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Ex-CM Jagannath Mishra joins issue with Nitish Kumar

Former CM Nitish Kumar’s statement on a non-tribal becoming the Jharkhand chief minister has invited criticism from three-term former CM of undivided Bihar Jagannath Mishra who, on Saturday, said it deserved severe condemnation. Times of India, 1 month ago
Business Standard

JD(U), Nitish will face the wrath of anti-incumbency: Sushil Kumar Modi

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) senior leader Sushil Kumar Modi talks to Satyavrat Mishra about the prospects of the party in Bihar. Modi says only the Assembly elections or general elections are the true barometers of popularity. Edited excerpts:After ...
 Business Standard2 months ago JD-U, Nitish will face the wrath of anti-incumbency: Sushil Kumar Modi  Rediff.com2 months ago Dalits and Muslims will vote for BJP  The Sunday Guardian1 week ago
India TV

'Unhappy' with Nitish, Lalu may pull out from Janata Parivar

'Unhappy' with Nitish, Lalu may pull out from Janata Parivar Patna: Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) chief Lalu Prasad Yadav on Wednesday indicated that he may part his ways from the much-hyped Janata Parivar. Prasad is reportedly unhappy with the ...
 India TV1 day ago Lalu Prasad and Nitish Kumar fail to open account for RJD and JD(U) in Jharkhand  DNA India1 month ago Janata Parivar: Speed breakers before proposed merger  Indian Express1 week ago Janata Parivar plans stir against ordinance move by Modi govt  Indian Express3 weeks ago
Firstpost.com

Amid infighting, JD(U) leaders meet at Nitish's ...

Patna: Amid infighting in JD(U) triggered by power tussle between Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi andsenior leader Nitish Kumar, a meeting of party leaders began at Kumar's residence in Patna on Tuesday to take stock of political situation. Chief ...
 Firstpost.com1 week ago JD(U) meet at Nitish Kumar's house, Bihar CM Manjhi meets BJP minister  Economic Times1 week ago JD(U) meet at Nitish house; Manjhi meets BJP minister  Business Standard India1 week ago No plan to oust Bihar CM Jitan Ram Manjhi, says Nitish Kumar  DNA India1 week ago
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Financial Express

JD(U), Cong at odds over Nitish party support to AAP in Delhi

Patna: Brushing aside Congress protest, JD(U) on Tuesday said it would extend support to the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in Delhi poll. "JD(U) will support Aam Aadmi Party of Arvind Kejriwal in Delhi," state JD(U) president Basistha Narayan Singh told ...
 ZeeNews.com3 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 Battleground Delhi: JD(U), Congress at odds over Nitish party support to AAP  Oneindia3 days ago
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Dinner Diplomacy Fuels Talk Of Manjhi's Ouster

01:02 am Patna : The dinner diplomacy by pro-Nitish Kumar ministers at the residence of a senior minister on Wednesday night fuelled speculation of attempts to replace Jitan Ram Manjhi(pictured) by another dalit in the Chief Minister's post. The ...
 The Freepress Journal1 week ago Jitan Ram Manjhi to be replaced-Dinner diplomacy by pro-Nitish camp fuels speculation  Oneindia1 week ago Dinner diplomacy by pro-Nitish camp fuels speculation  Business Standard India1 week ago Dinner gathering of pro-Nitish camp fuels speculation of Manjhi's ouster from throne  The Echo Of India1 week ago
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Calcutta Telegraph

Pro-Nitish Ministers Meet Amid Reports of Differences in JD(U)

Amid reports of power tussle between Nitish Kumar and Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi, over a dozen pro-Nitish ministers met at the residence of a senior minister here tonight signalling all was not well in the party government. Ministers ...
 Outlook India1 week ago Nitish party line sermon to CM  Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago Pro-Nitish ministers meet to signal message to Manjhi  Topnews.in1 week ago Musical pointer to rift in party  Calcutta Telegraph1 day ago
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Oneindia

Nitish Kumar to take the reins again? Jitan Ram Manjhi likely to be replaced as Bihar CM

Bihar , Jan 19:Amid reports of many ministers being unhappy, now some reports are also saying that Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi is likely to be replaced by Nitish Kumar in the next few days. If reports are to be believed then, this ...
 Oneindia1 week ago Bihar: 14 arrested for violence in Muzaffarpur, security tightened  Indian Express1 week ago Nitish-Manjhi tussle out in the open in Bihar  Deccan Herald1 week ago JD(U) warns CM Manjhi against plans to meet Modi  India Today1 week ago
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Calcutta Telegraph

Nitish blows poll bugle for cadres

Nitish Kumar,with JDU's Rajya Sabha MPHarivansh by his side, interacts withparty members on the first day of thetraining programme at his officialresidence (7 Circular Road) in Patna onTuesday; (above) former deputy chief minister Sushil Kumar Modi ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago

Nitish-Manjhi tussle takes ugly turn

The internal bickering in the ruling JD(U) exploded on Saturday when the spokesman of the party publicly demanded resignation of two Ministers who are exhibiting their closeness to Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi. JD(U) spokesman Ajay Alok asked ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago Infighting Continues in JD(U) With More Complaints Against Spokesman  Outlook India1 week ago Infighting continues in JD(U)  Business Standard India1 week ago Sadhu divides Dal further  Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago
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