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Rajya Sabha to meet for the Budget Session on June 20

The Rajya Sabha will be holding a meet for the Budget Session from June 20. On the same day, President Ram Nath Kovind will address the joint sitting of Parliament. The Rajya Sabha Secretariat said that the session will continue till July 26. Overall, there will be 27 sittings of the Upper House of Indian Parliament. Already, the LS has been convened from June 17. Newly elected members will take an oath on June 17 and 18. The Speaker's election will be held on June 19.

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Pre-Monsoon Rainfall Second Lowest in last 65 Years

Pre-monsoon rainfall commonly known as "mango showers" is second least in last 65 years. In the previous months of summer, rainfall deficiency was as much as of 25 percent. Around the corner of the country including Northwest India, Central India, East-Northeast India, and South Peninsula - recorded deficit rainfall of 30 percent, 18 percent, 14 percent, and 47 percent, respectively.

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BSP wouldn't have won on it's own: SP leader slams BSP supremo

On Monday, SP leader Hariom Yadav slammed BSP supremo Mayawati, said, "From the alliance, only Mayawati got benefited, Samajwadi Party faced a huge loss. Mayawati would have been at zero if the alliance wouldn't have formed and Samajwadi Party would have won 25 seats on its own. Samajwadi Party had suffered a big loss". Yadav further said, "Yadav community voted to her but Behen Ji's vote went to BJP. This time by doing a rally on January 22 in Ramlila Maidan, we told people that after the LS elections get over, this alliance will end". Yadav's statement came after various media stated that Mayawati blamed the Samajwadi Party for their defeat in the LS elections 2019.

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MP Cabinet passes resolution to increase reservation for OBCs to 27 per cent

The Madhya Pradesh Cabinet passed a resolution to increase reservation quota for Other Backward Classes from 14 per cent to 27 per cent. Now, the issue will be discussed in the monsoon session of the state Assembly. The dearness allowance for employees and prisoners have been increased by 3 per cent by the Cabinet. It will cost the state exchequer Rs 1,647 crore and will benefit seven lakh employees.

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