Maharashtra launches Rs 10 lunch plate scheme on pilot basis
Under the scheme, which was launched on a pilot basis, thalis or lunch plates would be available to people at designated centres/ canteens during a stipulated time in all the districts.
Coronavirus: Over 100 people are kept under observation in Kerala, Maharashtra & Rajasthan
The Wuhan virus, now officially called 2019-nCoV, ...
Maharashtra: Power may get dearer for societies with solar panels
Mahavitaran seeks to impose extra charge on green housing societies.
Rahul's poll promise of 500 sq ft houses being not honoured: Milind Deora
In his letter, dated January 24, Deora stated that "upon his advice" in March 2019, then Congress president Rahul Gandhi had said at a rally that 500 sq ft homes under slum and dilapidated building rehabilitation schemes will be allotted, if his party is voted to power in Maharashtra.
Nitin Gadkari accuses Shiv Sena of betraying BJP in Maharashtra
Union minister Nitin Gadkari on Saturday said the BJP did not lose last year's Maharashtra assembly elections, but was betrayed by the Shiv Sena. He also said that the Sena not only left its ally, but also its own ideology.
Coronavirus toll reaches 106 in China, India on high alert
A 32-year-old Thailand national, suspected to be suffering from Coronavirus, died in a private hospital in Kolkata on Monday. The death of a...
Uddhav Thackeray to visit Ayodhya on March 7: Sanjay Raut
Raut had announced on Wednesday that Uddhav Thackeray, who heads the Maharashtra Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government, will visit Ayodhya in Uttar Pradesh to mark the completion of 100 days in power. However, he had not specified the date at that time.
Many ministers in Maha govt earned position on merit: Pawar
NCP chief Sharad Pawar has said that many ministers in the Shiv Sena-led coalition government do not belong to political families and have made it to their positions purely on merit. Notably, 19 of the total 43 ministers in the Uddhav Thackeray-led Shiv Sena-NCP-Congress government are dynasts.
Maharashtra to probe ‘snooping’; NIA takes over Koregaon case
“The cyber cell of the Maharashtra police has been asked to look into complaints from different quarters on the phone tapping/snooping," home minister Anil Deshmukh told. However, the Centre chose NIA to pursue the Bhima-Koregaon case, where activists and lawyers have been charged with sedition and left-wing extremism.
Drive out Bangladeshi & Pak Muslim infiltrators: Shiv Sena
"The Muslim infiltrators from Pakistan and Bangladesh should be driven out of India. There should be no doubt about that. But it is amusing to see a party changing its flag for it," the Sena said in an editorial in party mouthpiece 'Saamana'. It added that the MNS is unlikely to achieve anything from its new Hindutva stand as Shiv Sena had never shed its saffron colour.
Delhi Elections: Amit Shah holds roadshow in Ghonda
New Delhi, Jan 26 (ANI): Ahead of Delhi Assembly elections, Home Minister Amit Shah held a massive roadshow in the national capital on Jan 2...
Minorities decide whom to defeat in elections: Sharad Pawar
Former Maharashtra Chief Minister and Nationalist Congress Party chief Sharad Pawar on Thursday stoked a controversy when he suggested that ...
I have not changed my saffron colour: Uddhav Thackeray
Uddhav's remark also followed a barb from his estranged cousin and MNS chief Raj Thackeray, who, speaking at his party's function earlier in the evening, said "I don't change the colour of my party to form the government." Hitting out at the BJP, Uddhav alleged that the former ally broke its pre-poll promise (to share the chief minister's post) and tried to label him as a liar.
Air India hopes to land Rs 1,500 crore from Navi Mumbai Plot
The government, which did not receive a single bid in its maiden attempt to sell Air India last year, is being cautious this time and has offered various relaxations, such as a 100% in the airline, substantial restructuring of debt and liabilities and allowing the new owner to offer voluntary retirement to staff.
Cong asks EC to take note of Anurag Thakur's provocative slogans at poll rally
Triggering a row, Thakur had egged on participants in an election rally in Rithala in Delhi to raise an incendiary slogan that "traitors should be shot at", after he lashed out at anti-CAA protesters.
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