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Water emergency in Tamil Nadu: Baalu
Baalu said in the next few years 21 cities could face severe water shortage and urged the government to take immediate steps in this regard.
PM Modi to address poll rally in Maharashtra, Wardha
The meeting will begin at 11 am at Swavalambi ground here, BJP sources said.
Lower Wardha Irrigation project to be completed in 3 years: CM Devendra Fadnavis
Lower Wardha Irrigation Project will be completed in three y...
BJP MPs complain of frequent 'call drop' in mobile networks of Airtel and Vodafone
The parliamentarians demanded action against the private telecom operators after proper investigation into the charges.
More than one third of Maha MPs are first-timers
Eleven of them are from the BJP, four from the Shiv Sena, two from the NCP, one is an independent backed by the NCP, and one each is from the Congress and AIMIM.
Maharashtra: List of Lok Sabha poll winners, losers with votes polled
The 2019 Indian general election was held in seven phases from 11 April to 19 May 2019 to constitute the 17th Lok Sabha.
Farmers' plight in Vidarbha, human trafficking raised in Lok Sabha
BJP member Birendra Singh raised the issue of human trafficking, saying 1,77,660 children have been missing between 2009 to 2011.
Election Results 2014: Stalwarts of Congress-NCP swept away in saffron wave in Vidarbha
Praful Patel, 7-time Cong MP Vilas Muttemwar & Cong general secy Mukul Wasnik are among those who have bitten the dust in Vidarbha region of Maharashtra in LS poll.
Narendra Modi in Wardha on March 20; to hold 'Chai Pe Charcha' in Yavatmal
Narendra Modi will address a public rally in Wardha city and hold a 'Chai Pe Charcha' in Yavatmal where rains and hailstorm have damaged crops.
Lok Sabha gets 29 new entrants from Maharashtra
Gadkari won his maiden Lok Sabha poll from Nagpur, defeating Congress veteran Vilas Muttemwar by a margin of 2.85 lakh votes.
Demand for strong infrastructure along India-China border
Ram Swaroop Sharma, who represents Mandi constituency in Himachal Pradesh close to the Chinese border, said people in the area felt less secure due to the modern infrastructure on the other side.