After a meeting of senior functionaries, MPs and MLAs called by Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray, party MP Sanjay Raut hit out at the saffron ally over its "failures", reflecting further strain in ties between the long-time partners.
The state attracted more than half of the total foreign direct investment (FDI) in the country last fiscal, Fadnavis said at an industry event.
Fadnavis said opportunities exist in the state for businesses across all sectors, and pointed out upcoming areas under the Smart City initiative which can be of interest to power, grid and housing industries.
On August 9, members of the Maratha community, staged their 58th and final 'muk morcha' (silent protest) in Mumbai demanding reservation in jobs and educational institutions
"For expansion we are looking at setting up another manufacturing facility and a new R&D centre. We haven't finalised the place, but it's going to be in Maharashtra for sure," UM India director Jose Villegas told reporters here.
Gadkari said apart from Damanganga-Pinjal, the government was also aiming at starting the "actual work" on the Ken- Betwa, Par-Tapi-Narmada river-linking and Pancheshwar and North Koel dam projects in the next three months.
Among the early starters for the immersion in the city were the Ganesh Galli Mandal and Lalbaughcha Raja which attracted lakhs of devotees during the Ganesh festival, that began on August 25 and concludes on 'Anant Chaturdashi' today.
Applications have been received from Uttar Pradesh, Karnataka, Gujarat and Telangana
The decision to pull out of the NDA and the 'Mahayuti' (grand alliance) in the state was taken during a state-level executive meeting of the party here
Karnataka, with 2805 cases, and Tamil Nadu, with 2956 cases, aren’t far behind. Though they have managed their mortality much better, both registering only 15 deaths.
The CAG's revenue report, tabled on Friday before the monsoon session of the Maharashtra Legislature concluded, also showed that the outstanding amount on vehicle tax was as high as Rs 1,156.63 crore as on March 31, 2016.
Terming the tragedy as a “mass murder”, the Shiv Sena, in an editorial in mouthpiece Saamana, said the Centre would have taken strict action if any of the opposition parties were in power in Uttar Pradesh.
The report stated the arrears of revenue as on March 31, 2016 under major heads of revenue amounted to Rs 1,09,306.77 crore, of which the amount of Rs 27,821.76 crore is outstanding for more than five years.
Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has told the Centre the land in question, ad measuring 0.9 hectares, will be used to set up an International Finance Service Center (IFSC), and the state is willing a provide an alternative site for the train project, Transport Minister Diwakar Raote said today.
This will be the 58th - and the largest - protest march of the Maratha community, exactly a year after the first march was held in Aurangabad, the organisers told reporters here.
"During the demonetisation, we had asked the toll operators to stop collecting toll as there was shortage of cash with public. We had also committed to compensate them for their losses, which we are now doing," state finance minister Sudhir Mungantiwar told PTI.
A division bench of Justices R M Sawant and Sadhana Jadhav was hearing petitions filed by Uber India Ltd, Ola Ltd and six drivers plying cabs with these two companies challenging the Maharashtra city taxi rules implemented by the state government this year.
Roads ministry plans to beautify ports; wants to create arcades like Chowpatty and gardens near Thane waterways
Despite plentiful rains in most parts of the country, monsoon has been patchy in some areas of Punjab and Maharashtra, prompting the two state governments to initiate steps to stop pest attacks.
"The state government is buying time," the Leader of Opposition in the Legislative Assembly told reporters here on eve of the Monsoon session.
Buldhana District Collectorate has confirmed that an Electronic Voting Machine (EVM) had malfunctioned during the Zilla Parishad elections held in the month of February.
There is also a depression forming over central India that has pulled the south-west monsoon, which brought more showers, the official said adding, "For the last five days, these developments are taking place gradually and the intensity of precipitation has gone up significantly."
The ranking of 20 states and one Union Territory of Delhi was based on six pillars -- labour, infrastructure, economic climate, governance and political stability, perceptions and land -- and 51 sub-indicators.
The proposed 60 million tonne per annum refinery will be built by the three state-run oil companies under which IndianOil will hold 50 per cent equity and BPCL and HPCL holding the remaining stakes equally.