Sandeep Chhikara showed his power again as he took down Singh for one final time as the referee stopped the match and decided to award Chhikara with a Technical Knock Out victory.
The Maharashtra government has told the Bombay High Court that an extensive study undertaken by it has revealed that 80 per cent people of the Marathas were socially and economically backward.
The ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) today assured the Marathas of Maharashtra that it was committed to meeting the demand of the community without upsetting the existing OBC quota.
Shiv Sena President Uddhav Thackeray on Saturday has apologised for a cartoon published in 'Saamana' which was interpreted as ridiculing the Maratha community. The controversial cartoon, which took a swipe at the ongoing month-long agitations
The man, whose cartoon in Shiv Sena's mouthpiece Saamana has stirred a huge controversy, has apologised for offending and hurting the sentiments of Marathas. "I'm an artist not a political caricaturist," said Sriniwas Prabhudesai, who
New Delhi: The Maharashtra Other Backward Class (OBC) Organization has opposed reservation status to Patel and Maratha communities.Professor Shravan Deore, president of Maharashtra OBC organization recently met BJP MP Dr Subhash Bhamre who is the
Mumbai: The Bombay High Court on Friday stayed the Maharashtra government's decision to provide educational and job quotas to Marathas and Muslims while allowing educational reservation for the latter.The previous Congress-NCP government granted in July
Mumbai: Maharashtra government has decided to approach the Supreme Court after the Bombay High Court stayed the decision to give 16 per cent reservation to Marathas in public service and educational institutions, Chief Minister Devendra
Mumbai: In an attempt to justify its decision to provide reservations for Muslims and Marathas in jobs and educational institutions across the state, the Maharashtra government on Wednesday said that the decision was based on
Beed (Maha): Close on the heels of Maharashtra government providing 16 per cent reservation for Marathas and 5 per cent for Muslims in jobs and educational institutions, a PIL in the Bombay High Court has
Mumbai: Two days after Maharashtra government announced 16 per cent reservation for Marathas in jobs and educational institutions, a PIL was today filed in the Bombay High Court challenging the measure, terming it as a
Mumbai: The Maratha and Muslim communities in Maharashtra will now get reservations in jobs and education in government and semi-government sectors with immediate effect, Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan announced here Wednesday.While the politically influential Marathas