Nitish Kumar said he did not care for his adversaries making insulting comments against him and said different people have different yardsticks to measure respect and disrespect.
JD(U) leader Shivanand Tiwari said BJP will have to decide whether it wants to form a government or remain in the Opposition as the country is not in favour of a "fanatic face".
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has emphasised on speedy investigation into the cases related to corruption, carnage and kidnapping for ransom in the state.
Three persons were on Saturday detained for sending an SMS threatening to kill Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, following which his security was tightened.
Day in Pics: 3rd May
Showbiz World - May 3, 2015
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