The president of Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee or MPCC, Manikrao Thakre, announced that the Maharashtra Congress already embarked on a 15 city-state-council coalition with the NCP whereas the party competes for 144 city councils in the elections.
Wednesday 30 November 2011
The “Pune bandh” which was named by the NCP or Nationalist Congress Party to refute the assault on Sharad Pawar, the Union Minister as well as NCP president, obtained an initial reply wherein shops still not open for business in the primary market locations, many student absences in universities along with moderate traffic on highways.
Saturday 26 November 2011
Supriya Sule, the daughter of Sharad Pawar, the union Agriculture Minister, and the members of the NCP or Nationalist Congress Party, expressed disapproval of the assault by Harvinder Singh on her father as well as stated that this aggression should never exist in democracy; thus, it must be forgotten.
Laxman Dhoble, the NCP minister, spearheaded the protest rally by several party laborers wherein they made barricades along roads in Sangli, Solapur as well as Nashik in Maharashtra to denounce the assault on the party leader Sharad Pawar.
Thursday 24 November 2011
The Nationalist Congress Party or NCP as well as the Congress, which are allies in the governing Democratic Front in the nation, already made a pact to have a coalition for the Mumbai, Thane and Nashik civic elections.
The Nationalist Congress Party or NCP’s municipal unit already formed an awareness advocacy for voters named “Matadaar Jagruti Abhiyan” on Friday and Saturday wherein the NCP laborers as well as heads encouraged the people in the city to put into effect their rights to vote.
NP Hirani, the chairman of the state cotton federation as well as NCP chief, announced that he is intensely asking for an Rs 6,000 as MSP wherein he committed to attend the conference to become the representative of a farmer who will ask for a remunerative cost.
Amar Prasad Satpathy, the legislature chief of NCP or Nationalist Congress Party, has required that the state admin must give a directive for a legal investigation into the fraud to determine the grabbers of land properties.
Wednesday 23 November 2011
The NCP as well as the Congress leaders already concurred “in-principle” to form a coalition for the Mumbai and Thane civic elections wherein they are set to start more discussions this Wednesday. Those who are expected to attend are the following: chief minister Prithviraj Chavan, deputy chief minister Ajit Pawar, Maharashtra Congress president Manikrao Thakre and Maharashtra NCP president Madhukar Pichad.
The NCP representative D P Tripathi announced that they uphold contention as well as support the foreign direct investment or FDI in the retail segment. Nevertheless, they must have controlled FDI levels at the same time defend the welfare of small firms in retailing business.
Tuesday 22 November 2011
Sharad Pawar, the Union Agriculture Minister, announced last Saturday that the NCP or Nationalist Congress Party already recommended a resolution by means of its Working Committee for the formation of smaller states to be developed six year back.
Demands appear to develop on the UPA administration from its coalition such as the NCP as well as Trinamool Congress to verify the increasing prices. According to NCP chief Sharad Pawar, an immediate requirement to cut back the price increase is necessary.
Sunday 20 November 2011
Regarding the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation or BMC elections dated in the first quarter of 2012, NCP chief and Union Minister Praful Patel already conferred with veteran Delhi Congress leaders about a possible coalition with the Congress following an order from NCP leader Sharad Pawar.
CCI officials already mentioned that above 5 lakh cotton bales is set to be acquired in Vidarbha wherein it has been prepared to launch 25 procurement hubs. Maharashtra ministers Nitin Raut, Anil Deshmukh, Sanjay Deotale and Rajendra Mulak already asked a price of Rs 5,500 every quintal while they aim to push for this.
The Gondia district Congress supremos already made a drive to introduce a protest if ever the government does not succeed to begin acquisition procedure in the district starting Thursday. The chiefs conferred with Anil Deshmukh, the guardian minister, last Tuesday as well as asked him to make the first move for the wellbeing of the farmers.
A coffee table book, The Possible Dream – Story of the Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon, which accounts the amazing 9-year voyage of this yearly great occasion in Mumbai, was introduced last Friday by Honorable Ministers Chhagan Bhujbal, Jaidatta Kshirsagar, Anil Deshmukh and Smt Shailaja Girkar, Honourable Deputy Mayor of Mumbai, in the presence of Sreeram Iyer, COO, Standard Chartered, N Chandrasekaran, CEO & MD TCS, Event Ambassador John Abraham, Anil and Tina Ambani.
Anil Deshmukh, the NCP chief as well as minister for food and civil supplies, announced last Wednesday that NCP showed readiness for a pre-election coalition with the Congress along with other secular parties for the following polls to the Nagpur Municipal Corporation.
Friday 18 November 2011
The Congress has been aiming to have a coalition with NCP or National Congress Party for Mumbai’s civic elections in January to February next year although their negotiations for the 227 seat did not materialize in 2006.
The NCP and Shiv Sena have been showing firm support to the underground metro rail scheme in Pune, which is among the top ventures of Pune Municipal Corporation or PMC amidst opposition by BJP and Congress.
The NCP announced this Tuesday that they lauded the reduction in petrol prices emphasizing that the action illustrated that the state admin has come to “some sense” wherein the only reduction made in about 3 years was Rs 2.22 every litre.
Prithviraj Chavan, the chief minister, already made a decision to send delegates to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to achieve intercession in the near future. The farmers have been asking a greater MSP or minimum support price worth Rs 6,000 per quintal at lowest amount wherein the NCP has been supporting the farmers’ campaign.
Tuesday 15 November 2011
Vandana Chavan, the NCP Pune city unit president, posted a question on the procedure taken by the authorities in getting a compensation amount of Rs 3,000 to be accumulated while the actual figure is nearly Rs 1,000 crore for the Pune hills development project. She further stressed that public involvement is necessary to preserve the city hills.
The NCP has been pushing for the Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation or MSRDC to become the implementing agency whereas the Congress has been asking that Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority or MMRDA to become the nodal agency.
Ankush Kakade, the senior NCP head from Pune, acknowledged that an underground metro route for the municipality, which was designed by DMRC or Delhi Metro Rail Corporation, can prolong the venture after the due date in 2014. The Shiv Sena, NCP, BJP and MNS are upholding this project.
The Nationalist Congress Party of NCP announced this day that negotiations of pre-election coalition with Congress for Goa seats have been most probably to keep on until the second week of December, according to the Goa Observer of NCP, Bharati Chawan.
Ajit Pawar, the Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister as well as NCP chief, announced this day that NCP is set to declare a solid position every time it is necessary to make certain of giving assistance and justice to the Vidarbha farmers.
Supriya Sule, the NCP MP as well as the daughter of Union Agriculture Minister, announced this day that Raju Shetty, the Swabhimani Shetkari Sanghtana chief, was not firm on the request that sugarcane farmers must be given payment worth Rs 2,350 but there is a possibility for a lower amount.
The Nationalist Congress Party or NCP already restored the National Front of Indian Trade Unions or NFITU which is set to flag off its tactical plan at a large laborers protest last Sunday, in an attempt to dare the Congress’ control over the Indian National Trade Union Congress or INTUC.
Sharad Pawar, the NCP chief, made a critic on the Maharashtra government this day on the issue about the reason of not allowing the construction of the 4,000 shelters on textile mill grounds. He also asked for giving the textile mill laborers the shelters that are existing by now.
Having conducted an executive committee conference last Friday, in the end, the Nationalist Congress Party and Congress coalition is set to be determined by the high commands in New Delhi wherein the NCP asked for additional two seats from the previous six that it demanded before.
In Dimapur, Conrad Sangma, the opposition head as well as the youth NCP chief, stated belief that the NCP or Nationalist Congress Party is set to be the “alternative” to the NPF along with Congress parties in Nagaland.
Saturday 12 November 2011
An account on unlawful mining in Goa has compelled the Congress admin in the nation to support against its existence. The Congress is in authority in the nation with the alliance of NCP, the party of Sharad Pawar.
Friday 11 November 2011
According to the Agriculture Minister and NCP chief, Sharad Pawar, he believes that raising the farm capacity will resolve the issue on increasing petrol and diesel prices internationally which largely affect the local food inflation.
The chairman of Green Thumb, Retired Lt. Col. Suresh Patil, announced that he already submitted the recommendation to Sharad Pawar, the NCP chief, about the implementation of the LRT system in the municipality of Pune.
The Environment Ministry already gave approval for the phase one of the multi-crore hill municipality venture close to Pune even though with the inclusion of “strict compliance” of particular terms and conditions, following the conference of Sharad Pawar, the NCP chief, and Sonia Gandhi, the Congress president.
Wednesday 9 November 2011
The NCP or Nationalist Congress Party in Goa has already asked for 14 seats out of 40 for the fast approaching state assembly elections in the condition that pre-election coalition is formed with Congress.
Last Monday, Ajit Pawar, the deputy chief minister and head of Nationalist Congress Party or NCP, was given commendation by PMJA or Pune Metro Jagruti Abhiyan for his firm decision to continue with the underground metro railway venture in the municipality.
Tuesday 8 November 2011
NCP, the major partner of MPs of Trinamool Congress, has given its full support regarding the decision to have a conference with the Prime Minister Manmohan Singh this Tuesday amidst the people’s clamor on the government for the rollback of the petrol price increase.
NCP already made a request for the urgent selection of a Lokayukta in Meghalaya claiming that in terms of corruption, the nation is not “lacking behind”, according to the Conrad K Sangma, the NCP chief.
Uttamrao Patil, the Congress stalwart, was able to be included in the NCP dais at Loni Village this Saturday, prior to the formal entry into the NCP or National Congress Party whereas he was with the party’s state minister Manoharrao Naik.
Madan Bafna, the NCP spokesperson, announced that the party chief Sharad Pawar has already made a district-wise evaluation of the elections preparation for the 196 city councils during a long conference this day which was attended by the ministers of NCP.
According to the Union Agriculture Minister and NCP chief Sharad Pawar, the coalition of Nationalist Congress Party or NCP and the Congress is set to have a nationwide alliance only to local political heads in the fast approaching civic and district body polls.
Monday 7 November 2011
Last Saturday, declaring that the ordinary people must receive respite from the high costs of petrol, Union Minister Praful Patel announced that NCP chief Sharad Pawar and he are ready to conduct negotiations with the state admin regarding this concern.
Last Saturday, Deputy chief minister as well as the leader of Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) Ajit Pawar, reasoned out on the position by his party on the recommended metro railway venture and bio-diversity park or BDP wherein in the Pune municipality 4% construction would be permitted.
The NCP-Congress state admin has been creating a scheme to bring back investors especially from the segment of pharmaceutical, according to the commissioner of FDA or Food and Drug Administration, Mahesh Zagde.
The Nationalist Congress Party or NCP, the Congress together with the MGP or Maharastrawadi Gomantak Party are scheduled to have a second round coordination committee conference this coming November 9 to talk about the pre-election coalition for the impending assembly poll.
The Maharashtra governing NCP or Nationalist Congress Party showed negative remarks from the declaration made by Prithviraj Chavan, the Chief Minister, wherein according to him, Lavasa City venture was critical for the nation as well as requesting the Ministry of Environment and Forests to award the venture an initial approval.
Sunday 6 November 2011
Sharad Pawar, the NCP or Nationalist Congress Party’s leader and union Agriculture Minister, together with Praful Patel, the NCP leader and Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises Minister, last Thursday conferred with Sonia Gandhi, the Congress president, at her home in 10 Janpath.
NCP this day reproached Hatkanangle MP as well as Swabhimani Shetkari Sanghtana chief Raju Shetty for drawing out a demonstration of farmers to Baramati from Pandharpur to ask for increase in prices of sugarcane.
Nationalist Congress Party, the Meghalaya’s opposition, announced this Thursday that they requested Chief Minister Mukul Sangma to right away conduct a conference of the security commission to talk about the worsening condition in the trouble-torn regions of Garo Hills.
NCP or Nationalist Congress Party showed no interest in working with Congress, its partner, in the impending Mumbai civic poll to be held in February 2012, according to the party’s leaders managing the municipal polls as relayed to Sharad Pawar, their chief.
Friday 4 November 2011
Vandana Chavan, the Pune city unit president of Nationalist congress Party or NCP, last Tuesday asked Prithviraj Chavan, the chief minister, to “reconsider and reverse” the judgment to permit 4% construction in the recommended BDP or bio-diversity park.
Expectations are high on the impending city elections in Kendrapara on November 15 as the NCP, a partner of the reigning BJD or Biju Janata Dal, already made a coalition with the Congress, the majority opposition party in the nation.
The Nationalist Congress Party heads nationwide are scheduled to have a conference with Sharad Pawar, the NCP president in Mumbai, in the next two days to talk about the tactic of the party for the impending polls to local positions in Maharashtra.
Azam Pansare, the displeased higher-ranking chief of Nationalist Congress Party or NCP, this Sunday showed noticeable sign that he is to maintain his ties with his party with the guidance of NCP supremo Sharad Pawar and deputy chief minister Ajit Pawar.
NCP through its general secretary Tariq Anwar made a firm opposition to the stance of Prithviraj Chavan, the Maharashtra Chief Minister, wherein the nation’s Home Minister must have come from Congress instead from the party headed by Sharad Pawar.