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  • Lalu Career Counsels Nitish Kumar: We're Old Now, Should Step Back

    Lalu Career Counsels Nitish Kumar: We're Old Now, Should Step Back

    At a time when more than one party is retiring top leaders, offering them the fig leave of serving on mentorship committees, Lalu Yadav today said that "Nitish Kumar (the Bihar Chief Minister) and I are both getting older, how much longer will we go on, it's time for young leaders to take over." Conveniently, Lalu, as he is known, has a succession ...

  • But This Chair Is For Nitish Kumar, Lalu Yadav Was Told

    But This Chair Is For Nitish Kumar, Lalu Yadav Was Told

    Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, 65, has always publicly described Lalu Yadav as his "big brother". In their alliance, as well, it is Mr Yadav who makes the larger contribution with his party outperforming that of Mr Kumar's in the last election in 2015. So Mr Kumar owes his seat of power to Mr Yadav.

  • Uttar Pradesh Elections 2017: 'No Grand Alliance'; 'Hurt' Nitish Kumar's Party Pulls Out

    Uttar Pradesh Elections 2017: 'No Grand Alliance'; 'Hurt' Nitish Kumar's Party Pulls Out

    Nitish Kumar's party Janata Dal United or JD(U) has decided not to contest the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections so as to "consolidate and strengthen secular forces" and ensure that "communal forces" are defeated. JD(U) national General Secretary KC Tyagi told reporters in Patna that the decision to pull out of the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections w...

  • 'Honour Of Votes Above Daughter's Izzat': Sharad Yadav, Outrageously Yours

    'Honour Of Votes Above Daughter's Izzat': Sharad Yadav, Outrageously Yours

    Sharad Yadav, a senior leader of Bihar's ruling party, gives more importance to the honour of a vote than a daughter's honour in the latest addition to his "Sexist Comments 101".

  • Nitish Kumar's Allies To Measure How Firmly He Takes On PM Narendra Modi In UP

    Nitish Kumar's Allies To Measure How Firmly He Takes On PM Narendra Modi In UP

    Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar will decide today whether his party, the Janata Dal United or JDU, should take part directly in the Uttar Pradesh election. A six-hour meeting yesterday between the Chief Minister and senior JDU leaders examined the pros and cons of entering the contest in the key state whose result will help forecast whether Prim...

  • But Why Is BJP Invited, Congress Asks Nitish Kumar's Party

    But Why Is BJP Invited, Congress Asks Nitish Kumar's Party

    As Bihar celebrates the festival of Makar Sankranti, the Congress, which is the most junior partner in the ruling coalition, has gone into a sulk.

  • From Nitish Kumar's Party A Rare Invite For BJP On Makar Sankranti

    From Nitish Kumar's Party A Rare Invite For BJP On Makar Sankranti

    In this season of bonhomie comes a rare invitation from Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar's party to the state's BJP leaders for a special meal of "dahi chura and tilkut" on Sunday, when the Makar Sankranti festival will be celebrated. Bihar BJP leaders are yet to RSVP and are expected to check with Delhi whether they should attend.

  • Lalu Yadav's Request For Rs 10,000 Pension Accepted By Bihar Government

    Lalu Yadav's Request For Rs 10,000 Pension Accepted By Bihar Government

    Former Chief Minister Lalu Yadav's request for a monthly pension of Rs 10,000 has been accepted by the Bihar government, in which his party RJD is a partner.

  • Nitish Kumar, In Change Of Plan, RSVPs. Can't Attend Hardik Patel's Rally

    Nitish Kumar, In Change Of Plan, RSVPs. Can't Attend Hardik Patel's Rally

    Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has informed activist Hardik Patel that he will not be able to join him after all at a rally in Gujarat later this month as earlier planned. Mr Kumar has cited key elections in several states, including neighbouring Uttar Pradesh, announced last week, as the reason for his unavailability, his party said.

  • Yes Boss: BJP Falls In Line After PM Narendra Modi Praises Nitish Kumar's Liquor Ban

    Yes Boss: BJP Falls In Line After PM Narendra Modi Praises Nitish Kumar's Liquor Ban

    It's being called the "Boss effect" in Patna. After Prime Minister Narendra Modi's praise of Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar's prohibition policy last week, his party the BJP has said it will participate in a "human chain" being organised by Mr Kumar to popularise the liquor ban in the state.

  • Lalu Yadav Didn't Mind, Why Stir Trouble: Nitish Kumar On Seating Row

    Lalu Yadav Didn't Mind, Why Stir Trouble: Nitish Kumar On Seating Row

    Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar today spoke for the first time on ally Lalu Yadav's party taking offence to their leader being seated on the ground instead of with him and Prime Minister Narendra Modi at a religious event last week.

  • Nitish Kumar's Party Defers Meeting To Review Support To Notes Ban

    Nitish Kumar's Party Defers Meeting To Review Support To Notes Ban

    Bihar's ruling Janata Dal (United) appears to be in no hurry to reconsider its support to the central government's ban on 500 and 1,000 rupee notes. Despite Chief Minister Nitish Kumar's earlier comment that the party will re-evaluate its support after the 50-day cooling off period sought by Prime Minister Narendra Modi after the notes ban announce...

  • Janata Dal (United) Leader Mukesh Singh Shot Dead In Bihar's Barh

    Janata Dal (United) Leader Mukesh Singh Shot Dead In Bihar's Barh

    Mukesh Singh, a leader of Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar's party - Janata Dal (United) - was shot dead by 2 unidentified men in Bihar's Patna district today. The incident happened in a small town called Barh.

  • Why Only Nitish Kumar Seated With PM Narendra Modi, Lalu Prasad Yadav's Party Fumes

    Why Only Nitish Kumar Seated With PM Narendra Modi, Lalu Prasad Yadav's Party Fumes

    A day after Lalu Yadav and his sons shared a meal with Prime Minister Narendra Modi at an event in Bihar to mark Guru Gobind Singh's birth anniversary, his party has raised strong objections to their chief not being seated with PM Modi and Chief Minister Nitish Kumar.

  • Three Opposition Parties Say 'No, Thank You' To Sonia Gandhi's Invite

    Three Opposition Parties Say 'No, Thank You' To Sonia Gandhi's Invite

    The Congress's attempt to extend the unity of opposition parties over the notes ban outside parliament with a meeting and joint press conference addressed by its party chief Sonia Gandhi in a rare appearance, is falling apart, with the Left and Nitish Kumar's Janata Dal (United) reportedly RSVPing their inability to attend. Sharad Pawar's Nationali...

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