N Rangasamy

Puducherry Chief Minister N Rangasamy enhances old age and destitute pension amid COVID crisis

It may be recalled that the previous government led by V Narayanasamy had also tried to enhance the old age and destitute pension, but its proposal did not get approval from the then LG Kiran Bedi

published on : 8th May 2021

11 persons, who came to attend Puducherry CM's swearing-in ceremony, test Covid positive

They were disallowed to attend the ceremony and were sent for further treatment, said a press release.

published on : 7th May 2021

Fourth time lucky, Rangasamy to head his first coalition government in Puducherry

Known to be a simple, soft-spoken and accessible leader, Rangasamy is famous for driving around in a two- wheeler across the streets of Puducherry, even as a CM.

published on : 7th May 2021

AINRC leader N Rangasamy sworn in as Puducherry Chief Minister

Due to covid restrictions, only the elected MLAs, senior party functionaries, Chief Secretary Ashwani Kumar and other government officials were present on the occasion.

published on : 7th May 2021

BJP will be part of my govt in Puducherry: Rangasamy

NR Congress chief and Puducherry Chief Minister-designate N Rangasamy said he would take oath on Friday, adding that the BJP would be part of his government.

published on : 6th May 2021

N Rangasamy to be sworn in as Chief Minister of Puducherry on May 7

On approval by the President, Ranagasamy will be invited for the swearing in by the Lt Governor.

published on : 5th May 2021

Rangasamy seeks advice from spiritual guru at Salem temple before deciding on Puducherry Cabinet

As in the past, Rangasamy would sit near the samadhi of his guru and silently connect with him. Through intuition, he understands the advice from his guru and takes decisions by following it.

published on : 5th May 2021

Former Puducherry CM Rangasamy urges PM Modi to enhance annual central grants to UT ahead of polls

The grants need to be in the ratio of 70 per cent borne by the Centre, and the remaining 30 per cent from Puducherry’s own resources, Rangasamy said.

published on : 30th March 2021

Independent G Nehru richest candidate in Puducherry with Rs 44 crore, ex-CM Rangasamy is next

All India NR Congress (AINRC) founder President and former Chief Minister N Rangasamy has declared assets of Rs 38.39 crores

published on : 29th March 2021

Congress quits race against Rangasamy in Yanam

Even weeks before the polls, the Congress has given up on the contest for Yanam seat as most of its leaders in the region have deserted the party.

published on : 20th March 2021

NR Congress President Rangasamy enters poll fray in second constituency in Puducherry

After offering prayers in a temple, he went on a rally around the constituency accompanied by former Health Minister Malladi Krishna Rao before filing his nomination.

published on : 17th March 2021

Rangasamy gheraoed by partymen after seat of sitting NR Congress MLA given to BJP in Puducherry

Though neither the BJP nor NR Congress have officially announced the constituencies allocated to each as yet, the leaders of both parties have reportedly reached an understanding on the seats

published on : 16th March 2021

NDA still has no CM face in Puducherry as BJP remains non-committal on Rangasamy's prospects

On Tuesday night, the AINRC executive committee adopted a resolution declaring N Rangasamy as the CM choice. 

published on : 11th March 2021

NR Congress declares N Rangasamy as Chief Ministerial candidate for Puducherry elections

Karnataka BJP Vice President Nirmal Kumar Surana, who is in charge of the Puducherry BJP, said that after the elections, the leaders of the legislature parties of the NDA will decide on the CM

published on : 10th March 2021

Malladi Krishna Rao begins campaign for Rangasamy

Former Health Minister Malladi Krishna Rao has urged N Rangasamy to contest from Yanam and has promised all support for campaign activities.

published on : 10th March 2021
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