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  • Bhayandar: Office-bearers lock and walk-out of MBMC offices

    Bhayandar: The ongoing tussle between BJP-led governance in Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation (MBMC) and civic chief Dr. Naresh Gite flared on Friday, after all office-bearers including the Mayor, Deputy Mayor, Standing Committee Chairman, House Leader, Chairperson and Deputy Chairperson of Women and Child Welfare panel, locked their offices in the civic headquarters.

  • Maharashtra: Congress cannot be an alternative to BJP till 2024, says Prakash Ambedkar

    Mumbai: Prakash Ambedkar, president of Bharip Bahujan Mahasangh (BBM) and strong critic of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on Friday praised him for his clean and non-corrupt image. Analysing current political situation, Ambedkar claimed Congress cannot become an alternative to the BJP till 2024 because of its low credibility. He also predicted that the BJP will go for concurrent elections of Lok Sabha and assembly polls in several states in December this year.

  • Bhopal: BJP wants to create rift within Congress: Bawaria

    Bhopal: The BJP wants to create a rift within Congressmen, and this is the reason it is time and again raising the issue of CM face in Madhya Pradesh, alleged AICC general secretary Deepak Bawaria. “I am damn sure that BJP wants to know who will be projected as CM, but in Congress things are decided after proper deliberation and taking others into confidence,” said the state in-charge Bawaria while addressing a

  • Thane: BJP corporator Mahesh Patil arrested for plotting murder

    Mumbai: The Anti-extortion cell of the Thane crime branch have arrested Mahesh Patil, a Bhartiya Janata Party Corporator from Dombivili along with his aides Sujit Nalawade and Vijay Bakade, for plotting the murder of Corporator Kunal Dinkar Patil, an independent Corporator from Dombivali.

  • Bhopal: Agar no exception: MPs, MLAs at loggerheads in many districts

    Bhopal: Supporters of MP Manohar Untwal beating up MLA Gopal Parmar at Agar during the Ekatma Yatra, has set alarm bells ringing in the state BJP. Though the dispute between the two erupted into the open at Agar, the fact is that MLAs and MPs are at warpath in many districts of the state.

  • Arvind Kejriwal should quit on ‘moral grounds’: Congress, BJP demand

    New Delhi: After the Election Commission on Friday recommended to President Ram Nath Kovind that 20 AAP MLAs did hold office of profit as Parliamentary Secretaries and hence are liable to be disqualified, both Congress and BJP demanded that Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal should resign.

  • Congress ‘sacrificing’ national interest: BJP

    New Delhi: The BJP on Friday accused the Congress of putting its self-interest over national interest after it attacked the government over the Doklam issue, and said its “love for China” was very visible of late.

  • Maharashtra government in talks with BMC to ban plastic

    In a news that would cheer the environment enthusiasts and also save the nature, Maharashtra government has started preparations to ban all kinds of plastic bags along with a few other plastic items. State Environment Minister Ramdas Kadam will be meeting heads of all the local bodies of the Konkan region along with public representatives, on Thursday, to discuss effective implementation of the ban.

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    Ujjain: Do not play dirty at Mahakal, Cong workers sound BJP

    Ujjain: A memorandum was placed at King Vikramaditya’s statue under the leadership of Congress leader Vivek Yadav oppose irregularities at Mahakaleshwar Temple. It also demanded that mythology should not be tampered with. The memorandum stated that if dictatorship of BJP leaders at the temple did not end, then the Congress would organise a mass awareness rally to save archaeological and mythological significance.

  • Bhopal: People in my constituency drinking water mixed with sewage: Shejwar

    Bhopal: During discussion on a proposal of the urban development department regarding water supply and sewage management projects, forest minister Gaurishankar Shejwar said that the people of his constituency were being forced to drink water mixed with sewage. He said that sewage from Bhopal was polluting the drinking water sources in his constituency Raisen.

  • Bhopal: Ekatma Yatra: MP’s crony thrashes MLA

    Bhopal: The professed objective of the ‘Ekatma Yatra’, being taken out by the government at the initiative of the Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, is to promote social harmony. However, on Thursday, the Yatra itself turned ugly, thanks to factionalism within the saffron party.

  • Bhopal: Shivraj Singh Chouhan slaps, shoves his bodyguard

    Bhopal: A video showing chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan hitting his security man in Dhar on Monday has gone viral on social media. This has landed Chouhan in a fresh controversy. Chouhan is seen slapping the security man and pushing him away from the crowd.

  • Bhopal: CBI files charge sheet against 95 accused

    Bhopal: The Central Bureau of Investigation on Tuesday filed charge sheet before the special court here against 95 accused including 83 candidates, four Vyapam officials and eight middlemen in a case pertaining to irregularities committed in Samvida Shala Shikshak Patrata Pariksha Varg-3 examination conducted by Vyapam in 2011.

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    Elections likely in six months, be prepared: CM Devendra Fadnavis tells BJP party workers

    Mumbai: Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has asked the leaders of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to ensure the backward class do not get wrong message about the party and it’s activities. While addressing party functionaries at Vasant Smruti, party office at Dadar on Tuesday, Fadnavis also appealed them to be prepared for election in the next six months.

  • Bofors case: SC tells BJP leader to explain locus in filing appeal quashed by Delhi HC

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court today asked BJP leader Ajay Agrawal to explain his locus in filing an appeal in the politically-sensitive Rs 64 crore Bofors pay-offs case. A bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra noted that the CBI has not filed any appeal in the apex court challenging the May 31, 2005 Delhi High Court judgement and asked the petitioner to explain his locus in the case.