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With less than a year to go for the Lok Sabha polls and at a time when Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has upped the ante with respect to the JD(U)-BJP alliance, Kumar Anshuman reports BJP chief Amit Shah will go to Bihar on 11 July, to discuss seat-sharing among other issues.
After pulling out of the Congress-RJD-JD(U) mahagatbandhan (grand alliance) 10 months ago and re-joining the BJP-led NDA, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar now seems to be unable to figure out what role he can fit into. Kalyani Shankar lays down six options in front of Nitish Kumar as the country heads to polls in 2019.
Read Priyamvada Grover’s detailed ground report from Barmer in Rajasthan on the rape and murder of a seven-year-old Dalit girl by a Muslim neighbour and how the girl’s family is pushing for unity in the village as politicians try to hijack the incident.
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