The writer is a senior journalist based in Mumbai.
Economic reservation mocks the ameliorative spirit behind the system
Political parties are only trying to appropriate him for electoral gain
His egalitarian narrative can help save the country from fanatics of all hues.
Members of the upper caste Maratha community want the SC/ST Act to be repealed.
Onions on bhujbal political plate
The government had increased the minimum export price of onion.
The Finance Deparment headed by Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar is yet to reimburse two state-run corporations
The state government plans to evolve a common statute to govern municipal bodies in a bid to streamline laws and remove anomalies.
The State government is planning to introduce a Bill in the legislature to allow self-financed unaided private schools on the lines of the private universities Bill that was passed in the recently concluded monsoon session.
Home Minister R R Patils daughter Smita made a debut in public life on Wednesday by addressing a rally of women to set up self-help groups in Sangli district.
Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan refused to ban Prakash Jhas Aarakshan,which is scheduled for release on Friday.
Home Minister R R Patil might have survived the consequences of the 13/7 Mumbai terror attack unlike 26/11 when he had to quit.
After the recent blasts,the state government plans to step up security measures at schools,beginning with Mumbai.
In an attempt to score over the Congress and emerge at least as the single-largest party if not the one with a clear majority
Known for their autocratic rule and appreciation of a dictator like Adolf Hitler,Raj Thackeray and his uncle Bal Thackeray rarely turn to anyone for help.
Minutes of meeting record Maharashtra Speakers comment.
The Congress leadership is finalising its candidate from Maharashtra for the Rajya Sabha byelection to the seat vacated by Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan
The Congress-led Democratic Front Government in the state,which cries hoarse over its commitment to the downtrodden
Labour is still short but Punjabi workers,especially women and teenagers,have shown signs that they will help meet the shortfall,having started to join the effort in large numbers.