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The former cricketer said that the he will work under the leadership of Mamata Banerjee and start working on the field.
Ahead of Rajya Sabha polls, Karnataka govt faces internal dissent, but Congress wary of fishing in troubled waters
The Karnataka government, which already has its hands full with the COVID-19 crisis, is now having to deal with the possibility of dissidence from some BJP MLAs.
BJP ally JD(U) will not join the new Narendra Modi government, its spokesperson Pavan Varma said, in what appears to be a sign of differences with the saffron party over the number of ministerial berths offered to it.
Giriraj Singh sulks over denial of Nawada Lok Sabha ticket despite asking Bihar BJP chief ‘200 times’, may contest from Begusarai
BJP leader and union minister Giriraj Singh was apparently left sulking after the Nawada seat, which he represents, went to NDA ally LJP ahead of the Lok Sabha election
Manipur fears return of insurgency as opposition to citizenship bill grows among natives dismayed at being outnumbered
The Citizenship Amendment Bill 2019 is fermenting alienation and mistrust in the North East and might infuse a fresh lease of life to insurgency in Manipur
JD(U) hits out at Upendra Kushwaha over his remarks targetting Nitish Kumar, terms comments 'prejudiced and provocative'
At a function organized in Patna on Saturday Nitish Kumar had said - in the context of seat sharing issue among NDA constituents having become a thorny one, "please do not lower the level of discourse so much.
Daily Bulletin: RS dy chairman election to be tight contest, Maharashtra bandh, SC verdict on BCCI constitution; the day's top stories
A keen contest is on the cards on Thursday between NDA nominee Harivansh and joint Opposition candidate BK Hariprasad for the post of Rajya Sabha deputy chairman, with both sides claiming majority support.
Rajya Sabha deputy chairman election: YSR Congress announces decision to vote against NDA candidate Harivansh Narayan Singh
YSR Congress leader V Vijaysai Reddy announced that the party will vote against JD-U MP Harivansh Narayan Singh, who is the BJP-led NDA's candidate,
Maharashtra Legislative Council elections: BJP set to become largest party in House after biennial legislature polls
BJP is likely to win five seats out of 11 in elections for Upper House of state legislature thus, becoming the largest party in Maharashtra Legislative Council
Nitish Kumar and Mamata Banerjee's reactions to riots show difference between good governance and politics
The variant response of two governments to communal riots during and after the Ram Navami ‘festivities’ are revealing.
A day after Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said Bihar Assembly elections will be held as scheduled in 2020, Opposition leader Tejashwi Yadav on Monday said his party was also not in favour of midterm polls.
Kerala JD(U) leader MP Veerendra Kumar resigns from RS after Sharad Yadav, Ali Anwar's disqualification
Disgruntled Janata Dal(United) leader MP Veerendra Kumar on Wednesday resigned from the Rajya Sabha, days after rebel JD (U) leaders Sharad Yadav and Ali Anwar were disqualified from the Upper House.
Top Congress leaders on Friday discussed possible candidates for the upcoming Gujarat Assembly elections which the party said would be declared in a day or two.
Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar on Monday taunted RJD chief Lalu Prasad, saying his prediction regarding the former's "samadhi" (grave) that it will come up in the Nalanda district, has made him happy.
A Janata Dal (United) delegation will visit the Election Commission on Monday, seeking a quick decision on the claim of the Sharad Yadav faction over the party's symbol.
Amid talks of strain in JD(U)-BJP ties, Nitish Kumar remains non-committal, says 'people are free to draw conclusions'
Bihar CM Nitish Kumar sidestepped questions about strain in his relations with Narendra Modi after the latter rejected his plea for central university status for Patna University
Bihar Congress faces massive internal rebellion: 26 of 27 MLAs shun newly appointed working president
The Congress in Bihar is faced with a huge internal rebellion as nearly all of its MLAs skipped the function at which the newly appointed working president in the state assumed charge.
Once friends, and now his arch foe — rebel JD-U leader Sharad Yadav and RJD chief Lalu Prasad Yadav— took pot shots at Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar on Wednesday, accusing his government of massive corruption after a portion of an irrigation canal in Bhagalpur district collapsed hours before its inauguration.
The Nitish Kumar faction of the Janata Dal-United (JD-U) on Tuesday welcomed Tamil Nadu Assembly speaker P Dhanapals decision a day earlier to disqualify 18 MLAs.
Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar on Monday said he supports Prime Minister Narendra Modi's stand on holding simultaneous elections to Parliament and state Assemblies.