Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Saturday said there was no “cloud of uncertainty” over merger of old Janata Parivar splinter groups and that it was on track. “The merger vehicle of Janata Parivar is on track and the vehicle is on the run,” Kumar told reporters after a conclave on skill development in Patna. […]
Lalu said that Modi has nothing to show as an achievement so far and is merely indulging in witch-hunting of opponents and Singh has become a victim.
Lalu once hoped that his eldest daughter Misa would marry Yadav’s eldest son Akhilesh.
Among others are Manish Tewari and Sriprakash Jaiswal, Rita Bahunga Joshi, Jitin Prasada and Salim Sherwani.
Nitish Kumar could have got valuable advice from his rival-turned-friend Lalu Prasad on trusting people.
Lalu’s clearance is vital as the JD(U) is able to sustain its government in Bihar only because of his support after the break-up with the BJP.
Paswan’s reaction comes after Lalu had said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has become an NRI.
With Congress and Left diminished, a revived Janata could claim the opposition space.
Nitish Kumar is caught between personal ambition of CM Manjhi and “recalcitrance” of Lalu Prasad.
Sources within JD(U) said Lalu held the key to Nitish taking charge of the state again.
Anushka said that she ensures she starts her campaign on an empty stomach.
Bhola Yadav, Lalu’s personal assistant for over two decades now, filed his nomination for the MLC seat.
According to the hospital, his condition is stable and the health check-up was scheduled well in advance.
In Lalu Prasad-Rabri Devi’s Saran, Prabhunath Singh’s son Randhir wins Chhapra prestige battle.
The RJD won three of the four seats it contested, while the JD(U) and the Congress won as many seats as they lost.