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Sunday, July 22, 2018

Nitish Kumar

Nitish Kumar resigned from his post of Chief Minister of Bihar on July 26, 2017. Kumar cited irreconcilable differences with ally RJD on the issue of corruption charges against his deputy Tejashwi Yadav. This is the second time that Nitish Kumar has resigned from his post as the Chief Minister of the state. His first resignation came in 2014 after his party JD(U) suffered a drubbing in the general elections. In the run up to the Bihar assembly elections, Nitish Kumar had forged an alliance with Congress and Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), in a bid to outweigh BJP in the state elections. The alliance had registered a massive win and Kumar became the Chief Minister for the third consecutive time. Meanwhile, during his tenure, Nitish Kumar fulfilled his poll promise of banning liquor. The decision has earned him criticism from Opposition leaders, economists, experts and political commentators alike.
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Nitish cutting a ‘sorry figure’, should quit NDA: AAP

While being photographed, Modi likes the entire focus to be on himself. He feels uncomfortable sharing the space with Nitish Kumar and Union ministers like Ram Vilas Paswan, Singh said.

No-confidence motion: Nitish Kumar says JDU standing with Modi government

Amid the ongoing no-confidence motion in the Lok Sabha, JDU Chief and Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar expressed support in favour of the NDA government saying that the party is standing with the government.

Transgender guards is Bihar’s answer to sex abuse at shelters

Earlier this month, two persons, including the security guard of a short stay home in Chhapra, were arrested after a 23-year-old mentally challenged woman was found to be pregnant.

RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav. (Express Photo by Alok Jain/File)

Tejashwi Prasad Yadav asks Bihar CM to stop ‘befooling’ people in name of special category status

“There is no provision for grant of special status in the Constitution. And if one state is accorded special status, then others (states) would also start demanding the same,” Gadkari said in a video posted by Tejashwi.

Amit Shah, Nitish Kumar meet, likely to discuss seat-sharing for 2019 Lok Sabha elections

Nitish Kumar: Seat-sharing to be finalised in a month

Nitish said since BJP chief Amit Shah had already said so much in the public domain, there was no need for him to make any special statement on the matter.

Amit Shah meets Nitish Kumar, says BJP knows how to take care of allies

BJP to make an offer on seat sharing in Bihar within a month, says Nitish Kumar

The BJP chief is likely to visit Bihar again in November to interact with booth-level party workers, while JD(U)’s programmes to galvanize its workers are already underway.

From five schools to 143, TV time for Banka’s children means notebooks & smart classes

The Katoria school holds these smart classes as part of ‘Banka Unnayan’, a programme introduced last August in five schools for Class 10 students and which has now been expanded to all 143 senior secondary government schools in the district.

After Shah-Nitish meetings, BJP and JD(U) upbeat about amicably solving seat-sharing issues

After Amit Shah-Nitish Kumar meeting, BJP, JD(U) upbeat about amicably solving seat-sharing issues

Amit Shah is likely to first discuss seat-sharing issues with Ram Vilas Paswan-led LJP and Upendra Kushwaha-led RLSP to understand the possibility of the alliance winning the maximum number of seats.

Delhi Confidential: Balancing Act

On Thursday Nitish Kumar was supposed to come to the national capital to attend the Niti Aayog meeting but could not as he had to be in Patna on the day BJP chief Amit Shah was visiting. The meeting with his ally was important for his party’s political future.

Amit Shah meets Nitish Kumar, says BJP knows how to take care of allies

Amit Shah meets Nitish Kumar, says BJP knows how to take care of allies

Amit Shah said the NDA won 31 Lok Sabha seats Bihar in 2014 and with Nitish in the alliance now, it could win all 40 seats in 2019. Shah advised the Opposition to “stop salivating” as there were no fissures in the NDA.

Nitish Kumar, Amit Shah bonhomie on show as BJP chief says parties will contest 2019 polls together

Amit Shah, whose visit to Bihar was his first after the JD(U) re-joined the NDA last year, said the time had come to uproot Congress from the country and predicted that the alliance would win all the 40 seats in Bihar.

Amit Shah, Nitish Kumar meet, likely to discuss seat-sharing for 2019 Lok Sabha elections

Amit Shah meets Nitish Kumar, duo likely to discuss seat-sharing for 2019 Lok Sabha elections

This is Shah’s first visit to the state since the JD(U), which formed the government in Bihar with the RJD and Congress in 2015, parted ways last year and allied with the BJP in the state.

Nitish Kumar is natural elder brother in Bihar NDA alliance, says C P Thakur

Facing backlash on prohibition, Bihar set to water down its harsh provisions

The decision was taken at a cabinet meeting on Tuesday, and the amendments are set to be tabled during the monsoon session. Over 1.4 lakh people have been booked under the liquor law ever since it was implemented in April 2016.

As Nitish Kumar meets Amit Shah today, JD(U) hints at ‘parity’ for Lok Sabha poll seats

As Nitish Kumar meets Amit Shah today, JD(U) hints at ‘parity’ for Lok Sabha poll seats

A top JD(U) leader told The Indian Express that the party is also not looking at playing the “elder brother” to the BJP in the next General Election, and could settle with the “formula of equity, parity and mutual respect” between the alliance partners.

Amid seat-sharing tiff murmurs, NDA allies await Amit Shah's Bihar visit next month

Amit Shah in Bihar tomorrow, to bond with Nitish Kumar over 2 meals

The duo’s meetings over meals twice in a day assume political significance as they come in the wake of Nitish’s party re-affirming the alliance in a meeting of its apex decision-making body that quashed, at least temporarily, rumours over disquiet in the coalition.