Both houses of India's parliament had to shut shop early on Tuesday after the opposition raised the issue of the anti-corruption campaign led by Anna Hazare, whose fast for a strong anti-corruption bill entered its eighth day, the Economic Times reports.
For details, read on here. But the gist of the story is that the pot kept calling the kettle black at greater and greater volume until the Speaker called for an adjournment.
The significance? The opposition BJP is embracing the Hazare movement, finally, even though it still objects to several clauses in the anti-corruption bill that Hazare's group has put forward.