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          Bihar Assembly Elections 2020 highlights: 70 years old but he's not relinquishing power, Tejashwi Yadav slams Nitish Kumar

          With the Bihar Assembly polls just days away, the BJP on Sunday accused the Congress of forming a “radical syndicate” along with the Jamaat-e-Islami and the Popular Front of India and supporting extremism in the country. The first phase of polls is on October 28.
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            How will there be 'vikas' if govt doesn't stay stable? asks Tejashwi Yadav

            70 years old but he's not relinquishing power. Was there any stability in govt in the last 4 years? How will there be 'vikas' if the govt doesn't stay stable? Even after having a majority they brought the BJP to power through crooked means: Tejashwi Yadav, RJD, at a rally in Gaya

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            High time to kill the demon-type Nitish government after Durga Puja: Tejashwi Yadav

            The Mahagatbandhan Chief Ministerial candidate Tejashwi Yadav on Sunday tore Nitish Kumar to shreds on the issue of “establishment of rule of law” and “good governance”.

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            Tejashwi Yadav made an understanding with Jamaat-e-Islami in Bihar: Naqvi

            We want to ask Tejashwi Yadav whether along with Congress, his party (RJD) has also made an understanding with Jamaat-e-Islami & other radical elements in Bihar. These are questions of national security, not politics: Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, Union Minority Minister & BJP leader

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            Our religion to serve people of Bihar: Nitish Kumar

            It is our religion to serve all the people of Bihar. Earlier, Bihar had a very bad situation, many incidents of crime took place, the rate of growth was not equal, we controlled everything. We have said from the beginning that we go on the path of development with justice: CM Nitish Kumar


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            BJP politicising Punjab rape due to Bihar polls: Congress

            The Congress on Saturday accused the BJP of showing insensitivity towards the Hoshiarpur rape victim and said the ruling party was politicising the issue due to Bihar elections.

            Congress leader Rahul Gandhi said that unlike the Uttar Pradesh government, the Punjab government was not denying that the girl was raped and it was not blocking justice.

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            Bihar polls: Fluid caste loyalties, alliances keep parties on their toes

            "Ye jaati hi hain jo jaati nahin hain,” (this caste thing refuses to go away) has been the frequent refrain of socialist leader Sharad Yadav, who often cited his own victory from Madhepura, a Yadav-dominated constituency, to buttress the point whenever he interacts with journalists in the national capital. For long, caste considerations have had a vice-like grip on politics in the states and even at the national level, both on the minds of politicians and political parties and on the minds of voters.

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            Bihar elections 2020: Patna, the BJP bastion

            Once upon a time, when India was ruled by the kings and emperors, when battles were commonplace and India knew prosperity, the erstwhile Pataliputra served as the capital of the empires. During the reigns of the Mauryas and the Guptas, it was the centre of trade, culture and politics in this country. For the likes of Ashoka the Great, Chandragupta Maurya and Samudragupta, it was an impenetrable fortress.

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