There's more to the never-ending delay in declaring results by the Mumbai University than meets the eye. Vice-chancellor Sanjay Deshmukh, who has been sent on forced leave and is most unlikely to return to the prestigious office, has blamed his failure on sabotage by certain people in the university. Deshmukh has sought more time to submit evidences to establish the serious charge that he has made in an interim explanation to the chancellor of universities and the governor of Maharashtra.
Uddhav Thackeray also took potshots at BJP over the loan waiver for farmersIf the BJP says something, can the Shiv Sena be far behind? Especially when it appears almost certain that the two will go their separate ways in the next Lok Sabha (LS) polls. A day after BJP president Amit Shah unveiled a plan to win 350 LS seats in 2019, Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray yesterday said, "The Shiv Sena too is preparing to double its seats, not only in Lok Sabha, but also in the Assembly."
Dispelling uncertainty prevailing in the BJP rank and file, chief minister Devendra Fadnavis said on Thursday that nobody had the strength to topple his government. He said the BJP would continue in the current term for as long as it wished. "There will be no mid-term polls, we will be there as long as we wish. We will complete five years, and let me tell you that nobody has strength to topple our government," he said while addressing party workers at the BJP state executive meeting in Borivli.
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Selecting a term
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