Digambar Kamat

Digambar Kamat

Digambar Kamat

Date of Birth : March 8, 1954
Mini Biography
Digambar Kamat is a politician from Goa, and since June 2007 he is the Chief Minister of Goa. Digambar is a long-term senior politician in the state. He left the Indian National Congress in 1994 and joined the Bharatiya Janata Party when he was not given the INC ticket. In 2005, he left the BJP-led government in the state and returned to the Congress. On July 25th, 2007, Kamat’s government fell into crisis, as it appeared to not have a majority after resignations and alliance break-up’s.

Allegation game begin in Congress in Goa

The Congress leaders in Goa have started the blame game with outgoing public works department minister Churchill Alemao stating that the Chief Minister Digambar Kamat had worked against him. Almost 80 per cent of Catholic priests worked against Congress. They...

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Goa polls: Around 20% voting recorded in first two hours

Approximately 20 % polling reported in Goa in the first two hours of elections to pick a 40-member assembly on Saturday. North Goa district which reported 21 per cent voting has 23 assembly segments, while South Goa district which clocked...

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Congress meet to its finalise nominees today

Goa, where the Congress is in power in alliance with NCP, is going to polls on March 3. A crucial meeting of the Congress to finalise the first list of candidates for Goa Assembly election would be held in...

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BJP wants to encash of mining issue

After exposing the Digambar Kamat led government on illegal mining front, Goa BJP has now woven its election campaign around the raging issue, promising people to save legal mines and providing them amenities through revenue earned from iron ore exports. Leader...

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Congress polls campaign in Goa without NCP

Goa polls the Congress leaders have began their poll campaign in the state without NCP, even though there is still uncertainty over the party's alliance with the NCP. While aspirants have already submitted their claim for tickets to Goa Pradesh...

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