V Narayanasamy


'V Narayanasamy' - 193 News Result(s)

  • "V Narayanasamy-Led Congress Government In Puducherry Was A Disaster": PM

    "V Narayanasamy-Led Congress Government In Puducherry Was A Disaster": PM

    Targeting senior Congress leader V Narayanasamy, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said the previous party government headed by him was a ''disaster'' that failed on all fronts and underlined the NDA's commitment to ensure its growth.

  • Will Turn Down Offer Of Puducherry Chief Minister's Post: Congress Leader V Narayanasamy

    Will Turn Down Offer Of Puducherry Chief Minister's Post: Congress Leader V Narayanasamy

    Senior Congress leader V Narayanasamy today ruled out any possibility of him taking on the mantle of chief ministership if the Congress-led alliance comes to power in Puducherry, saying he would turn down such an offer and would work 24X7 to strengthen the party in the Union Territory.

  • In Congress's Puducherry List, V Narayansamy's Name Missing

    In Congress's Puducherry List, V Narayansamy's Name Missing

    Former Puducherry Chief Minister V Narayanasamy will not contest the 2021 assembly elections in the Union Territory, said Dinesh Gundu Rao, All India Congress Committee (AICC) in-incharge of Puducherry.

  • V Narayanasamy Threatens To File Defamation Case Against Amit Shah

    V Narayanasamy Threatens To File Defamation Case Against Amit Shah

    Former Puducherry Chief Minister V Narayanasamy on Monday threatened to file a defamation lawsuit against Union Home Minister Amit Shah after the latter accused him of misappropriating Rs 15,000 crore sent by Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the union territory.

  • "MLAs Threatened": V Narayanasamy To NDTV On Losing Power In Puducherry

    "MLAs Threatened": V Narayanasamy To NDTV On Losing Power In Puducherry

    Former Puducherry Chief Minister V Narayanasamy, whose government collapsed on Monday after a series of resignations, today claimed proof that MLAs "were threatened" and forced to quit the Congress. He also denied that the exits were linked to any resentment in the ranks because of him.

  • President's Rule Recommended In Puducherry As BJP, Allies Don't Stake Claim

    President's Rule Recommended In Puducherry As BJP, Allies Don't Stake Claim

    The union cabinet today recommended President's rule in Puducherry after the BJP and its allies did not stake claim to form government in the union territory, days after the Congress government collapsed. The cabinet move comes soon after Lieutenant Governor Tamilisai Soundararajan recommended the same.

  • President Ram Nath Kovind Accepts Resignation Of Puducherry Chief Minister

    President Ram Nath Kovind Accepts Resignation Of Puducherry Chief Minister

    President Ram Nath Kovind has accepted the resignation of Puducherry Chief Minister V Narayanasamy and his council of ministers, a notification by the Union Home Ministry issued said on Tuesday.

  • After Puducherry Government Falls, What Opposition Says On Taking Power

    After Puducherry Government Falls, What Opposition Says On Taking Power

    Hours after the Congress lost power in Puducherry, the biggest opposition party, NR Congress, said it had not staked claim to form the next government but was waiting for the Lieutenant Governor's invite.

  • Congress Loses Power In Puducherry, V Narayanasamy Resigns, Blames BJP

    Congress Loses Power In Puducherry, V Narayanasamy Resigns, Blames BJP

    The Congress government in Puducherry collapsed today after losing its majority and Chief Minister V Narayanasamy resigned. After two exits on Sunday, the government's numbers had dropped to 12 MLAs in the house where the majority mark is 14. After a series of resignations from the Congress, Mr Narayanasamy was asked to face a trust vote last Thurs...

  • Puducherry Floor Test Highlights: Chief Minister V Narayanasamy Loses Majority

    Puducherry Floor Test Highlights: Chief Minister V Narayanasamy Loses Majority

    The Congress-led government in Puducherry lost the confidence vote sought by Chief Minister V Narayanasamy, in the face of its depleted strength of 11 against the opposition's 14 following resignation of ruling dispensation MLAs, including a DMK legislator.

  • Congress Will Overcome Designs To Topple Government: Puducherry Chief Minister

    Congress Will Overcome Designs To Topple Government: Puducherry Chief Minister

    Puducherry Chief Minister V Narayanasamy on Friday accused the centre of trying to topple his government with the help of opposition AINRC and AIADMK and asserted that the ruling Congress would overcome all such designs.

  • Watch: Lost In Translation, Puducherry Woman's Complaint To Rahul Gandhi

    Watch: Lost In Translation, Puducherry Woman's Complaint To Rahul Gandhi

    A fisherwoman's complaint to Rahul Gandhi went astray on Wednesday as Puducherry Chief Minister V Narayansamy translated for her. The Chief Minister - struggling with a potential crisis in his government - had accompanied Mr Gandhi during his visit to the fishermen, a key community in the seaside town.

  • Opposition Demands Puducherry Chief Minister To Prove Majority In Assembly

    Opposition Demands Puducherry Chief Minister To Prove Majority In Assembly

    A delegation of opposition parties led by All India NR Congres or AINRC today submitted a plea to an official in the Lt Governor's office, seeking a direction to Puducherry Chief Minister V Narayanasamy to prove his government's majority on the floor of the Assembly.

  • "Operation Lotus" Reached Puducherry: Chief Minister To NDTV Amid Crisis

    "Operation Lotus" Reached Puducherry: Chief Minister To NDTV Amid Crisis

    The Congress government in Puducherry has slipped into a minority with two resignations in two days but Chief Minister V Narayanasamy said on Tuesday he was confident of persuading the two leaders to stay. "Our government is not in a minority," he asserted in an interview to NDTV.

  • Kiran Bedi Removed As Puducherry Lt Governor Amid Congress Crisis: 10 Points

    Kiran Bedi Removed As Puducherry Lt Governor Amid Congress Crisis: 10 Points

    The removal of Kiran Bedi as Lieutenant-Governor of Puducherry is "a victory for the people", Chief Minister V Narayanasamy told NDTV late Tuesday night, shortly after Rashtrapati Bhavan withdrew Ms Bedi from the post. The order, which comes as the ruling Congress navigates a crisis of numbers, has been widely seen as a political move by the BJP to...

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  • "V Narayanasamy-Led Congress Government In Puducherry Was A Disaster": PM

    "V Narayanasamy-Led Congress Government In Puducherry Was A Disaster": PM

    Targeting senior Congress leader V Narayanasamy, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said the previous party government headed by him was a ''disaster'' that failed on all fronts and underlined the NDA's commitment to ensure its growth.

  • Will Turn Down Offer Of Puducherry Chief Minister's Post: Congress Leader V Narayanasamy

    Will Turn Down Offer Of Puducherry Chief Minister's Post: Congress Leader V Narayanasamy

    Senior Congress leader V Narayanasamy today ruled out any possibility of him taking on the mantle of chief ministership if the Congress-led alliance comes to power in Puducherry, saying he would turn down such an offer and would work 24X7 to strengthen the party in the Union Territory.

  • In Congress's Puducherry List, V Narayansamy's Name Missing

    In Congress's Puducherry List, V Narayansamy's Name Missing

    Former Puducherry Chief Minister V Narayanasamy will not contest the 2021 assembly elections in the Union Territory, said Dinesh Gundu Rao, All India Congress Committee (AICC) in-incharge of Puducherry.

  • V Narayanasamy Threatens To File Defamation Case Against Amit Shah

    V Narayanasamy Threatens To File Defamation Case Against Amit Shah

    Former Puducherry Chief Minister V Narayanasamy on Monday threatened to file a defamation lawsuit against Union Home Minister Amit Shah after the latter accused him of misappropriating Rs 15,000 crore sent by Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the union territory.

  • "MLAs Threatened": V Narayanasamy To NDTV On Losing Power In Puducherry

    "MLAs Threatened": V Narayanasamy To NDTV On Losing Power In Puducherry

    Former Puducherry Chief Minister V Narayanasamy, whose government collapsed on Monday after a series of resignations, today claimed proof that MLAs "were threatened" and forced to quit the Congress. He also denied that the exits were linked to any resentment in the ranks because of him.

  • President's Rule Recommended In Puducherry As BJP, Allies Don't Stake Claim

    President's Rule Recommended In Puducherry As BJP, Allies Don't Stake Claim

    The union cabinet today recommended President's rule in Puducherry after the BJP and its allies did not stake claim to form government in the union territory, days after the Congress government collapsed. The cabinet move comes soon after Lieutenant Governor Tamilisai Soundararajan recommended the same.

  • President Ram Nath Kovind Accepts Resignation Of Puducherry Chief Minister

    President Ram Nath Kovind Accepts Resignation Of Puducherry Chief Minister

    President Ram Nath Kovind has accepted the resignation of Puducherry Chief Minister V Narayanasamy and his council of ministers, a notification by the Union Home Ministry issued said on Tuesday.

  • After Puducherry Government Falls, What Opposition Says On Taking Power

    After Puducherry Government Falls, What Opposition Says On Taking Power

    Hours after the Congress lost power in Puducherry, the biggest opposition party, NR Congress, said it had not staked claim to form the next government but was waiting for the Lieutenant Governor's invite.

  • Congress Loses Power In Puducherry, V Narayanasamy Resigns, Blames BJP

    Congress Loses Power In Puducherry, V Narayanasamy Resigns, Blames BJP

    The Congress government in Puducherry collapsed today after losing its majority and Chief Minister V Narayanasamy resigned. After two exits on Sunday, the government's numbers had dropped to 12 MLAs in the house where the majority mark is 14. After a series of resignations from the Congress, Mr Narayanasamy was asked to face a trust vote last Thurs...

  • Puducherry Floor Test Highlights: Chief Minister V Narayanasamy Loses Majority

    Puducherry Floor Test Highlights: Chief Minister V Narayanasamy Loses Majority

    The Congress-led government in Puducherry lost the confidence vote sought by Chief Minister V Narayanasamy, in the face of its depleted strength of 11 against the opposition's 14 following resignation of ruling dispensation MLAs, including a DMK legislator.

  • Congress Will Overcome Designs To Topple Government: Puducherry Chief Minister

    Congress Will Overcome Designs To Topple Government: Puducherry Chief Minister

    Puducherry Chief Minister V Narayanasamy on Friday accused the centre of trying to topple his government with the help of opposition AINRC and AIADMK and asserted that the ruling Congress would overcome all such designs.

  • Watch: Lost In Translation, Puducherry Woman's Complaint To Rahul Gandhi

    Watch: Lost In Translation, Puducherry Woman's Complaint To Rahul Gandhi

    A fisherwoman's complaint to Rahul Gandhi went astray on Wednesday as Puducherry Chief Minister V Narayansamy translated for her. The Chief Minister - struggling with a potential crisis in his government - had accompanied Mr Gandhi during his visit to the fishermen, a key community in the seaside town.

  • Opposition Demands Puducherry Chief Minister To Prove Majority In Assembly

    Opposition Demands Puducherry Chief Minister To Prove Majority In Assembly

    A delegation of opposition parties led by All India NR Congres or AINRC today submitted a plea to an official in the Lt Governor's office, seeking a direction to Puducherry Chief Minister V Narayanasamy to prove his government's majority on the floor of the Assembly.

  • "Operation Lotus" Reached Puducherry: Chief Minister To NDTV Amid Crisis

    "Operation Lotus" Reached Puducherry: Chief Minister To NDTV Amid Crisis

    The Congress government in Puducherry has slipped into a minority with two resignations in two days but Chief Minister V Narayanasamy said on Tuesday he was confident of persuading the two leaders to stay. "Our government is not in a minority," he asserted in an interview to NDTV.

  • Kiran Bedi Removed As Puducherry Lt Governor Amid Congress Crisis: 10 Points

    Kiran Bedi Removed As Puducherry Lt Governor Amid Congress Crisis: 10 Points

    The removal of Kiran Bedi as Lieutenant-Governor of Puducherry is "a victory for the people", Chief Minister V Narayanasamy told NDTV late Tuesday night, shortly after Rashtrapati Bhavan withdrew Ms Bedi from the post. The order, which comes as the ruling Congress navigates a crisis of numbers, has been widely seen as a political move by the BJP to...

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