SHIV SENA PRESIDENT
Sena rejects Chavan's claim of coalition bid after 2014 polls
The Shiv Sena denied Congress' claim that the Uddhav Thackeray-led party approached the Congress after the 2014 state polls to form a coalition to keep the BJP out of power. The Sena also said that its tie-up with the Congress and NCP after the last year's Assembly elections materalised because Sharad Pawar did not support "BJP's political machinations".
Remain non-violent when fighting for a cause, President tells countrymen on R-Day eve
His remarks come in the backdrop of protests against th...
PM Modi pays tributes to Bal Thackeray on his birth anniversary
"Tributes to the great Balasaheb Thackeray on his jayanti. Courageous and ind...
Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut in Belagavi, asked not to speak on border dispute
Sanjay Raut's visit comes a day after Maharashtra Minister of State for Health Rajendra P. Yadravkar was prevented by the police from addressing a meeting of Maharashtra Ekikaran Samiti.
President Ram Nath Kovind addresses to the nation on the eve of the 71st Republic Day
President Ram Nath Kovind on Saturday urged people, particularly the youth, to remain non-violent when fighting for a cause and stressed on ...
Some voters don't realise importance of right to exercise franchise: President Kovind
Addressing an event on National Voters' Day marking the establishment of the Election Commission in 1950, the President said from the very first general election to the 17th Lok Sabha polls held last year, voters have increased the credibility of Indian democracy all over the world.
Watch: Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro arrives in India
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro arrived in India for a 4-day visit. He was accompanied by his family.Watch: Brazilian President Jair Bols...
SC verdict on Belgaum dispute will be acceptable to all: Raut
A day after a Maharashtra minister was detained in Belgaum in neighbouring Karnataka, Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut on Saturday said the Supreme Court's verdict on the dispute between the two states over the region would be acceptable to all.
Never used Shivaji or Indira's name for political gain: Shiv Sena
The leading constituent in Maharashtra's ruling coalition said it had always respected Indira Gandhi, who it said, had a towering and strong personality. Whenever there were attempts to malign her image, the Shiv Sena acted as a shield. She was a powerful leader who split Pakistan and avenged Partition, the Marathi daily said.
Those opposing Bharat Ratna to Savarkar should spend time in Andaman jail: Sanjay Raut
Sanjay Raut's statement can potentially put his party, which shares power in Maharashtra with ideologically different Congress and NCP, in a spot.
India, Brazil ink 15 pacts to boost ties in IT, biofuel and mining
India and Brazil on Saturday agreed to boost trade and investment across a range of fields such as defense, mining, biofuel, cybersecurity, ...
Republic Day: JK Police gets max 108 gallantry medals, CRPF 76
The Union Territory police, thickly involved in counter-terrorism operations in the Kashmir Valley, has also bagged three top President's Police Medal for Gallantry (PPMG) while one has been accorded to the CRPF (posthumously), a Union home ministry order said.
PM Modi and Brazilian Prez hold talks to boost bilateral ties
The two countries are expected to ink around 15 agreements providing for enhancing cooperation in a range of areas.
Sodexo India appoints new country president
The company said he would be responsible for driving corporate governance and strategic directorial responsibility for all of Sodexo’s operations across India.
Is Raut's Savarkar comment Sena's official stand? Ashok Chavan
Raut had said "Savarkar's opponents should spend two days in the (erstwhile) Andaman Cellular Jail to understand the hardships he was put through by the British". Within hours of the statement, the Congress hit back with its state spokesperson Sachin Sawant tweeting "Savarkar was different before 1911. The Congress is against his post- 1923 ideology."
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