KCR visits Gurdwara Hazur Sahib in Nanded
KCR urges PM Modi for JPC probe into Adani crisis
It is my request to PM that Adani Group is involved in such big scam and it should be discussed in joint parliamentary committee, saysTelangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao.
Only Upendra Kushwaha can tell what’s going on in his mind & about his intentions. If a person has issue with their party & their intentions are right,they will speak on party’s forum but instead,they’re speaking about it publically,then something is wrong:Lalan Singh,JD(U) Chief.
West Bengal BJP MLA Suman Kanjilal joins Trinamool Congress in Kolkata
Those who’re spreading rumours of me joining BJP are those who don’t have answers to my questions. Why should I join BJP? I’m trying to protect JD(U), says Upendra Kushwaha, National Parliamentary Board President, JD(U).
Have called meeting to find solution to save JD(U), says Upendra Kushwaha
I have been working to protect the JD(U) for so long, but CM Nitish Kumar is not paying much attention to this & that’s why I have called a meeting of party workers so that we can find a solution to save this party: Upendra Kushwaha, National Parliamentary Board President, JD(U)
Within 10 days, BRS vehicles will go to all 288 Assembly constituencies in Maharashtra to form farmers’ committees, says K Chandrasekhar Rao in Maharashtra
Kamal Nath should answer. He had said that under ‘Mera Khet, Mera Talab’ scheme, to maintain the groundwater level, bank loans would be made available at concessional interest rates. But, nobody was given a loan at concessional interest rates. What became
‘Abki baar, kisan sarkar,’ says KCR at rally in Nanded
Maharashtra sees most number of farmer suicides, says KCR at rally in Nanded
Even after 75 yrs of independence, many places in the country don’t have access to drinking water&also water for irrigation. It’s a matter of sadness that Maharashtra sees the most no. of farmer suicides, saysKC Rao, Telangana CM & BRS chief at a public meeting in Nanded, Maharashtra.
Trinamool Congress releases election manifesto for upcoming Tripura elections
Leaders of various political parties from Maharashtra to join in BRS party in the presence of K Chandrashekar Rao at Maharashtra’s Nanded
Tamil Nadu CM MK Stalin writes to PM Modi requesting to provide necessary relaxations in the procurement norms for mitigating the impact of unseasonal rains on the Samba crop in the Cauvery Delta
BJP MLA Aravind Limbavali, Congress MLA Ramalinga Reddy were seen distributing pressure cookers among votersBJP MLA Aravind Limbavali and Congress MLA Ramalinga Reddy distribute pressure cookers among voters
Tripura polls: Tipra Motha proposes police force under tribal council in manifesto
Tipra Motha released its manifesto for the Tripura assembly elections, promising to fight for ‘Greater Tipraland’, besides a police force for the tribal council, 20,000 new jobs and a one-time package for militants who surrender.
Addressing a press conference on Saturday, Tipra Motha chief Pradyot Debbarma said non-tribals living in the tribal council area will not be forced out, and Rs 25,000 per month will be given to all ‘samajpatis’ of the indigenous tribes.
“None of our rivals, be it Motha (Tipra Motha Party), Congress or CPI(M), can fight us. We have done good work here with transparency. We are also working along the lines of how PM Modi is running the country. Law andorder situation is good here,” Tripura CM Manik Saha said during campaigning.
Tripura CM Manik Saha holds door-to-door campaign in Goala Basti and Masterpara areas of Agartala ahead of polls
MoS Sports Nisith Pramanik, other dignitaries flag off half marathon organized by the NF Railway in a bid to empower sports activities in the Northeast
Greater Tipraland not possible, says Tripura CM
Tripura Chief Minister Manik Saha on Saturday asserted that the fulfilling of Greater Tipraland demand by the Tipra Motha will “not be possible” because “its proposed boundary passes through not only Assam and Mizoram but also neighbouring Bangladesh”.
He also alleged that the regional party is “trying to fish in troubled waters” in the upcoming assembly elections and is indulging in “creating division between tribal and non-tribal people”.
“What is the boundary of Greater Tipraland? I heard that its proposed boundary passes through not only Assam and Mizoram but also neighbouring Bangladesh. Will they accept the proposal of Greater Tipraland?
“It is is not possible,” he said during the BJP’s ‘Vijay Sankalp’ rally in South Tripura’s Belonia.
Cong fields Bajrang Mahto for Ramgarh by-poll; AJSU party candidate files nomination
The Congress on Saturday announced Bajrang Kumar Mahto as its candidate for the by-election to the Ramgarh assembly seat in Jharkhand, a party official said.
Mahto is the husband of Mamta Devi, whose disqualification necessitated the by-election to be held on February 27.
“Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge has approved Bajrang Kumar Mahto as Congress candidate for the ensuing by-election to the Legislative Assembly of Jharkhand from Ramgarh constituency,” a party statement said.
TMC members working for own benefits have no future in the party: Abhishek Banerjee
Amid sporadic protests faced by its leaders during the ongoing mass outreach campaign, TMC general secretary Abhishek Banerjee on Saturday said party members working for their “own benefits” have no future in the organisation.
Banerjee, while addressing a mega rally at Keshpur in West Midnapore district, also made it clear that party supremo and Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee would take a call on who get tickets for the panchayat polls, which are due this year.
“The party has an eye on everyone; it clearly knows which gram pradhan is working for the people and those working for own benefits. However, those who think that they can continue working for themselves, are mistaken. Mend your ways or else you won’t have any future in our party,” he said.