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Will unite anti-BJP forces, PM post depends on destiny: Nitish Kumar
Deccan Chronicle

Nitish most credible face against BJP alliance: Pawar

NEW DELHI: A Sonia Gandhi-led Congress would be more effective than a Rahul Gandhi-led party but Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar will be the most credible face of an anti-BJP alliance, said Nationalist Congress Party chief Sharad Pawar, expressing ... Economic Times, 32 minutes ago
As JDU chief, Nitish will unite all anti-BJP forces The Freepress Journal, 4 days ago
Pune Mirror

Sharad Pawar prefers Nitish over Rahul to lead ‘united opposition’ in 2019 elections

New Delhi: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s ambitious anti-BJP alliance call for 2019 general elections is gaining popularity among opposition parties with each passing day. The latest to lend his weight behind the Janata Dal...
 IndiaTV News1 hour ago Defaulter road firm gets a reprieve  Calcutta Telegraph6 hours ago Rahul Gandhi-Nitish Kumar tie-up  The Echo Of India4 days ago Uttar Pradesh vital for Nitish Kumar's national ambitions  Deccan Chronicle5 days ago

Kanhaiya's book to be published by Juggernaut

New Delhi, April 27 (IANS) Jawaharlal Nehru University Students' Union president Kanhaiya Kumar's book "From Bihar to Tihar" will be simultaneously published in Hindi and English by Juggernaut Books later this year.
 News Chennai Online1 day ago JNUSU prez in city tomorrow  Times of India11 hours ago Kanhaiya to pen book 'Bihar to Tihar'  United News of India1 day ago Kanhaiya Kumar to come out with a book titled 'From Bihar to Tihar'  Mid Day1 day ago
ABP Live

After Lalu, Sharad Pawar backs Bihar CM Nitish Kumar as face of anti-BJP alliance

After Lalu, Sharad Pawar backs Nitish as face of anti-BJP alliance. Photo PTI New Delhi: Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) president Sharad Pawar on Thursday said that Bihar Chief Minster and Janta Dal (United) president Nitish Kumar will be the ...
 ABP Live3 hours ago Nitish Kumar's 'anti-BJP-RSS' call seems dampened as no Bihar-like grand alliance in other states  Economic Times1 week ago
Times of India

Pawar backs Nitish's bid to forge secular front

New Delhi: NCP chief Sharad Pawar has endorsed Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar's move to bring together all "secular" parties to forge an anti-BJP political platform. "He is a popular chief minister and has taken an important initiative. It is a ...
 Times of India6 hours ago Nitish orders to issue advisory on use of fire in searing heat  The Hindu3 days ago Lalu remark meant to create JD(U)-Congress rift?  Economic Times1 week ago Congress squirms as Lalu backs Nitish as PM candidate  ABP Live1 week ago

Watch: With the blazing heat, have your eggs on the rocks!

According to the IMD, the heat wave will continue in Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi, Rajasthan, Bihar, Odisha, Marathwada, Vidarbha, Telangana The post Watch: With the blazing heat, have your eggs on the rocks! appeared first on Firstpost .
 First Post.com1 week ago Heatwave: No respite; highest max in Odisha at 46.3 deg C  Oneindia1 day ago Heat wave continues to grip India; Odisha`s Titlagarh records highest at 48.5 deg C  ZeeNews.com4 days ago Heat wave: Odisha's Titlagarh hottest place in India  Livemint.com4 days ago

Panel to consider green nod to 4,000 MW project in Bihar

New Delhi, Apr 27 () A high-level panel will next week consider a proposal recommending green clearance to 4,000 MW Ultra Mega Power Project in Bihar. "The Expert Appraisal Committee (EAC) (Thermal Power) will meet on May 5 to consider the ...
 Times of India1 day ago
The Freepress Journal

PTI - CJI-NITISH - Bihar govt makes pitch for OBC reservation in lower judiciary

CJI-NITISH - Bihar govt makes pitch for OBC reservation in lower judiciary Contributed by NAMPA / PTI. New Delhi, Apr 24 (PTI) Bihar government today made a strong pitch for reservation to OBCs in lower judiciary saying a "different yardstick" ...
 Namibia Press Agency4 days ago Bihar pitches for OBC quota in lower judiciary  Millennium Post4 days ago Bihar govt bats for OBCquota in judicial service  Times of India4 days ago Bihar govt makes pitch for OBC reservation in lower judiciary  The Freepress Journal4 days ago
Business Standard

Bihar joins Uday discom debt restructure scheme

New Delhi, Feb 22 (IANS) Bihar became the sixth state on Monday to join the Ujwal Discom Assurance Yojana (Uday) discoms' debt restructuring scheme by signing the tripartite agreement with the union power ministry and the state distribution company (discom).
 News Chennai Online2 months ago PM to reward 10 Bihar dists for excellent performance  Times of India1 week ago Civil Society: #Bihar  The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago Crime down by 27 per cent after liquor ban in Bihar  The Hindu3 days ago

Begusarai case: JNU students protest at Bihar Bhawan, detained

New Delhi, Apr 23 () A group of JNU students today protested at the Bihar Bhawan here against the alleged killing of two Dalit CPI(ML) activists in the state's Begusarai district last month and were detained after they tried to enter its premises. ...
 Times of India5 days ago from University Bihar Capital alleged ML) Begusarai case: JNU students protest at Bihar Bhawan  Yahoo! India5 days ago JNU students held during protest over Bihar killings  Asian Age5 days ago PTI - LD PROTEST - Begusarai case: JNU students protest at Bihar Bhawan, detained  Namibia Press Agency5 days ago
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