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Janata Parivar Merger, Advantage Nitish

BY ARUN SRIVASTAVA Basking in the glory of his mentor, the BJP chief Amit Shah nurses the wrong notion that he is at present the most astute, sharp and intelligent political leader. Else, speaking at a rally in Patna, coinciding with the ... Navhind Times, 1 day ago
Janata Parivar, a big challenge to BJP in Bihar Hindu Business Line, 2 weeks ago

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Indian Express, 5 months ago

Gains from Janata merger

Alliances and mergers have been the favourite pastime jobs of the politicians. But the merger of the components and groups of the erstwhile Janata Party and floating a new unified Janata Party is different proposition in the prevailing context and ...
 The Echo Of India3 days ago
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'Communal riots never happen in a political vacuum'

'Communalism and communal riots happened in India only during and due to colonialism. Pre-colonial India didn't have this problem of communal conflicts and religious strife.' 'So far as the destruction of Nalanda University by Bakhtiyar Khilji is concerned, there is no direct evidence of it. We don't have even archaeological evidence testifying Khilji's destruction,' Mohammad Sajjad tells Syed Firdaus Ashraf/Rediff.com.   Did Bakhtiyar Khilji destroy Nalanda University? How many Hindus ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago

Your Handy-Dandy Guide to the Bihar …

Jaade mein coat, paise mein note, chunaav mein vote. (In winter, a coat; for money, cash notes; for elections, the vote.) That's what a Bihar politician says to me, off the record, as we sit on the porch of his bungalow, surrounded by voters ...
 Yahoo! India5 days ago
IPA Newspack.com

NITISH TO GAIN MOST FROM JANATA MERGER

Share to Facebook Share to Twitter MULAYAM STILL FACING OPPOSITION IN HIS PARTY By Arun Srivastava Alliances and mergers have been the favourite pastime jobs of the politicians. But the merger of the components and groups ...
 IPA Newspack.com1 week ago

Congress's leadership woes

Leaders of the Congress may claim otherwise but it is a fact that the party is divided on the names of Sonia and Rahul Gandhi. Loyalists of both leaders are openly coming forward. Apart from Sonia and Rahul, some leaders are also showing loyalty to ...
 New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago
Firstpost.com

Undone by himself: How Prime Minister Modi proved Candidate Modi's critics right

By Sandip Roy and Lakshmi Chaudhry Narendra Modi surprised many analysts and pundits, including these writers and many others, by powering his way to the top in the Lok Sabha elections. He didn't just win. He won handsomely. Modi proved a far ...
 Firstpost.com2 weeks ago Undone by himself: How PM Modi proved Candidate Modi's critics right  Firstpost.com2 weeks ago Undone by himself: PM Narendra Modi proved Candidate ...  Firstpost.com2 weeks ago Undone by himself: Modi proved critics right?  MSN News US2 weeks ago
The Freepress Journal

Giriraj, Gupta are mainstream, not fringe

12:06 am Whenever offensive statements have emanated from saffron leaders like Giriraj Singh, Shyama Charan Gupta, Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti, Yogi Adityanath and Sakshi Maharaj (all parliamentarians and hence carefully chosen by the party leadership for ...
 The Freepress Journal2 weeks ago Giriraj gem again: Had Rajiv Gandhi married Nigerian, would she be leader?  Indian Express3 weeks ago

How Shankarbigha massacre became a foregone verdict

: On the eve of Republic Day, at about 8.30pm, an armed mob attacked Shankarbigha, an impoverished Dalit village in Bihar. They butchered 23 men, women and children. The police registered an FIR naming 24 accused persons on the basis of information ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago Shankarbigha: A foregone verdict  Times of India3 weeks ago
Times of India

Hashimpura and the echoes of the Uprising of 1857

The flowers around the grave are wild, bright blue and are called spilanthes calva DC — their extracts make analgesics and antioxidants, all very nice with the drug making industry. The white marble angel, hands folded in prayer, with the ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago Hashimpura and the echoes of 1857  Times of India3 weeks ago
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