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Cigarette row: BJP tries to blow smoke
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BJP MP sets off row over tobacco warnings

A controversial comment by a BJP MP, who also heads a parliamentary panel, that there is no Indian survey report proving that tobacco consumption leads to cancer, came under fire from the medical fraternity, and the Opposition parties demanded a probe into ... Asian Age, 13 hours ago
Prakash Javadekar dismisses tobacco remarks Asian Age, 14 hours ago
Cigarette row: BJP tries to blow smoke Rediff.com, 21 hours ago
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BJP MP stalls tobacco warning, wants research on cancer link with India

New Delhi: A parliamentary panel committee led by Bharatiya Janata Party MP Dilip K Gandhi has sought time to gauge the economic impact of decision on ban of tobacco due to its effect on farmers.The move has caused agitation amongst social activists who ...
 IndiaTV News6 hours ago
DNA

No Indian Report Links Tobacco to Cancer: BJP MP

A huge controversy broke out today over comments by a Parliamentary panel head and BJP MP Dilip Gandhi that there was no Indian study to confirm tobacco use leads to cancer, leaving the Government embarassed and rival parties and the medical fraternity ...
 Outlook20 hours ago BJP MP's comments on tobacco and cancer kick up storm  DNA20 hours ago BJP MPs comments on tobacco and cancer kick up storm  State Times20 hours ago BJP MP's stand on tobacco, cancer kicks up storm  Times of India20 hours ago
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Sahil Online

No Indian study says tobacco causes cancer: Parliamentary panel head

The parliamentary committee, which Gandhi — a BJP MP from Maharashtra heads, had "strongly" urged the government to keep on hold its proposal to increase the size of pictorial warnings on tobacco packets from 40 per cent to 85 per cent.
 Times of India1 day ago No Indian study to confirm tobacco use causes cancer: Parl  Money Control22 hours ago No Indian study confirms tobacco use causes cancer: Parliamentary panel  IBN Live1 day ago Timing of EU-India Trade Talks Reboot Unclear after Summit Cancellation  ICTSD1 week ago
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2 LS MPs elected to Inter-Parliamentary Union panels

ess Trust of India | New Delhi March 29, 2015 Last Updated at 19:42 IST Two Lok Sabha members have been unanimously elected to two standing committees of the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU), an international organisation of Parliaments. Led by Lok Sabha ...
 Business Standard2 days ago Parliament panel exploring scope for simultaneous LS, Assembly polls  Zee News1 week ago House panel for LS, State polls together  New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago Parliamentary panel exploring scope for simultaneous LS, Assembly polls  Nagaland Post1 week ago
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Panel approves the amendment proposed by Ashour to Article 12

MP Al-Duwaisan calls for setting up center for strategic studies KUWAIT CITY, March 22: The parliamentary Legal and Legislative Affairs Committee on Sunday approved the proposal of MP Saleh Ashour to amend Article 12 of Public Gathering Law Number ...
 Arab Times1 week ago Panel to vote on requests for lifting immunity of lawmakers  MENAFN1 week ago Nod seen on visit health cover  MENAFN1 week ago Par panel raps HRD Ministry on lack of data on Muslim children  NetIndia123.com1 week ago
IBNLive India News

Parliamentary panel wants White Paper on J-K militancy

A parliamentary panel has called for documentation of militancy in Jammu and Kashmir in the form of a White Paper even as it dismissed the state government's objections to the suggestion as being "orthodox". The Department-related Parliamentary ...
 The Echo Of India1 week ago Panel calls for Jammu and Kashmir militancy white paper  Asian Age1 week ago PAR-KASHMIR - Parl panel calls for White Paper on J-K militancy  Namibia Press Agency1 week ago Parl Panel for White Paper on J&K militancy  Daily Excelsior.com1 week ago
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New Indian Express

Minority Status for Pandits Irks Sikhs, PoK Refugees

SRI NAGAR: The recommendation by a Parliamentary Panel to grant minority status to migrant Kashmiri Pandits (KPs) in Jammu and Kashmir has led to strong resentment from Sikhs and Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) refugees, who have warned of a strong ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago House panel for minority status to J&K pandits  Asian Age1 week ago Par panel recommends minority status for Pandits  Press Trust of India1 week ago Minority status for Pandits needed, says House panel  The Freepress Journal1 week ago
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House panel questions cut in funds for police modernization

A parliamentary standing committee on Thursday questioned the Centre’s move to pass on burden of key schemes aimed at police modernization to the states.
 Times of India5 days ago Police modernisation is your obligation, panel to tell Centre  DNA5 days ago
First Post.com

Lokpal Bill: Panel set to miss deadline

A parliamentary committee examining the Lokpal amendment Bill will miss the March 25 deadline for submission of its report and has sought more time to finalise it. The 31-member department-related Parliam-entary Standing Committee on Personnel, Public ...
 Asian Age1 week ago Parliamentary Panel on Lokpal Bill will miss 25 March deadline; seeks more time  First Post.com1 week ago Par Panel on Lokpal to miss deadline, seeks more time  Press Trust of India1 week ago Parliamentary Panel on Lokpal to miss deadline, seeks more time  IBN Live1 week ago
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