Congress lashed at BJP over Union minister Suresh Angadi’s remark ‘airport and trains are full and people are getting married’ when asked about the lower economic status of the country. Congress accused that such statements are made in order to hide the reality pertaining to the serious matter and thereby
Congress decided to hold protest across the country over raising dissent against the flows of BJP led government in centre. The strikes against the government in district and state level will be concluded before November 25, KC Venugopal AICC General Secretary said.
Sena -NCP-Congress, the three party coalitions is reportedly heading to form government in the state. The three parties would likely to meet Governor today. They are reportedly making deliberations over 50- 50 power sharing including Chief Ministerial portfolio. The parties have already formed a Common Minimum Programme (CMP).
he three-judge panel comprising NV Ramana, Sanjeev Khanna and Krishna Murari opinionated that speaker has not been entrusted with the power to disqualify MLAs to the their full tenure till 2023. The speaker disqualified 14 Congress MLAs and 2 JD(S) MLAs and banned them from contesting polls till the end
A five-judge constitution bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi will issue order. Apex court will pass verdict judgment on two important cases disqualification of 17 Karnataka MLAs and the constitutional validity of the Finance Act 2017.
President Ramnadh Kovind signed the proclamation imposing President rule in Maharashtra as recommended by Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari's report on Tuesday. The central cabinet nodded the recommendation over President rule soon after received the report from the governor.
The students alleged that as a Vice- chancellor he failed to have performed his duty in a democratic manner. The students reinforced their demanded to withdraw the revised dress code and hiked fees. The revised hostel fee include service charge, refunded mess security charge hiked from RS 5.500 to RS
After seventeen days has passed, the political chaos since the assembly election in Maharashtra still groups in murk. The state would likely to go under Presidential rule after all effort made by Shiv Sena to form government with NCP and congress did not find fruitful. Governor called on NCP, the
Sena all set to meet Governor at Rajbhavan reportedly after made communication with Congress over government formation. Congress reportedly decided to provide outside support to Sena after its crucial meeting today which ended minutes before. Sena chief Udhav Thackeray reportedly talked to Congress
Student protest at JNU continues aggressive as the authorities take no bid to resolve the issue. The students demand university authorities to hold with. So far no move for dialogue was made by the authorities over the student protest.