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Nitish Kumar asks JD(U) workers to use Facebook, Twitter to counter BJP

The party has decided to hold a rally at the Gandhi Maidan on February 15 next to galvanise workers.

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Janata Parivar: Speed breakers before proposed merger

Lalu and Nitish had hinted they would merge after January 15, at the end of inauspicious kharmas.


Nitish dismisses speculation about Manjhi’s removal

Kumar had handpicked Manjhi to replace him on CM chair after he resigned in May 2014.


Patna High Court reverses Bihar Speaker order, reinstates four JD (U) legislators

The HC on Tuesday reversed the Speaker’s order saying 10 Schedule had not been applicable in case of these MLAs.


Merger of Janata Parivar parties on track: Nitish

Kumar was talking to media persons after the end of two-day meeting of party leaders here.

JD(U): If merger is delayed, we may lose Bihar to BJP

Bihar ally RJD wants to take any step in this direction only after inauspicious “kharmas” month.


Bihar: BJP accuses JD(U) of giving Rs 100 cr benefit to liquor suppliers

It was a serious breach of policy and the BJP would raise it in and outside the legislature.


BJP attacks JD(U) govt over PMC Commissioner suspension

Sushil said the state government had been looking for ways for last 18 months to remove Kuldip Narayan.


Merger of Janata Parivar parties on our agenda, talks on with Lalu Yadav: K C Tyagi

Lalu warms up to the idea, Mulayam tipped to lead new party.


Paswan flays Nitish for being jealous of Modi

Ram Vilas Paswan, whose Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) is an ally of BJP in NDA, said Modi’s popularity has crossed borders.

Under fire, Manjhi says was always Nitish’s ‘Lakshman’

The report card seemed to flaunt what the government has done for Mahadalits and minorities.


I have time till polls, won’t be cowed down: Jeetan Ram Manjhi

Manjhi said that he had been working for the welfare of the Dalits and wanted ‘fast results’ before he is removed.

Mind your tongue, JD(U) tells Manjhi

Manjhi’s statements had greatly embarrassed the party, especially at a time when Nitish Kumar was trying to galvanise JD(U) at the grassroots.

Janata Parivar plans single bloc, common leaders in Houses

Leaders of five parties — SP, JD(U), RJD, JD(S) and INLD — will meet on November 25 to choose the leaders in both Houses.


‘Misunderstanding’ between Manjhi and Nitish Kumar ends: JD(U)

It was an open and heartful talk between the two leaders on Friday night.