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5 ways the NDA split hurts Nitish
Indian Express

5 ways the NDA split hurts Nitish

EVMs being carried to a booth in Gaya on Wednesday. PTI A senior journalist recalled that Nitish Kumar, during his early days as a politician, had thumped his table during an animated discussion and said he would one day upset rigid caste ... Indian Express, 1 week ago

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Eurasia Review

Bangladesh: Chittagong Tribunal Verdict And Its Implications Analysis

By Rupak Bhattacharjee In a landmark judgment, the Chittagong Metropolitan Special Tribunal-1 in Bangladesh sentenced fourteen people to death including Paresh Baruah, self- styled Commander-in-Chief of United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA); ...
 Eurasia Review2 weeks ago

Family first: Bihar politicians field kin (Election Special)

Patna, April 2 It's all in the family as Bihar politicians have fielded sons, daughters, brothers, wives and close relatives in the Lok Sabha polls. Chief Minister Nitish Kumar is a notable exception who has kept his family out of politics.
 ProKerala.com2 weeks ago Family first Bihar politicians field kin  Mumbai News.Net2 weeks ago Rabri, daughter in list, revolt brews in RJD  Indian Express1 month ago

Narendra Modi can deliver, says M J Akbar

NEW DELHI: Mobashar Jawed Akbar, the 63-year-old editor and author who joined the BJP on Saturday, is not a novice in politics as he has won a Lok Sabha election in the past, although that was on a Congress ticket. A look at Akbar's career graph ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago

IPU conference in Geneva from March 16

(BSS)-A five-day Inter Parliamentary Union (IPU) conference will begin in Geneva, Switzerland on March 16, said a press release here today. Speakers of parliament of 163 member countries, lawmakers and secretary generals will participate in ...
 Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha1 month ago

Editors seek CJ's intervention

Editors of 16 national dailies have sought intervention of the chief justice ease the situation centring some events involving the media and the judiciary. They made the appeal to the chief justice in a joint statement on Monday as they observed ...
 New Age Bangladesh1 month ago
Dhaka Tribune

90 gold bars seized from capital

Law enforcers and customs officials have seized 90 gold bars worth at least Tk3.5 crore from the capital on Sunday. Four people have been held in this regard. Sixty bars were seized from three auto-rickshaw passengers in the Banani area around ...
 Dhaka Tribune1 month ago 90 gold bars seized, 4 held  Dhaka Tribune1 month ago
The Freepress Journal

Rape accused paraded in full public view

Ujjain: The man who was accused of sexually exploiting his sister for more than two years was paraded publicly by Mahakal police in the city on Wednesday. Police made the accused to apologise in full public view at a city square. Mahakal police ...
 The Freepress Journal1 month ago Man arrested for raping sister  The Freepress Journal1 month ago

JnU dorms rest far away from students

It might have been smooth passage for Jagannath University to undergo the metamorphosis from a mere college to a public university, but the retrieval of its dormitories from the clutches of grabbers appears to be an uphill task. The Jagannath ...
 Dhaka Tribune1 month ago
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