the law to appoint Lokpal, India's first anti-corruption ombudsman. A bench headed by Chief Justice TS Thakur ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago SC SEEKS HOUSE PANEL REPORT SUGGESTING LOKPAL CHANGES  HT Syndication1 month ago
Asian Lite

2016 a year of many firsts for Defence Ministry, but not sans controversy

High points: Surgical strikes, stronger ties with Russia & US; Lows: OROP and 7th Pay Panel issues In a year that saw surgical strikes, a new Defence Procurement Procedure (DPP) and strengthening relations with both Russia and the US, the Defence ...
 Business Standard India3 weeks ago Year of many firsts for Defence Ministry, but not sans controversies (2016 In Retrospect)  Can India News3 weeks ago 2016: Mixed Bag for Defence Sector  Asian Lite2 weeks ago Mann asked not to attend Lok Sabha proceedings till Dec 9  News Track India1 month ago
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Super Mashshak aircraft: defence panel informed of Nigeria, Turkey sale deals

Home » General News » Pakistan December 08, 2016 The Chairman of Pakistan Aeronautical Complex (PAC) Kamra has informed the Standing Committee on Defence Production about the successful sale agreements of Super Mashshak aircraft with Nigeria ...
 Business Recorder1 month ago
Masress.com

Defenders of the Red Sea islands sovereignty present constitutional, historical, legal context to disputed case

Since a panel of lawyers decided in April to file a lawsuit against the Egyptian-Saudi maritime border agreement, they were determined to put up front the historical evidence proving that the Red Sea islands of Tiran and Sanafir could be nothing but ...
 Daily News Egypt1 week ago

Panellists discuss role of parliaments, social media

ABU DHABI: Under the title, The changing dynamics of political communication, the fifth session in the first day of the Global Summit of Women Speakers of Parliament 2016 examined the role of parliaments in maximising the use of communication ...
 The Gulf Today1 month ago GSWS: Parliaments must harness power of social media  WAM.ae1 month ago
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Panel says NBN raid papers covered by privilege

Documents seized by the AFP from the parliamentary office of Labor MP Jason Clare during a raid on 24 August should be returned, a bipartisan panel has ruled. A claim of parliamentary privilege was made after the raid and the documents were kept in ...
 ITWire1 month ago
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