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JD-U releases vision document Saat Nischay ahead of Bihar polls
The ruling party has emphasised through 'Saat Nischay' (Part II) its focus on students, their education from primary to higher levels, followed by jobs in the next five years. Part 1 of the vision document was launched in 2015 when the JD-U was part of the Mahagathbandhan.
Bihar: Nitish Kumar announces JD(U)'s '7 Nischay part-2' for development, self-reliance
Kumar said the "7 Nischay part-2" is in continuation ...
PM Narendra Modi inaugurates, lays foundation for 7 urban infra projects in Bihar
In his address via video conference, Modi lauded the effort...
NDA candidate Harivansh Narayan Singh re-elected as Rajya Sabha Deputy Chairman
Five sets of applications proposing and seconding the two candidates had been submitted to the Rajya Sabha secretariat. Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu took up the first set proposing Harivansh’s candidature that was moved by BJP Chief JP Nadda and seconded by Leader of the House Thawar Chand Gehlot.
Bihar assembly elections: Ex-ASI outsmarts former DGP in game of politics
Parshuram Chaturvedi (54) was fielded as a BJP candidate from the Buxar assembly constituency, which Gupteshwar Pandey, a 1987-batch IPS officer, was tipped to be in the race for. Pandey opted for VRS on September 22 to join CM Nitish Kumar’s JD(U), but Buxar went to the BJP as part of the seat-sharing deal in Bihar assembly polls.
Monsoon session of Parliament begins today, will take up 47 items in 18 sittings till Oct 1
This is the first time in the history of Indian Parliament that both chambers have been integrated for holding a session. Political parties have been allotted a certain number of seats in the main chambers and visitors’ galleries and it is up to them to nominate which of their MPs sit where.
Raghuvansh Prasad Singh, Karpuri Thakur disciple-turned Lalu loyalist, leaves behind a 'letter row'
Many are puzzled over why, or whether, Singh indeed wrote those unusually harsh letters to Lalu when he was sinking. Which way Singh’s son will walk in the electoral field may provide a clue to the puzzle.
Raghuvansh Prasad Singh's death has left deep political void in Bihar, nation: PM Modi
He also obliquely referred to "churning" that the departed leader faced in his last days, hinting at his disenchantment with his party the RJD and its leader Lalu Prasad.
Raghuvansh Prasad Singh: A blend of rustic aggression and learning
Raghuvansh Prasad Singh, the veteran socialist leader, who announced his decision to quit the RJD from his hospital bed just four days before his death, was an inimitable blend of rustic aggression and learning, qualities that helped him carve a niche for himself in Bihar politics.
Bihar assembly polls: 71 seats in phase-1 test for both NDA, opposition alliances
In 2015, the then Grand Alliance comprising RJD, JDU and Congress had won 54 of the 71 seats. The NDA alliance had won only 15 seats. However, in the changed scenario, things are uncertain for all parties.
Raghuvansh Prasad Singh's condition worsens, put on ventilator
Former Union minister Raghuvansh Prasad Singh, whose recent resignation from the RJD founded and headed by Lalu Prasad has left political waters in Bihar astir, has fallen critically ill and put on a ventilator, a close aide said.
Senior RJD leaders sulking in the absence of party president Lalu Prasad Yadav
Senior leaders such as Jai Prakash Narayan Yadav, Shivanand Tiwari, Abdul Bari Siddiqui, Bhola Rai and Ramchandra Purve are feeling ignored in the new system. Their complaint is that they never get consulted by the young leadership of the party. This is a key reason for the resignation of a number of MLAs from the party, they said.
Former RJD member Raghuvansh Singh writes to Bihar CM Nitish Kumar with suggestions
After resigning from the RJD, former Union minister Raghuvansh Prasad Singh has written a letter to Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar with a slew of suggestions including an amendment in MGNREGA and some issues concerning his native Vaishali district, sending an olive
ET Women’s Forum: Countries that dealt with Covid-19 more efficiently have women leaders, says Mahua Moitra
Post-Covid, the narrative on women’s leadership should change from soft skills to hard skills.
Will firmly stand by Chirag's decisions: Ram Vilas Paswan amid rift with JD(U)
"In the time of the coronavirus crisis, I served the country as the food minister and made every effort to ensure that food items reach on time everywhere. During this time, my health started deteriorating but to ensure that there was no laxity in work due to this, I did not go to a hospital," Paswan said.