Who Said What

  • Bihar mid-day meal tragedy: 'Food was poisoned'
    Amid the massive mid-day meal tragedy unfolding in Bihar, a nasty political blame-game has begun over who was responsible for the deaths of 21 children. While the Opposition in Bihar has slammed the Nitish Kumar government for being "insensitive" and "callous", the ruling Janata Dal(United) or JD(U) has hit back, alleging political conspiracy.
  • Who said what on the JD(U)-BJP break-up
    The 17-year-old alliance between Nitish Kumar's Janata Dal (United) and the BJP is over. At a press conference, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar was not reticent about the cause of the split. He did not name the BJP's Narendra Modi, but said, "To be named Prime Minister, you need more than 272 votes," a clear jab at the Gujarat Chief Minister, a deeply polarizing politician.
  • Narendra Modi is named BJP's poll campaign chairman: Who said what
    There has been a flurry of reactions to Narendra Modi being nominated as the BJP's election committee chairman. Here are some of the reactions.

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