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News in Brief (Jan 23): Arvind Kejriwal leads as the most preferred Delhi CM: Poll

AAP our main rival, Congress not in contest in Delhi, BJP's vi...

New Delhi As the city heads for a high- pitched electoral battle, BJP Chief Amit Shah today said his party has a direct fight with main rival Aam Aadmi Party and claimed Congress was nowhere in the contest in Delhi assembly elections. In an ... DeshGujarat, 1 week ago

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RJD, JD-U will merge, say Lalu and …

Patna/New Delhi, Jan 30 (IANS) Six "Janata Parivar" parties will certainly merge soon as there is no hurdle, former Bihar chief ministers Nitish Kumar and Lalu Prasad announced Friday. In the wake of reports of unlikely merger of the Janata ...
 Yahoo! India4 hours ago Delay in Lalu-Nitish merger worries Congress  Times of India20 hours ago Six Janata Parivar parties will merge soon, say Lalu and Nitish  Nagaland Post31 minutes ago RJD JD-U will merge say Lalu and Nitish  Calcutta News.Net1 hour ago

Aditya Verma writes to Arun Jaitley, says don't entertain N Srinivasan

NEW DELHI: Cricket Association of Bihar secretary Aditya Verma today requested BJP heavyweight Arun Jaitley to not entertain the thought of meeting BCCI president-in-exile N Srinivasan. Barred by the Supreme Court from contesting the BCCI polls, ...
 Economic Times1 day ago Verma writes to Jaitley, says don't entertain Srinivasan  Press Trust of India1 day ago Aditya Verma to Arun Jaitley: Don't support N Srinivasan  Oneindia1 day ago Jaitley urged not to back Srinivasan  The Week12 hours ago
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Bihar politics: Janata Parivar meet by January end in Delhi

NEW DELHI: Bihar JD(U) president Bashistha Narayan Singh has said that leaders of JD(U), RJD, SP, JD(S), INLD and Samajwadi Janata Party would meet in Delhi by the month end to discuss the merger of these parties. "We will move forward on this ...
 Economic Times1 week ago PTI - JD(U)-AAP - JD(U), Cong at odds over Nitish party support to AAP in Delhi  Namibia Press Agency3 days ago JD(U), Congress at odds over Nitish party support to AAP in Delhi  DNA India3 days ago Congress at odds over Nitish Kumar party's support to Aam Aadmi Party in Delhi  Financial Express3 days ago
Indian Express

Except in health, Delhi tops developed districts; Bihar, UP, MP trail far behind

Eight of Delhi's 11 districts figure in India's top 20 in composite development — measured in terms of economic development and the indices of health, education and material well-being. An exhaustive analysis of the latest National Sample ...
 Indian Express1 day ago India, district by district  Indian Express2 days ago Caste, religion are deciding factors for development: report  Hindu Business Line1 day ago

BJP’s top leaders to join Delhi campaign

Sensing that the outcome of the Delhi Assembly polls will have a cascading effect on the coming Assembly elections in Bihar, West Bengal and Uttar Pradesh, the BJP is in no mood to take chances, and has roped in its top guns for the campaign in the national ...
 Asian Age1 day ago

Delhi polls: Sheila Dikshit absent at Congress manifesto release

BJP's hopes of adding Bihar to the growing bouquet of states it rules is set for a strategic fillip with party chief Amit Shah's arrival on Friday — his first visit to the state after assuming office in July 2014.The party had, on January 11, set ...
 24Dunia1 week ago BJP will meet its Waterloo in Bihar, says Congress  Deccan Herald2 days ago PTI - SHAH-DELHI 2  Namibia Press Agency6 days ago BJP chief eyes election win in Bihar  International Business Times India6 days ago
Manorama Online

Uproar as Delhi, NE, Bihar tableaux absent

n parties on Monday cried foul over the absence of tableaux from a majority of non-BJP ruled States like Bihar, West Bengal, Odisha, Kerala and Tamil Nadu at the Republic Day celebrations and alleged it was a deliberate attempt on part of BJP-led ...
 New Delhi Pioneer3 days ago Kerala, other non-BJP states unrepresented at R-Day  Manorama Online4 days ago Floats from non-BJP states go MIA at Republic Day parade  Rediff.com4 days ago Majority of non-BJP ruled states unrepresented at R-Day  Navhind Times3 days ago
Turkish Press

Two killed, 16 injured in Bihar bomb blast

NEW DELHI, Jan 23, 2015 (BSS) - Two persons were killed and 16 injured in a crude bomb explosion on Ara Civil court premises in Bhojpur district of Bihar today. One woman and one police constable are among the dead in the blast. Additional ...
 Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha1 week ago Bomb attack kills two, injures 17 at north Indian court  Turkish Press6 days ago Woman bomber killed in Bihar court blast  Chandigarh Tribune6 days ago Blast in civil court complex in Bihar's Ara, two killed  DDI News1 week ago
Afternoon Despatch & Courier

Delhi polls: Big army of BJP's Bihar leaders to woo Purvanchali voters

The BJP has roped in around 150 of its leaders from Bihar to woo the community in the run-up to the February 7 election
 DNA2 days ago Why BJP is hoping for early elections in Bihar  New Delhi Pioneer5 days ago New battle fronts emerge in Bihar  Afternoon Despatch & Courier1 week ago Manjhi welcome, says Bihar BJP chief  The Hindu1 week ago
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