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Hon'ble @loksabhaspeaker sir separation of powers is part of basic structure of Constitution. Parliament has the power & duty to question the govt. We're elected to ask questions & hold the govt accountable. A session that takes up only govt business prevents us from doing so
There's a requirement for 15 days' notice period for questions & I request that questions from members be accepted starting today so that the House can take up questions well within time. It's also your discretion to reduce the notice period u/r 33 of LS Rules of Procedure
One may also consider a single day's sitting for only Questions. In any case, nothing prevents the govt from answering unstarred questions

Similarly Hon'ble Speaker enjoys the discretion to issue a revised bulletin that accounts for private members business & questions
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Coping with #COVID19 related stress as a #JEENEET student:

Dear Students, as you are worried & anxious about the upcoming exam, it's better to focus on your wellbeing and avoid self-destructing attitude.

An attempt to provide some practical solutions.
1. Practice self-care: This will keep your immune system strong and your emotional reserves full. Get enough sleep. Exercise regularly. Eat well. Try mindfulness apps. Stay calm and focus - these are what you could do best.
2. Find ways to focus:

You might feel unmotivated now. Recognize that the current circumstances are hard for everyone. Don’t judge yourself; just do the best you can. Establish a routine. Get up, go to bed, and do your work at the same time every day. Take frequent breaks.
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#Thread on #JEENEET Exams:

In less than 48 hours, the JEE gets underway, even as India reaches the highest #COVID19 per day cases globally. There have been many reports of students taking their lives for the fear of giving exams in a pandemic, but there's been no postponement.
2/ Even if, miraculously, the Education Ministry does postpone these exams tomorrow, it would be besides the point because of the spectacular damage that these exams have already done to lakhs of students in India: even more so than they do every year.

And what a shame that is.
3/ It's no secret that the education system in India is broken, but the impunity with which politicians disregard student mental health is shocking.

Almost 50% of India is under 25; yet there is 0% empathy for students, and what we do to them in the name of 'competitive exams'.
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