Earlier this year, JD(U) candidates had contested on 11 seats during the MCD polls but lost.
“When Gujarat could implement liquor ban, Bihar could show that it could also be banned in the state, why it cannot be banned in the entire country?”
Nitish also said that there is no surprise element to the news that Rahul Gandhi is set to become the Congress president, as the top post in the Congress would always remain with one family.
“The film has not even been cleared by the censor board. So, the question of imposing a ban is premature,” Bihar CM Nitish Kumar said.
Sushil Modi had invited all guests through virtual invitation cards and had announced on the card that no dowry was taken in the marriage.
Bihar principal secretary of science and technology Arun Kumar Singh appealed to the Human Resource Development (HRD) Ministry for the University Grants Commission’s (UGC) approval to BIT Mesra’s centre in Patna.
Although Nitish Kumar has been avoiding taking names in his tweets, his barbs hurled from the microblogging website have unfailingly drawn angry responses from Prasad.
Lalu hit back at Nitish’s, saying Nitish had betrayed the election mandate of 2015 and reminded people about a pending murder case against Nitish.
In Kheda district, Nitish Kumar-led JD(U) suffered two losses as the party’s candidates in Nadiad and Mehmedabad were disqualified.
Lalu did not react to Nitish’s tweet, but targeted PM Narendra Modi.
“Not a day passes when people in Bihar do not open newspapers or TV expecting news of a new scam,” says Tejashwi Yadav
The chief minister also claimed that contrary to apprehensions, there has been a rise in the number of tourists visiting Bihar after the liquor ban last year
“Hardik had shown camaraderie with our leader and met Nitishji in Patna, but he is now an ally of the Congress, which alone is responsible for denying rights of Patels. We will play up our strength rather than maligning others,” K C Tyagi said.
Nitish Kumar told the officials to keep the alignment of the proposed Patna Metro in mind while going ahead with the work on “Ram Manohar Lohia Path Chakra”.
Jyoti Prakash Nirala, a resident of Badladih area in Bihar’s Rohtas district, was killed during an encounter with terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir’s Bandipora on Saturday.