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The sharp decline of the MNS and Raj Thackeray

The sharp decline of the MNS and Raj Thackeray

'Raj will have to do a lot more to win over the public and overcome the trust deficit,' says N Suresh. On Sunday, September 28, evening, Maharashtra Navnirman Sena chief Raj Thackeray launched his campaign for the Maharashtra assembly election. Among the many things he said, he yet again declared, 'Once my party comes to power.' It is a brave thing to say, considering that there is a lot going against the MNS. Firstly, the MNS cannot find 288 candidates to contest all the seats. Secondly, Raj ..., 2 days ago
Raj Thackeray's 'business' agenda Business Standard, 1 month ago
DNA India

Stop influx of Bihar, Uttar Pradesh migrants into Delhi, says Vijay Goel

RNA Research & Archives Taking a stand akin to MNS chief Raj Thackeray, BJP leaderVijay Goel, on Wednesday, urged to stop the inflow of migrants from Uttar Pradesh and Bihar into Delhi. Suggesting this as a solution to Delhi's problems, Goel ...
 DNA India2 months ago BJP MP Vijay Goel urges govt to stop migrants from Bihar, UP from settle in Delhi, faces twitterati's ire  Daily Bhaskar2 months ago Vijay Goel faces twitterati's ire over migrant remark  Indian Express2 months ago

Shiv Sena Workers Allegedly Vandalise Toll Plaza in Thane

The Sena workers allegedly damaged computers at the toll booth. Mumbra: The politics of violence seems to be making a comeback to Maharashtra, barely a month before it goes to polls. Workers of opposition Shiv Sena allegedly attacked a toll ...
 NDTV2 weeks ago
Hindustan Times

Our netas and their love for hate speeches

The chargesheeting of BJP president Amit Shah and the FIR against the party's star campaigner Yogi Adityanath by the UP police on the eve of crucial by-elections have again put the spotlight on hate speech. The two BJP leaders were not the only ...
 Hindustan Times2 weeks ago Our netas and their love for 'hate speeches'  Hindustan Times2 weeks ago
Counter Currents

Modi's 100 Days: India Towards Doldrums?

Days: India Towards Doldrums? By 31 August, 2014 It is three months since Narendra Modi took over the leadership of India . Never before India 's debate on secularism is as intense and frightening as it is today. Minorities ...
 Counter Currents1 month ago

Our generational struggle against extinction of Meiteis in Manipur

For precisely how long the Inner Line Permit system (ILPS) has been a presence in the Meitei psyche is not certain. Majority thinking dates the start in the 1980s. However, citing evidence from scholarly sources, it might go back to the beginning of ...
 Sangai Express1 month ago

Iraqi Kurds retake country's main dam from jihadists

Popular from News Ten foreigners, five locals missing as Indonesia tour boat sinks Kurdish militants train hundreds of Yazidis to fight Islamic State IAEA chief says Iran visit useful, sees commitment to cooperate Prabhala Mahotsavam draws huge ...
 INooz1 month ago Maoists using jungle caves as camps: Police  INooz1 month ago

It's time for Shiv Sena to grow up

A few months ago, I went for lunch to the new Maharashtra Sadan in the national Capital. The first look was impressive: Marble flooring, bronze statuettes, spiral staircases, you could have been in the lobby of a five-star hotel. This was no staid ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago
Outlook India

Do You Speak Angry?

Borderline Cases 1956 States reorganised on linguistic lines 1957 Sarabandi agitation; several people from Yellur lost their lives 1966 Mahajan Commission report recommended transfer of 265 villages but not Belgaum to Maharashtra 1973 ...
 Outlook India2 months ago

Why the Shiv Sena won't say sorry

'For it's not the Sena alone that indulges in hooliganism. 'Thokshahi', as the Sena proudly calls it, is the hallmark of the party and of its offshoots. But other parties haven't exactly been models of good behaviour. Not just Maharashtra, ministers and MLAs slapping officials everywhere in the country is not unheard of, says Jyoti Punwani. 'Apologise? What for?' As television anchors spluttered in rage at the Shiv Sena's blatant defence of their behaviour in Delhi's Maharashtra Sadan -- ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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