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Alliance will break if NCP insists on 144 seats: Prithviraj Ch...

PUNE: A tough-talking Prithviraj Chavan on Thursday said his party's alliance with the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) would break if the latter continued to insist on 144 of the 288 seats in the forthcoming state assembly elections. "We have ... Times of India, 30 minutes ago

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Cong, NCP spar over seats to contest in Maharashtra polls

There were signs of a disagreement between the Congress and Nationalist Congress Party ( NCP) over seat-sharing in the upcoming assembly elections in Maharashtra, on Thursday. Chief minister Prithviraj Chavan on Thursday said the Congress would ...
 Financial Express7 hours ago Illegal banners continue to cloud the city sky  DNA1 day ago Outwitting each other may prove deadly for Cong, NCP in Assy polls  NetIndia123.com5 days ago NCP to contest Maharashtra polls in alliance with Congress  Times of India4 days ago
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Sakaal Times

Congress, NCP toughen their stand on seat sharing for assembly polls

Ruling Congress and Nationalist Congress Party on Thursday took tougher stand on seat sharing arrangement for the ensuing state assembly poll in Maharashtra. The otherwise soft spoken Maharashtra chief minister Prithiviraj Chavan, who will lead the ...
 Business Standard India11 hours ago NCP-Cong seat-sharing: Chavan talks tough  Sakaal Times6 hours ago

NCP asks for 50%, Congress refuses

Nationalist Congress Party proposed, and the Congress disposed. The Congress has flatly refused to give NCP equal number of seats to contest in the upcoming state Assembly election slated for October this year. In the coordination committee meeting held here ...
 Asian Age4 hours ago
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Congress won't compromise on self respect, ready to fight solo in Maharashtra: Prithviraj Chavan

As the issue of seat sharing continues to strain ties between the Congress and the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) in Maharashtra, Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan on Thursday said, "Congress is ready to fight solo in the upcoming state ...
 DNA India12 hours ago Congress-NCP Maharashtra crisis deepens  The Hindu12 hours ago Every party beset with issues  The Freepress Journal1 week ago Congress didn’t ask Pawar to lead: Prithviraj Chavan  Asian Age1 week ago
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The Hindu

NCP demands more seats in Assembly polls

A day after the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) demanded more seats in the upcoming Assembly polls, the Congress snubbed its alliance partner by asking it to not these issues public. We want more seats in the Assembly elections based on our performance in ...
 The Hindu1 month ago NCP demands half assembly seats from Congress  The Hindu3 weeks ago Congress rejects NCP's demand to share seats in upcoming election  DNA11 hours ago NCP blames Cong for poll rout, to demand more seats for Maharashtra polls  The Hindu2 months ago

No alliance without self-respect: Chavan

The Congress and its ally the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) are heading for a major confrontation over seat-sharing for the Maharashtra Assembly polls. Even as the NCP demanded a fifty per cent share of the seats, Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan ...
 The Hindu12 hours ago
NDTV

Respect Us, or Else No Alliance: Maharashtra Chief Minister to Sharad Pawar's Party

The soft-spoken Maharashtra chief minister Prithiviraj Chavan delivered a hard message to longtime partner Nationalist Congress Party or NCP today, declaring that it must "respect" the Congress for their alliance to continue. ( Also Read: With Eye on Assembly ...
 NDTV14 hours ago BJP-Shiv Sena spar over Maharashtra CM nominee  Deccan Herald1 month ago
India TV

Maharashtra CM yet to accept Rane's resignation

Rane had announced last week that he would quit as minister today but will remain in the Congress party. However, CM Prithviraj Chavan is yet to accept his resignation. Rane will hold a press conference at 3 pm.Rane, who had joined the Congress after he quit the Shiv Sena in 2005, had been at loggerheads with the state Congress leadership for a while now and has repeatedly criticized its style of functioning. The matter turned for the worse after his son Nilesh lost from Ratnagiri- Sindhudurg ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago Narayan Rane has no one else to walk away with him this time  Asian Age3 days ago Maharashtra MP Rane quits cabinet position  The Gulf Today3 days ago Narayan Rane `unhappy` with Congress, quits Chavan cabinet  ZeeNews.com3 days ago
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Indian Express

UPA going downhill

National Conference is the latest to depart Regardless of whether the National Conference or the Congress took the first call to end the alliance, the truth is that the partnership between the two parties in Jammu & Kashmir has broken ahead of ...
 New Delhi Pioneer3 days ago It's official: Congress and National Conference won't contest Assembly polls together  Indian Express4 days ago NCP starts search for new mayoral candidate  Sakaal Times4 days ago Pawar meets Maharashtra NCP leaders to plan for state polls  DNA India6 days ago
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