Nitish holds up PM flag - Calcutta Telegraph

Patna, July 31: Nitish Kumar, who once avoided being even photographed with Narendra Modi, today became his lead flag-bearer for 2019, hailing the Prime Minister as "unchallengeable". " Modiji ka muqabla karne ki kisi me kshamta vagara ab hai nahin ...

Unfortunate, says Sharad - Calcutta Telegraph

New Delhi, July 31: Sharad Yadav today broke his silence and described Nitish Kumar's decision to realign with the BJP as "very unfortunate" and felt people's mandate had been violated, but stopped short of clarifying whether he would remain with the ...

Nobody can beat Modi in 2019 Lok Sabha polls, says Nitish - Deccan Herald

Nitish stated that had he continued in the Grand Alliance any longer, he would have had to compromise with corruption, something he could not tolerate. PTI file photo. ×. Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Monday tore into RJD boss Lalu Prasad ...

Nitish tells BJP not to placate Sharad Yadav - Deccan Herald

Sources said Kumar has now told the BJP leadership that if Yadav wants to take a separate way he can do that but they need not humour him so much. PTI file photo. ×. With senior leader Sharad Yadav playing it hard, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has ...

Sharad Yadav disapproves of realignment as Lalu Prasad waits for him in wings - Economic Times

NEW DELHI: JDU Parliamentary Party leader Sharad Yadav has publicly disapproved of party chief Nitish Kumar's decision to realign with the BJP by asserting what the Bihar CM had done was “unfortunate” and unacceptable. Yadav's assertion came a day ...

Nitish Kumar's alignment with BJP improves his image, ends Bihar's long wait for Centre-state cooperation - Firstpost

Mincing no words, Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar on Monday asked whether "secularism means making properties and should only be used to win votes or serve people". Taking the ongoing debate on secularism and the scathing attack on him for quitting ...

'Nitish Kumar accused in murder case, does not deserve to be CM': RJD - Daijiworld.com

Patna, Jul 31: Ever since Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar pulled out from the grand alliance in Bihar with Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) and Congress, attacks on him by RJD leaders have escalated. On Monday, RJD leader Jagdanand Singh demanded Bihar ...