4000 Crore For Mumbai Projects And Major Infrastructure Of Indian Railways
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4000 Crore For Mumbai Projects And Major Infrastructure Of Indian Railways

Two-phase monorail to run from Wadala to Sant Gadge Chowk, that was a long term pending project of Indian Railways which has been issued by Chief Minister of Mumbai Devendra Fadnavis. Dadar station to become busiest transport area for the public travelling in Mumbai. Parel… Read More

  • Times Of India
  • 4 Mar 2019
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Major CRPF Success - 27 Naxalites Killed In Operation...
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Major CRPF Success – 27 Naxalites Killed In Operation…

The C-60 Commando unit of the CRPF force along with local police gunned down officially 16 but could be as high as 27 Naxalites or Maoist in the Gadchiroli region of Maharashtra - this would be one of the biggest successes for them. and also dealing a major blow to… Read More

  • https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/maoists-bodies-float-in-river-toll-now-put-at-27/articleshow/63888035.cms
  • 24 Apr 2018
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Only March but Temperature Already at Record Levels
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Only March But Temperature Already At Record Levels…

It is only the end of March, and Summer is yet to officially begin, but temperatures are already hitting record levels. Temperatures in parts of Raigarh district in Maharashtra came close to 46 degree Celsius a record. In large parts of UP, the temperatures have exceed 40 degree Celsius and… Read More

  • http://www.ndtv.com/india-news/heat-wave-like-conditions-in-several-states-maharashtras-bhira-records-46-5-degrees-1675153
  • 31 Mar 2017
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Voters Give Demonetization A Big Thumps Up
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Voters Give Demonetization A Big Thumps Up – BJP Win Two Key States

Political commentators thoughts demonetization would backfire on the ruling party. Instead during the recent local and panchayat level elections in Maharashtra and Gujarat, BJP made a clean sweep in both states in a big way. There were always many issues, drought, regional and community agitations such as Marathwada and Patildars.… Read More

  • http://www.dnaindia.com/india/report-dna-poll-bjp-wins-gujarat-and-maha-local-polls-did-demonetization-affect-the-results-2278152
  • 3 Dec 2016
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Pandharpur Temple Town Gets World's Largest Toilet
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Pandharpur Temple Town Gets World’s Largest Toilet

Maharashtra's famous temple town Pandharpur will soon have the world's largest toilet facilities. Eight mega toilet facilities with nearly 1,500 toilets will be constructed. This is to prepare for both the annual pilgrimage of lakhs who seek the blessings of Lord Vitthal, the presiding deity of the state, as well… Read More

  • https://in.news.yahoo.com/pilgrimage-town-pandharpur-gets-worlds-largest-toilet-facility-121804109.html
  • 7 Jul 2016
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Prison Yoga
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Only In India: Learn Yoga To Get 3 Months Off Jail Sentence

Maharashtra government has said that prisoners who participate in yoga programme and then pass a written and practical exam will get three months relief or reduction in their jail sentence. This appears to be the such program of its kind both anywhere in India or rest of the world. Source:… Read More

  • http://www.catchnews.com/national-news/learn-yoga-get-3-months-off-jail-sentence-maharashtra-govt-1466646038.html
  • 27 Jun 2016
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Rise of Submerged Shrines
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DROUGHT CAUSES TEMPLES TO RESURFACE AFTER 34 YEARS

13th century built Hindu temple in the era of Peshawas have resurfaced in the Chandori (Nashik) area of the Godavari river basin in Maharashtra. These temples were seen was in 1982, 34 years ago, when an earlier drought hit this region. Sadly, these temples have been submerged after the Nandur… Read More

  • http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/nashik/Submerged-shrines-rise-after-34-years/articleshow/51568200.cms
  • 29 Mar 2016
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MEAT BAN ISSUE: MEDIA WORRIED ABOUT MEAT, GOVT ABOUT ROTI & CHAWAL …

How true - Maharashtra CM says, "people like you (the media, Rajdeep Sardesai) get disturbed by an imaginary situation that there won’t be a piece of meat in your platter for two days when my annadata is taking extreme steps (committing suicides) because he has no food to eat. Read More

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CM Devendra Fadnavis
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A FIRST IN INDIA – MAHARASHTRA CM FADNAVIS SELECTS 1ST BATCH OF STUDENTS FOR PAID INTERNSHIP

The first-of-its-kind CM’s Internship Programme, Maharashtra government has selected 40 youth for its unique Chief Minister Internship programme for 2015. Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis launched the programme in state secretariat today. The graduates from any discipline who have secured first class, all aged under 25 years, will join CMO for… Read More

  • http://www.mid-day.com/articles/now-youngsters-can-intern-at-maharashtra-cms-office/16191175
  • 6 Aug 2015
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