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It'll be 'Brand Bihar' vs BJP in assembly polls: Nitish Kumar
Times of India

It'll be 'Brand Bihar' vs BJP in assembly polls: Nitish Kumar

PATNA: After accusing BJP of trying to cause damage to "Brand Bihar" which the government headed by him assiduously charted out and popularized, former CM Nitish Kumar has said that the 2015 assembly election in state will be "Brand Bihar versus ... Times of India, 2 days ago

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Deccan Chronicle

BJP Trying to Destroy 'Brand Bihar: Nitish

:05 View Comments JD-U leader Nitish Kumar (file photo). Patna : Former Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, maintaining his relentless attack on the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) since he decided to break away from the NDA camp a little over a ...
 PatnaDaily.com5 days ago Ex-railway minister Nitish feels bullet train not feasible in India  The Echo Of India2 weeks ago Impressive concept but not feasible in India: Former Rail Minister Nitish Kumar on bullet trains  Deccan Chronicle2 weeks ago Bullet Train Not Feasible in India: Nitish  New Indian Express2 weeks ago
Calcutta Telegraph

How Bihar was won

By Chinmaya Kumar & Abhishek Choudhary The result of the general elections in Bihar has been to Nitish Kumar's chagrin: out of 40 seats, the BJP-led NDA won 31 and the RJD-led UPA won seven; Nitish's JD(U) could summon up barely two (the JD(U) ...
 Indian Express1 month ago Bihar's JD-U government heads for a major crisis  Gulf News1 month ago Bigger-sized cabinet buzz  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago JD(U) split wide open  New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago
Jagran Post

Not surprised by petrol/diesel prices hike: Nitish Kumar

PATNA: Senior JD(U) leader and former Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar today said he was not surprised at rise in prices of petrol and diesel besides, soaring rates of food items under Narendra Modi government which could not deliver on tall ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago Jaya, Nitish oppose fuel price hike, demand rollback  Jagran Post3 weeks ago Not surprised by fuel hike: Nitish Kumar  Indian Express3 weeks ago Not surprised by petrol-diesel prices hike: Nitish Kumar  ZeeNews.com3 weeks ago
International Business Times India

Nitish Kumar hints at grand secular alliance against BJP

"A start of such a wider golbandi (coming together) against BJP started from Bihar yesterday and this will spread across the country," Kumar said hinting at a possible alliance between the JD(U), RJD, Congress and CPI in next year's Assembly ...
 Jagran Post1 month ago Four BJP MPs to vote against JD(U) government in Bihar  Millennium Post2 months ago All smiles after emotional adieu  Calcutta Telegraph2 months ago Nitish is irresponsible, can join hands with anyone for power: BJP  International Business Times India2 months ago

How Nitish Kumar stole the show in Bihar

You can call it the BJP's good luck in winning the 25 seats in Bihar, or the Modi wave, which, along with the political decline of the Congress and other secular and non-NDA fronts, helped Narendra Modi and the BJP achieve victory in the Lok Sabha ...
 DNA India2 months ago How the 'secularists' defeated Nitish Kumar  Rediff.com1 month ago Swept by NaMo Wave, Nitish Quits, Gogoi Too Offers to Go  New Indian Express2 months ago Engineer, politician: Bihar will miss Nitish's good governance  Oneindia2 months ago
Times of India

Emotional Nitish Kumar refuses JD(U)'s urge to stay as Bihar CM, party to decide new leader on Monday

PATNA: The JD(U) legislature party on Sunday decided to take the final call on choosing a new leader tomorrow in the wake of the resignation of chief minister Nitish Kumar. JD(U) MLAs unanimously chose Nitish Kumar as their leader and insisted ...
 Times of India2 months ago JD-U workers make Nitish rethink on...  The Echo Of India2 months ago Nitish targeting Sharad Yadav, migration to Delhi: BJP  Times of India2 months ago JD(U) leaders demand Nitish's return months ago

'Nitish, Lalu misjudged Bihar's mindset'

'They gave Nitish their votes to bring progress. But he forgot this and got involved with his own political interests. That is not done. So he was rejected.' 'Lalu is a symbol of anarchy. He is the symbol of regressive politics.' BJP General Secretary Dharmendra Pradhan discusses Lalu, Nitish, and his strategy to bring Bihar in the BJP's fold, with Vaihayasi Pande Daniel/ Dharmendra Pradhan was elected to the Rajya Sabha from Bihar in 2012, although he hails from Angul in central ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Bihar trio help grab 80% votes in kitty  Calcutta Telegraph2 months ago Laloo's tall talks fail to impress Bihari voter  Business Standard India2 months ago
Jagran Post

Pro-Nitish legislators fear horse-trading in Bihar RS polls

A group of JD(U) legislators loyal to former chief minister Nitish Kumar today alleged that many party legislators were being offered money to vote for Independent candidates in the election to the three Rajya Sabha seats in Bihar to be held on June ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago

Monumental miscalculation: Nitish Kumar's development record shone in contrast to Lalu, but not Modi

The rise of Nitish Kumar nine years ago was attributable to the revulsion of Biharis against Lalu Prasad's jungle raj.
 Times of India2 months ago
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