Sharad Yadav


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'Sharad Yadav' - 280 News Result(s)

  • Nitish Kumar's Latest Move To Outwit Estranged Partner Sharad Yadav

    Nitish Kumar's Latest Move To Outwit Estranged Partner Sharad Yadav

    At a large party meeting over the weekend, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar exhorted estranged partner Sharad Yadav not to attend a rally in Patna on Sunday because it would mean betraying their party and amount to indiscipline provoking penalty.

  • 'I Think I Was Stupid': Nitish Kumar's Takedown Of Sharad Yadav, Loyalists

    'I Think I Was Stupid': Nitish Kumar's Takedown Of Sharad Yadav, Loyalists

    For days, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has responded to non-stop jibes from his former ally Lalu Yadav and his sulking partner Sharad Yadav with a studied silence.

  • Sharad Yadav Will Cross Lakshman Rekha If He Attends Lalu Prasad's Rally: JD-U

    Sharad Yadav Will Cross <i>Lakshman Rekha</i> If He Attends Lalu Prasad's Rally: JD-U

    The Janata Dal-United led by Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Saturday virtually put rebel leader Sharad Yadav on notice, hinting at action against him if he attends the RJD rally on August 27.

  • Nitish Kumar's Party To Join NDA, Likely To Get Berths In Modi Cabinet

    Nitish Kumar's Party To Join NDA, Likely To Get Berths In Modi Cabinet

    Nitish Kumar's Janata Dal United is back in the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance or NDA after nearly four years of separation. A patch-up between the long-lost partners was announced at the party's national executive meeting this morning in Patna.

  • Sharad Yadav Faction Of JD-U To Hold Executive Meet

    Sharad Yadav Faction Of JD-U To Hold Executive Meet

    With Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar's JD-U holding its national executive meeting on Saturday in Patna, suspended party leader Ali Anwar said on Friday that the Sharad Yadav faction will simultaneously hold a separate meeting.

  • India Can Face China And Pakistan, But Threat Is From Within: Farooq Abdullah

    India Can Face China And Pakistan, But Threat Is From Within: Farooq Abdullah

    India can face China and Pakistan but the threat is from within the country as somebody is determined to spoil everything by dividing the people, National Conference leader Farooq Abdullah said today.

  • Rahul Gandhi Pitches Opposition Unity, BJP Says 'Alliance Of The Scared'

    Rahul Gandhi Pitches Opposition Unity, BJP Says 'Alliance Of The Scared'

    Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi today attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi, pitching for a united opposition to take on the BJP, at a meeting hosted by Sharad Yadav, who is recently estranged from Bihar Chief Minister and Janata Dal (United) boss Nitish Kumar over his alliance with the BJP.

  • Sharad Yadav's Show Of Strength With Opposition Parties Tomorrow

    Sharad Yadav's Show Of Strength With Opposition Parties Tomorrow

    Leaders from opposition parties, including the Congress and the Left, are likely to attend an event tomorrow hosted by rebel Janata Dal (United) leader Sharad Yadav

  • People Living In Fear, Will Fight To Save Composite Culture: Sharad Yadav

    People Living In Fear, Will Fight To Save Composite Culture: Sharad Yadav

    Days after he was removed as the party's leader in the Rajya Sabha, former Janata Dal-United (JD-U) president Sharad Yadav on Wednesday said people are "living in fear" and that he will fight tooth and nail to save India's composite culture.

  • Just The Beginning: Sharad Yadav Reacts To Suspension Of 21 Loyalists

    Just The Beginning: Sharad Yadav Reacts To Suspension Of 21 Loyalists

    As Janata Dal United continues to penalise party leaders seen with Sharad Yadav on his public outreach campaign, the 70-year-old leader who has accused Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar of betraying the electorate by joining hands with the BJP signalled that the party may have underestimated his following within the party.

  • Nitish Kumar's Party Cracks Whip On Sharad Yadav Loyalists, 21 Suspended

    Nitish Kumar's Party Cracks Whip On Sharad Yadav Loyalists, 21 Suspended

    The Janata Dal (United) today suspended 21 leaders, considered loyalists of Sharad Yadav who has opposed Chief Minister Nitish Kumar's decision to join hands with the BJP, for allegedly indulging in anti-party activities.

  • Janata Dal-United (JD-U) Suspends 21 For Anti-Party Activities

    Janata Dal-United (JD-U) Suspends 21 For Anti-Party Activities

    Bihar's ruling Janata Dal-United (JD-U) on Monday suspended 21 members, including former minister Ramai Ram, on charges of anti-party activities after they backed rebel leader Sharad Yadav, who has opposed Chief Minister Nitish Kumar's decision to tie up with the BJP.

  • In Eulogy To Partnership, Sharad Yadav Drops (Some) Rancour For Nitish Kumar

    In Eulogy To Partnership, Sharad Yadav Drops (Some) Rancour For Nitish Kumar

    Sharad Yadav told NDTV that he would like to offer "a thank you" to Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on whose instructions Mr Yadav has been laid off as their party's leader in the Rajya Sabha where they have nine members. However, Mr Yadav wasn't entirely sarcastic about the Chief Minister. "He played a perfect host to me, and we did some good wo...

  • 'And Bihar Special Package...': Chief Minister Nitish Kumar Reminds PM Modi

    'And Bihar Special Package...': Chief Minister Nitish Kumar Reminds PM Modi

    Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to deliver on the Rs 1.25 lakh crore special package he had promised to the state

  • What Sharad Yadav Loses In Split From Nitish Kumar

    What Sharad Yadav Loses In Split From Nitish Kumar

    Long-standing "frenemies" Nitish Kumar and Sharad Yadav have fallen out once again. Socialists by nature are congenital party-breakers or "splittists" as European Communists of the 1930s used to call them. The list of "socialist" parties that have been formed in India after Independence will surely run into several pages.

  • Split Wide Open: Sharad Yadav Removed As JD-U Leader In Rajya Sabha

    Split Wide Open: Sharad Yadav Removed As JD-U Leader In Rajya Sabha

    Sharad Yadav, who has openly disapproved of Nitish Kumar's alliance with the BJP in Bihar, was today removed as the leader of Janata Dal (United) in Rajya Sabha. The move comes a day Bihar Chief Minister said that Mr Yadav "is free to go where he wants".

  • Sharad Yadav Removed As Leader Of JDU In Rajya Sabha

    Sharad Yadav Removed As Leader Of JDU In Rajya Sabha

    Rajya Sabha members from the Janata Dal United today removed Sharad Yadav, who opposed the party's decision to ally with the BJP in Bihar, as their leader in the House and replaced him with RCP Singh, a senior party leader said.

  • Nitish Kumar To Re-Enter NDA After Split With Sharad Yadav

    Nitish Kumar To Re-Enter NDA After Split With Sharad Yadav

    After making it clear that he will make no attempt to make nice with his partner, Sharad Yadav, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar is ready for his next big move: re-entering the BJP's national coalition, which he exited abruptly in 2013 over its decision to name then Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi as its prime ministerial candidate.

  • Accept BJP Tie-Up Or Take A Walk, Says Nitish Kumar To Sharad Yadav

    Accept BJP Tie-Up Or Take A Walk, Says Nitish Kumar To Sharad Yadav

    Sharad Yadav can take a walk, said Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar today, implying he will make minimal effort to placate his sulking partner.

  • Sharad Yadav Signals Separation, Says There Are 2 Janata Dals

    Sharad Yadav Signals Separation, Says There Are 2 Janata Dals

    The gloves are off as Sharad Yadav of the Janata Dal (United) began a three-day yatra or tour of Bihar with his sharpest attack yet on party boss Nitish Kumar, designed to provoke the Chief Minister into taking action against him.

  • In Nitish Kumar Split From Sharad Yadav, Last Straw Looms In A Rally

    In Nitish Kumar Split From Sharad Yadav, Last Straw Looms In A Rally

    With their relations now beyond repair, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar is matching wits with his senior party colleague Sharad Yadav, who is trying his utmost to provoke the Janata Dal (United) to eject him.

  • Sharad Yadav Takes Big Step Forward In Plans To Split With Nitish Kumar

    Sharad Yadav Takes Big Step Forward In Plans To Split With Nitish Kumar

    Tuesday's dramatic Gujarat Rajya Sabha election has fast tracked a break-up in Bihar, where Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and his senior colleague in the Janata Dal (United) Sharad Yadav are now inexorably headed for a split.

  • Sushma Swaraj Capable, But Her Service Not Utilised Properly: Sharad Yadav

    Sushma Swaraj Capable, But Her Service Not Utilised Properly: Sharad Yadav

    JD-U leader Sharad Yadav on Thursday praised External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj saying while she was "a very capable minister" her service is "not being utilised properly".

  • 10 Signs That The Nitish Kumar-Sharad Yadav Feud Was Building Up

    10 Signs That The Nitish Kumar-Sharad Yadav Feud Was Building Up

    A patch-up between Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and his senior colleague Sharad Yadav is seen as a remote possibility now by many in the Janata Dal United, the party they have run together for years. Sharad Yadav is said to be contemplating launching a new party, accusing Nitish Kumar of betraying the mandate of voters by deciding to swap alli...

  • Sharad Yadav Meets JDU Leaders, Aide Claims May Float New Party

    Sharad Yadav Meets JDU Leaders, Aide Claims May Float New Party

    JD(U) leader Sharad Yadav, who has voiced displeasure over the split in Bihar's Grand Alliance, today met some party office bearers where he discussed the development even as an aide said the veteran leader could float a new party.

  • Stop Sulking And Debate, Nitish Kumar Tells Upset Sharad Yadav

    Stop Sulking And Debate, Nitish Kumar Tells Upset Sharad Yadav

    Sharad Yadav's formal dissent on the political upheaval in Bihar after five long days, drew a prompt response from Nitish Kumar. And the message from the Chief Minister was sharp: Stop sulking and debate in party forum.

  • Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar Addresses The Media: Highlights

    Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar Addresses The Media: Highlights

    Janata Dal (United) leader and Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar speaks to the media for the first time after forming a new government in alliance with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)

  • Don't Agree With Nitish Kumar: Colleague Sharad Yadav Confirms He's Upset

    Don't Agree With Nitish Kumar: Colleague Sharad Yadav Confirms He's Upset

    Sharad Yadav, silent for five days, confirmed today that he deeply disapproves of party colleague Nitish Kumar's stunning political change-up. "Whatever happened is very unfortunate, the mandate by the people was not for this," the veteran Janata Dal (United) leader told reporters at Parliament.

  • Sharad Yadav Silent On Nitish Kumar, Tweets More On Modi Government

    Sharad Yadav Silent On Nitish Kumar, Tweets More On Modi Government

    Silent on Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar's swapping of allies, his party leader Sharad Yadav continued his sporadic attack on the Narendra Modi government at the Centre. He posted one more tweet this morning - hours after Nitish Kumar's estranged ally Lalu Yadav invited him to lead the battle against the BJP.

  • 'Our Leader Sharad Yadav', Says Lalu Yadav In Invite To Battle BJP

    'Our Leader Sharad Yadav', Says Lalu Yadav In Invite To Battle BJP

    Sharad Yadav, the senior leader of Nitish Kumar's party Janata Dal United reported to be upset at the Bihar Chief Minister ending the Grand Alliance with the Rashtriya Janata Dal and the Congress this week, has received an invitation to lead the battle against the BJP in Bihar.

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