Monday, 19 December, 2011

NCP to gain more in February 2012 corporation elections

Sachin Ahir, the leader of NCP or Nationalist Congress Party, announced that they have been targeting to utilize the party’s highest achievement in city council elections in the fast approaching city corporation elections to be held in February 2012 which include polls for the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) in Mumbai, Nagpur Municipal Corporation along with 8 more corporations.

NCP, Congress optimistic in keeping up fine performance

The NCP as well as Congress members were all set to replicate the feat they did in another place but this time in Katol Municipal Council polls this Friday. The polls for Saoner, Umred, Ramtek, Mohpa, Kalmeshwar and Narkhed city councils have been held last December 11 whereas the Khapa municipal council polls occurred last December 13.

Sharad Pawar nearly brushes away Municipal Council elections

Sharad Pawar, the NCP leader, celebrated his birthday with a good report wherein his party nearly brushed away majority of the 133 Municipal Councils that set out to elections last December 11.

NCP, Congress triumph in home district of Hazare in civic elections

Last Wednesday, the Nationalist Congress Party or NCP as well as the Congress emerged victorious in the civic body polls as the majority of the Mumbai, (IANS) People in the home district of Anna Hazare cast their votes in support for them wherein Congress got 80 seats while NCP has 37.

Thursday, 15 December, 2011

NCP emerges victorious in Talegaon council polls

Last Monday, the NCP or Nationalist Congress Party astonishingly emerged victorious in the Talegaon Municipal Council elections wherein out of the 23 seats the party got 15 while the BJP obtained just 8 seats.

NCP triumphs in 3 bailiwicks of Praful Patel

In Bhandara-Gondia parliamentary constituency last Monday, the NCP or Nationalist Congress Party emerged victorious in the 3 out of the 4 city council polls wherein the place is the bailiwick of the party chief as well as the union minister Praful Patel.

Wednesday, 14 December, 2011

NCP to increase energy slash concern in Assembly

Nationalist Congress Party or NCP’s state unit is set to increase the concern of energy slash in Orissa’s both urban and rural regions during the Assembly’s winter session that began last Friday, according to Amar Prasad Satpathy, the NCP Legislature Party chief.

Monday, 12 December, 2011

NCP asks resolution on tollgate inflated tax charging

The NCP or Nationalist Congress Party in Meghalaya through its opposition chief, Conrad K Sangma, announced that they have asked for resolution opposed to the operators of the toll gate along the state’s National Highway 62 for purportedly making inflated tax charges on trucks that ply in the course of the road.

NCP supports MNS on “homeless must not vote”

Raj Thackeray, the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena or MNS leader, already got an improbable partner in opposition NCP or Nationalist Congress Party through the city’s guardian minister, Jayant Patil, regarding his recommendation to reject voting rights to citizens who do not have a valid residence.

NCP firm on minorities receiving fitting representation

Vandana Chavan, the president of the Nationalist Congress Party, announced that NCP is set to provide the fitting representation to the Muslim group of people in its selections for the civic elections dated next year of February.

Anil Deshmukh criticizes BJP on cotton price issue

Anil Deshmukh, the state food and civil supplies minister, made criticisms to BJP due to implementation of ‘double standards’. He emphasized that those states governed by BJP only made slight effort to increase the support price for cotton within their corresponding area of jurisdiction.

Sunday, 4 December, 2011

Congress eyes to continue coalition talks with NCP on Dec. 15

The Congress has been eyeing to avoid going into talks about its coalition with the Nationalist Congress Party or NCP until December 15 for the proceeding Thane Municipal Corporation polls wherein the conference occurred in Mumbai presided by the Chief Minister Pritviraj Chavan as well as MPCC Chief Manikrao Thakre.

Maharashtra to entertain inquiries on FDI in retail concerns

While the NCP or Nationalist Congress Party already supported the volition of the UPA government to launch retail segment to FDI, Ajit Pawar, the Maharashtra deputy chief minister, last Thursday, announced that the state admin will entertain inquiries from the trade unions about the FDI in retail concerns.

Friday, 2 December, 2011

Pawar reiterates farmers to gain from FDI

Sharad Pawar, the Union Agriculture Minister as well as NCP chief, defended Manmohan Singh, the Prime Minister, as the party leader stated that the FDI policy is set to be implemented only in the huge cities with greater than 10 lakh population while exemptions will be implemented for towns with small population.