Nationalist Congress Party leader Ajit Pawar on Wednesday told party candidate Rajendra Yadav, who is contesting against former chief minister Prithviraj Chavan from Karad South, to withdraw from the fray and it declared support to Congress rebel ... Times of India, 15 hours ago
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Says the former chief minister cleared several UDD files in just 15 days. NCP leader Ajit Pawar said on Wednesday that he was making use of the Right to Information (RTI) Act to scrutinise a large number of files that former chief minister ...Mumbai Mirror, 12 hours ago NCP's Ajit Pawar declares assets worth Rs 38.68 crore Financial Express, 5 days ago Ajit Pawar declares assets worth Rs 38.68 crore Indian Express, 5 days ago After making Sule sweat it out, Jankar's party trains guns on Ajit Indian Express, 1 week ago
MUMBAI: In a sign that the ruling alliance is uncertain about being voted back in the elections, both chief minister Prithviraj Chavan and deputy chief minister Ajit Pawar have shifted several senior officials in their establishment. The officials, ...Times of India, 1 week ago
After snapping ties with Congress in the run up to the October 15 Maharashtra polls, the Sharad Pawar led NCP has decided to support Congress rebel Vilas Patil Undalkar against Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan from Karad South assembly constituency.Outlook India, 15 hours ago Maharashtra polls: NCP backs Congress rebel against Prithviraj Chavan for Karad seat DNA, 17 hours ago NCP backs Congress rebel against Prithviraj Chavan for Karad seat Economic Times, 17 hours ago NCP backs Cong rebel against Prithviraj Chavan for Karad Rediff.com, 18 hours ago
Maharashtra deputy chief minister Ajit Pawar today said though monsoon has arrived late, with spell of fresh rainfall, an adequate water storage has been done in the state. Pawar told reporters at the sidelines of a party meeting of the NCP's ...Business Standard India, 2 months ago
After toppling the Prithviraj Chavan-led government, Karad (Satara district), his hometown, appears to be the next battle ground for the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), which has trained its guns on him. Raising questions over decisions taken ...Mid Day, 5 hours ago NCP retreats in Karad, only to give Prithviraj Chavan sleepless nights DNA India, 7 hours ago
Chandrakant Manik Kadam (45) is a visually impaired liftman who resides in a 15-by-10-foot room in a little-known village in Baramati. Like the village he hails from — Bhoitewadi, very few will know of Kadam. But all that's about to change very ...Mid Day, 3 days ago
Prev By PTI | Posted 01-Oct-2014 The Nationalist Congress Party has decided to support an independent candidate -- Congress rebel Vilas Patil Undalkar -- against former Maharashtra chief minister Prithviraj Chavan in the Karad (South) ...Mid Day, 14 hours ago Maharashtra polls: NCP plots Prithviraj Chavan's downfall; backs Congress against him Mid Day, 15 hours ago
Maharashtra will witness many politicians battling it out against their relatives who are contesting as candidates of rival parties to enter the Assembly. Ashish Deshmukh, nephew of NCP leader and Food and Civil Supplies minister Anil Deshmukh, is ...The Week, 1 day ago Relatives contest from rival parties in Maharashtra polls Deccan Chronicle, 1 day ago Maharashtra polls: Relatives to slug it out in assembly elections Business Standard India, 1 day ago Relatives to slug it out in Maharashtra poll ring ZeeNews.com, 1 day ago
g other things aims to train and mentor women IT professionals. Recently, Microsoft announced its plans to train and mentor one million women students, women IT professionals and women entrepreneurs in the next 12 months in India. NIIT will be the ...Business Standard India, 22 hours ago Microsoft joins hands with NIIT to train women IT professionals in India India TV, 21 hours ago
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