Karnataka Congress leaders likely to visit Delhi to discuss ministerial berths, portfolio allocation with high command
Congress leaders from Karnataka are likely to visit New Delhi to discuss portfolio allocation ahead of the 6 June cabinet expansion in the southern state.
Karnataka deputy chief minister G Parameshwara said confusion regarding cabinet expansion would be cleared and they would arrive at a final decision soon.
Narendra Modi's Cabinet reshuffle: Perform or perish, is PM's message as BJP's old guard gives way to bureaucrats
On Sunday, nine new members, including four senior bureaucrats and BJP leaders from poll-bound states were inducted into Union Council of Ministers. Four ministers — Dharmendra Pradhan, Piyush Goyal, Nirmala Sitharaman and Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi — were elevated to Narendra Modi's Cabinet.
Cabinet reshuffle as it happened: Modi's picks balance caste equations in UP, Rajasthan ahead of Assembly polls
Nine new faces including former IFS officer Hardeep Puri, ex-Mumbai Police chief Satyapal Singh and retired IAS officer Alphons Kannanthanam will be inducted into the Union Council of Ministers on Sunday as part of a major revamp by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Patna: RJD supremo Lalu Prasad claimed that Nitish Kumar's JD(U) was not even invited to join the NDA government by Prime Minister Narendra Modi or BJP chief Amit Shah in the Cabinet reshuffle.
New Delhi: Four junior ministers — Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, Dharmendra Pradhan, Nirmala Sitharaman and Piyush Goyal — were elavated to the Cabinet rank and nine fresh faces inducted as ministers of state in a major rejig of his team by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Cabinet reshuffle 2017 as it happened: Nine new ministers may be inducted; Hardeep Singh Puri likely to make cut
The much-awaited reshuffle in the Modi Cabinet will take place in which about half-a-dozen ministers are expected to make way for several new faces.
With AIADMK and JD(U) in NDA kitty, Cabinet reshuffle gives the BJP right opportunity to reward new allies
A Cabinet reshuffle could be an occasion for Narendra Modi-Amit Shah leadership to give a message to the nation that he cares for performance and merit
With the recent cabinet rejig, it is evident that Modi wants to speed up the executive action of his government; changes tangibly visible on the ground
The entire exercise conveyed a clear message that there exists only two Centres of power – Prime Minister Modi in the government and BJP president Amit Shah
Shiv Sena took potshots at the BJP saying that it is difficult to find people of the same calibre as those in the cabinet of Jawaharlal Nehru.
Narendra Modi government on Tuesday inducted 19 new faces into the Union Cabinet.
No single person can be a repository of all knowledge and after the cabinet expansion, it's clear that Modi’s penchant for going solo is not ideal for India
The Cabinet reshuffle conveyed that those inducted within the government would not be allowed to mess around with its image – by their conduct or utterances
Congress on Tuesday dubbed as a "vote-garnering exercise" the Cabinet expansion looking at election-going states and a "panic reaction against declining political graph" of BJP in Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Gujarat.
UP now has 16 ministers, the maximum from any state, in an apparent bid to keep the Dalit and OBC votebank content.
Modi's cabinet expansion has informally confirmed that, unlike the past, the council of ministers would be an extension of the Prime Minister's Office.
Mansukhbhai Vasava said that he had no idea on the reason of his ouster, but admitted that he was working in a hostile environment.
The Shiv Sena-BJP rift is set to intensify with the ally failing to get any berth in Tuesday's expansion of the Union Council of Ministers
Will this 78-strong council of ministers result in a dilution of PM Modi's maximum governance promise too?