Rajiv Ranjan Singh takes oath as cabinet minister of Bihar

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Nitish Kumar opens Bihar's longest flyover

Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Tuesday inaugurated the longest four-lane flyover of Bihar here, saying it will provide people much needed relief from traffic congestion.

Rabri, JD(U) minister file petitions for mutual compromise

In what may give credence to the buzz about merger of the RJD and the ruling JD(U), former Bihar chief minister Rabri Devi and state minister Rajiv Ranjan Singh on Monday filed petitions in a local court seeking closure of a case filed by him against the RJD leader.

Bihar blames Centre for dilapidated condition of bridge

A senior Bihar minister on Wednesday said that the Centre will be "squarely responsible" if road connectivity were to snap at any point of time due to dilapidated condition of the Mahatma Gandhi setu on river Ganga, said to be lifeline between north and south Bihar.

JD(U) minister slams BJP leader Sushil Modi

The ongoing war of words between bitter foes the BJP and JD(U) escalated on Sunday with Bihar minister Rajiv Ranjan Singh alias Lalan Singh slamming Sushil Kumar Modi for 'financial mismanagement' during his days as the state finance minister.

Election petition against JD(U) MP dismissed

The Patna High Court rejected a petition challenging the election of JD(U) MP Rajiv Ranjan Singh alias Lallan Singh from Munger Lok Sabha seat in the 2009 General Elections.

Proceedings against three JD(U) MPs withdrawn

Parliamentary proceedings against three JD(U) MPs of Lok Sabha facing charges under anti-defection law have been withdrawn by Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar following a request by the party.