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Numbers on its side, Sena may rule alone in Ambernath and Badl...

The Shiv Sena has emerged biggest party in both Ambernath and Badlapur-Kulgaon municipal council and this time party may go alone to run both civic bodies without support of their state alliance party BJP. Times of India, 4 weeks ago
BJP, Sena may contest separately Times of India, 1 month ago
Times of India

9 held for rioting in Thane district after 2 groups clash

Nine persons were arrested on charges of unlawful assembly and rioting in Kulgaon Badlapur area of the district following clashes between two groups, police said on Saturday.
 Times of India2 months ago Nine held for rioting after two groups clash  Business Standard2 months ago Thane: Nine held for rioting after two groups clash  DNA2 months ago
Dhaka Tribune

Last-minute campaigns gather momentum in Chittagong

Candidates of Chittagong City Corporation elections were busy conducting campaigns yesterday, with voting due on the day after tomorrow. Awami League-backed candidate AJM Nasir Uddin and BNP-backed aspirant M Manjur Alam were among the mayoral ...
 Dhaka Tribune3 weeks ago
DNA India

Maharashtra government explores planned urbanisation in Mumbai, surrounding areas

To ensure planned urbanisation and economic development in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR), state think-tank Mumbai Transformation Support Unit (MTSU) will soon launch a study to locate areas for greenfield townships and recommend an economic ...
 DNA India4 weeks ago

Local body polls: Shiv Sena overtakes BJP

Comment · print · T T T+· T- TOPICS NCP makes a comeback after successive defeats; Majlis stuns everyone by winning more seats than BJP in Aurangabad. The Bharatiya Janata Party, which rode high on its success in the 2014 Lok Sabha ...
 The Hindu4 weeks ago

Counting of votes underway for Navi Mumbai, Aurangabad civic polls

Zee Media Bureau Mumbai: Counting of votes is underway on Thursday in Navi Mumbai and Aurangabad where polls to municipal bodies were held yesterday. About 51 percent of voters had exercised their franchise to elect 111 members of Navi Mumbai ...
 ZeeNews.com1 month ago

Civic Polls: 51 and 65 Pc Voting in Navi Mumbai, Aurangabad

MUMBAI: About 51 percent of voters exercised the franchise to elect 111 members of Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation, whereas 65 per cent voters turned up to elect 111 members of Aurangabad Municipal Corporation in the elections held today. ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago Heat and holidays blamed for slight dip in Navi Mumbai civic election turnout  Times of India1 month ago Civic Polls: 51% Voting in Navi Mumbai, 65% in Aurangabad  Outlook India1 month ago
Mid Day

Mumbai: Ambarnath and Badlapur far from disabled friendly

Making up barely 2.21% of the country's population as per the 2011 census, people with disabilities (PWDs), barring the occasional lip service, are not very high up on any politician's agenda when the polls draw near. Karupamala is all praise ...
 Mid Day1 month ago

PTI - POLLS-MAHA - Elections to municipal bodies to be held on April 22

POLLS-MAHA - Elections to municipal bodies to be held on April 22 Contributed by NAMPA / PTI. Mumbai, Mar 23 (PTI) Elections to Navi Mumbai and Aurangabad municipal corporations as well as seven municipal councils would be held on April 22, the ...
 Namibia Press Agency2 months ago Elections to municipal bodies to be held on April 22  ZeeNews.com2 months ago
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