The National Commission for Allied and Healthcare Professions Bill, 2021, seeks to provide for regulation and maintenance of standards of education and services by allied and healthcare professionals.
Piloting the Bill, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said hiking the FDI limit in the insurance sector will help insurers raise additional funds and tide over the financial problems.
The FDI limit in the insurance sector, the minister said, has increased significantly after the government decided to raise the cap from 26 per cent to 49 per cent in 2015.
Since morning, senior citizens accompanied by their children or grand children, stood in queues to cast their vote at the polling booths
While the Rajya Sabha had passed the Bill on February 9, it sailed through the Lok Sabha on Wednesday.
The Upper House will meet at its normal hours of 11 am to 6 pm from Tuesday. The timings were changed to 9 am to 2 pm from last year's monsoon session due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Leader of the Opposition Mallikarjun Kharge sought a discussion on the matter.
"I appeal to all the members, please make it a point to be in the House and then observe debates, enrich your knowledge," he said.
Chairman M Venkaiah Naidu did not allow the discussion, saying the issue can be debated "during the course of discussion on the Appropriation bill."
TMC national spokesperson and RS member O'Brien, in his letter, mentioned two precedents when Parliament sessions were adjourned due to polls in states.
The bill aims to provide for regulation, operation and planning of major ports in India and to vest the administration, control and management of such ports.
She said the Budget, which was presented in Parliament on February 1, has set the tone for greater play of the private sector, gave space for entrepreneurship
The 30-share Sensex was trading 929.54 points or 2.01 per cent higher at 47,215.31; and the broader Nifty surged 260.05 points or 1.91 per cent at 13,894.65.
Presenting the Union Budget for 2021-22, she said Railways will monetise dedicated freight corridors.
CEA said the responsibility of capital formation has largely fallen on the government and PSUs till then
Speaking to media persons at New Delhi on Saturday, TRS Parliamentary Party leader K Keshava Rao asserted that the TRS had already made its stand clear on the new farm laws and will continue to oppose them in the Parliament.
This was demanded by Pinaki Misra, BJD Parliamentary Party leader in Lok Sabha in the All Party meeting held at New Delhi on Saturday for the Budget Session of Parliament.
To provide expenditure support to small and marginal farmers, the President said almost Rs 1,13,000 crore have been directly transferred to their bank accounts.
The prime minister expressed confidence that MPs will not shy away from contributing to make full use of Parliament for fulfilling people's aspirations.