Union Cabinet Minister

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Sunder Lal Patwa
... statesman, who served as the Chief minister of Madhya Pradesh and a former cabinet minister in Government of India ... He twice became chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh, from 20 January 1980 to 17 February 1980 and from 5 March 1990 to 15 December 1992. 1980- Chief Minister, Madhya Pradesh (twice) Feb ...
S. Jaipal Reddy - Positions Held
... Elected twice as President, Osmania Students Union, Osmania University 1965–71 President AP Youth Congress 1969–72 General secretary, Andhra Pradesh ... Forum on Water Conservation Management Jan 2006 Union cabinet minister, Urban Development,Vice-President Parliamentary Forum on Water Conservation Management ...
Bijoy Krishna Handique
... He was the Minister of Mines from May 2009 - 18 January 2011,Minister of Development of North Eastern Region from May 2009 to July, 2011 and Minister of State ... He formally took oath of office as Union Cabinet Minister holding dual charges of Mines and the Development of North East Region (DoNER) portfolios ... Handique previously was appointed a Minister Of State for Defence and Parliamentary Affairs in 2004 and subsequently was a Minister of State for Chemicals ...

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