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  • Mumbai: MNS workers arrested for vandalising Congress office near Azad Maidan

    Mumbai: The face-off between Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) and the Congress turned ugly on Friday with MNS leader Sandeep Deshpande and seven other party workers being arrested for vandalising the Mumbai Regional Congress Committee office near Azad Maidan on Friday morning.

  • Mumbai Congress headquarters vandalised

    Mumbai, Some unknown persons vandalised the Mumbai Regional Congress Committee office at Azad Maidan here on Friday morning, a party official said.

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    Mumbai: Congress cites violation of terms in awarding bid to Vidarbha Infotech for towing vans in city

    Mumbai: After five days of making allegations against the chief minister’s office (CMO) for being involved in awarding bid of towing of vans to non-technical company, Sanjay Nirupam, president of Mumbai Regional Congress Committee (MRCC) on Wednesday presented the chronology of how the Vidarbha Infotech, the bidder was given order by violating the conditions and terms in bid documents.

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    Sanjay Nirupam set to contest Lokayukta’s order to end probe in Bombay High Court

    Mumbai: Maharashtra’s Lokayukta M L Tahaliyani on September 14, closed investigations into a complaint of misuse of office against Shiv Sena minister Ravindra Waikar. The Lokayukta ruling made no case against him, which Sanjay Nirupam, President of Mumbai Regional Congress Committee(MRCC) said he will contest in the Bombay High Court, once they get the copy.

  • Congress alleges mega-scam in Samruddhi corridor project

    Mumbai: Even as the state Congress has warned of an agitation over the increased surcharge on petrol, Mumbai Regional Congress Committee president Sanjay Nirupam on Friday accused Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis of practicing favouritism in the Mumbai-Nagpur Super Communication (Samruddhi Corridor) project.

  • BMC elections: Sanjay Nirupam offers to quit, new city Congress chief on cards

    Mumbai: After the Congress party faced major electoral drubbing in the civic polls, Sanjay Nirupam the Mumbai Regional Congress Committee (MRCC) President tendered his resignation to his party high command in Delhi. Though his resignation has not been accepted officially, two names doing rounds are Bhai Jagtaap and Gurudas Kamat.

  • 1,400 people aspire to get Congress ticket for BMC polls

    Mumbai : Mumbai Congress has received nearly 1,400 applications from aspiring candidates to contest the upcoming municipal elections in the megapolis, party’s city unit president Sanjay Nirupam said here today.

  • Top Shiv Sena leaders are involved in tablet scam: Sanjay Nirupam, Congress

    Maximum City will witness one of the most interesting electoral battles fought in the history of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) this time around. To be held in 18 months from now, most of the parties have begun work to realise their dream of ruling Asia’s richest local self-government body, which  has an annual budget higher than some of the small states in the country.