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Rane, Patil among 14 former ministers who lost in Maharashtra
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Rane, Patil among 14 former ministers who lost poll battle

Press Trust of India | Mumbai October 19, 2014 Last Updated at 22:15 IST Senior Cogress leaders Narayan Rane and Harshwardhan Patil were two of the fourteen former Maharashtra ministers, who have lost this year's state Assembly elections. While ... Business Standard India, 2 months ago

Some Congress MLAs may defect to BJP

MUMBAI/NAGPUR: After a humiliating defeat in the assembly polls, a fresh shock is in store for Congress—some of its legislators may defect to BJP. This means, Congress may lose its claim over the leader of opposition post in the legislative ...
 Times of India2 days ago Maharashtra: Some Congress MLAs may defect to BJP  Times of India2 days ago

Maharashtra: Police corporation to take over housing for staff

The Maharashtra police housing corporation will now have to take up the renovation and construction of houses for police officers instead of the public works department (PWD), chief minister Devendra Fadnavis said in the state assembly on Tuesday. ...
 Hindustan Times4 days ago

Change of guard in Maharashtra - Again, crores could be spent on official homes

With the impending installation of the new government in Maharashtra, work has already begun to get official bungalows vacated and refurbished in Mumbai's prime Malabar Hill and Nariman Point areas for members of the cabinet. Some of the ministers ...
 Economic Times1 month ago

Western Maharashtra May Slip from Nationalist Congress Grip

MUMBAI: The rejection of Sharad Pawar's Nationalist Congress Party by his fort Pune is likely to lead to his fall in another party stronghold -- Western Maharashtra. The NCP could win only three out of 21 seats in Pune, Pawar's home district. In ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago

Prithviraj Chavan wins, Congress loses

RNA Research & Archives It would be right to say that Congress which got 42 seats, down from 82 they held, has bitten the dust, though their voter base has not eroded beyond repair. What makes the Congress's task difficult now is that their ...
 DNA India2 months ago Congress had enough and more reasons to lose  DNA India2 months ago

Cong vote share across Maharashtra dips 3%, party's seat tally drops by half

MUMBAI: The Congress vote share across Maharashtra has dropped by roughly 3%, which translated into a loss of 40 seats in the assembly polls. Congress contested 284 seats in 2014 as against 170 in the last elections. But it was able to win only 42 ...
 Times of India2 months ago

Live: Amit Shah says BJP will form govt in Maha & Haryana | Coverage

Led by Narendra Modi and Amit Shah, BJP has won a simple majority in Haryana and has emerged as the single largest party in Maharashtra. Both NCP and Shiv Sena are in a position to ally with BJP. NCP has offered outside support to the BJP ...
 Economic Times2 months ago BJP on course to form govts in Maharashtra, Haryana  Hindu Business Line2 months ago Maharashtra Assembly election results live: Ball is in Uddhav Thackeray's court, says BJP's ...  IBNLive India News2 months ago

Majority of voters opt for change

AMRAVATI: An estimated 67.26% of the total 22.21 lakh voters spread over eight assembly constituencies in the district exercised their franchise in a peaceful manner as the fate of 135 candidates was sealed in the EVMs on Wednesday. The polling ...
 Times of India2 months ago
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