Source:The Hindu BusinessLine - There is no plan to curtail the Winter Session of Parliament “at the moment” as Lokpal Bill is “our priority” and other important businesses have to be taken up, Union Minister for Parliamentary Affairs Kamal Nath today said.Asked about reports that the Government
2.38 PM Dec 12th
Source:IBNLive - New Delhi: Again trying to calm things down, the Parliamentary Affairs Minister Kamal Nath said that Vice President Rahul Gandhi's remark has not undermined the Prime Minister's position. Here is the transcript of an excerpt from the interview: Pallavi
9.05 PM Sep 28th
Source:The Hindu BusinessLine - Karur Vysya Bank has won Best Banker Growth-Mid Sized award in the second edition of The Sunday Standard Best Bankers’ Awards 2013. K. Venkataraman, Chief Executive, KVB, received the award on behalf of the bank from Minister for Urban Development Mr Kamal Nath
12.06 PM Sep 13th
Source:Financial Express - With the Food Security Bill pending in Parliament, government today reached out to various political parties hoping for a smooth functioning of both the houses. Parliamentary Affairs Minister Kamal Nath told reporters at the sidelines of a conference here that he had
11.28 AM Aug 30th
Source:IBNLive - New Delhi: 11:05 am: Parliamentary Affairs Minister Kamal Nath speaks to Leader of Opposition in Lok Sabha Sushma Swaraj appealing to allow the House to run. The government claims that BJP has assured them that they will allow Parliament to function.
2.26 PM Aug 26th
. According to the sources, Finance Minister P. Chidambaram, Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar and Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde expressed their reservations at the amendment, which involves an additional burden of Rs.5,000 crore to the exchequer. But Parliamentary Affairs Minister Kamal Nath and Food
5.28 PM Aug 25th
idea which has just occurred to Mr. Kamal Nath. The fact is that it is the poll consideration and money bags from the tenant-trader lobby in Delhi which has ensured that the Delhi Rent Act, 1995 is repealed. If eighteen years were not enough to notify the Delhi Rent Act, 1995 it is needless to say
3.31 PM Jul 12th
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