India, Jan. 5 -- The Supreme Court on Tuesday gave a go-ahead to the government's ambitious Central Vista project, which means that if things go as planned, India will get a new Parliament building in 2022.

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In the light of Tuesday's Supreme Court verdict, here's a look at places where leaders of some other countries sit:

1. The United States Capitol: The United States Congress, which consists of the Senate and House of Representatives, meets at the United States Capitol (also called the Capitol building) in Washington, DC. Its construction started in 1793 and was completed in 1800; it was later extended in 1962. It currently houses 535 members - 100 in Senate...