Prashant Kishor attacks Nitish Kumar for ties with BJP
Prashant Kishor, who opposes the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), says Nitish Kumar needs to spell out whether he is with the ideals of Mahatma Gandhi or those who support Godse.
NDA united, will win more than 200 seats: Nitish Kumar
Clearing all confusion created after his meeting with RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav, Nitis...
Liquor ban should be implemented in entire country, says Nitish Kumar
While speaking at Convention on “Liquor Free India” in Delhi, Chief Min...
NDA ally LJP unhappy with Nitish govt over migrant workers' situation
NDA partner Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) is unhappy with the way Nitish Kumar government addressed the hardhips faced by Bihari labourers spread across the country.
Have asked Centre to drop contentious clauses from NPR forms: Nitish Kumar
Replying to a debate on an adjournment motion moved by Leader of Opposition Tejashwi Yadav and others, Nitish Kumar told the assembly that there should be "no confusion" regarding how the NPR exercise would be carried out in the state and that nobody would be asked to furnish information like places of birth of parents.
Will work hard to form NDA govt under leadership of Nitish Kumar JP Nadda
Patna (Bihar), Feb 22 (ANI): BJP president JP Nadda, while addressing party workers in Patna, on Saturday said that from last 5 years Bihar ...
'Free to leave': Nitish Kumar to Pavan Varma amid rift over CAA
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 ...
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.
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 talks has no sense of politics and he sold Nitish Kumar in whole country to...
Bihar: RJD attacks rival JDU in ongoing poster war, mocks Nitish Kumar, Sushil Modi
Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) and Janata Dal United (JDU) are not holding back when it comes to take back to back jibes through hoardings and p...
'Janta malik hai': Nitish Kumar on Delhi poll results
"Janta malik hai," said Nitish Kumar with hands folded above his head and the ghost of a smile playing on his lips as he sauntered past a posse of journalists tossing queries on the sidelines of a function where he unveiled a statue of RSS ideologue Deen Dayal Upadhyay.
No NRC in Bihar, Nitish Kumar assures Prashant Kishor
Kishor is said to have maintained his position before Kumar that the CAB was unconstitutional. On Friday, another senior leader of the JD (U), RCP Singh had said Kishor should quit the party if he did not agree with the CMs stand on CAB. Kumar however rejected Kishor’s offer to resign on Saturday.
Nationwide NRC needless, has no justification: Nitish Kumar
Nitish Kumar said he did not think that nation-wide NRC was going to take place and that the prime minister had spoken clearly on that.
Bihar CM Nitish Kumar & Home Minister Amit Shah share dais at election rally, attack Kejriwal
Both leaders showed no hesitation in displaying their bonhomie through their well-crafted words. Nitish’s equation with Prime Minister Narendra Modi is well known. BJP and JDU leaders in Bihar believe that any decision regarding the two parties is taken after a discussion between Modi and Kumar.
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.
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