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Cong alliance message to fact-finder
The Telegraph

Cong alliance message to fact-finder

Ground-level functionaries of the Congress today explained the compulsions of joining hands with the Left to Paresh Dhanani, an AICC secretary appointed by Rahul Gandhi, in a series of meetings in Calcutta over seven hours. Unlike other weekends and holidays, ... The Telegraph, 2 months ago

Cong always supportive to Bengal people in crisis: Dhanani

Congress has always been supportive to people of West Bengal in their crisis and this would be proved again in the coming days, AICC secretary Paresh Dhanani said here today. "At times of crisis in Bengal, Congress has been supportive to its people ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
AhmedabadMirror.com

Congress slams govt's claims that drought is under control

The Gujarat government has claimed that the drought situation in the state is under control. It stated that it had set up fodder stations and additional water was being supplied to affected districts in the state. However, the Congress has disputed ...
 AhmedabadMirror.com1 day ago
Hindustan Times

'Bharat Mata ki Jai, nahi to admission nahi'

The controversy surrounding 'Bharat Mata ki Jai' reached a new height in Gujarat on Sunday. Till now the slogan was being equated with patriotism by those in favour of it while the ones against it quoted religious freedom or Indian Constitution to ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago Bharat mata ki jay nahito admission nai  AhmedabadMirror.com3 weeks ago 4 Gujarat education institutes make Bharat Mata ki Jai their rule  Hindustan Times3 weeks ago In Guj school, no 'Bharat mata ki jai', no admission  Times of India3 weeks ago
Indian Express

Gujarat: 43,00 MBBS students, but only 530 doctors served in rural areas in 5 years

Gandhinagar Out of more than 4,300 MBBS students who passed out from state-run medical colleges between 2009 and 2014 in Gujarat, only 530 served in government run-hospitals in rural areas for three years as per the bond they have to sign at the ...
 DeshGujarat3 weeks ago In Gujarat, out of 4,341 doctors only 530 served in rural areas  Indian Express3 weeks ago Gujarat doctors keep away from villages  News Today3 weeks ago Gujarat: Only 530 doctors served in rural areas in five years  Economic Times3 weeks ago
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AhmedabadMirror.com

Congress to have acting president to aid Solanki

Congress plans to have a working PCC president in Gujarat soon as Bharatsinh Solanki is keeping indifferent health. Party sources said that a working president has been thought of as assembly election in the state are scheduled by the end of the ...
 AhmedabadMirror.com3 weeks ago

Pakistan released 86 fishermen out of 448, saysminister

Fisheries Minister Babubhai Bokhiria, Tuesday, informed Gujarat Assembly that out of the total 448 fishermen from Gujarat who were apprehended by Pakistan Marine Security Agency (PMSA) 86 were released recently and many of the remaining were likely ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago

Bengal polls 2016: JNU issue & 3 other reasons that may finalise Congress-CPM alliance in state

JNU issue & 3 other reasons that may finalise Congress-CPM alliance in state Posted by: Shubham Ghosh Updated: Monday, February 15, 2016, 12:59 [IST] Give your rating: On Sunday, AICC secretary Paresh Dhanani was on a trip to Kolkata to gauge the mood of the ...
 One India2 months ago
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