The Hindu reports today that two Bills are due to be tabled shortly. One, to amend the Representation of People Act, 1951 to nullify the SC judgement barring adjudged criminals from contesting elections. SC had withdrawn the concession law had granted to sitting representatives, if found guilty by lower court, not to be disqualified provided an appeal is filed within 90days.
Second Bill is also with far reaching impact, for better or worse time will tell, abolishing the collegium system of judges appointment. The system is sought to be replaced with a Judicial Appointment Commission. See here for a paper on Judicial Appointment Commission prepared for NAC by a member. The document is sourced form PRS India.