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MNS general secretary Pravin Darekar quits
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MNS general secretary Pravin Darekar quits

Darekar met party president Raj Thackeray and handed over his resignation. Thackeray's decision on Darekar's resignation letter was not yet known. Darekar was an MNS legislator who lost from Magathane constituency in northwest Mumbai to Shiv Sena's ... Business Standard India, 18 hours ago

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Jokes on MNS, Raj Thackeray go viral across social media

Nothing seems to be hunky dory for Maharashtra Navnirman Sena president Raj Thackeray after his party's back to back defeats in the Lok Sabha and the recent state Assembly elections. The defeat has hurt the nine-year-old party's prospects so much ...
 India Today5 hours ago Raj Replaces Rahul as Butt of Social Media Jokes  New Indian Express1 day ago Raj Thackeray attacks four parties for squabbling over seats  Indian Express3 weeks ago
Indian Express

Rout in Maha polls: Is it end of road for Raj Thackeray-led-MNS?

Raj Thackeray led-Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) which was once seen as 'massiah' of Marathi manoos and threat to the existence of Shiv Sena after Bal Thackeray's death is struggling hard to survive in the State politics. The party which won 12 ...
 Oneindia2 days ago BJP is Mumbai's new hero, Raj Thackeray's MNS reduced to a zero  Economic Times3 days ago The fall and steeper fall of MNS  DNA India3 days ago MNS draws a blank in Mumbai, stares at dead end  Indian Express3 days ago

MNS’ first list of 153 candidates out

A day after pitru paksha, MNS chief Raj Thackeray released his first list of 153 candidates on Thursday. The list contains a few sitting MLAs and the remaining are all new faces. The MNS list has come up before the major political parties Congress-NCP and ...
 Asian Age3 weeks ago MNS readies list of 100 candidates, Raj starts interviews  Times of India1 month ago Party wise Trends/Tally  ZeeNews.com4 days ago

BJP and Sena prepare for remarriage as saffron party pushes for absolute majority

The people's verdict is out but the wait for a new government is far from over in Maharashtra. Bolstered by the support of Independent MLAs and smaller parties, the BJP is biding time to decide on the NCP's unilateral and unconditional outside ...
 Capital Bay2 days ago

The ten big upsets

VINOD GHOSALKAR (SHIV SENA, DAHISAR): Sitting Shiv Sena MLA from Dahisar, Ghosalkar had been out on bail after being charged with assault. He was defeated by BJP's Manisha Chaudary, a corporator, by a margin of 38,578 votes. Shiv Sena councillor ...
 Indian Express3 days ago

Spoils of five-point duel

Mumbai, Oct. 19: The BJP today emerged as the largest party in Maharashtra with 122 seats and inched close towards forming the next government. With partner Rashtriya Samaj Paksha winning from one constituency, the alliance has 123 seats, 22 short ...
 Calcutta Telegraph3 days ago
Business Standard India

BJP leads in Maha, will need allies for govt formation

As counting progressed through Sunday for the Maharashtra Assembly, early indications showed the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leading in 114 seats, making it the single largest party by a mile and establishing it as the frontrunner to form a ...
 Business Standard India4 days ago It's BJP versus the rest in Maharashtra's 4-cornered, high stakes election  IBNLive India News1 week ago

The election gamble (Live): Cong's Nitesh Rane's son Narayan Rane wins from Kankavli, Maha

New Delhi , Oct 19: Amid anticipations and apprehensions, the electoral process came to a peaceful end. While both the BJP and the Congress have parted ways with their respective alliances, it is time to see whether how badly or not it hurts. The ...
 Oneindia4 days ago

Leaders across parties give BJP thumbs down

Anant Gadgil The Asian Age spoke to leaders of main political parties in Maharashtra in order to gauge their mood. The leaders predicted their winners and losers, but refrained from naming the next chief minister. The only exception was Shiv Sena leader ...
 Asian Age1 week ago
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