Prashant Kishor sold Nitish Kumar to build his PR firm: JD(U)’s Ajay Alok
JD(U) leader Ajay Alok said political strategist Prashant Kishor ta...
NPR process starts Apr 1, Prez to be enrolled first
While starting the NPR process with the President is as per precedent, the Office of the ...
Supreme Court notice to Lalu Prasad Yadav on plea challenging bail
The probe agency has challenged the July 12, 2019, order passed by the hig...
Some people in Delhi more interested in publicity than work: Nitish Kumar
The JD(U) chief was here to campaign for party candidate S C L Gupta for the February 8 Delhi assembly polls. Gupta is contesting the elections from the Sangam Vihar constituency in south Delhi. The BJP is contesting the polls in Delhi in alliance with the JD(U) and the Lok Janshakti Party.
Deve Gowda's JDS may rope in Prashant Kishor to craft strategy on party revival
After facing setbacks in successive polls, the JD(S)leadership is planning to hold talks with poll strategist Prashant Kishor on plans to revive the party for the future, top party sources said on Thursday.
JD(U) expels Prashant Kishor, Pavan Varma for 'anti-party activities'
Janata Dal (U) leaders -- Prashant Kishor and Pavan K Varma -- were expelled from the party for allegedly indulging in 'anti-party activitie...
Thank you and God bless you for retaining CM post: Kishor to Nitish after suspension from JD(U)
Soon after his expulsion from JD(U), Prashant Kishor on Wednesday took a dig at party president Nitish Kumar, offering him his best wishes to "retain" the chief ministership of Bihar.
Nitish, PK in public spat as CM links him to Shah
After JDU supported the contentious Citizenship Amendment Act in both Houses of Parliament, Prashant Kishor had taken a diametrically opposite stand, Janata Dal (United) chief Nitish Kumar on Tuesday sought to distance himself from the vice-president and ‘poll strategist’.
JDU to hold orientation programme from January 22
Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, who heads the JDU, is likely to collect feedback from party leaders about his government’s performance during the programme, which will be held in Nalanda. JDU has invited district presidents, state unit functionaries, and party men in charge of district units and assembly constituencies to attend the programme.
Will decide next course of action depending on Nitish Kumar's reply: Pavan Varma
The former diplomat has drifted from the JD(U) over its support to the amended citizenship law and the national population register exercise, as he has often claimed that these measures along with the national citizenship register, which is on the BJP's agenda, are divisive for the country.
Delhi Elections: Nitish Kumar slams Pavan Varma for questioning JD(U)-BJP tie-up
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Thursday slammed party leader Pavan Varma for publicly questioning the JD(U)'s tie-up with the BJP for Delhi assembly elections, saying he was "free to go" wherever he likes.
Naveen Patnaik’s SECC demand leaves opposition unimpressed
After the Narendra Modi government had conferred constitutional status to the OBC commission, Pradhan had written to the CM asking for Odisha government to set up an OBC commission and offer quotas in educational institutes.
Odisha wants to conduct socio-economic caste enumeration with census
Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik said the state would move the Centre for a socio-economic caste enumeration to be done either by inserting suitable columns in the census format or by prescribing a separate format for a simultaneous enumeration of socially and educationally backward classes and other backward classes or castes.
Nine women along with Brajesh Thakur convicted in Muzzafarpur child abuse case
CBI said 34 girls at the Muzzafarpur shelter home aged between seven to seventeen years of age were sexually abused by the accused after they were sedated. Among those convicted are eight women employees of the shelter too, including one Madhu alias Shaista Parveen, who was also found guilty of the sexual abuse of children.
Delhi polls: Journey of next five years starts now, says Kejriwal before filing nomination
Ahead of filing his nomination for the Delhi assembly elections, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday said the journey for the next five years starts now and his aim is to beat corruption and take Delhi forward.
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