Today, Met Shri.Bhupinder Singh Hooda, ex CM of Haryana who visited Puducherry.

Today, Met Shri.Bhupinder Singh Hooda, ex CM of Haryana who visited Puducherry.

@INCIndia @INCPuducherry @INCTamilNadu https://t.co/Ndv6SLBn2h


Today, Met Shri.Bhupinder Singh Hooda, ex CM of Haryana who visited Puducherry

Today, Met Shri.Bhupinder Singh Hooda, ex CM of Haryana who visited Puducherry . @INCIndia @INCPuducherry @INCTamilNadu @INCHaryana https://t.co/BJjxGipgcE


Message regarding the recent incident happened to Shri.Rahul Gandhi ji at Gujarat.

Message regarding the recent incident happened to Shri. Rahul Gandhi ji at Gujarat.

@INCIndia @INCPuducherry https://t.co/P6CUwxlCzZ


Today, Met the Vice-President of our @INCIndia Shri.Rahul Gandhi ji @OfficeOfRG at New Delhi with our MLAs.

Today, Met the Vice-President of our @INCIndia Shri.Rahul Gandhi ji @OfficeOfRG at New Delhi with our MLAs.

@INCPuducherry @INCTamilNadu https://t.co/CztR3AybnB


Tributes to our First Chief Minister of Puducherry Shri.Edouard Goubert on his birth anniversary at @INCPuducherry.

Tributes to our First Chief Minister of Puducherry Shri.Edouard Goubert on his birth anniversary at @INCPuducherry. @INCIndia https://t.co/RTnoWmjhQf


Puducherry: Ruling Congress protests against nomination of BJP MLAs

Puducherry: Ruling Congress protests against nomination of BJP MLAs A bandh was also observed on July 8 in Puducherry at the instance of these parties to protest against the “undemocratic style of functioning of the Lt Governor and the nomination of three BJP activists by the Centre without adhering to democratic procedures.” Members of the ruling Congress on Thursday protested against the induction of three nominated members of the BJP to the Puducherry Assembly by the Centre without consulting the territorial government. Puducherry Chief Minister V Narayanasamy accompanied by PCC chief and PWD Minister A Namassivayam, party MLAs and functionaries Read More


New drinking water supply scheme to be launched: Puducherry CM V Narayanasamy

New drinking water supply scheme to be launched: Puducherry CM V Narayanasamy Chief Minister V Narayanasamy said the government would utilise the remaining amount for laying underground drainage pipeline and also for augmenting water supply in other three regions of Karaikal, Mahe and Yanam in the next phase. The Puducherry government is formulating a massive drinking water augmentation scheme for Puducherry region. the French government-sponsored Agency (French Development Agency) in Paris has consented to provide a soft loan of Rs 1,400 crores for the project to augment the drinking water supply and also for laying underground drainage pipes in the Read More


Kiran Bedi versus V Narayanasamy: Here’s what the Puducherry political row is all about

Kiran Bedi versus V Narayanasamy: Here’s what the Puducherry political row is all about Political equations between Lieutenant-Governor Kiran Bedi and Chief Minister V Narayanasamy in Puducherry have been tense for a while now. In January this year, Congress and DMK MLAs demanded that the Centre recall Bedi, accusing her having a “dictatorial” style of functioning which bypassed the elected legislature. Bedi had last month met Home Minister Rajnath Singh in New Delhi and apprised him of the “constraints” she faced in serving the Union Territory. Last year, Bedi had threatened to quit and leave the Union Territory if there Read More


Govt can save lot if affluent sections opt out of freebies: Puducherry CM V Narayanasamy

Govt can save lot if affluent sections opt out of freebies: Puducherry CM V Narayanasamy Narayanasamy thanked ruling Congress leaders and cadres for their “instantaneous response” to his request for removal of all banners and cutouts erected for his coming birthday. Puducherry Chief Minister V Narayanasamy today pitched for affluent sections of people voluntarily opting out of various freebies provided to all ration card holders so that government could save a lot and extend the benefits to the needy. Talking to reporters here, he said Ministers, MLAs and officials in higher pay brackets and other affluent sections, including those paying Read More


Puducherry Chief Minister Raises Demand For Exemption From NEET At NITI Meet

Puducherry Chief Minister Raises Demand For Exemption From NEET At NITI Meet CHENNAI: Puducherry Chief Minister V Narayanasamy today said he had raised the demand for a five year exemption from NEET for the Union Territory, at the Niti Aayog meeting held in New Delhi. Since students from both Puducherry and Tamil Nadu did not appear for CBSE exams, there were ‘difficulties’ for them in clearing the National Entrance cum Eligibility Test (NEET), he told reporters at the airport. Referring to Tamil Nadu Assembly adopting two bills seeking exemption from the test and now awaiting Presidential assent, Narayanasamy said Puducherry Read More


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