Reported By Manish Kumar Suparna Singh


'Reported By Manish Kumar Suparna Singh' - 61 News Result(s)

  • No Can Do: Rahul Gandhi's Response To Sizeable Call To Lose Lalu Yadav

    No Can Do: Rahul Gandhi's Response To Sizeable Call To Lose Lalu Yadav

    Rahul Gandhi has told his party's lawmakers from Bihar that an alliance with regional power player Lalu Yadav will not be abandoned, despite their lengthy explanations for why that's vital. The Congress boss' conclusion comes as the party in Bihar is vertiginously placed with the odds of a split growing every day.

  • After Nitish Kumar Meets Her Legislators, Sonia Gandhi Asks To See Them

    After Nitish Kumar Meets Her Legislators, Sonia Gandhi Asks To See Them

    Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has over the last few days met with a large swathe of the opposition Congress' legislators on Bihar. Spooked, Congress chief Sonia Gandhi met this morning in Delhi with her party's top leaders from Bihar to discuss the growing risk of them ditching the party to join the chief minister

  • For First Time Since BJP Tie-Up, Nitish Kumar Asks To Meet PM Narendra Modi

    For First Time Since BJP Tie-Up, Nitish Kumar Asks To Meet PM Narendra Modi

    For the first time since he resurrected his relationship with the BJP, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar is in Delhi. Tomorrow, he will attend the oath-taking ceremony of Venkaiah Naidu as India's 13th Vice President. His aides said that he has sought an appointment with Prime Minister Narendra Modi - if that is sanctioned, it will be their first m...

  • Despite New Team With BJP, Nitish Kumar Will Not Back It On This Issue

    Despite New Team With BJP, Nitish Kumar Will Not Back It On This Issue

    For the approaching election of Vice President, Nitish Kumar will stick to his new pattern of supporting the candidate of the team he is not playing for. In this case, Gopalkrishna Gandhi, Mahatma Gandhi's grandson, who is the nominee of the opposition and not the BJP, with whom Mr Kumar runs his government in Bihar as of last week.

  • Prashant Kishor, Another Casualty Of Nitish Kumar And BJP Tie-Up

    Prashant Kishor, Another Casualty Of Nitish Kumar And BJP Tie-Up

    Nitish Kumar's list of exes is growing- along with the Congress and Lalu Yadav who are now a part of his past, top aide Prashant Kishor is being cut looses. Sources close to the young election strategist and Nitish Kumar say the separation is mutual, without rancour, and in acceptance of the fact that the new political landscape requires Prashant K...

  • 'Forgive Me': Minutes Before He Quit, Nitish Kumar Phoned Lalu Yadav

    'Forgive Me': Minutes Before He Quit, Nitish Kumar Phoned Lalu Yadav

    Barely 10 minutes before he submitted his resignation, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar phoned Lalu Yadav who lives just next door in Patna.

  • Mid-Crisis, Bihar Congress Leader Waited 3 Days To See Rahul Gandhi

    Mid-Crisis, Bihar Congress Leader Waited 3 Days To See Rahul Gandhi

    After being pink-slipped along with Lalu Yadav, the Congress branch in Bihar is awash in resentment - not just towards Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, who laid off his allies last night, but also for party boss Rahul Gandhi, who was assigned to keep the government in Bihar from sinking.

  • Nitish Kumar Dumps Grand Alliance, Reboots BJP Partnership

    Nitish Kumar Dumps Grand Alliance, Reboots BJP Partnership

    Nitish Kumar has quit as Chief Minister of Bihar, ending the two-year-long political experiment that was branded as a game-changing Mahagathbandhan or Grand Alliance which included his party, Lalu Yadav and the Congress. This evening, Mr Kumar met with Bihar Governor Keshari Nath Tripathi to deliver his resignation. Tomorrow, he will take oath as C...

  • 'Nitish Kumar Is No Saint' Shoots Off Team Lalu, Bihar Alliance Lurches

    'Nitish Kumar Is No Saint' Shoots Off Team Lalu, Bihar Alliance Lurches

    The fortune of the alliance between Nitish Kumar and Lalu Yadav in Bihar is likely to be decided today as both leaders hold separate meetings with their legislators on the same agenda: whether Lalu Yadav's son, Tejashwi, should quit as Deputy Chief Minister because of corruption charges.

  • New Deadline From Nitish Kumar, Lalu Yadav Calls Meet, Congress Resigned

    New Deadline From Nitish Kumar, Lalu Yadav Calls Meet, Congress Resigned

    The super-size political drama in Bihar is in its final stages - before lawmakers meet for the Assembly session that starts Friday, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar will insist on the removal of his deputy, Tejashwi Yadav, said sources.

  • As Confrontation With Lalu Yadav Grows, Team Nitish Conveys New Option

    As Confrontation With Lalu Yadav Grows, Team Nitish Conveys New Option

    The shape of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar's government in Bihar will be determined by whether his 28-year-old deputy, Tejashwi Yadav, complies with broad hints to resign after being accused of corruption by the CBI.

  • New Praise From Nitish Kumar For BJP As Tension With Lalu Yadav Simmers

    New Praise From Nitish Kumar For BJP As Tension With Lalu Yadav Simmers

    Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has found another point of praise for the BJP, which is certain to add a little more chill to his Antarctica-like relations with his allies. "The BJP," he told his party, "showed its consideration by ensuring its candidate for President, Ram Nath Kovind, did not tour Patna."

  • Lalu Yadav, Back In Patna; Talks On Son's Removal In Final Phase: Sources

    Lalu Yadav, Back In Patna; Talks On Son's Removal In Final Phase: Sources

    Lalu Yadav has sought an extension of the 72-hour deadline set by Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar to rescue their alliance from collapse, said sources. On Tuesday, Mr Kumar, 66, set the timer after publicly declaring he would not tolerate corruption in his administration. Privately, he reportedly conveyed that the window would close tomorrow (Sat...

  • Nitish Kumar's Busting His Chances Of Running For PM - And Is Ok With It

    Nitish Kumar's Busting His Chances Of Running For PM - And Is Ok With It

    At age 66, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar is keen to reinvent himself - so keen that he is willing to discard his burning ambition to someday run for Prime Minister. This job opportunity, he had come to accept, would - if at all - present itself only if he remained a senior member of the opposition and took on the BJP. It's no longer worth it, h...

  • Nitish Kumar Sets 72 Hours And Terms Of Compromise For Team Lalu: Sources

    Nitish Kumar Sets 72 Hours And Terms Of Compromise For Team Lalu: Sources

    There are flashing lights all around the alliance between Nitish Kumar and Lalu Yadav in Bihar with a 72-hour deadline reportedly set to determine the government's future.

'Reported By Manish Kumar Suparna Singh' - 61 News Result(s)

  • No Can Do: Rahul Gandhi's Response To Sizeable Call To Lose Lalu Yadav

    No Can Do: Rahul Gandhi's Response To Sizeable Call To Lose Lalu Yadav

    Rahul Gandhi has told his party's lawmakers from Bihar that an alliance with regional power player Lalu Yadav will not be abandoned, despite their lengthy explanations for why that's vital. The Congress boss' conclusion comes as the party in Bihar is vertiginously placed with the odds of a split growing every day.

  • After Nitish Kumar Meets Her Legislators, Sonia Gandhi Asks To See Them

    After Nitish Kumar Meets Her Legislators, Sonia Gandhi Asks To See Them

    Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has over the last few days met with a large swathe of the opposition Congress' legislators on Bihar. Spooked, Congress chief Sonia Gandhi met this morning in Delhi with her party's top leaders from Bihar to discuss the growing risk of them ditching the party to join the chief minister

  • For First Time Since BJP Tie-Up, Nitish Kumar Asks To Meet PM Narendra Modi

    For First Time Since BJP Tie-Up, Nitish Kumar Asks To Meet PM Narendra Modi

    For the first time since he resurrected his relationship with the BJP, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar is in Delhi. Tomorrow, he will attend the oath-taking ceremony of Venkaiah Naidu as India's 13th Vice President. His aides said that he has sought an appointment with Prime Minister Narendra Modi - if that is sanctioned, it will be their first m...

  • Despite New Team With BJP, Nitish Kumar Will Not Back It On This Issue

    Despite New Team With BJP, Nitish Kumar Will Not Back It On This Issue

    For the approaching election of Vice President, Nitish Kumar will stick to his new pattern of supporting the candidate of the team he is not playing for. In this case, Gopalkrishna Gandhi, Mahatma Gandhi's grandson, who is the nominee of the opposition and not the BJP, with whom Mr Kumar runs his government in Bihar as of last week.

  • Prashant Kishor, Another Casualty Of Nitish Kumar And BJP Tie-Up

    Prashant Kishor, Another Casualty Of Nitish Kumar And BJP Tie-Up

    Nitish Kumar's list of exes is growing- along with the Congress and Lalu Yadav who are now a part of his past, top aide Prashant Kishor is being cut looses. Sources close to the young election strategist and Nitish Kumar say the separation is mutual, without rancour, and in acceptance of the fact that the new political landscape requires Prashant K...

  • 'Forgive Me': Minutes Before He Quit, Nitish Kumar Phoned Lalu Yadav

    'Forgive Me': Minutes Before He Quit, Nitish Kumar Phoned Lalu Yadav

    Barely 10 minutes before he submitted his resignation, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar phoned Lalu Yadav who lives just next door in Patna.

  • Mid-Crisis, Bihar Congress Leader Waited 3 Days To See Rahul Gandhi

    Mid-Crisis, Bihar Congress Leader Waited 3 Days To See Rahul Gandhi

    After being pink-slipped along with Lalu Yadav, the Congress branch in Bihar is awash in resentment - not just towards Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, who laid off his allies last night, but also for party boss Rahul Gandhi, who was assigned to keep the government in Bihar from sinking.

  • Nitish Kumar Dumps Grand Alliance, Reboots BJP Partnership

    Nitish Kumar Dumps Grand Alliance, Reboots BJP Partnership

    Nitish Kumar has quit as Chief Minister of Bihar, ending the two-year-long political experiment that was branded as a game-changing Mahagathbandhan or Grand Alliance which included his party, Lalu Yadav and the Congress. This evening, Mr Kumar met with Bihar Governor Keshari Nath Tripathi to deliver his resignation. Tomorrow, he will take oath as C...

  • 'Nitish Kumar Is No Saint' Shoots Off Team Lalu, Bihar Alliance Lurches

    'Nitish Kumar Is No Saint' Shoots Off Team Lalu, Bihar Alliance Lurches

    The fortune of the alliance between Nitish Kumar and Lalu Yadav in Bihar is likely to be decided today as both leaders hold separate meetings with their legislators on the same agenda: whether Lalu Yadav's son, Tejashwi, should quit as Deputy Chief Minister because of corruption charges.

  • New Deadline From Nitish Kumar, Lalu Yadav Calls Meet, Congress Resigned

    New Deadline From Nitish Kumar, Lalu Yadav Calls Meet, Congress Resigned

    The super-size political drama in Bihar is in its final stages - before lawmakers meet for the Assembly session that starts Friday, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar will insist on the removal of his deputy, Tejashwi Yadav, said sources.

  • As Confrontation With Lalu Yadav Grows, Team Nitish Conveys New Option

    As Confrontation With Lalu Yadav Grows, Team Nitish Conveys New Option

    The shape of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar's government in Bihar will be determined by whether his 28-year-old deputy, Tejashwi Yadav, complies with broad hints to resign after being accused of corruption by the CBI.

  • New Praise From Nitish Kumar For BJP As Tension With Lalu Yadav Simmers

    New Praise From Nitish Kumar For BJP As Tension With Lalu Yadav Simmers

    Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has found another point of praise for the BJP, which is certain to add a little more chill to his Antarctica-like relations with his allies. "The BJP," he told his party, "showed its consideration by ensuring its candidate for President, Ram Nath Kovind, did not tour Patna."

  • Lalu Yadav, Back In Patna; Talks On Son's Removal In Final Phase: Sources

    Lalu Yadav, Back In Patna; Talks On Son's Removal In Final Phase: Sources

    Lalu Yadav has sought an extension of the 72-hour deadline set by Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar to rescue their alliance from collapse, said sources. On Tuesday, Mr Kumar, 66, set the timer after publicly declaring he would not tolerate corruption in his administration. Privately, he reportedly conveyed that the window would close tomorrow (Sat...

  • Nitish Kumar's Busting His Chances Of Running For PM - And Is Ok With It

    Nitish Kumar's Busting His Chances Of Running For PM - And Is Ok With It

    At age 66, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar is keen to reinvent himself - so keen that he is willing to discard his burning ambition to someday run for Prime Minister. This job opportunity, he had come to accept, would - if at all - present itself only if he remained a senior member of the opposition and took on the BJP. It's no longer worth it, h...

  • Nitish Kumar Sets 72 Hours And Terms Of Compromise For Team Lalu: Sources

    Nitish Kumar Sets 72 Hours And Terms Of Compromise For Team Lalu: Sources

    There are flashing lights all around the alliance between Nitish Kumar and Lalu Yadav in Bihar with a 72-hour deadline reportedly set to determine the government's future.

  • Nitish Kumar Signals He's Running Out Of Reasons To Stay With Lalu Yadav

    Nitish Kumar Signals He's Running Out Of Reasons To Stay With Lalu Yadav

    Bihar's ruling alliance appears to be well on its way to imploding with its main stakeholders - Nitish Kumar and Lalu Yadav - setting conditions for each other that are impossible to meet.

  • Have Nitish Kumar's Back If He Loses Allies: Bihar BJP Says It Outright

    Have Nitish Kumar's Back If He Loses Allies: Bihar BJP Says It Outright

    As Lalu Yadav and Nitish Kumar, the two main partners in Bihar, try to bridge a widening gap, rival BJP has made it clear that it's willing to do its bit. "If Nitish Kumar pulls out of the alliance, we will not be a part of the government, but we can offer outside support," said local BJP leader Nityanand Rai, adding that "it all depends on the cen...

  • Principles Trump Power: Nitish Kumar's Message For Lalu Yadav Today

    Principles Trump Power: Nitish Kumar's Message For Lalu Yadav Today

    Nitish Kumar will today at 1 pm deliver a speech that could redefine the anatomy of his government in Bihar. For the first time, the Chief Minister, 66, will comment on the raids against his political partner (and neighbour) Lalu Yadav, whose son, Tejashwi Yadav, is the second lead in the government and has been accused of corruption by the CBI.

  • Lalu's Party Decides Son Tejashwi Won't Quit Despite Corruption Charges

    Lalu's Party Decides Son Tejashwi Won't Quit Despite Corruption Charges

    The next 36 hours will be crucial for the alliance of three parties that governs Bihar. Lalu Yadav, who was raided on Friday, has called a meeting today of his legislators, who form the biggest group in the legislature. His 27-year-old son, Tejashwi Yadav, who is the Deputy Chief Minister of the state, has been accused of corruption by the CBI alon...

  • Nitish Kumar Ditches Opposition, Will Not Attend Big Tuesday Meet

    Nitish Kumar Ditches Opposition, Will Not Attend Big Tuesday Meet

    Nitish Kumar has given the opposition a new case to the jitters by deciding not to attend a meeting of 17 parties on Tuesday in Delhi. In what could be considered a possible alibi the Chief Minister of Bihar has instead called all his party legislatures to a conclave in Patna.

  • Opposition Leaders Phone Lalu Yadav With Support. Nitish Kumar Does Not

    Opposition Leaders Phone Lalu Yadav With Support. Nitish Kumar Does Not

    Lalu Yadav will meet tomorrow morning with his legislators in Patna to discuss the raids last week on his home and other properties after both he and son Tejashwi Yadav were accused of corruption by the CBI.

  • Nitish Kumar Extends Gesture Of Courtesy To Congress By Leaving Patna

    Nitish Kumar Extends Gesture Of Courtesy To Congress By Leaving Patna

    Allies Nitish Kumar and the Congress are trying to bridge the gap that busted out after they decided to back competing candidates for the President of India.

  • Rahul Gandhi Moves Placating Nitish Kumar To Top Of Agenda: Sources

    Rahul Gandhi Moves Placating Nitish Kumar To Top Of Agenda: Sources

    Rahul Gandhi, who returned just days ago from a controversial foreign holiday, has reportedly refreshed his agenda to prioritise Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar.

  • Nitish Kumar And Lalu Yadav On Opposite Sides Again - Now, On GST Reform

    Nitish Kumar And Lalu Yadav On Opposite Sides Again - Now, On GST Reform

    Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and ally Lalu Yadav have found a new point of disagreement - the landmark GST reform that will be introduced at a special midnight session of parliament. Nitish Kumar's party, the Janata Dal United or JDU, will attend the launch. Lalu Yadav's Rashtriya Janata Dal or RJD will not.

  • 'Do I Look Like Kalidas?' Says Lalu Yadav About Ditching Nitish Kumar

    'Do I Look Like Kalidas?' Says Lalu Yadav About Ditching Nitish Kumar

    For those questioning Lalu Yadav's alliance with Nitish Kumar in Bihar, the 69-year-old political heavyweight has two questions of his own: "Am I a fool?" and "Do I look like Kalidas?"

  • Nitish Kumar's Party Reminisces About BJP As Ally. Your Move, Lalu Yadav

    Nitish Kumar's Party Reminisces About BJP As Ally. Your Move, Lalu Yadav

    Over freshly-cut mangoes this morning, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar entertained spokespersons from his party with anecdotes of his political past. But the real agenda of the breakfast chat was to make it clear that a truce has been crafted with ally Lalu Yadav, and that the name-calling that is exactly a week old must end.

  • Nitish Kumar's 'Principles' The Focus Of Ally Congress' Attack On Him

    Nitish Kumar's 'Principles' The Focus Of Ally Congress' Attack On Him

    Each of the three members of Bihar's ruling alliance is achieving scale in their attacks on each other. Today, it was the Congress that with great gusto took on Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, accusing him of result-driven convictions.

  • Tejashwi Yadav Airs Complaints About Ally Rahul Gandhi, Boss Nitish Kumar

    Tejashwi Yadav Airs Complaints About Ally Rahul Gandhi, Boss Nitish Kumar

    There was new sparking today in the alliance that governs Bihar, with 27-year-old Tejashwi Yadav, who is Deputy Chief Minister of the state, accusing boss Nitish Kumar of blatant opportunism and Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi of part-timing in politics.

  • Taunting Grand Alliance Partners, Nitish Kumar Quotes Them - Adds Twist

    Taunting Grand Alliance Partners, Nitish Kumar Quotes Them - Adds Twist

    Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has made it clear to his two partners that despite their criticism, he is all-in with his support for rival BJP in the election for President of India.

  • Not Backing 'Bihar's Daughter' A 'Historic Blunder': Lalu Yadav To Nitish Kumar

    Not Backing 'Bihar's Daughter' A 'Historic Blunder': Lalu Yadav To Nitish Kumar

    After announcing that Meira Kumar, a Dalit woman and former Lok Sabha Speaker, will be its candidate for President of India, the opposition made its next big move: it asked Nitish Kumar, Bihar Chief Minister, to return to the fold.

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