With a few months to go for assembly elections, he needs to bring governance back on the rails, pacify restive youth, says Satyavrat Mishra As Nitish Kumar becomes the chief minister of Bihar for the fourth time, he has a difficult job on his hands. He may have won the battle of political relevance, but the cost has been enormous. With just a few months to go for the assembly elections, he will have to bring governance back on the rails and pacify the state’s restive youth. He will ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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