Kerala Assembly rocked by Solar scam. Proceedings in the Assembly adjourned following Opposition's protest demanding resignation of Chief Minister Oommen Chandy
The Bihar government announced that the state government will ban only country-made liquor from 1 April 2016. The government will make Indian-made foreign liquor expensive to discourage people from buying it. However, Bihar Excise and Prohibition Minister Abdul Jalil Mastan said that the state government will ban all kinds of alcohol.
In the Rajya Sabha, BSP chief Mayawati and Leader of the Opposition Ghulam Nabi Azad sought the removal of VK Singh from the Cabinet for his controversial dog analogy made in reply to a question on the deaths of Dalit children
Government of Delhi announces road space rationing. Private vehicles with even-numbered license plates will be allowed to run on even days and odd-numbered ones on odd days
Prakash Javadekar links Chennai floods to global warming caused by developed nations in the last 150 years
Mizoram asks VIPs to postpone visits due to Christmas, New Year celebrations
December 5, 2015
Indian Railways makes changes in child fare. A reserved seat for children in the age group 5 to 12 years shall be charged full fare instead of half fare.
According to a new report, Facebook and WhatsApp retain their top positions as most popular apps among Indians.
Congress has demanded that the Prime Minister Narendra Modi should give a statement in the Parliament on the secret talks between National Security Advisers between India and Pakistan that were held in Bangkok. Congress MP and former external affairs minister Anand Sharma said that the Parliament should have been informed about the talks and still should be informed. The Opposition parties termed the meeting a betrayal.
Delhi High Court dismisses petition filed by Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi and others seeking quashing of summons issued to them in the National Herald case.
CPI veteran AB Bardhan's condition is critical after he suffers a paralytic stroke
Congress disrupts Parliament for the third consecutive day on the National Herald case.
Union Minister Venkaiah Naidu and Congress' Mallikarjun Kharge exchange charges. Venkaiah Naidu says that Congress is threatening the judiciary, while Kharge says that the BJP has politically motivated the case and is trying to intimidate the opposition
Rahul Gandhi says that the National Herald case is 100 per cent political vendetta coming out of the Prime Minister's office
BJP leader Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi ridicules Rahul Gandhi's remark and says Congress leadership has 'Modi phobia' and will link anything happening on earth to the Prime Minister
Centre says that it does not feel that there is a need to relook into the water sharing issue of Krishna River. Telangana government likely to move Supreme Court against Centre.