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CAA-NRC has focused attention on Nitish Kumar's 'idhar chala, main udhar chala; jaane kahan main kidhar chala' politics.
Janata Dal (United) leader Pavan Varma says his position in the party, which voted for new citizenship law, is untenable.
Union Minister and Begusarai MP, Giriraj Singh blamed the Bihar government this week for its inept handling of the floods and added people could not enjoy their puja festivities.
The Election Commission said JD(U) is officially recognised as a state party in Arunachal and Bihar after the party won 7 seats in the 60-member assembly in the north eastern state.
BJP & JD(U) to contest on equal number of seats for 2019 in Bihar, Nitish to be face of NDA
Nitish Kumar likely to ask Kishor to negotiate seat-sharing with BJP for 2019.
Sources say Amit Shah convinced Nitish Kumar to seek votes from Shiv Sena and BJD, without which they wouldn’t have won.
The JD(U) MP was elected to the Upper House in 2014 after serving as editor-in-chief of the prominent Hindi daily Prabhat Khabar.
The election for the Rajya Sabha deputy chairman is set to take place Thursday, and there is palpable tension in the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance. The BJP has decided to back the candidature of JD(U)'s Harivansh Singh over SAD's Naresh Gujral, whose name was also in contention. The Akali Dal leaders are scheduled to have a meeting Tuesday to discuss the matter. ThePrint asks- Rajya Sabha deputy chairman election: Has BJP upset its oldest ally SAD or is it appeasing JD(U)? Akali Dal leadership is perfectly in sync with BJP Vinay Sahasrabuddhe Rajya Sabha MP, BJP There is not an iota of doubt that the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) is going to win hands down in the Rajya Sabha deputy chairman elections. The entire NDA, all the parties included, is on board with us. Even the Akali leadership is perfectly in sync with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). These are just rumours about allies being upset....
Due to the growing tendency among our Hon’ble judges to remain in the limelight, the Supreme Court has started functioning more as a court of original jurisdiction rather than the court of last appeal.
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