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Om Birla

'Inappropriate For One Legislature To Pass Judgment On Another': Om Birla On EU Resolutions Against CAA

Jan 28, 2020 PTI

Om Birla also asserted that as members of the Inter-Parliamentary Union, 'We should respect sovereign processes of fellow legislatures'.

Death Of 12 Infants In A Week, 77 In A Month At Government Hospital Shocks Kota

Dec 28, 2019 PTI

Out of the ten infants, who died between December 23 and 24, five were newborns.


'Big Scam': Congress Stages Walkout In Lok Sabha Over Electoral Bonds

Under the electoral bonds scheme, the government has offered complete anonymity to those making donations. A donor could anonymously buy a bond and deposit it with the political party of his or her choice.

BJP MP Om Birla Elected As Lok Sabha Speaker; 'Matter Of Pride,' Says PM Modi

Jun 19, 2019 Outlook Web Bureau

With no opposition, the election of Om Birla, a two-time BJP member from Kota in Rajasthan, was a smooth affair. It is, however, a departure from the past, since a woman held the post since 2009.


Who Is Om Birla, BJP's Pick For Lok Sabha Speaker

A little-known second time MP from Rajasthan, Om Birla, has been chosen as the speaker of the lower house.

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