NCP MP Supriya Sule said the Union government is going to spend Rs 800 crore to Rs 1,000 crore on the Central Vista project.
However, LDF has said that eight seats can be given to them combined, while it would be four and three seats, respectively, should the two parties opt to contest separately.
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Kappan said he will attend the reception of Aiswarya Kerala Yatra led by Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala in Pala on Sunday.
Meanwhile, the Congress-led UDF is ready to welcome Kappan into the fold.
The protesters claimed that they belonged to two voluntary organisation which work for the welfare of children, especially child labour.
Seat cannot be given to NCP, CM tells party nat’l gen secy Praful Patel. Mani C Kappan-led faction set to join UDF
In their joint action plan, NCPCR and NCB that every police station should have a list of CCTVs installed in surrounding areas of the schools in their jurisdiction.
For the record though, the allies complained they were not taken into confidence over the Speaker’s resignation, but the Congress rebutted they were informally sounded out at appropriate levels.
The alliance has decided to explore legal options against the governor for not approving the 12 names recommended by the Cabinet.
PM Narendra Modi, Rajnath Singh, Nitin Gadkari should hold talks with farm unions: NCP chief Sharad Pawar
Sharad Pawar said differences regarding the implementation of agriculture reforms can be resolved through deliberations.
Amit Shah said the Shiv Sena leader addressed poll rallies with him and PM Narendra Modi before the Maharashtra Assembly elections.
Softening his stand on the Pala assembly seat, NCP leader Mani C Kappan on Thursday said he would do what party chief Sharad Pawar asks him to do.
According to SAD MP Harsimrat Kaur Badal who coordinated the visit, the leaders were not allowed to cross the barricades and reach the protest site.
Parents have been alleging that some schools are also asking students to buy books of private publishers.