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High Court dismisses PIL seeking prosecution of Rane father-son
Afternoon Despatch & Courier

Bombay High Court rejects plea seeking probe on 'hate speech' ...

The Bombay high court on Wednesday dismissed a Public Interest Litigation which sought action against Narayan and Nitesh Rane for allegedly making a hate speech against Gujaratis last year. DNA, 3 days ago
HC dismisses PIL seeking prosecution of Rane father-son Press Trust of India, 4 days ago
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In ghar wapsi, Nimhan quits Cong, joins Shiv Sena as city unit chief

VinayakNimhan, a confidant of senior Congress leader Narayan Rane, has quit the Congress to rejoin the Shiv Sena. The party has entrusted him with the responsibility of heading the Pune city unit of the party. Nimhan, who contested the recent ...
 Indian Express3 days ago Ex-Congress MLA, Rane aide Vinayak Nimhan joins Shiv Sena  Business Standard India3 days ago PTI - NIMHAN(bes31) - Ex-Congress MLA, Rane aide Vinayak Nimhan joins Shiv Sena  Namibia Press Agency3 days ago Former MLA Nimhan back in Sena fold  Times of India3 days ago
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Anti-Gujarati tweets: HC dismisses PIL against Ranes

Nitesh Rane Granting relief to former state minister Narayan Rane and his son Nitesh Rane, the Bombay high court on Wednesday dismissed the public interest litigation accusing them of making remarks against the Gujarati community on social media. The PIL was ...
 Asian Age3 days ago Case against Nitesh Rane over his alleged hate speech shifted to CID  Indian Express2 months ago Maharashtra government transfers probe into Ranes' hate speech against Gujaratis to CID  DNA India2 months ago
Times of India

Ashok Chavan likely to lead Congress in Maharashtra; Narayan Rane, Vilas Muttamvar among others shortlisted

NEW DELHI: Former chief minister Ashok Chavan is likely to head the Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee. He tops the high command's five probables shortlisted for the post, a senior AICC functionary told ET. The other names shortlisted are ...
 Economic Times3 days ago Post defeat, Congress set for a revamp in Maharashtra  Times of India2 months ago Chavan likely to lead Cong in Maharashtra  Economic Times3 days ago AICC hesitant to name Ashok Chavan as Maharashtra Congress president  Indian Express2 months ago

Narayan Rane aide joins Shiv Sena

Comment · print · T T T+· T- The Congress bastion in Pune, severely dented in the Maharashtra Assembly elections, received another jolt on Wednesday with city strongman and former MLA from Shivajinagar, Vinayak Nimhan, defecting to the ...
 The Hindu4 days ago
The Freepress Journal

Congress's Naresh Rane endorses conversions, cites Sydney cafe siege to back claim

Narayan Rane's son Nitesh Rane. (Source: Indian Express) Congress leader and former MP Nilesh Rane on Tuesday said as many people as possible should be converted to Hinduism to put an end to incidents like the Sydney cafe siege. A day after ...
 Indian Express1 month ago Congress leader Nilesh Rane stirs controversy, advocates conversion to prevent Sydney-like incidents  DNA India1 month ago Nilesh Rane uses Sydney siege to advocate religious conversion  ZeeNews.com1 month ago Nilesh Rane advocates conversion after Sydney incident  The Freepress Journal1 month ago
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IndiaTV News

Like Congress CMs, Fadnavis will also have to wait for orders from Delhi: Narayan Rane

Mumbai: Senior Congress leader Narayan Rane said that Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis won’t be able to run the government ‘smoothly’ as he will also have to wait for orders from Delhi just like the Congress leaders were doing ...
 IndiaTV News2 months ago Rane says Fadnavis honest but lacks experience, may not be able to deliver  Times of India2 months ago Fadnavis lacks administrative skills, acumen to run govt: Narayan Rane  First Post.com2 months ago Fadnavis lacks acumen to run govt: Rane  Business Standard2 months ago
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Afternoon Despatch & Courier

Golden Chappal for Arvind Bhosale

Staunch Shivsainik fulfills his vow of not wearing footwear till Narayan Rane is defeated Nine years to this day, that is on November 21, 2005, diehard Shiv Sainik from Worli, Arvind Bhosale took a vow before his family presiding deity Vaitoba ...
 Afternoon Despatch & Courier2 months ago Shiv Sena leaders to gift Arvind Bhosale gold chappals to celebrate Rane's loss  First Post.com2 months ago After 9-year wait, Sena man to wear gold chappals to celebrate Narayan Rane's loss  Hindustan Times2 months ago A Sainik Who Showed the Shiv Sena How to Fight  New Indian Express2 months ago
The Freepress Journal

Narayan Rane and son Nitesh fail to appear before Bombay High Court in anti-Gujarati remarks case

Narayan Rane and son Nitesh fail to appear before Bombay High Court in anti-Gujarati remarks case
 DNA1 month ago Narayan Rane and son fail to appear before Bombay High Court  The Freepress Journal1 month ago Narayan Rane, Son Fail to Appear Before Bombay HC  Outlook1 month ago
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Expert panel to rectify Rane report

There were certain flaws in the Narayan Rane committee report and so the Bombay high court stayed the implementation of 16 per cent reservation in public service and educational institutions to the Maratha community in the state. This was conveyed to the ...
 Asian Age2 months ago Bombay high court: Glaring flaws in Narayan Rane panel report  Asian Age2 months ago
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