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Ex-Maharashtra Congress president Ranjit Deshmukh quits

Deshmukh sent the fax to the party leadership announcing his decision to quit as the member of the party.

MPCC protests at CST station against rail fare hike

The protestors, including Thakare, boarded the 11.04 AM Thane local without tickets as a mark of protest.

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Narayan Rane, supporters boycott MPCC meeting

On Wednesday, Rane had created a flutter by skipping the cabinet meet even as the family said this was “purely for prior family commitments”.

Not joining new front,NCP still with Congress: Pawar

Praful Patel had confirmed NCP participation in the meeting of non-Congress and non-BJP parties in Delhi.

'If Vidarbha were a state,there would have been no farmer suicides'

Taking a departure from the “injustice” premise to push for statehood,Ashish is stressing upon progress.

MPCC adopts ‘Gandhigiri’ to spread awareness on LBT

Congress workers will visit shopkeepers and hand over roses and pamphlets explaining significance of LBT.

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Cong split over event to immerse Deshmukh ashes

A scheduled programme for the immersion of the ashes of late union minister Vilasrao Deshmukh has led to some unseemly bickering within the Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee,with supporters of the former chief minister suspicious of state Congress chief Manikrao Thakre’s initiative and some senior Congressmen preferring to distance themselves from the programme.

Thakre’s position in danger: Saamna

The Shiv Sena on Monday entered the Congress-NCP politics of one-upmanship with an editorial in its mouthpiece Saamna,which stated that Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee president Manikrao Thakre would soon experience all that can happen in politics.

Sanjay Dutt’s nomination still uncertain,all eyes on Chavan

Days before the Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) is expected to announce nominations to four Legislative Council seats that would fall vacant later this month,it appears that former MLC Sanjay Dutt could be overlooked once again,and all eyes are now on whether Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan supports Dutt’s candidature.

MPCC sets up experts’ panel to study ‘ills of urbanisation’

A committee of experts has been set up by the Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) to study and give suggestions to the government on various problems associated with growing cities.

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