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Manjhi praise for Union minister

Chief minister Jitan Ram Manjhi once again indicated he was nobody's man while JDU chief Sharad Yadav tried to broker peace between him and his predecessor Nitish Kumar. At a function on Sunday, Manjhi heaped praise on Union agriculture minister Radha Mohan ... The Telegraph, 11 hours ago
Deccan Chronicle

Bihar chief minister Jitan Ram Manjhi refutes differences with Nitish Kumar

PATNA: With JD(U) chief Sharad Yadav holding a closed door meeting with Bihar chief minister and state party chief to stem the deepening crisis in the party, Jitan Ram Manjhi today denied speculations about 'differences' with senior party leader ...
 Economic Times1 day ago Manjhi refutes differences with Nitish  Press Trust of India1 day ago Sharad Yadav writes to EC in defence of Kejriwal  Deccan Herald3 days ago Sharad Yadav defends Arvind Kejriwal's 'take money' remark  Deccan Chronicle3 days ago
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Indian Express

Sharad Yadav holds closed door meeting with Bihar CM Jitan Ram Manjhi

Sharad Yadav holds closed door meeting with Bihar CM Jitan Ram Manjhi Saturday, 24 January 2015 - 6:32pm IST | Place: Patna | Agency: PTI With crisis deepening in JD(U) in the wake of war of words between supporters of Nitish Kumar and Chief Minister Jitan ...
 DNA1 day ago Sharad Yadav holds meeting with Manjhi  Press Trust of India1 day ago Sharad Yadav holds meeting with Jitan Ram Manjhi  MENAFN1 day ago Sharad Yadav holds meeting with CM  The Echo Of India1 day ago
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Calcutta Telegraph

Battle for Karpoori Thakur's legacy on in Bihar

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi, JD (U) president Sharad Yadav and former CM Nitish Kumar at a function to mark the birth anniversary of late Karpoori Thakur in Patna on Saturday. Photo: Ranjeet Kumar ...
 The Hindu1 day ago Sadhu treat leaves JDU with bad taste  Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago Quick! What do these three ministers have in common?  Rediff.com2 months ago Manjhi will split JDU, won't quit  The Sunday Guardian1 day ago
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Deccan Chronicle

Groupism in JD(U) adds fuel to fire

ance by RJD supremo Lalu Prasad, former Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and JD(U) president Sharad Yadav said that there was absolutely no move to remove Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi. The groupism in JD(U) goes on unabated and pro-Nitish and ...
 New Delhi Pioneer3 days ago Janata Parivar plans joint protest against Ordinances on land, mines  New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago Mulayam Yadav meets JD(U), RJD leaders, Nitish Kumar says merger on  Deccan Chronicle2 weeks ago Mulayam meets JD(U), RJD leaders; Nitish says merger on track  Jagran Post2 weeks ago
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India Today

Janata parivar merger only on national level: Sharad Yadav

JD(U) president Sharad Yadav on Thursday said the Janata parivar merger will only be on the national level and it won't involve any changes in equation in the state level. Sharad Yadav, after meeting Nitish Kumar at his residence on Thursday, said ...
 India Today1 week ago Janata Parivar merger to be formalised in Delhi  The Hindu1 week ago Cracks in grand merger plan?  TimesNow.tv1 week ago Lalu Prasad Yadav against phased merger  Asian Age1 week ago
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Millennium Post

Sharad Yadav slams NDA ordinances

Sharad Yadav. (Photo: PTI/File) The JD(U) on Sunday hit out at the NDA government at the Centre for a spate of ordinances promulgated in the recent days. JD(U) chief Sharad Yadav claimed that the Centre was allowing exploitation of natural resources through ...
 Asian Age2 weeks ago NDA ordinances for enabling 'blatant exploitation' of  Press Trust of India2 weeks ago Sharad Yadav attacks govt for taking ordinance route  Millennium Post2 weeks ago NDA ordinances for blatant exploitation of resources: Yadav  Nagaland Post2 weeks ago
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Jitan Ram Manjhi dismisses reports about his removal

Patna: JD (U) president Sharad Yadav and former chief minister Nitish Kumar on Saturday categorically said Jitan Ram Manjhi will continue as Bihar chief minister. Two days back speculations were rife about Manjhi's uncertain future. Manjhi ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago JD (U) frowns at Jitan Ram Manjhi for visit to Sadhu Yadav  Times of India1 week ago
NDTV

Right merger noises, no serious business

JDU chief Sharad Yadav with his RJD counterpart Lalu Prasad during an event to celebrate Makar Sankranti festival in Patna on Wednesday. (PTI) Patna, Jan. 14: They made all the right noises about the proposed Janata Parivar merger, but none would ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago Leaders make a beeline at Lalu Yadav's Makar Sankranti feast  ZeeNews.com1 week ago Leaders Gather at Lalu Prasad's Makar Sankranti Feast in Bihar  NDTV1 week ago JD(U), RJD Separate Feasts for Sankranti  New Indian Express1 week ago
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IndiaTV News

PTI - JANATA - Nitish Kumar and Sharad Yadav meet Lalu

JANATA - Nitish Kumar and Sharad Yadav meet Lalu Contributed by NAMPA / PTI. New Delhi, Jan 9 (PTI) Attempting a merger of the two parties as a prelude to larger Janata Parivar unity, RJD chief Lalu Prasad and JD(U) leader Nitish Kumar today ...
 Namibia Press Agency2 weeks ago Photos :: Lucknow: Mulayam, Sushil Kumar at the inauguration of a fitness club  24Dunia1 week ago Nitish Kumar, Sharad Yadav meet Lalu Prasad  Zee News2 weeks ago Nitish Kumar And Sharad Yadav Meet Lalu to Discuss Merger  Outlook2 weeks ago
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