Patna: With Bharatiya Janata Party's loss in the Delhi elections that followed similar fate in Jharkhand a few weeks ago, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar is increasingly looking nervous about his own prospect in the upcoming Assembly polls as his own two candidates in Delhi lost their deposit after losing to AAP candidates by huge margins.
New Delhi: With the Bharatiya Janata Party's crushing defeat in the Delhi Assembly polls in which Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) won 62 of the 70 seats rejecting the policies of Narendra Modi and Amit Shah, former Janata Dal-U national vice president and poll strategist Prashant Kishor congratulated the Delhi voters thanking them for 'protecting the soul of India'.
Patna: Hoping to revive the fortunes of the party his father founded nearly a quarter century ago, his son and leader of the opposition in Bihar Assembly Tejaswi Yadav on Sunday said that unlike the party's reputation of being a coalition of mainly Muslims and Yadavs (M-Y), Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) was in fact the party of A to Z.
Patna: Janata Dal-U spokesperson Sanjay Singh on Sunday chose to take the low road in taking a shot at Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader Tejaswi Yadav saying those who couldn't even pass Class 9 were naturally interested in the stories of cat and mouse as was evident recently when Yadav mocked the Nitish government of blaming everything on rats.
Patna: Six days after the Patna Municipal Corporation (PMC) daily workers went on strike leaving Patna to turn into a gargantuan landfill while turning the state capital into a stink city, the district administration claimed the strike was finally over and clean-up work had already begun in most areas.
Patna: Just days after Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, in an attempt to disparage the Kejriwal government in Delhi, bragged about Bihar being better than the nation's capital, the entire city Patna, an already filthy city by most standards, has turned into a giant landfill as the ongoing strike of the Patna Municipal Corporation (PMC) entered into its fourth day making life of Patna'ites even more miserable.