It is in the shadow of Narendra Modi’s big win this summer that the 54-year-old leader’s public persona has undergone a rapid transformation.
Here are the top five stories from the Indian Express today.
BJP general secretary in-charge of Maharashtra, Rajiv Pratap Rudy, said the party wants an “alliance of equals”.
Sena chief says ‘will not shy away from responsibility’, party MP says won’t accept less than 150 seats
Uddhav, also said he was not dreaming of the chief minister’s post, but will not shy away from responsibility.
The single-phase polls will also decide fate of Pawar, Thackeray brothers.
Bete noire Narayan Rane of Congress mocks the Sena chief
E-learning will help students and teachers raise the standard of education in Maharashtra, said Uddhav.
The meeting assumes significance in the backdrop of the ongoing seat-sharing talks between Shiv Sena and BJP.
The BJP clarified that Shah’s visit to Mumbai would be confined to organisational matters and Ganpati darshan.
Nitish Rane said that he will contest from whichever constituency Thackeray decides to contest from.
The civic IT department has estimated that nearly five-six lakh mobile users in Mumbai will benefit from these applications.
Ravi Phatak is among seven Thane Congress corporators who have crossed over to Sena.
Tells Sena chief will expose his ‘misdeeds’ in Matoshree
Raj Thackeray dismissed reports that his son Amit would be joining politics.