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National priorities likely to guide BJP's ties with JD(U)
Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar’s good chemistry with Prime Minister Narendra Modi will also play a big role in BJP giving more space to JDU in the state, although BJP may have increased say in government considering its numerical strength despite Kumar continuing as the chief minister.
Bihar: Amit Shah, JP Nadda to attend oath-taking ceremony of Nitish Kumar
Nitish Kumar will take oath as the Chief Minister of Bihar for the ...
Bihar elections 2020: Crowds in our rallies show people of Bihar hate CM Nitish, says Tejashwi Yadav
Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader, Tejas...
Nitish Kumar launches poll campaign, ridicules RJD over '10 lakh job sanction' claim
The RJD's chief ministerial candidate Tejashwi Yadav had recently announced that if the Grand Alliance headed by his party comes to power, 10 lakh government jobs will be sanctioned in the very first cabinet meeting.
Wanted JD(U) "weakened", won't back Nitish Kumar: Chirag Paswan
"We never concealed our intentions. We believed the JD(U) headed by Kumar needed to be weakened and we succeeded. We wanted to make the BJP stronger and its heft has increased unquestionably," Paswan said.
Despite anti-incumbency burden, Modi vote does the magic for NDA again
Over the years, Modi’s government has directly reached out to the poor and the deprived section through several schemes and this has created a new class of committed ‘Modi voter’ across the country, with Bihar being no different.
Nitish Kumar highlights NDA govt development works; compares it with RJD's 15 years rule
Addressing his first virtual rally in the run-up to assembly polls, Bihar chief minister and Janata Dal (U) national President Nitish Kumar on Monday presented a report card on the nearly 15 years of his rule in the state.
Bihar Elections 2020: RJD releases party's poll manifesto, promises 10 lakh jobs
Bihar: Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader Tejashwi Yadav releases party's manifesto for Bihar Elections 2020, in Patna. "The Chief Ministeria...
Friendship stands Nitish Kumar in good stead, catapults him to office 4th term in row
The most atypical of politicians owing their rise to post-Mandal politics, Nitish Kumar stood out for his ability to address the governance deficit, unlike a majority of the breed reared in the socialist stable, but was often accused of pursuing politics of opportunism.
RJD negates poll trends, says Grand Alliance will form government in Bihar
"We are in touch with our candidates and workers from all areas and the information received from them tells that results will go in our favour," the Lalu Prasad-led party said in a tweet.
Bihar elections 2020: JDU releases manifesto, questions RJD over 'lofty' promises
Janata Dal (United) released their manifesto for Bihar elections 2020 in Patna on October 22. The three-phase Bihar elections will begin on ...
Raghuvansh Prasad Singh: A saint among the tainted
One of the few surviving socialist followers of Ram Manohar Lohia, Raghuvansh Babu, as he was affectionately called, led a simple life. Even when he was a Union Minister in the UPA-1 government led by Manmohan Singh, his official bungalow on Ashok Road sported minimal, bare furnishing.
Row over corruption taint forces Bihar minister to step down hours after taking charge
Mewa Lal Chaudhary, who was allocated the portfolio on Tuesday, a day after taking oath, sent his resignation immediately after assuming charge at 1 P.M., informed sources said.
Bihar Elections 2020: Congress asks its leaders to man strongrooms for EVMs protection
Buoyed by the exit polls projections, the party has sent its senior leaders including general secretary Randeep Surjewala and Avinash Pande, chairman of the BPCC screening committee, to Patna for proper coordination with the allies and possibly also to keep its flock together after the results are declared.
Tejashwi Yadav emerges a star in Bihar, but the hard work begins now
The towering poster of Tejashwi, who turned 31 on Monday, started talk of him “sidelining” his father to take full control of the party. The media speculated, and political rivals mocked him for “ignoring” his jailed father. But this was a consequential step designed to signal a break from his controversial father and mark a new beginning in the volatile state where “Lalu raj” still evokes raw emotions.