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Sharad eyes Bihar formula for other states

Focus on erstwhile ‘Janata Parivar’, JD(U) chief gives call for ‘Total Justice’.


Bengal Congress seeks to join hands with TMC, cite Lalu-Nitish experiment

The votaries of such a tie-up in the Congress are now saying, they will raise the demand with the party high command in Delhi.


BJP can’t extend Modi wave to bypolls, Nitish-Lalu alliance clicks in Bihar

BJP suffered a 4-6 defeat in Bihar and lost ground to Congress in Karnataka and Madhya Pradesh.

Read more: BJP, Congress, JD(U), RJD

Bypoll results LIVE: Bellary Rural falls to Congress; grand alliance wins six seats in Bihar

Counting is currently underway in four states — Bihar, Punjab, Karnataka and Madhya Pradesh — for seats that went to bypoll.


Congress slams Vinod Rai for claiming UPA pressurised him to drop names from audit reports

Congress says sensationalising things has become ex-CAG Vinod Rai’s staple.

Read more: CAG, Congress, JD(U), UPA, Vinod Rai

JD(U) suspends MLA for targeting Nitish, Lalu

Ranjan, once close to Kumar, had last week launched an attack against the tie-up between Kumar and Prasad.


Now, CM Manjhi says Dalits should go for inter-caste marriage to ‘increase population’

“…if we have to become a political force, we need to take our population from 16 to 22 per cent,” said Manhji.

JD(U) leader tells Nitish to quit politics

JD(U) national president Sharad Yadav, meanwhile, said that he would speak to Shakuni Choudhary.


Nitish is tragic hero in Bihar bypoll drama

Nitish-Lalu-Congress campaign’s message and hype are all about uniting the forces of “samajik nyaya (social justice)” and “secularism” to combat Modi.


At Chhapra poll meet, Nitish appears more at ease with Lalu

Launch frontal attack on saffron party: ‘United to provide antidote to BJP venom’.


BJP is drunk with power, making brazen comments on me: Nitish Kumar

“Jab Ravan ka ghamand nahi raha to BJP ka kya rahega,” said Nitish.


Congress says ties with JD(U), RJD for ‘larger national interest’

In seat-sharing for the Assembly bypoll in Bihar, RJD and JD(U) would contest four seats each and the Congress two.

Read more: Congress, JD(U), RJD

Light bulb moment

The latest heist in an MP bungalow shows these are dark times for Indian politicians


Bihar, a new story

Nitish has joined hands with Lalu. Together, they might just provide an alternative to an ascendant BJP.


Nitish Kumar supports protest against CSAT

Nitish told reporters that UPSC examination was not aimed at testing knowledge of an alien language (English) but that of merit.

Read more: JD(U), Nitish Kumar, UPSC

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