Narayan Rane

Narayan Rane

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Narayan Rane (, b. April 10, 1952) is an Indian politician. He is currently the Minister for Industry, Port, Employment and Self-employment in the Government of Maharashtra. He was a member of Shiv Sena until July 2005, then he joined Indian National Congress party.


Narayan Rane joined Shivsena in his early twenties, and later went on to become chief minister of Maharashtra. Due to dispute between him and Shivsena working president Udhav Thackarey, Narayan Rane left Shiv Sena on July 3, 2005 and also resigned from the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly soon. He later joined the Indian National Congress and was made the Revenue Minister of Maharashtra, often perceived as a powerful ministry. Rane sought re-election from his Malvan seat in the Konkan region on a Congress ticket and won with a lead of over 50,000 votes despite a well-fought and organized campaign by the Shiv Sena.


Narayan Rane launched the Marathi daily Prahaar on October 8, 2008, under the banner of Rane Prakashan Pvt. Ltd. While he serves as the Consulting Editor, veteran journalist Alhad Godbole is the editor of the newspaper. In two years, Prahaar has emerged as one of the most widely read Marathi dailies.Speaking about the newspaper, Rane said a newspaper was a powerful weapon of public awareness and revolution and that he wanted to use it for the development of Maharashtra. In the signed editorial carried on the front page of his newspaper, Rane stated, “I am a politician. I had the...
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