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Sunday, February 13, 2005
The battle for Bihar
In Bihar, Election 2004 was a straight, clearly defined ideological contest - between the RJD-led grand alliance and a much-depleted National Democratic Alliance. Election 2005 by contrast is a story of confusion, disarray and bitterness - on both si des. Vidya Subrahmaniam, who is touring the State, reports on the situation.
The race to be Chief Minister
"Kaun Banega Mukhya Mantri (who will become the Chief Minister)?" It is a question that pops up again and again in Patna's overactive political circles. Till eight months ago, the answer would have been obvious with the defeat of the ...
Bihar has captured Delhi, says Lalu
THE UNITED Progressive Alliance that swept the 14th general election is nowhere to be seen in Bihar, much to the delight of Rashtriya Janata Dal chief Lalu Prasad's legion of enemies. Popular wisdom in Patna in fact has it that the ...
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