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Amrapali group Managing Director Anil Kumar Sharma booked in murder case
Financial Express

Shooter clue in murder case

The probe into the murder of Balika Vidyapeeths former secretary Kumar Sharad Chandra has gained steam after the arrest of an alleged sharp shooter, Raushan Kumar Singh. Raushan, a resident of Babhangama village in Lakhisarai district, was picked up for ... The Telegraph, 2 weeks ago
Abscond? I am in office, says realtor The Telegraph, 2 weeks ago
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Sushil Kumar Modi calls Sharad Yadav his guru

A day after former NDA partners BJP and Janata Dal (United) exchanged expletives and almost wrestled in the Bihar Legislative Council, senior BJP leader Sushil Kumar Modi described JD(U) President Sharad Yadav as his political guru. I respect ...
 Hindu Business Line4 weeks ago Nitish, peace return to Bihar House Sushil describes Sharad as 'political guru'  The Echo Of India3 weeks ago Sushil Modi describes Sharad Yadav as his `political guru`  Zee News4 weeks ago Top BJP Leader In Bihar Springs Surprise: Praise For Sharad Yadav  NDTV4 weeks ago
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Sharad Yadav wins, Dilip Kumar Jaiswal backs out of Rajya Sabha race

After receiving the election certificate in his hotel room, Sharad said, "My victory is partial.It shall be complete when the two other nominees win." He refused to react on the rebels' activities.
 Times of India2 months ago 'Won't Allow a Sangh-backed Govt at Centre Again'  New Indian Express1 month ago JD(U) chief poised for larger role  Deccan Herald2 months ago Sharad Yadav enters Rajya Sabha, JD-U looks at RJD  Asian Age2 months ago
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Business Standard

Maran case

The CBI on Saturday started interrogation of former Sun Network senior executive Sharad Kumar in the ‘illegal exchange’ case against Dayanidhi Maran.
 News Chennai Online2 months ago Two appear before CBI in Maran case  Asian Age2 months ago Illegal telephone exchange case: CBI questions Kalaignar TV MD Sharad Kumar  Business Standard2 months ago Kalaignar TV MD, former Sun TV official appear before CBI  Deccan Herald2 months ago
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Rebel JD-U legislators meet Sharad Yadav to vent resentment

The rebel legislators, including Poonam Devi, Gayanu Singh, Ravinder Rai, Neeraj Bablu and Anil Kumar, met the party president. PATNA: Nearly half a dozen rebel legislators of Bihar's ruling JD-U, expressing resentment over functioning of the party, Sunday ...
 Economic Times2 months ago
IBNLive India News

Nitish should quit to save face: JD(U) leader

Senior Janata Dal-United (JD-U) leader Shakuni Choudhary on Tuesday lambasted former Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar for his "ego-fuelled" politics, bringing major embarrassment to the party and undermining its recent coalition with the Rashtriya Janata Dal ...
 Deccan Herald2 days ago JD(U) leader tells Nitish to quit politics  Indian Express2 days ago Lalu Prasad's Nitish Kumar 'feet' comment churns row  Financial Express3 days ago If Nitish Kumar has any self-respect, he should quit politics: Senior JD(U) leader on Lalu's comment  IBNLive India News3 days ago
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Jagran Post

"JD-U-RJD bond for the people"

Patna, 18 August: JD-U president Sharad Yadav today justified his party's alliance with Lalu Prasad's RJD for the assembly bypoll in Bihar after two decades saying it has nothing to do with individuals but has been forged for the sake of people to ...
 The Statesman3 days ago Sharad Yadav justifies JDU's alliance with RJD  Jagran Post4 days ago Not just polls, JDU-RJD alliance for a 'larger' purpose: Sharad Yadav  Deccan Chronicle4 days ago JD(U)-RJD Alliance for a Purpose : Sharad  Outlook India4 days ago
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Calcutta Telegraph

Alliance between JD(U), Congress and RJD will continue in future too: Sharad Yadav

HAJIPUR(BIHAR): With the continuity of alliance between JD(U), RJD and Congress beyond the Assembly by-elections hotly debated, JD(U) President Sharad Yadav today said it would make a long journey and the Bihar experience would serve as an example ...
 Economic Times3 days ago Alliance will continue in future too: Sharad  ZeeNews.com3 days ago Sharad seal on tie-up till 2015 polls  Calcutta Telegraph3 days ago JD(U)-RJD-Congress alliance will continue even after Assembly by-elections: Sharad Yadav  DNA India3 days ago
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India Today

Bihar by-polls: Nitish-Lalu alliance faces rejuvenated BJP

Union minister Ravi Shankar Prasad along with former deputy CM of Bihar Sushil Kumar Modi and others on the last day of campaign in Chhapra on Tuesday. Prestige is at stake for both the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance and the newly formed grand ...
 India Today2 days ago
NDTV

Mulayam Singh Yadav's Sarcastic Take on Teaming Up With Mayawati

File pic: Mulayam Singh Yadav New Delhi : Sharing the stage with old rival Nitish Kumar this week, Bihar politician Lalu Prasad Yadav suggested that Uttar Pradesh arch-enemies Mulayam Singh Yadav and Mayawati should also come together against ...
 NDTV1 week ago 'Can Join Hands With Mayawati If Lalu Yadav Mediates', Quips Mulayam  NDTV1 week ago Can Join Hands With Mayawati If Lalu Yadav Mediates, Quips Mulayam  International Reporter1 week ago Nitish is destroying himself and Bihar's developmental politics  Economic Times1 week ago
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