Rao had been in constant war with Bedi for the last three and half years, over several key issues that were handled by ministries’ under him.
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The president Dr K Sriram and general secretary Dr G Anbusenthil said that a senior doctor was questioned and demeaned by Kiran Bedi
Chennai: Puducherry Lieutenant Governor Kiran Bedi on Wednesday urged Chief Minister V. Narayanasamy to induct women into his cabinet. In a tweet Bedi said: “At Women’s Day function, eminent local speakers sought more for women. I urge the HCM (Honourable Chief Minister) of Puducherry to begin with by appointing women[Read More…]
In the rally, Chief Minister V Narayanasamy, PCC President A Namasivayam and other leaders were seen riding the scooters and bikes, which commenced from Samipillai thottam.
Puducherry: The protest by Puducherry Chief Minister V. Narayanasamy and his five ministers outside Lt Governor Kiran Bedi’s official residence entered the third day on Friday. The Congress leader and his cabinet colleagues spent Wednesday and Thursday night on the road outside the Raj Nivas. They slept on the road[Read More…]
Film: “An Insignificant Man” Directors: Khushboo Ranka, Vinay Shukla Cast: Arvind Kejriwal, Yogendra Yadav, Santosh Koli, Sheila Dikshit Rating: **1/2 “An Insignificant Man” is an intermittently inspiring documentary that chronicles the meteoric rise of Arvind Kejriwal – the anti-corruption activist-turned-politician to the Chief Minister of Delhi. This 100-minute documentary starts[Read More…]
Congress party members staged a protest against state Lt. Governor Kiran Bedi outside Raj Bhavan in Puducherry on Saturday. The DMK, VCK and two other communist parties had called for a shutdown protest against Bedi’s style of functioning. The protestors were shouting slogans against the nomination of three Bharatiya Janata[Read More…]
Claiming that social media is used to promote and implement government schemes, Lieutenant Governor of Puducherry, Kiran Bedi, on Thursday cancelled Chief Minister V Narayanasamy’s order banning the use of WhatsApp, Facebook and Twitter for official work. In a circular, the Narayanasamy govt had directed the officers and Heads of[Read More…]