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Mr. Sudhakar Rao Naik

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Indus Hospital _ Shimla | Himachal Pradesh | India, 29 Sept 2009 [cached]
Indus Hospital | Shimla | Himachal Pradesh | India, 29 Sept 2009 [cached]
Sachin Kamble
www.KAMBLE.NET, 22 Feb 2011 [cached]
His devotion for the growth of softball was recognized by the Government of Maharashtra and was awarded with medal and certificate by the Chief Minister of Maharashtra - Dr Sudhakar Naik. Former Maharashtra CM Sudhakar Naik dead, 10 May 2001 [cached]
Sudhakar Naik is dead
Former Maharashtra chief minister and Nationalist Congress Party politician Sudhakar Naik died in Bombay on Thursday following a heart attack.
He was 67 and is survived by wife, a son and two daughters.
Naik breathed his last in a private hospital, where he had been admitted a few days ago following complaints of breathlessness.
Naik, who was the Congress chief minister of Maharashtra between 1991 and 1993, was at the helm when Bombay was rocked by riots in the aftermath of the demolition of the Babri Masjid.
He was replaced by Sharad Pawar, who returned to the state as chief minister, when Naik's handling of the riots drew flak from many quarters.
Naik later became governor of Himachal Pradesh and held the post from July 1994 to September 1995.
He was elected to the Lok Sabha in 1998.
A nephew of Maharashtra's third and longest-serving chief minister, the late Vasantrao Naik, Sudhakar Naik hailed from Pusad in Vidarbha and rose from the ranks to become a member of the state legislature in 1977.He held many ministerial portfolios in Congress governments until he became chief minister in June 1991.
Naik joined Pawar's Nationalist Congress Party in May 1999 and became a legislator again in the October 1999 assembly election.
Naik's funeral will take place in Pusad on Friday.
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iii. Babasaheb Kedar was Minister of ... [cached]
iii. Babasaheb Kedar was Minister of State for Rural Development in the then Chief Minister Sudhakar Naik's Ministry during the period 1990-92. iv. Popularly known as 'Sahakar Maharshi', he played a pioneering role in the development of various cooperative enterprises and educational institutions in Nagpur district as well as other parts of the region and worked for the betterment of the farming community all his life.
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