On Tuesday, two Congress MLAs were expelled while 11 others were suspended from the ongoing Budget session for protesting during the Governor's address to the joint sitting of Legislature.
The Congress today expelled for six years eight of its MLAs who cross-voted in yesterday's Rajya Sabha elections.
BJP on Sunday said it had no role in the recent desertion by six of its legislators and wondered whether they were "purchasable"
The Election Commission (EC) on Saturday sought a report from the Gujarat government over Congress' allegation that the BJP was "engineering" defection of its MLAs ahead of the Rajya Sabha elections
New Delhi: In a fresh 'sting operation video', that surfaced just two days ahead of the floor test in the Uttarakhand assembly, Congress MLA Madan Singh is seen taking of bribe to at least a
Lucknow: The Congress disrupted the ongoing assembly session on Tuesday to protest the cane charge on its leaders and workers in the state capital, forcing the speaker to adjourn it five times till 1 p.m.Members
Chandigarh: A delegation of Congress MLAs from Punjab led by Leader of Opposition in State Assembly Sunil Jakhar will meet President Pranab Mukherjee in Delhi tomorrow to apprise him of the drug menace in the
New Delhi: In further embarrassment to Congress party, two of its MLAs in Delhi assembly have supported former Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit's stand on BJP's reported willingness to form government in Delhi. The two Congress MLAs,
New Delhi: Nido Tania, a first year student of Lovely Professional University, and son of Arunachal Pradesh MLA Nido Pavitra, was beaten to death by six to seven people led by a shopkeeper in Lajpat
Dehradun: Congress MLA from Khanpur Kunwar Pranav Singh Champion surrendered before police late last night in connection with the firing incident at Cabinet minister Harak Singh Rawat's residence that left two persons injured.“Champion surrendered late
Kolkata, Mar 22: Continuing to oppose the Congress decision to enter into a seat-sharing agreement on Trinamool Congress' terms, two sitting party MLAs Ram Piyare Ram and Abdul Khalek Molla, who saw themselves shifted from
Opposition JDS MLAs wore yellow colour mining helmets in the Karnataka Assembly for "protection" from some ruling BJP members, as the House witnessed high drama for the second day on Monday in Bangalore. The action