Indian parliament sets aside 33% of seats for women
However, the legislation will not be enforced during the general election due in May 2024.
India cabinet approves bill to reserve a third of lower house seats for women
The announcement comes eight months before general elections are due by May 2024.
12MP mid-term review to be tabled in Parliament today
This is the first tabling of the review since the formation of the government after the 15th general election last year.
Anwar disagrees with call for special Parliament sitting on Zahid DNAA
The prime minister says Parliament cannot be transformed into a courtroom.
PAC looks to table Covid-19 management report at October Parliament session
It says Pharmaniaga Logistic will be called in next to provide testimonies and clarification on issues related to defective ventilators.
Indonesia upper house speaker says 'important' to discuss means to delay elections
Indonesia currently has no framework to delay an election and some politicians have called for the constitution to be amended to allow a postponement.
Pakistan parliament dissolved to hold national election
Analysts have said any delay in the election could fuel public anger and add to uncertainty in the nuclear-armed nation.
Indonesia parliament seeks to change rules to allow election delays
Indonesia, the world's third-largest democracy, must hold national elections every five years, with the next vote scheduled for Feb 14.
Indian opposition leader Rahul Gandhi returns to parliament after reinstatement
Upon his conviction, Gandhi, lost his parliamentary seat and was jailed for two years but granted bail.
Najib withdraws appeal over legal bid to attend Parliament
The former prime minister had applied to obtain leave to commence a judicial review against the Prisons Department's refusal to allow him to attend a Dewan Rakyat sitting.
Anger in South Korea as court rejects removing minister over Halloween crush
Amid a heavy police presence at the constitutional court, some relatives attending the hearing broke down in tears after the ruling, with two mothers collapsing and taken away by an ambulance, reports say.
Israel's president races to reach judiciary accord before parliament vote
Police used a water cannon to disperse demonstrators opposed to the judicial campaign by Netanyahu's nationalist-religious coalition that has plunged Israel into one of its worst crises in decades.