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Knew that Grand Alliance (Maha Gathbandhan) won’t last long: Nitish Kumar

The break of the grand alliance in Bihar ended on a sour note with the young Yadav brothers of Bihar constantly stirring up some...

Sharad Yadav meets Lalu Prasad in Ranchi jail

Ousted Janata Dal (United) leader Sharad Yadav, along with Jharkhand Vikas Morcha (Prajatantrik) chief Babulal Marandi and his party MLA Pradeep Yadav, met convicted...

Sharad Yadav to Form His Own Party, Submits Application Before EC

  New Delhi: Sharad Yadav's close associate and former Rajya Sabha member Ali Anwar told News 18 on Wednesday evening that their faction had applied...

Sharad Yadav’s rebellion to get a new name

In a fresh turn of events, the JD (U) leader and former Rajya Sabha member Sharad Yadav, has announced the formation of his own...

Winter session: both the houses adjourned till 18th December

The winter session of the Parliament, started today & is scheduled to end on 5 Jan. After the 1st day both houses were adjourned till Monday.

Sharad Yadav moves to Delhi High Court against his disqualification

Former Janata Dal (United) President Sharad Yadav on Tuesday moved the Delhi High Court against his disqualification from the Rajya Sabha. Sharad Yadav and...

Venkaiah Naidu disqualifies rebel JD(U) MPs from the Rajya Sabha

The Rajya Sabha Chairman, Venkaiah Naidu, on Monday, disqualified rebel JD(U) leader Sharad Yadav and Ali Anwar as members of Rajya Sabha.

Sharad Yadav given 10 days to appear before the VP &...

Venkaiah Naidu has given Sharad Yadav 10 more days to personally offer his defense with regard to his disqualification from the Rajya Sabha.

Congress alleges Nitish Kumar of playing political vendetta

Opposition parties questioned RS secretariat’s notices to dissident JDU members Sharad Yadav & Ali Anwar to appear before the chairman

Venkaiah Naidu to decide on JD(U)’s rebel leaders fate in Parliament

Venkaiah Naidu will decide on the disqualification of Sharad Yadav and Ali Anwar rather than referring it to the Parliamentary Committee.