parliamentary standing committee

Parliamentary panel livid as DIAL CEO skips meet

“The members of the parliamentary standing committee are extremely unhappy over the non-attendance of the CEO DIAL despite being issued summons,” said a member of the committee.

published on : 16th December 2022

Parliament panel recommends government appeals to nations to identify Covid origin, penalise culprits

The panel understands that if the origin of coronavirus is allowed to remain a mystery, it will have colossal consequences on biosafety and biosecurity of the world, the report stated.

published on : 13th September 2022

Parliament panel grills Twitter officials over data security, privacy, says replies 'not satisfactory'

The officials from the company, however, refuted the whistle-blower's allegations and denied there was any data security breach in India, the sources said.

published on : 27th August 2022

Hefty penalties on overloaded vehicles and cattle owners, CCTVs among proposals for safer highways

The panel has also suggested installation of CCTV cameras at every few kilometres at road development projects sites, even if they are at construction stage, for close monitoring of progress.

published on : 21st July 2022

Parliamentary panel to discuss 'Monsoon prospects-projections for 2022' today

IMD has predicted a 'normal' monsoon for this year or 99 per cent of the Long Period Average of 87 cm and Skymet has earlier said that the 2022 southwest monsoon could be 'normal'.

published on : 18th April 2022

Members of Parliament panel headed by Anand Sharma praise his non-partisan approach

Sharma is due to retire as a Rajya Sabha member on April 2 and Monday's meeting of the committee was the last one held under his chairmanship.

published on : 28th March 2022

Parliamentary panel for framing price control regime for COVID medicines, medical devices

The committee said it was informed that at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic in February 2020, India was dependent on high-end imported ventilators and to meet the needs.

published on : 22nd March 2022

Indian defence forces got 63,000 crores less than their budgetary requirements: Panel report

The Parliamentary panel noted that a demand of Rs 2,15,995 crore was projected under the capital head for 2022-23, but the allocation made was Rs 1,52,369.61 crore.

published on : 17th March 2022