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Parliament Winter Session a failure? Oppn stalls proceedings over Nagrota attack, note ban on day 11

Firstpost Wednesday, 30 November 2016
Parliament again failed to transact any business as the opposition parties on Wednesday created uproar demanding obituary references to the soldiers killed in terror attack in Nagrota on Tuesday as well as those who died due to harassment after demonetisation.

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