Will expand Cabinet before my Davos visit: CM Yediyurappa
Days after indicating thathe may not travel to Davos to attend the World Economic Forum later this month, Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa on Monday said he will be attending the global meet, and that the expansion of his ministry will take place before his foreign tour.
B S Yediyurappa’s likely visit to Delhi raises hopes of Cabinet expansion
Karnataka Chief Minister’s challenge is to induct all the 'disquali...
Cabinet apprised of amendments in Motor Vehicles Act
The new Motor Vehicles Act with stricter penalties for violation of traffic laws has com...
Cabinet gives in-principle nod to strategic sale of Neelachal Ispat
The strategic buyer for NINL will be identified through a two-stage auction procedure
How Cabinet decisions moved shares of Coal India, MMTC, OMDC
MMTC held 49.78 per cent stake in Neelanchal as of March 31, 2018.
Cabinet expansion in about a week to 10 days: B S Yediyurappa
With Yediyurappa making it clear that 11 of the disqualified JDS-Congress MLAs who got re-elected in the December 5 bypolls on BJP tickets will be made ministers, lobbying has been on within the party for the remaining ministerial berths. Currently there are 18 ministers, including the Chief Minister, in the cabinet that has a sanctioned strength is 34.
PM Modi meets economists, industry experts ahead of Budget 2020
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is meeting economists and experts at the Niti Aayog to discuss the state of economy and steps to be taken to revive growth which is estimated to drop to 5 per cent during the current fiscal.
Cabinet approves restructuring of Railway Board, merging cadres
Instead of Railway Board Members for Traffic, Rolling Stock, Traction and Engineering, the newly constituted Board will have Members for Operation, Business Development, Human Resources, Infrastructure and Finance, said source.
Maharashtra Cabinet Expansion likely today
Thackeray was sworn in as Chief Minister on November 28 with six ministers, two each from the Shiv Sena, Congress and NCP. The cabinet expansion is likely to see the entry of senior NCP leaders Ajit Pawar, Dilip Walse Patil, Hassan Mushrif and Jitendra Awhad. All eyes had been on the expansion for multiple reasons.
BSY seeks funds from Centre for flood rehab at farmers’ meet
PM Narendra Modi was in Tumakuru to release the third instalment of the Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana to beneficiaries from across the country and spoke to thousands of farmers present. Chief minister BS Yediyurappa sought funds to complete pending irrigation projects.
AP cabinet defers taking decision on relocating state capital
Chief Minister Jagan Mohan Reddy had indicated on December 17 that Andhra Pradesh could have three capitals as decentralization was a real concept. The existing capital Amaravati which is only in the basic stages of development could become the "Legislative Capital", port city Visakhapatnam the "Executive Capital" and Kurnool the "Judiciary Capital"
Yediyurappa to meet BJP central leadership to finalise Cabinet expansion
Recently there was some speculation within the BJP circles that all disqualified legislators who contested the bypolls on the party ticket will be made Ministers, irrespective of whether they win or not, and MLC option was being considered to make them ministers.
In loyalty show, Maharashtra Congress ministers meet Sonia, Rahul Gandhi
The meeting was seen as show of loyalty to the Congress high command and it’s first family at a time when the state Congress, in reality, is the junior most partner in the coalition government in Maharashtra.
Uddhav Thackeray holds first cabinet meeting as CM
Shiv Sena ministers Eknath Shinde and Subhash Desai, Congress ministers Balasaheb Thorat and Nitin Raut and NCP ministers Chhagan Bhujbal and Jayant Patil were seen arriving at the venue of the meeting in south Mumbai. Thackeray heads the 'Maharashtra Vikas Aghadi' of three parties.
Maha cabinet expansion likely next week
The meeting is significant as Congress has been seeking plum portfolios for Ashok Chavan and Prithviraj Chavan. Sena has not been keen on having the two leaders in the government and its mouthpiece “Saamana’ even called the two leaders ‘old grooms’.
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