The concluding article of a two-part series on the Project stresses the need for huge infrastructure plans to boost the economy after a calamity. With the integration of technology and design, national heritage too will be highlighted.
With the Supreme Court refusing to stay work on the new Parliament building, the antiquated House is expected to be elevated to a composite Parliament Complex which will be modern, efficient and quake-resistant.
Inadequate participation and low attendance by MPs in the meetings of Department-Related Standing Committees are matters for the concerned political parties to take note of and initiate appropriate action
The corona pandemic has made traditional parliamentary proceedings hazardous. Parliaments around the world are adapting to the unprecedented health challenge thrown up by the spread of this deadly virus. Many Parliaments have become virtual or hybrid to facilitate remote participation by the members.