Month after quitting Congress, Urmila Matondkar denies reports of entering Shiv Sena, says not joining any political party
Urmila Matondkar's clarification comes in the wake of reports that she was in touch with Uddhav Thackeray's close aide Milind Narvekar since she walked out of the Congress
Urmila Matondkar quits Congress six months after joining party, cites 'petty in-house politics' in Mumbai unit
Matondkar, who had contested from the North Mumbai constituency on a Congress ticket in the Lok Sabha 2019 polls, had taken on BJP veteran Gopal Shetty.
Congress' Urmila Matondkar regrets 'unfortunate' leak of her letter criticising close aides of Sanjay Nirupam
Actress-turned-politician Urmila Matondkar, who had unsuccessfully contested the Lok Sabha elections from Mumbai North seat as a Congress candidate.
Amit Shah to chair meeting of BJP national office-bearers, state presidents at party headquarters today
BJP president Amit Shah will preside over a meeting happening at national headquarters, of party's national office bearers and state presidents in New Delhi.
Maharashtra's voter turnout shows slight improvement from 2014: 57% polling in 4th phase; 55.11 pc in Mumbai
India's richest man, Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani and richest banker Uday Kotak recently endorsed Deora as their choice from Mumbai South. A large number of first-time voters came out to cast their ballots in Mumbai, marking their formal participation in choosing the next government in the world's largest democracy.
Billionaires and Bollywood stars lined up outside polling stations along with the common folks on Monday in Mumbai.
Urmila Matondkar was granted police protection after a group of "BJP supporters" clashed with Congress workers during her poll campaign in north Mumbai
This prompted the Congress to seek an apology from the BJP for the "condemnable" comment made by its parliamentarian, while the NCP saw the remark as a "deliberate attempt to polarise people"
In controversial remarks, BJP MP Gopal Shetty has attributed farmers' suicides to a "fashion" and "trend" to end lives.
Anti-incumbency and a three-cornered battle with a popular BJP candidate, an AAP candidate could make this a tough election for Sanjay Nirupam. The MNS has not fielded a candidate yet.