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CM Jha held in Bihar

SHILLONG, April 23 The elusive Chancellor of CMJ University, Chandra Mohan Jha, who was arrested on Tuesday in Bihar, is being brought to the State capital here today by the Meghalaya Police.(The) transit remand has been granted and CM Jha is being brought ... The Assam Tribune, 2 hours ago
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ECI bans Giriraj Singh from campaigning in Bihar, Jharkhand

Home> News > india-news New Delhi, Apr 22 : The Election Commission of India on Tuesday banned BJP candidate Giriraj Singh from campaigning in Bihar and Jharkhand after the leader triggered a controversy by saying that all opponents of Narendra ...
 NewKerala.com19 hours ago Krishnaiah is TDP's CM candidate for Telangana  NewKerala.com7 hours ago Modi slams SP, BSP, Congress in Uttar Pradesh  NewKerala.com4 days ago Who took away PM's freedom of speech, asks Modi  NewKerala.com1 week ago
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Bihar candidate held for selling fake PhD degrees

Chancellor of Meghalaya's CMJ University, Chandra Mohan Jha who was wanted by police on the charge of selling fake PhD degrees, was arrested on Tuesday from Bihar where he was contesting the Lok Sabha elections as an Independent candidate. "A ...
 Hindustan Times13 hours ago Chancellor of CMJ varsity held in Bihar  Indian Express1 day ago Chancellor of CMJ varsity held on fake PhD selling charge  ZeeNews.com1 day ago Chancellor of CMJ University held on fake PhD selling charge  India TV17 hours ago
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NaMo to hold three meetings in Bihar on April 24

PATNA: Narendra Modi (NaMo) will address three public meetings at Saharsa, Madhubani and Darbhanga on April 24 to boost the prospects of party candidates Vijay Kumar Kushwaha (Madhepura), sitting MPs Hukumdeo Narayan Yadav (Madhubani) and Kirti Jha ...
 Times of India1 day ago Advani to address 2 meets in Bihar on April 14  Times of India1 week ago Cong women's posers to Modi about wife  Times of India1 week ago Narendra Modi's Purnia rally live  DeshGujarat2 weeks ago
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Times of India

Casteism is in DNA of Bihar politics: Gadkari

PATNA: Former BJP national president Nitin Gadkari on Saturday whipped up a storm by claiming that 'casteism' constitutes the 'DNA of Bihar' and, therefore, people of the state try to read or see caste in every situation. "Casteism is in the DNA of ...
 Times of India3 days ago Nitin Gadkari's casteism remarks raise storm  Times of India4 days ago Caste politics to rule Bihar polls  TruthDive1 week ago Caste determines Bihar's electoral arithmetic  Hindu Business Line3 weeks ago
Oneindia

Bihar: 44.09% voting on 7 seats till 3 pm

Patna, April 17: About 44.09 per cent voting was recorded till 3 pm in seven Parliamentary seats of Bihar on Thursday. According to Election Commission bulletin, 44.09 per cent voting was recorded in the seven seats. Jehanabad with 33 per cent ...
 Oneindia5 days ago Lok Sabha polls: Bihar records 29% voting on 7 seats by noon  Hindu Business Line6 days ago 29% voting in Bihar by noon  The Statesman6 days ago 29 per cent voting on 7 seats in Bihar by noon  The Hindu6 days ago
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Indian Express

'BJP Has Grabbed Pole Position in Bihar'

He is the other Modi in BJP. Former Bihar deputy chief minister Sushil Kumar Modi is out to help Narendra Modi realise his prime ministerial aspirations by fetching at least 20 seats from the state. And for that the 63-year-old is campaigning hard, ...
 New Indian Express3 days ago BJP warns Bihar govt workers against helping Nitish campaign  Indian Express6 days ago Nitish Kumar to bite the dust as Narendra Modi-led BJP emerge as the single largest party in Bihar: Survey  Daily Bhaskar3 weeks ago Sumo blames Nitish as anti backward  NetIndia123.com3 weeks ago
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Nitish rues Biharis are treated as 12th man

PATNA: Chief minister Nitish Kumar said Biharis are everywhere in the country but they are ignored in every field. Of every 11 Indians, one is a Bihari, but Biharis are not included in Team India (not meaning only the cricket team) and always ...
 Times of India3 days ago Nitish makes virtue out of his ignorance  The Freepress Journal2 weeks ago Nitish feigns ignorance about developments in RJD  Zee News1 month ago

Cardiologists lament poor condition of health sector

GAYA: Cardiologists attending the two-day conference organized by Bihar chapter of Cardiological Society of India lamented inadequate budgetary provisions for the health sector. The conference concluded on Sunday. Speaking as the chief guest, Dr ...
 Times of India3 days ago
Indian Express

BJP nominee warns Modi critics: Pak, not India, for you soon

Kicking up a row with remarks aimed to polarise votes, Bihar BJP leader Giriraj Singh, who is also the party candidate from Nawada, has said those who want to stop BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi will soon have no place in India...
 Financial Express3 days ago BJP leader Giriraj Singh to Narendra Modi critics: You will soon be in Pakistan, not India  Indian Express3 days ago
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