The Winter Session of Parliament will begin on December 7 and conclude on December 29.
The session is likely to be held in the old parliament building as the construction of the new building may stretch till the end of the year, the sources said.
Winter Session 2022 of Parliament will commence from December 7 and continue till December 29 having 17 sittings spread over 23 days.
While voting in Himachal will be held on November 12, Gujarat polls will be held in two phases on December 1 and December 5, which might clash with the Winter Session of Parliament if it commences at its usual time
A bench of Chief Justice Uday Umesh Lalit and justices S Ravindra Bhat and Bela M Trivedi was told by Attorney General R Venkataramani that some more time be granted to the Centre as "something may happen in the winter session of Parliament".
Handwoven cushioned carpets of Mirzapur and stones from Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan are being used in the new building. Teakwood furniture from Maharashtra has arrived while the work on the interiors and flooring has begun, they said.
Parliament Winter Session Highlights: The Lok Sabha is set to hold a discussion on COVID-19 pandemic today,
The much-awaited data protection bill, which has been slammed for giving unbridled powers to the government and its agencies, is expected to be taken up during the ongoing winter session
Parliament winter session: Soon after posting the photo, Shashi Tharoor put out another tweet with a clarification. This followed some amount of backlash from Twitter users
Winter Session Highlights: The government passed the Bill to repeal the three farm laws today even as the Opposition demanded a discussion and pushed for a law on minimum support price on agriculture produce.
The TMC's rebuttal to the Congress came days after Kharge, the leader of opposition in the Rajya Sabha, had said the grand old party would coordinate with all opposition camps, including the TMC, during the winter session.
The government has listed 26 bills, including the repeal of the farm laws, to be taken up during the session. The Union Cabinet has already approved a bill to repeal the three farm laws following Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s announcement on November 19.
In the letter, Raja has said the public sector banks act as catalysts in the economic development of the nation in general and for the underprivileged sections of the society in particular and privatisation would "jeopardise their interests".
Industry experts and lawyers expect regulations to ensure better monitoring of crypto transactions and guidelines around penalties for fraudulent activities. Clarity is awaited on how crypto assets and related services will be taxed.
The central government will be introducing 26 bills in Parliament in the Winter Session, of which the country's first bill to regulate crypto will be one.
To observe one year of the anti-farm law agitation, the Samyukt Kisan Morcha (SKM), an umbrella body of farmers’ unions, had earlier this month announced that 500 farmers will participate in peaceful tractors marches to Parliament every day during the Winter Session starting November 29.
The Winter Session is likely to be held from November 29 to December 13, and one of the sticking points that needs to be sorted out before that is the tax treatment of the sector, Moneycontrol has learnt from sources. These issues are expected to be dealt with soon and that cabinet approval could be sought this month itself.
The government may introduce key financial sector bills, including the one to facilitate privatisation of public sector banks.
The JCP was constituted in the Lok Sabha in December 2019 and was expected to submit its report in the Budget Session.
The rule says there should not be a gap of more than six months between two parliament sessions. Since the monsoon session was held in September, the government can call another session any time before February.
As the Speaker was reading out his remarks over various issues taken up during the session, the treasury benches were seen demanding an apology from Congress leader Rahul Gandhi for his reported rape remarks.
Soon after oath-taking of four members and paying condolences to members of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha who died in recent months, Opposition members sought to raise various issues.
"It is incumbent upon the government to run the House smoothly so that Opposition parties will be able to express their views, articulate their opinion in an appropriate manner. This is the essence of Parliamentary democracy.
After an all-party meeting, which was also attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Speaker said floor leaders of different parties mentioned various issues that they wished to be discussed during the winter session, beginning November 18.
The session is scheduled to be held between November 18 to December 13.