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Prakash Ambedkar says Devendra Fadnavis' life in danger, cites Facebook post of Sambhaji Bhide's 'close aide'
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Prakash Ambedkar says Devendra Fadnavis' life in danger, cites...

Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis faces serious threat to his life from certain pro-Hindutva elements, Bharipa Bahujan Mahasangh president Prakash Ambedkar claimed on Wednesday. The post Prakash Ambedkar says Devendra Fadnavis’ life in ... First Post.com, 1 month ago

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What marrying my gay partner in Yavatmal taught me

Hrishi Sathawane, who recently married his gay partner in a ceremony in Maharashtra, says, "Society is more open-minded than you think." He shares his love story with Rediff.com's Divya Nair. Hrishi and Vinh had a Maharashtrian style wedding in Yavatmal on December 30, 2017.All photographs: Kind courtesy Hrishi Sathawane   On December 30, 2017, Hrishi Sathawane, 43 from Yavatmal, Maharashtra, and Vinh, 35 from Vietnam had a simple, fun marriage in Yavatmal. While the two would ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Veteran NCP leader Vasant Davkhare passes away

Veteran NCP leader and former Deputy Chairman of Maharashtra Legislative Council, Vasant Davkhare, passed away on Thursday night at Bombay Hospital. He was 68. Davkhare was one of the trusted aides of NCP supremo Sharad Pawar. "He was a close colleague of ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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Raj Thackeray's son gets engaged

Maharashtra Navnirman Sena chief Raj Thackerays son Amit, 25, got engaged to fashion designer Mitali Borude in a private ceremony in Mumbai today. After the ceremony, Amit posted a picture on his Facebook page with his wife-to-be, with the caption "New boss in the house".  -- PTIImage: Raj Thackerays son Amit with his wife-to-be Mitali. Photograph: Courtesy Amit Thackeray/Facebook ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago MNS chief Raj Thackeray‚Äôs son Amit gets engaged to Mumbai-based fashion designer  DNA2 months ago
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In Pics: Mumbai brought to standstill hours after citizens try defying Maharashtra bandh over Bhima Koregaon violence

Hours after Mumbaikars thought they would defy the Maharashtra bandh and head to work, several rail rokos and rasta rokos were reported from different parts of the city, following protests in Bhima Koregaon on the outskirts of Pune that left one person dead ...
 DNA1 month ago Bhima Koregaon violence: Meet the duo who allegedly instigated the violence in Pune and Mumbai  DNA1 month ago In Pics: Mob bring Mumbai's Chembur to a standstill following Bhima Koregaon violence that killed one  DNA1 month ago
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BJP MP quits party, Lok Sabha; to share dais with Rahul

Bharatiya Janata Party MP from Maharashtra Nana Patole, a critic of the central and state governments' handling of agrarian issues, resigned from the party and the Lok Sabha on Friday, accusing the saffron party of failing to keep the promises it made to the people. Announcing his decision, which comes a day before the first phase polling in Gujarat, Patole told reporters that he would join Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi at a rally in Ahmedabad on December 11.   Patole though said ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Competing for middle-order slot excites me: Shreyas Iyer

'I should only be looking at improving my game and not think about who are my competitors' IMAGE:   Shreyas Iyer. Photograph: Facebook. With 16 months left for the World Cup, India have a couple of middle-order slots still up for grabs and Shreyas Iyer sees this as an 'opportunity', as he tries to make a case for himself in the coming days.   Iyer is seen as one of the contenders for either No 4 or 5 position in the ODI line-up and will be competing with the likes of Ajinkya ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago

A big win for the Media. And the Republic

The Bombay high court order quashing the gag order on reporting the court proceedings in the Sohrabuddin encounter case is a victory for every journalist,, and Indian, says Neeta Kolhatkar.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Nine journalists along with the BrihanMumbai Union of Journalists filed a petition challenging Special CBI Judge S J Sharma's decision preventing the publication of the daily proceedings in the Sohrabuddin Sheikh, Kausar Bi and Tulsiram Prajapati fake encounter case.
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Key Earnings Report; Galaxy Surfactants IPO; Maruti Suzuki, Tata Steel and Top Cues to Sway Markets Today

Posted by Equitymaster On Thursday, Indian share markets ended lower, snapping a six-day record-setting rally, as profit-taking hit IT stocks while large state-run lenders slid as they stood to receive less money than expected from a government ...
 Equitymaster.com3 weeks ago
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Mevani-Khalid event cancelled, duo booked for Maha violence

The Mumbai police refused permission for an event to be attended by Dalit leader Jignesh Mevani and student leader Umar Khalid on Thursday, as their Pune counterparts booked the duo for making “provocative” speeches that led to caste clashes and violence in Maharashtra. The police action came a day after a bandh called by Prakash Ambedkar’s ‘Bharip Bahujan Mahasangh’, and supported by some other organisations, crippled normal life in Mumbai and several other ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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