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Maratha Kranti Morcha: CM Devendra Fadanvis promises concession in fees for Maratha students

Arti Ghargi

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After a daylong protest by Maratha Community, the Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis met the delegation of protestors in the afternoon. Following the brief meeting, he addressed the legislative council on the issue.
The Maratha community has demanded for reservation in jobs and colleges. The Chief Minister said it has been referred to the backward classes commission. The panel will be set up to study the feasibility of the demand.
Besides, the state government also granted land and a sum of Rs 5 crore to each district to build hostels for Maratha students. The government also promised Maratha students concessions in fees for 605 education courses, interest-free loans up to Rs 10 lakh for self-employment.
The Maratha community has demanded death penalty for the accused in the kopardi gang rape and murder case. Fadnavis said the trial in the case was being fast-tracked, and the government will ensure highest punishment for the perpetrators.

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No Hindi no progress, says Vice President Naidu

Anusha Bhattacharya

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Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu on Friday termed the English language a ‘disease’ left behind by the British, stressing that Hindi was the symbol of “socio-political and linguistic unity” in India. He also said that not enough was being done to promote the Indian language. Now, Interestingly, in the same meeting the assembly also adopted English as an official language . I wonder how the Vice President Venkaiah Naidu use words like electricity, internet, mobile phones ….he cant use english , because english is a disease.

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Vijay Mallya says he met Finance Minister Jaitley while Jaitley denies, but what’s the truth?

Anusha Bhattacharya

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Fugitive tycoon Vijay Mallya on Wednesday said he had a “meeting” with Arun Jaitley before leaving India in 2016. Arun Jaitley, however, said he never gave Vijay Mallya an appointment after becoming a minister in 2014 and further added that the liquor baron misused his position as a member of parliament to approach him once in Parliament. Later Vijay Mallya reiterated his statement saying and toned down the statement saying that no formal meeting took place and that he “happened” to meet the minister in the parliament

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Sanjay Nirupam puts his foot in the mouth once again!

Anusha Bhattacharya

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Mumbai Congress chief Sanjay Nirupam on Wednesday created a fresh controversy after he called Prime Minister Narendra Modi illiterate-unsophisticated . Expressing his dissatisfaction over the forcible screening of some film on Modi, Nirupam said the children of our country shouldn’t watch such films because they are unaware of the PM’s educational qualification.

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