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Trust vote underway in Bihar Assembly
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Nitish wins trust vote in Bihar Assembly

Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Friday won the trust vote with 131 MLAs supporting the confidence motion while 108 legislators from the RJD-led Opposition voting against it. With the BJP-led NDA, having 58 MLAs in its kitty, it was a smooth sail for Nitish ... Deccan Herald, 3 weeks ago
Trust vote underway in Bihar Assembly Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
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Nitish Kumar wins Bihar floor test

Chief Minister Nitish Kumar is now speaking in the Bihar Assembly. He is saying this government will focus only on development. The mandate was not for amassing benami properties, the CM says. "The RJD ignored our party. The mandate was for a transparent, corruption-free government. No one can lecture me on secularism. I know what I am doing. I will not support anyone amassing personal wealth by using political power. It was impossible for me to continue with the arrangement. This is a mandate ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago After winning floor test we will win people's hearts: JD(U)  Sify3 weeks ago Friends-turned-foes: Lalu, Rabri, Tejashwi Yadav tear into Nitish  Sify3 weeks ago Opposition unity in tatters, Nitish is CM again  The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago

The mistakes which Nitish has made (Column: Political Circus)

Nitish Kumar may have won the trust vote in the Bihar legislature, but he is now weaker than what he was during his earlier stint as the Chief Minister. At that time, he had become a larger than life figure because of his success in controlling lawlessness in ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago The mistakes which Nitish has made  Prokerala3 weeks ago
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Nitish Kumar ousts Sharad as JD-U RS leader

In what is being seen as punishment for his disapproval of Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar's decision to re-join the BJP-led alliance, Sharad Yadav has been replaced by Nitish's close aide RCP Singh as the Parliamentary Party leader of the Janata Dal-United ...
 DNA6 days ago RJD plea against Nitish govt dismissed, Sushil Kumar takes charges as Dy CM  Rediff.com2 weeks ago Fatwa against Bihar Muslim minister for shouting 'Jai Shri Ram'  Rediff.com2 weeks ago Better late than never: Paswan on Nitish going with NDA  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago
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Sharad Yadav removed as leader of JD(U) in Rajya Sabha

Janata Dal(U) Rajya Sabha members today removed Sharad Yadav, who opposed the partys decision to ally with the BJP in Bihar, as their leader in the House and replaced him with R C P Singh, a senior party leader said. The MPs met Rajya Sabha Chairman M ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago Sharad meets JD(U) leaders, aide claims may float new party  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago Sharad Yadav removed as Rajya Sabha JD(U) leader, RCP Singh to replace him  catchnews.com6 days ago JD-U removes Sharad Yadav as leader of party in Rajya Sabha  Rediff.com1 week ago

Accused of betrayal, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar today hit back at the RJD

Accused of betrayal, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar today hit back at the RJD and Congress saying he cannot be with people who were using secularism to hide their "sins" and wealth earned through corrupt means. "The mandate is to serve the people and not ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago Will serve people, not one family; Nitish Kumar today hits back at the RJD  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago
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This is what Sonia has to battle to stop M.O.D.I juggernaut

Two important political developments will be taking place in India today.Prime Minister Narendra Modi will kick start the 5-day M.O.D.I. (Making of Developed India) fest from the north-eastern frontier state Assam to mark the completion of the NDA government's third anniversary. Congress President Sonia Gandhi will discuss a possible strategy with 26 non-NDA political parties in New Delhi to finalise a joint candidate for the post of President against the probable NDA candidate.PM Modi, his ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago As MODI fest starts, Sonia eyes stopping Modi hurricane  Sify2 months ago
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Ram Nath Kovind to become President of India. Cross-voting hits Opposition parties

The results of the Presidential elections are out. NDA candidate and former Bihar Governor Ram Nath Kovind will be the 14th President of India. Amid the jubilation in the NDA camp, the Opposition, particularly the Congress, has been jolted by cross-voting in ...
 catchnews.com4 weeks ago All of India's parties must rally behind R N Kovind  Rediff.com1 month ago

Ruminations : Sustaining the Bihar project

At one time it was said of Sharad Pawar, and to some extent of Mulayam Singh Yadav, that they were two of the most malleable politicians of their time. To keep themselves and their parties relevant, they could change course and fit perfectly into any ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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What Nitish did is an act of extreme courage

Nitish should be portrayed as an upholder of political dharma, a leader who had the heart to not sack his senior partner's son even though he was tarnishing his clean image, argues Sudhir Bisht. Ever since Nitish Kumar resigned as Bihar chief minister, only to resume duties in less than 24 hours, he has been labeled a 'pretender of morality who eventually shunned the pretence and showed his true colours'. Rediff.com published articles that were downright critical of Nitish Kumar's jumping off ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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