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Sushil Kumar Modi respects Sharad Yadav as his 'Political Guru'
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Sushil Kumar Modi calls Sharad Yadav his guru

A day after former NDA partners BJP and Janata Dal (United) exchanged expletives and almost wrestled in the Bihar Legislative Council, senior BJP leader Sushil Kumar Modi described JD(U) President Sharad Yadav as his political guru. I respect ... Hindu Business Line, 19 hours ago
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Peace brokered between JD(U),BJP; Nitish returns to House

A day after JD(U) and BJP clashed in the Upper House of the Bihar Assembly, peace was restored in the House today following the Chairman giving a clean chit to former Chief Minister Nitish Kumar accused of instigating the scuffle and the leader of ...
 Siasat Daily1 day ago Blame game for uproar in Bihar Assembly begins between JD-U and BJP  Business Standard1 day ago Modi alleges Nitish hand in House clash  The Telegraph1 day ago Day after, Sushil says sorry to Nitish  New Delhi Pioneer13 hours ago
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Times of India

'JD(U), Cong, RJD Alliance to Stop BJP in Bypolls'

PATNA: JD(U) leader Nitish Kumar on Monday said his party would fight the forthcoming by-elections in Bihar in alliance with the RJD and Congress, to defeat the BJP. The JD(U) state executive has taken a decision to fight the bypoll for 10 ...
 New Indian Express4 days ago Council gives 'clean chit' to Nitish  Times of India14 hours ago JD-U, RJD to tie up for Bihar elections  The Statesman5 days ago Nitish Kumar still wields clout in JD(U)  Times of India6 days ago
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DNA

BJP slams Manjhi govt over rise in crimes against women

Patna, Jul 24 (PTI) Opposition BJP today slammed the Bihar government for rise in crimes against women in the state due to deteriorating in law and order situation. The issue was raised by the Leader of Opposition Nand Kishore Yadav during Zero ...
 Press Trust of India1 day ago BJP slams Jitan Ram Manjhi's government over rise in crimes against women  Economic Times1 day ago BJP slams Jitan Ram Manjhi government in Bihar over rise in crimes against women  DNA1 day ago Rich encourage female foeticide, Bihar CM Manjhi says  Times of India5 days ago
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IBN Live

Patna Police quiz Bihar BJP MP over Rs 1.14 crore stolen from his house

In an embarrassment for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) the Patna Police has starting questioning its MP from Bihar, Giriraj Singh, in connection with the recovery of Rs 1.14 crore in cash, jewellery and $600 that were reportedly stolen from his house ...
 IBN Live2 weeks ago Police questions Yadav over stolen money from his house  Economic Times5 days ago Bihar cop rewarded for honesty siphons off money  Deccan Herald1 day ago Giriraj puts cash onus on cousin  The Telegraph1 week ago
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NDTV

Top BJP Leader In Bihar Springs Surprise: Praise For Sharad Yadav

In a rare moment of political congeniality, one of the BJP's most senior leaders in Bihar paid tribute today to Sharad Yadav, whose party untethered a long-standing alliance with the BJP last year. "In my political career, I owe a lot to one man - Sharad ...
 NDTV1 day ago
India Today

Name-calling leads to ugly scenes in Bihar Assembly

BJP MLAs demonstrating at the gate of Bihar Assembly in Patna. The Bihar Legislative Council on Thursday witnessed unprecedented scenes with the ruling Janata Dal-United (JD-U) and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) members clashing with each other. ...
 India Today1 day ago
Daily Bhaskar

Bihar Assembly bypolls: Differences erupt between JD(U)-RJD over seat sharing

Patna: With an aim to restrict the Bharatiya Janata Party ( BJP ) from increasing its political influence in the state, the ruling Janata Dal (United) or JD(U) has decided to contest the Bihar Assembly bypolls for 10 seats with its former rival ...
 Daily Bhaskar2 days ago Nitish and Lalu join hands for Ass..  Samaylive1 day ago Nitish calls for anti-BJP alliance  New Delhi Pioneer4 days ago Lalu hints at contesting Bihar Assembly poll with JD(U)  The Hindu5 days ago
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Daily Bhaskar

Bihar govt sacks 1,137 teachers over fake degree, invalid documents

This was told by state education minister Brishen Patel in legislative assembly in reply to a starred question of BJP's Vikram Kuer.
 Times of India4 days ago Fake degree, invalid papers cost teachers their jobs  The Echo Of India3 days ago 1137 teachers sacked over fake degree, invalid documents  Press Trust of India4 days ago SHOCKING: For a Bihar teacher, Smriti Irani is state's governor, Pratibha Patil India's president  Daily Bhaskar6 days ago
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IndiaTV News

Saffron party hits back at ex-CM on 'Brand Bihar'

A day after JD-U leader Nitish Kumar blamed it for destroying the 'Brand Bihar' for political dividends, the BJP today flayed the former chief minister for decimating the "feel-good changed perception" about the state by shaking hands with RJD ...
 The Echo Of India4 days ago BJP hits back at Nitish  Business Standard5 days ago BJP hits back at Nitish Kumar for alliance with RJD  Economic Times5 days ago BJP hits back at Nitish for alliance with RJD  Economic Times5 days ago
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