NEWDELHI: The early exit of Union Home Secretary Rajiv Mehrishi from a parliamentary committee meeting after a brief presentation on the recent Chennai floods upset Opposition MPs so much that two of them from the Trinamool Congress staged a walkout ... New Indian Express, 3 weeks ago
A Correspondent: The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Home Affairs chaired by Congress MP from Rajya Sabha P Bhattacharya will on Monday hear Union Home Secretary Rajiv Mehrishi deposition on the recent disaster in Chennai caused by torrential rainfall and consequent flooding.Four MPs from Tamil Nadu, including Dr V Maitreyan and D Raja, are expected to raise questions pertaining to the release of funds and allegations of Centre's casual treatment towards the floods. CPM leader Sitaram ...Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
CHENNAI: Chief Minister and AIADMK general secretary J Jayalalithaa on Sunday led the State in celebrating the 99th birth anniversary of party founder and former Chief Minister M G Ramachandran. AIADMK cadre and functionaries in all districts of ...New Indian Express, 3 weeks ago
New Delhi, Dec 21 (PTI) A JD-U member in Rajya Sabha today demanded 'Bharat Ratna' be given to late Prime Minister Chaudhary Charan Singh. Making a special mention in the House, K C Tyagi said the former Prime Minister, whose birth anniversary ...Press Trust of India, 1 month ago JD-U demands Bharat Ratna for ex-PM Charan Singh Press Trust of India, 1 month ago
Sanjeev Pargal JAMMU, Dec 15: The Defence Ministry said today that it was fully seized of the needs of armed forces in the country and along the borders and would take all steps for their modernization with increased allocation of funds. We are ...Daily Excelsior.com, 1 month ago
Though nothing compares to the traumatic experience the people of Chennai and Tamil Nadu are undergoing, their relatives and friends in Delhi are going through their own share of troubles. Waterlogged Chennai made it impossible for Tamil Nadu MPs ...New Indian Express, 2 months ago Chennai drowns under heaviest rain ever Times of India, 2 months ago
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi held urgent consultations with senior ministers to rush assistance to flood-hit Chennai while the humanitarian crisis in Tamil Nadu prompted both Houses of Parliament to discuss the prevailing situation though ...Times of India, 2 months ago
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