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A looming no-confidence motion in Parliament, and opposition unity ahead of 2019

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Gokul Gopalakrishnan | Asian Age News

With the Speaker accepting a no-confidence motion against the NDA government, which it is expected to survive, there is hope that disruptions will now take a backseat and the monsoon session of Parliament will be productive. The 2018 Budget session was called the least productive since 2000 because of the number of disruptions.

Mika Aziz | The Indian Express

Mika Aziz mocks the no-confidence motion pushed against the Modi government for the second time this year and the NDA’s ability to evade it by gaining the trust vote.

R. Prasad | Economic Times

The Congress is planning to crowdfund its new party headquarters in New Delhi. R. Prasad mocks the fact that voting for the Congress now comes with added expenses.

Sajith Kumar | Hindustan Times

As the Modi government faces a no-confidence motion, this will be a test to see if politicians can really debate issues or just shout and disrupt Parliament.

Sandeep Adhwaryu | The Times of India

Sandeep Adhwaryu suggests that Kumaraswamy’s words that accepting the coalition with Congress was like “swallowing poison” may break apart the hopes for a united opposition ahead of 2019 Lok Sabha elections.

Satish Acharya | Mail Today for the first

Satish Acharya draws a Narendra Modi hesitant but ready to discuss looming issues like lynchings, price rise, and agrarian issues in the monsoon session of Parliament.

Surendra | The Hindu

Surendra illustrates the Supreme Court’s words on how lynchings “destroy the majesty of law” when mobs take law and order into their own hands.

Second Kirtish Bhatt | BBC Hindi

Kirtish Bhatt has a witty take on what prime-time debates on Indian television have turned into, where instead of debates actual fights break out.

Read in Hindi: संसद में एक शक्तिहीन अविश्वास प्रस्ताव और 2019 से पहले की विपक्षी एकता

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