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Why a former CM is in the battle of his life

A rebellion by NCP leaders in Sindhudurg may scuttle Congress MP Nilesh Rane's chances of regaining the seat. Neeta Kolhatkar explains the politics behind the turmoil in Maharashtra's Konkan region. Sindhudurg, the bastion of Maharashtra Revenue Minister Narayan Rane and his sons, has been in political turmoil this past fortnight. When an elected legislator of the Congress party's main ally, the Nationalist Congress Party, protests against his leadership (imagine taking on Maratha strongman ... Rediff.com, 5 days ago

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Mumbai bus strike enters Day 2; thousands hit

Notwithstanding the Bombay high court order asking the protesting BEST drivers and conductors to call off their stir, the employees continued their agitation for the second day on Wednesday, inconveniencing thousands of commuters in Mumbai and suburbs. Drivers and conductors of Mumbai’s public bus service, Brihanmumbai Electric Supply & Transport (BEST), had been on a flash strike since Tuesday to protest the new computerised scheduling system. Bus services continued to remain ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago End Mumbai bus strike now, HC orders BEST workers  Rediff.com2 weeks ago BEST flash strike leaves thousands stranded across Mumbai  Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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1 killed, 3 injured as local train derails in Mumbai

One person was killed and three others injured after five coaches of a suburban train derailed near Titwala in Thane district, railway authorities said. The mishap, which occurred when the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus-bound local train derailed near Titwala, also threw traffic on the Central line out of gear. "Five coaches of the N-18 (Kasara-CST) local derailed between Titwala and Ambivli stations (61 km from CST) at 2.30 pm today, resulting in the death of one person and injuries to three ...
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'Rahul has not yet come into mainstream politics'

'Congress is on the defensive about scams and corruption charges.' 'The media is against the UPA.''The Nehru family is not just another family; it is a national wealth.' Kerala Chief Minister Oomen Chandy speaks to Rediff.com's Shobha Warrier in an exclusive interview.Kerala Chief Minister Oomen Chandy is busy these days and that's not because he is out campaigning for the Lok Sabha elections.Kerala votes on April 10. Yet Chandy, right, below, looks relaxed and confident as most surveys have ...
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First list: Which party tops in candidates with criminal records?

Various political parties have released their first list of candidates for the Lok Sabha elections. But how do they fare in the criminal case barometer? Vicky Nanjappa finds out.   According to the Association for Democratic Reforms, out of 70 candidates analysed, 34 candidates (49 per cent) had declared in all 224 criminal cases against them in their previous election affidavit.  Of these, the Shiv Sena is currently leading . Out of the 14 declared by them in the first list ...
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Sindhuratna fire could have started in sailors' deck: Navy

The fire on board the submarine INS Sindhuratna could have started from the sailors' deck above the battery pit of the vessel, Navy said on Tuesday. "A preliminary assessment of damage sustained onboard was carried out by a specialist team of Western Naval Command. Based on preliminary inspection of third compartment (sailors' accommodation), the likely seat of fire has been indicated as the mess deck, which is located one deck above the battery bit," a Navy release said. Certain electric ...
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Gadkari-Raj closeness could 'affect' alliance, hints Sena

Reacting to the meeting of former Bharatiya Janata Party chief Nitin Gadkari with Maharashtra Navnirman Sena leader Raj Thackeray in Mumbai, the Shiv Sena on Tuesday said if a senior leader from BJP supports Raj or Sharad Pawar, it can affect the alliance. "It can affect the 'Mahayuti' (grand alliance) if a senior leader from BJP meets Raj Thackeray and Nationalist Congress Party chief Sharad Pawar," Sena spokesperson Sanjay Raut told media persons. The Sena leader also expressed confidence of ...
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2 missing INS Sindhuratna officers dead

Confirming worst fears, Indian Navy on Thursday said two of its officers, who had gone missing after a mishap onboard submarine INS Sindhuratna off Mumbai coast on Wednesday, had died. The bodies of Lieutenant Commander Kapish Munwal and Lieutenant Manoranjan Kumar were located in a compartment in the vessel, which has returned to the harbour. "The two officers who were earlier declared missing have been located in the compartment and after examination by medical officers, both the officers ...
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Why Maharashtra's toll policy isn't wrong

Raj Thackeray and the MNS protested against highway tolls in Maharashtra to demonstrate that it still has political clout, says Neeta Kolhatkar. The Maharashtra Navnirman Sena's campaign against toll collection in the state began in January and took many by surprise. Initially it resonated with the public, but as reports of vandalism and violence began appearing, the MNS lost the plot. MNS leader Raj Thackeray's grouse is that tolls have been collected for highways, expressways and flyovers for ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago With promise of new toll policy, Maha govt pacifies Raj Thackeray  Rediff.com2 months ago Anti-toll agitation: Police serves notice to MNS workers  Rediff.com2 months ago
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MNS workers vandalise Bandra-Worli Sea Link; 16 arrested

Wielding sticks and hurling stones, hordes of the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena workers on Tuesday vandalised a toll plaza at the iconic Bandra-Worli Sea Link, even as the state's police chief said their leader Raj Thackeray's "provocative" speech that triggered the violence was being examined. Undeterred by warnings of action, over 50 MNS workers arrived at toll booth on the sea link in cabs, threatened the staff, ransacked it and damaged glass windows, a day after damaging over a score toll ...
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