HK Vs JER | Match 26 Oct 23, 2019
HK 52/1 (5.4)
Latest News on Maharashtra Elections 2019
Showing of 0 - 10 from 5 results
Maharashtra Elections 2019 - Total results - 5
Oct 20, 2019
'Drenched' Sharad Pawar completes Satara rally amid heavy downpour, apologises to crowd for fielding Udayanraje Bhosale as LS candidateSharad Pawar's public confession ahead of Assembly polls came a day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi attacked the NCP president by saying that he lacked the courage to contest the Lok Sabha polls from the constituency.
Oct 17, 2019
With agricultural finances stalled, Nanded banks say Fadnavis-led Maharashtra govt worsened credit crisis with shoddy farm loan waiver planThe virtual non-delivery of farm loan waiver, and the repercussions that followed, will play a crucial role when Maharashtra goes to polls on 21 October, believes former Chief Minister of Maharashtra, and a prominent Congress leader from Nanded, Ashok Chavan.
Oct 09, 2019
Maharashtra Assembly election 2019: Marathas happy with BJP's quota move in Marathwada, cite decreasing farm incomeOver a year after the Maratha agitators took to the streets of various cities in Maharashtra to press for a host of demands, the Maharashtra government has only partially succeeded in placating them
Oct 09, 2019
Only 39% of crop loan disbursement target met in poll-bound Aurangabad; farmers seek private lenders as banks, political parties play blame gameIn May 2019, Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis okayed a 4.24 lakh crore annual credit plan, which included Rs 87,000-crore credit plan for agriculture. He urged the banks to give maximum loans to farmers by being sensitive in order to achieve the target.
Oct 01, 2019
SC remands poll affidavit case against Fadnavis to trial court: Beyond optics and ammo for opposition, case won't dent CM's poll prospectsThe judgment has come at a time when the Election Commission announced the dates for Maharashtra Assembly elections and Fadnavis is the incumbent chief minister and face of the Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) campaign in the state. While it might 'politically' harm his prospects, legally it would not help opposition much beyond creating some high-decibel noise.