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Bankruptcy Law gets Joint Parliament Standing Committee nod, says Arun Jaitley
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Joint Parliament Standing Committee clears Bankruptcy Law: FM

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today said the Joint Parliament Standing Committee has cleared the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Code and is likely to be discussed in the current Budget Session of Parliament. Addressing the second meeting of the Consultative ... Deccan Herald, 4 weeks ago
Parliamentary panel bats for workers in bankruptcy bill The Financial Chronicle, 4 weeks ago
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Pakistan’s MPs put Hindu marriage bill on fast track

Pakistani parliament’s law and justice standing committee approved the much-delayed Hindu Marriage Bill last month, overcoming years of bureaucratic inertia. The legislation is now expected to sail through with ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz lawmakers ...
 Times of India2 months ago
Jerusalem Post

NGOs to face music for derogatory remarks on constitutional bodies

The parliamentary standing committee on law, justice and parliamentary affairs on Wednesday recommended cancelation of registration of NGOs for making derogatory remarks on constitutional bodies including the parliament and the Election Commission. ...
 New Age Bangladesh1 week ago Venezuelan parliament recognizes Cotler for political-prisoner advocacy  Jerusalem Post5 days ago Daily Guide's goof causes stir in Parliament  Spy News Agency6 hours ago Parliamentary panel suggests deregistration of NGOs commenting against Parliament  Bdnews24.com1 week ago
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National Assembly Standing Committee on Law and Justice meets

(PPI-OT):The Standing Committee on Law and Justice met today at 11:00 a.m in Committee Room No. 7, Parliament House, Islamabad under the Chairmanship of Chaudhry Mahmood Bashir Virk, MNA to consider the following agenda:- Agenda Item No. 1 i) ...
 MediaLine Pakistan3 weeks ago Law Commission recommends law change for victims who commit homicide  Foreign Affairs.co.nz3 days ago NA body wants law to monitor testing services  DAWN Group3 weeks ago Standing committee rejects bill to increase judges in SC  Online News Pakistan3 weeks ago

Par panel suggests fine/jail for celebrities of misleading ads

To make celebrities accountable for misleading ads, a Parliamentary Standing Committee today recommended stringent provisions including jail term up to five years and hefty penalty of up to 50 lakh in order to protect consumer interest. In its report on the ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago Jail celebrities for misleading ads: panel  Deccan Herald4 weeks ago
Bangladesh Daily Star

Bangladesh gov't told to pressure RCBC to return stolen money

The parliamentary standing committee on the finance ministry has called for global pressure on Manila-based Rizal Bank to retrieve the $81-million fund wired illicitly to the Philippines from Bangladesh Bank's account with the New York Fed. The ...
 Philippine Daily Inquirer1 week ago Put pressure on Rizal Bank to return stolen funds  Bangladesh Daily Star1 week ago

FoIJ delegation submits memo to PSC on Industry

Excelsior Correspondent Delegation of FoIJ submitting memorandum to Parliamentary Standing Committee on Industry at Srinagar on Monday. JAMMU, May 23: A delegation of Federation of Industries Jammu (FoIJ) led by Lalit Mahajan, chairman of ...
 Daily Excelsior.com3 days ago

JS body asks BB to submit names of Bangladeshis in next meeting

:44:51 Panama Papers FE Report The parliamentary standing committee on the finance ministry asked Sunday the Bangladesh Bank (BB) to submit the names of Bangladeshis found on the list of Panama Papers documents in its next meeting. The ...
 Financial Express Bangladesh1 week ago British Bangladeshis Have Come of Age Should Bangladesh Take Notice?  Bangla Mirror6 days ago BB investigating Bangladeshis named in Panama Papers  Financial Express Bangladesh1 week ago BB probing Bangladeshis in Panama Papers  Bdnews24.com1 week ago

Parliament Committee does not endorse bill on recognizing Nagorno Karabakh

12:32, 16 May, 2016 YEREVAN, MAY 16, ARMENPRESS. The Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs of the Armenian Parliament gave a negative conclusion for the bill on recognizing the independence of Nagorno Karabakh. The bill had been presented by MPs ...
 Armenpress1 week ago Will Armenia Recognise Nagorny Karabakh?  Groong1 week ago Parliament rejects to include draft law on recognition of NKR independence into agenda  Armenpress1 week ago Karabakh independence recognition bill not put on Armenia parliament session's agenda  News.am1 week ago
New Era

MPs must step up to the plate on health rights

Johannesburg A joint session of standing committees of the SADC Parliamentary Forum (SADC-PF) ended last week with strong calls for MPs in the region to take bold steps to protect the health rights of all citizens. With funding from ARASA (AIDS ...
 New Era1 week ago Namibia: MPs Must Step Up to the Plate On Health Rights  AllAfrica.com1 week ago
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