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  • Blog: Manohar Parrikar Kept Going Because He Was A Workaholic

    Blog: Manohar Parrikar Kept Going Because He Was A Workaholic

    India has seen many successful leaders who have, individually or for their parties, won election after election. There are others who have been admired and cherished by their people. Few have been blessed with both. That is why Parrikar stood a class apart from most politicians of his generation.

  • Blog: Why The Farmers' March Today Mattered To So Many

    Blog: Why The Farmers' March Today Mattered To So Many

    I still believe the possibility of farmers turning to Naxalism is remote. But could Nana's prophetic words - the beginning of a 'revolution' - really turn into a dark and tragic reality? If so, can our politicians and civil society act decisively now to better the lives of farmers?

  • Blog: An Elphinstone Station Commuter's Blog

    Blog: An Elphinstone Station Commuter's Blog

    Mumbai, my city of birth, my city of work. The city around which my life revolves. But it is this very janmabhoomi and karmabhoomi of millions of Indians which has been let down by our politicians.

  • Blog: Sadhguru Called "Liar, Bhakt, Fraud". How He Reacted

    Blog: Sadhguru Called "Liar, <i>Bhakt</i>, Fraud". How He Reacted

    Has the level of discourse dropped so much that even respected, non-controversial figures can no longer be spared? Can't there be some measure of reason, maturity and restraint?

  • Blog: How The Yogi Adityanath Pressure Got To Fadnavis

    Blog: How The Yogi Adityanath Pressure Got To Fadnavis

    Rs 36,359 crores. That's the farm loan waiver announced by Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath in April. The new government swiftly took the decision in the first cabinet meeting, making it known that they were serious about a promise made by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. But it is this very act of generosity and alacrity that came to bite...

  • Blog: Why Devendra Fadnavis Is Winning Maharashtra

    Blog: Why Devendra Fadnavis Is Winning Maharashtra

    The 46-year-old has had a tumultuous two and a half years. But not only has he shown himself to be a political survivor, he has also emerged as one of the BJP's biggest assets by exponentially expanding his party's footprint across India's second-largest state.

  • Blog: Why Parrikar's Goa Return Is Essential For BJP

    Blog: Why Parrikar's Goa Return Is Essential For BJP

    What bewilders many is why any Defence Minister would give up the powerful Number 4 position in the central government to return as Chief Minister of a state not seen as politically significant.

  • Blog: 10 Big Points From Mumbai Result Like Aaditya's Appeal, Fadnavis Factor

    Blog: 10 Big Points From Mumbai Result Like Aaditya's Appeal, Fadnavis Factor

    Spin doctors can take it easy. Look at it upar se or neeche se. Or look at it straight in the eye. There is only one conclusion after the results of Mumbai's civic body elections: it's an absolutely stunning and staggering saffron sweep.

  • Goa Top Cop Accused Of Taking Bribe At Police Headquarters; Probe Ordered

    Goa Top Cop Accused Of Taking Bribe At Police Headquarters; Probe Ordered

    Goa will investigate the allegation that one of the state's top police officers Sunil Garg accepted a bribe of 5.5 lakh rupees, part of it at the police headquarters, chief minister Laxmikant Parsekar said in the assembly today amid demands from the opposition that the officer be suspended.

  • Over 150 People Looking, Rs 50,000 Reward For Jai The Missing Tiger

    Over 150 People Looking, Rs 50,000 Reward For Jai The Missing Tiger

    It's 100 days today since Jai, the 7-year-old tiger has gone missing from Maharashtra's Umred Karhandla Wildlife Sanctuary. Weighing 250 kg, 11-feet-long from nose to tail, and three-feet-tall, Jai is believed to be the biggest tiger in Asia.

  • Jai, Stunning 250 Kg Tiger, Missing For 99 Days

    Jai, Stunning 250 Kg Tiger, Missing For 99 Days

    He is missing for 99 days and still there is no trace of Jai, the stunning seven-year-old tiger, who moved out from Maharashtra's Umred Karhandla Wildlife Sanctuary in April.

  • NGOs To Be Treated As 'Public Servants', Have To Declare Assets

    NGOs To Be Treated As 'Public Servants', Have To Declare Assets

    NGOs or non-profit organisations, that receive more than one crore rupees in government funds or more than 10 lakhs as donation from abroad and their office-bearers will now be considered public servants and will have to declare details of their assets and liabilities and those of their spouses and dependent children by July 31 this year, the Centr...

  • INS Viraat, Navy's 'Grand Old Lady', Sets Sail For One Last Time

    INS Viraat, Navy's 'Grand Old Lady', Sets Sail For One Last Time

    After nearly three decades in service, India's majestic aircraft carrier INS Viraat set sail for one last time from Mumbai to Kochi. It will be decommissioned later this year.

  • Owaisi's Party AIMIM Barred From Contesting Maharashtra Civic Polls

    Owaisi's Party AIMIM Barred From Contesting Maharashtra Civic Polls

    Hyderabad-based leader Asaduddin Owaisi's party MIM or the All India Majlis-e-Ittehad-ul Muslimeen has been derecognized as a political party in Maharashtra and can no longer contest civic body elections in Mumbai.

  • Cars Swept Away And A Dramatic Rescue In Maharashtra Flood

    Cars Swept Away And A Dramatic Rescue In Maharashtra Flood

    In a dramatic rescue after a minister received a midnight SOS call, villagers and officials waded into rising water to pull out three people whose car had been swept away in Maharashtra, where heavy monsoon rain has caused floods in many areas.

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'Tejas Mehta' - 614 News Result(s)

  • Blog: Manohar Parrikar Kept Going Because He Was A Workaholic

    Blog: Manohar Parrikar Kept Going Because He Was A Workaholic

    India has seen many successful leaders who have, individually or for their parties, won election after election. There are others who have been admired and cherished by their people. Few have been blessed with both. That is why Parrikar stood a class apart from most politicians of his generation.

  • Blog: Why The Farmers' March Today Mattered To So Many

    Blog: Why The Farmers' March Today Mattered To So Many

    I still believe the possibility of farmers turning to Naxalism is remote. But could Nana's prophetic words - the beginning of a 'revolution' - really turn into a dark and tragic reality? If so, can our politicians and civil society act decisively now to better the lives of farmers?

  • Blog: An Elphinstone Station Commuter's Blog

    Blog: An Elphinstone Station Commuter's Blog

    Mumbai, my city of birth, my city of work. The city around which my life revolves. But it is this very janmabhoomi and karmabhoomi of millions of Indians which has been let down by our politicians.

  • Blog: Sadhguru Called "Liar, Bhakt, Fraud". How He Reacted

    Blog: Sadhguru Called "Liar, <i>Bhakt</i>, Fraud". How He Reacted

    Has the level of discourse dropped so much that even respected, non-controversial figures can no longer be spared? Can't there be some measure of reason, maturity and restraint?

  • Blog: How The Yogi Adityanath Pressure Got To Fadnavis

    Blog: How The Yogi Adityanath Pressure Got To Fadnavis

    Rs 36,359 crores. That's the farm loan waiver announced by Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath in April. The new government swiftly took the decision in the first cabinet meeting, making it known that they were serious about a promise made by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. But it is this very act of generosity and alacrity that came to bite...

  • Blog: Why Devendra Fadnavis Is Winning Maharashtra

    Blog: Why Devendra Fadnavis Is Winning Maharashtra

    The 46-year-old has had a tumultuous two and a half years. But not only has he shown himself to be a political survivor, he has also emerged as one of the BJP's biggest assets by exponentially expanding his party's footprint across India's second-largest state.

  • Blog: Why Parrikar's Goa Return Is Essential For BJP

    Blog: Why Parrikar's Goa Return Is Essential For BJP

    What bewilders many is why any Defence Minister would give up the powerful Number 4 position in the central government to return as Chief Minister of a state not seen as politically significant.

  • Blog: 10 Big Points From Mumbai Result Like Aaditya's Appeal, Fadnavis Factor

    Blog: 10 Big Points From Mumbai Result Like Aaditya's Appeal, Fadnavis Factor

    Spin doctors can take it easy. Look at it upar se or neeche se. Or look at it straight in the eye. There is only one conclusion after the results of Mumbai's civic body elections: it's an absolutely stunning and staggering saffron sweep.

  • Goa Top Cop Accused Of Taking Bribe At Police Headquarters; Probe Ordered

    Goa Top Cop Accused Of Taking Bribe At Police Headquarters; Probe Ordered

    Goa will investigate the allegation that one of the state's top police officers Sunil Garg accepted a bribe of 5.5 lakh rupees, part of it at the police headquarters, chief minister Laxmikant Parsekar said in the assembly today amid demands from the opposition that the officer be suspended.

  • Over 150 People Looking, Rs 50,000 Reward For Jai The Missing Tiger

    Over 150 People Looking, Rs 50,000 Reward For Jai The Missing Tiger

    It's 100 days today since Jai, the 7-year-old tiger has gone missing from Maharashtra's Umred Karhandla Wildlife Sanctuary. Weighing 250 kg, 11-feet-long from nose to tail, and three-feet-tall, Jai is believed to be the biggest tiger in Asia.

  • Jai, Stunning 250 Kg Tiger, Missing For 99 Days

    Jai, Stunning 250 Kg Tiger, Missing For 99 Days

    He is missing for 99 days and still there is no trace of Jai, the stunning seven-year-old tiger, who moved out from Maharashtra's Umred Karhandla Wildlife Sanctuary in April.

  • NGOs To Be Treated As 'Public Servants', Have To Declare Assets

    NGOs To Be Treated As 'Public Servants', Have To Declare Assets

    NGOs or non-profit organisations, that receive more than one crore rupees in government funds or more than 10 lakhs as donation from abroad and their office-bearers will now be considered public servants and will have to declare details of their assets and liabilities and those of their spouses and dependent children by July 31 this year, the Centr...

  • INS Viraat, Navy's 'Grand Old Lady', Sets Sail For One Last Time

    INS Viraat, Navy's 'Grand Old Lady', Sets Sail For One Last Time

    After nearly three decades in service, India's majestic aircraft carrier INS Viraat set sail for one last time from Mumbai to Kochi. It will be decommissioned later this year.

  • Owaisi's Party AIMIM Barred From Contesting Maharashtra Civic Polls

    Owaisi's Party AIMIM Barred From Contesting Maharashtra Civic Polls

    Hyderabad-based leader Asaduddin Owaisi's party MIM or the All India Majlis-e-Ittehad-ul Muslimeen has been derecognized as a political party in Maharashtra and can no longer contest civic body elections in Mumbai.

  • Cars Swept Away And A Dramatic Rescue In Maharashtra Flood

    Cars Swept Away And A Dramatic Rescue In Maharashtra Flood

    In a dramatic rescue after a minister received a midnight SOS call, villagers and officials waded into rising water to pull out three people whose car had been swept away in Maharashtra, where heavy monsoon rain has caused floods in many areas.

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