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Maharashtra: ‘Samvidhan Bachao’ rally by Opposition, BJP’s ‘Tiranga March’ on January 26

Republic Day 2018: NCP MLA Jitendra Awhad said, “We have been communicated that already a cultural function is scheduled at Gateway of India. But nobody has asked us not to hold the rally.”

Shiv Sena steps up attack, distributes booklet on BJP govt ‘scams’

The recent aggression of the Shiv Sena is perceived to be due to the imminent induction of Narayan Rane in the state’s cabinet.

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BJP is free to take call on alliance: Shiv Sena

Shiv Sena has been resentful of the BJP’s concerted drive to expand its footprint in Maharashtra, which is reflected in the constant criticism of the BJP through its mouthpiece Saamana.

I shouldn't have written on my private discussion with Sharad Pawar: Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut

Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut said he should not have made public his 'private discussion' with Sharad Pawar in which the NCP supremo had purportedly told him that the Prime Minister had offered a Cabinet berth to his daughter Supriya Sule.

Sena’s new normal

Shiv Sena has toned down. But other parties have imbibed its extermist tactics

Every party has its own agenda in wooing Marathi manoos

Barely seven months after the assembly polls, identity politics is the flavour of Maharashtra politics.

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Fadnavis dares Cong, Sena to bring no trust vote

Fadnavis asserted that the government strictly adhered to the rules, and that there was no deviation from the Constitutional norms.

Express 5: Sena to go with BJP; India to send 50 names for black money probe

We recommend that you go through these five stories from The Indian Express before starting your day.

Raj Thackeray attacks four parties for squabbling over seats

The rally was also attended by candidates standing on MNS ticket from all the assembly pockets of Mumbai.

Nilesh Rane to contest against NCP minister

In another development, former NCP minister Babanrao Panchpute has decided to join the BJP on Wednesday.

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