In the Rajya Sabha, the BJP requires the support of at least 120 MPs to get the Bill passed.
Pavan Varma is not alone to voice dissent over JD(U)'s stance on the Citizenship Bill. Prashant Kishor voiced similar concerns.
Amit Shah defended the Citizenship Amendment Bill, saying it was not against minorities but against infiltrators.
'The Citizenship (Amendment) Bill is not even .001 per cent against minorities. It is against infiltrators,' Amit Shah said.
Assadudin Owaisi's remarks were expunged after the BJP members raised an objection.
Nishikant Dubey said the circulation of misinformation on social media leads to abusive remarks which affect the lives of people.
In a bid to defuse controversy, BJP dropped Pragya Thakur from the consultative committee on defence.
After Pragya Thakur called Godse a patriot, she was removed from the consultative committee on defence.
BJP leader Pragya Thakur has been removed from the consultative committee on defence.
The Modi government recently withdrew the SPG cover from the Gandhi family members.
Congress leaders including Ahmed Patel, Anand Sharma, Adhir Ranjan Choudhury and Shashi Tharoor raised slogans along with the party president.
The two marshals, who flank the Chair, came to the House wearing dark coloured Indian bandhgalas.
Home Minister Amit Shah said not a single civilian was killed in police firing in J&K since August 5.
Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury raised the issue of withdrawal of SPG security cover to the Gandhi family.
Rajya Sabha Chairman has referred the matter to his secretariat to rework the uniforms for marshals.
BJP and BJD have been steadily warming up to each other since the general elections in April-May this year.
Delhi and its adjoining regions have been battling severe pollution levels in the last few weeks.
Prime Minister Modi said the NCP and the BJD have wonderfully adhered to parliamentary norms by not entering the Well of the House.
The Chit Fund (Amendment) Bill has been through a Standing Committee for scrutiny.
On the first day of the Winter Session of the Parliament, a host of questions are lined up for the government to answer.
The Winter Session of Parliament began on Monday. It is scheduled to go on till December 13 and will provide a total of 20 sittings. Catch all the updates here
PM Modi said the Parliament will observe Constitution Day on November 26, the day when Indian Constitution completes its 70 years.
Congress leader P Chidambaram said the government refuses to accept valid criticism.
This is the second session of the Parliament since PM Modi returned to office for the second successive term.