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India's parliament ended its paralyzed winter session Monday after four weeks that were largely devoid of work but filled with raucous opposition demands for an investigation into a telecom scandal that cost the country billions.
New Delhi, December 13, 2010 The opposition's move not to allow Parliament to function till its demand for a JPC probe into 2G spectrum scam is met could yield desired results, senior BJP leader L.K...Sometimes, business not proceeding also yields
Minister of State for Corporate Affairs and Minority Affairs Salman Khurshid today blamed the Opposition for escaping a discussion on the 2G Spectrum issue in Parliament. ''The Congress wants to have a discussion in Parliament, but the Opposition is
Opposition MPs chanting slogans gathered near Speaker Meira Kumar's podium the moment she opened the Lok Sabha at 11 a.m. Holding noisy protests, the MPs forced the chair to adjourn the house till noon first. When MPs reassembled at 12, the
Sticking to the BJP's demand for a JPC probe into the second generation mobile telephony spectrum scam, the leader of opposition in Rajya Sabha Arun Jaitley today said accepting the demand was the only solution to end the crisis in Parliament. "
Describing corruption dogging the entire nation as a 'malaise', the JD(U) today urged the UPA to concede the demand from the opposition for the constitution of a Joint Parliamentary Committee to look into the 2G spectrum scam. JD(U) president Sharad
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Railway minister and Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee tonight said that her party would fully agree to whatever decision Prime Minister Manmohan Singh takes on a JPC probe into the second generation mobile telephony spectrum controversy. "I
BJP spokeperson Prakash Javadekar today charged Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Congress president Sonia Gandhi with keeping mum on the demand for a Joint Parliamentary Committee probe into the 2G Spectrum scam. Talking to mediapersons here, Mr
The Enforcement Directorate has questioned former telecom minister A Raja's close aide R K Chandolia in connection with the alleged 2G spectrum scam and indicated that more officials are under the scanner. Official sources said Chandolia, who was