The ‘Make in India’, and ‘Make in Maharashtra’ being pushed by the new regimes at the Centre and the state are the driving force behind the move to revive SEZ projects.
Tells them to keep a specific day aside every week to meet party workers and address problems, like Modi did when he was chief minister of Gujarat.
Raosaheb Dave, anointed as the president of the BJP state unit talks about the challenges ahead.
CM Fadnavis' alliance talk comes a day after BJP top leaders issued a veil warning to Shiv Sena to reckon the growing political might of the party.
The main objective of the new policy is to secure the farmers from being exploited at the hands of private money lenders by consolidating their financial position when they avail loans from banks.
Fadnavis told KATC that the decision should be workable and sustainable and not taken without ascertaining related issues.
The conclave which coincides with Modi's one year and Fadnavis six months government will see organisation playing the role of ambassadors to carry the reforms to masses.
Visits kin of Vidarbha farmers who committed suicide.
Fadnavis stressed the need of a roadmap to tackle the plastic menace, the biggest challenge in the rapidly growing urban India.
Shandong Hi-Speed Group to work with MSRDC and MMRDA to upgrade infrastructure.
PM Narendra Modi has conveyed clearly to the state government that there is no option to review the Jaitapur decision.
Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray has repeatedly issued threats to take to the streets against the Jaitapur project.
Devendra Fadnavis stressed that Mumbai and Shanghai were looking at each other for mutual economic benefits.
The chief minister reiterated that Maharashtra was keen on partnership with China on developing infrastructure.
Fadnavis, who arrived in China on Thursday morning, had a busy schedule meeting business delegations to attract investments for the state.
State plans to project Dunhuang and Aurangabad as ‘sister cities’ as both are known for Buddhist caves
Shubhangi Khapre on the row that has been stalling Parliament.
The flip-flop of Congress-NCP govt in 15 years on small and medium scale industries lead to closure of almost 2.5 lakh units across state.
Fadnavis says Maharashtra will always lead in attracting investments.
There is some ambiguity over the budget on whether the additional allocations would scale upto Rs 1,200 crore or Rs 2,400 crore.
Sena and BJP leaders, in turn, have asked why the NCP should be so concerned about the fate of the coalition government instead of setting the NCP house in order.
Vidarbha accounts for 60 seats and Marathwada 48 seats, together accounting for nearly 85 per cent of the strength.
"My strategy is not to have any pre-poll alliance. If necessary, we can consider post-poll alliances," said Chavan.
Scarcity of resources, rising aspirations have led to dissension across state.
Says Maharashtra will learn from Israel's agro-technology to tackle farmer suicides in Vidarbha and Marathwada.
"It’s (Tel Aviv) a brilliant planning and management. It is the meticulous planning and use of modern technology which we can inherit from Israel to smarten our urban cities," says Devendra Fadnavis.
Party believes it will have to stop the march of MIM in the state and regain its traditional Muslim vote base.
As BJP and Congress make inroads in state, two main Ambedkarite parties struggle to retain their support base.
Of 32 lakh hectares of irrigated farmland in the state, drip irrigation is confined to only 6 lakh hectare.
He said that he would also look at technologies that minimise overall input costs & ensure higher dividends to farmers.
The state government has increased the budget allocation from Rs 4,000 to Rs 12,000 for the construction of one toilet.
CM Fadnavis is closely monitoring the situation and directed officials to extend all the help needed to Nepal.
Fadnavis said Maharashtra would have to rise to challenge posed by natural calamity, that has adversely hit 90 lakh farmers.
The government has currently deployed 900 water tankers, almost 700 in Marathwada alone, in drought-hit villages.
In Aurangabad, the Congress won only 10 seats, NCP 3 seats and others managed 19 seats.
The party has categorically conveyed to the BJP that it cannot accept the land bill in present form.