Puducherry CM Narayanasamy expresses satisfaction after meeting with PM Modi

Puducherry CM Narayanasamy expresses satisfaction after meeting with PM Modi Narayanasamy said his government had drawn up plans to link Puducherry through air connectivity with Bangalore, Hyderabad, Tirupati, Coimbatore and Kochi. Puducherry Chief Minister V Narayanasamy on Saturday expressed satisfaction over his recent meetings with, President Pranab Mukherjee, Prime Minister Narendra Modiand Central Ministers at New Delhi. “The meetings were very satisfactory” Narayanasamy told reporters after his return from New Delhi on Saturday. He said a detailed memorandum was presented to the Prime Minister seeking inclusion of Puducherry in Central Finance Commission or earmark funds under the category of a Read More


V Narayanasamy, cabinet skip yoga day in Pondicherry

V Narayanasamy, cabinet skip yoga day in Pondicherry The CM and all his Cabinet colleagues who were to participate in the yoga show in Pondy instead went to Yanam to attend different programmes. Puducherry: The first signs of strained relations between Puducherry Lt Governor, Kiran Bedi, who led the celebrations on the Beach road, and Chief Minister V. Narayanasamy surfaced on International Yoga Day. The CM and all his Cabinet colleagues who were to participate in the yoga show in Pondy instead went to Yanam to attend different programmes. The CM is due to leave for New Delhi Wednesday evening. Read More


Puducherry’s new CM V Narayanasamy has a tough road ahead

Puducherry’s new CM V Narayanasamy has a tough road ahead Son of a toddy tapper of Thavalakkuppam, a small village in the union territory, Narayanasamy’s strength is in playing a Machiavellian role in the churns in Puducherry politics. V Narayanasamy is the tenth chief minister of Puducherry where only four have completed their full tenure. The choice of V Narayanasamy, who has never won an assembly election, is a controversial one as he worked for the removal of ex-chief minister N Rangasamy. Rangasamy, in 2008, floated the All India N Rangasamy Congress (AINRC) after he quit the Congress following a Read More


In Puducherry, V Narayanasamy is a chief minister whom almost no one wants

In Puducherry, V Narayanasamy is a chief minister whom almost no one wants He has never contested an Assembly election, lost once in the two times he contested as a Lok Sabha MP, and yet, on 6 June, Congress leader V Narayanasamy, will become Puducherry’s new Chief Minister. He will become only the second person to assume the office of Chief Minister without having a seat in the House. In spite of strong opposition and lobbying within and outside his party the Indian National Congress, he is all set to take the reins in the Union Territory. When his name Read More


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