1. Parliament's three-week monsoon session to begin today
New Delhi: The Monsoon Session of Parliament is set to begin today, however, it will be a truncated three-week affair.
2. Rahul likely to address Mahila Cong workers in Delhi
New Delhi: Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi is likely to address Mahila Congress workers in New Delhi today.
3. Conservation Workers to Protest near Maha CM's house
Thane: To press for their various demands, scores of conservation workers from Thane and neighbouring Palghar district will protest outside Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis's official residence in South Mumbai today.
4. Supreme Court to hear Yakub Memon's curative petition for mercy
New Delhi: Supreme Court is scheduled to hear on Yakub Memon's curative petition for mercy today. Yakub Memon's curative petition will get only one to two minutes time for consideration in SC. Memon's petition is listed for 1.40 pm. - it is third in a list of five petitions listed for 1.40 pm. Memon's petition will be placed before CJI HL Dattu, Justice TS Thakur and Justice Anil R Dave
5. Mamata Banerjee to hold a massive rally on Shaheed divas
Kolkata: Mamata Banerjee will today hold a massive rally on Shaheed divas. Martyr's Day Rally is an annual mass rally organized by the TMC to commemorate the 1993 firing in Kolkata. It is in remembrance of 13 people shot by the Kolkata Police
6. Rajiv killing: SC to hear Centre's remission plea
New Delhi: The Supreme Court will today hear on the issue of power of remission by the Centre and the states, which had arisen after Tamil Nadu government had decided to remit the sentences and set free seven convicts in the Rajiv Gandhi assassination case.
7. Coalgate: Court to pass order on CBI's final report
New Delhi: A special court will today pass the order on CBI's final probe report in a coal block allocation scam case allegedly involving Rajya Sabha MP Vijay Darda and others. Special CBI Judge Bharat Parashar, who was scheduled to pass the order on Friday, fixed it for July 21.
8. Left parties to hold Bihar bandh
Patna: CPI, CPM, CPI(ML-Liberation), Socialist Unity Centre (Communist), All India Forward Bloc and RSP have called for Bihar bandh on July 21.
9. Nitin Gadkari to lay foundation stone of four-lane road in Sirsa
Sirsa: Union Minister of Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari will today visit Sirsa. He will lay the foundation stone of four lane road between Dabwali to Sirsa.
10. RJD to hold all party meeting
Patna: Rashtriya Janata Dal is expected to hold an all party meeting, consisting of all leaders and present and former MLAs and MPs, to streamline the party activities in the state. Party Chief Lalu Prasad Yadav, during a press conference at former Bihar CM Rabri Devi's residence, had said that his party will call for Bihar Bandh for indefinite period if the situation arises