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Eknath Gaikwad is new Mumbai Cong chief, replaces Milind Deora

Deora resigned soon after Rahul Gandhi quit as party chief taking responsibility of the Congress's debacle in Lok Sabha elections.

Maharashtra Congress’ new plan: Separate manifesto for youth, by youth

During the Lok Sabha polls in Maharashtra, the younger voters had voted decisively in favour of the BJP. The Congress’ new outreach campaign, titled ‘Wake Up Maharashtra’, is aimed at bucking this trend.

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Cong-NCP leaders quitting as they see no future in their parties: Patil

Speaking to the media at a function to unveil the logo of Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis’ Mahajanadesh Yatra, Patil said the large scale exodus is not because of the Enforcement Directorate (ED) threat or fear of the ruling party.

Eknath Gaikwad takes charge as working president of Mumbai Congress

The senior leadership of Congress in Delhi appointed Gaikwad as the Working President of the party wing in Mumbai on Saturday.

Milind Deora resigns as Mumbai Congress president

Deora also recommended setting up a provisional collective leadership consisting of three senior Congress leaders to oversee the party unit until Maharashtra assembly polls, which are due later this year.

Lok Sabha Elections 2019: Congress nominates Urmila Matondkar on Mumbai North seat

The Mumbai North constituency — comprising Malad West, Kandivali East, Charkop, Magathane, Borivali and Dahisar — was initially offered to Congress leader and former MP from the seat Sanjay Nirupam, who declined.

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Amid infighting within ranks, Milind Deora appointed new Mumbai Congress chief

"Congress president Rahul Gandhi appointed Milind Deora as the new president of Mumbai Regional Congress Committee. The party appreciates the contribution of outgoing president Sanjay Nirupam," the Congress party said in a statement.

Congress protests burning of Constitution copy in New Delhi

The Delhi Police arrested a 40-year-old man on Saturday for allegedly burning a copy of the Constitution in protest against the amendments in the SC/ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Act.

City Congress chief sniffs a scam in BMC tablets tender

Sanjay Nirupam says he will approach the Central Vigilance Commission for a probe

Narayan Rane not happy with Chavan, Nirupam appointment

Rane's attack against the party leadership has once again exposed the fissures within the organisation.

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