RJD, JD-U in unholy alliance due to selfish motives: Ram Kripal Yadav

Hitting out at RJD and JD(U), BJP leader Ram Kripal Yadav, who left Lalu Prasad`s party just before the Lok Sabha election, on Friday claimed that the "bitter opponents" had forged an "unholy" alliance in Bihar because of "selfish" motives.

Ram Kripal Yadav slams RJD support to Bihar govt

BJP leader Ram Kripal Yadav on Friday slammed RJD`s support to the JD(U) government in Bihar, saying both have come together for "selfish" reasons and the alliance was "immoral".

Misa calls him `chacha`; for Lalu, Ram Kripal is Modi`s brother

Ram Kripal Yadav is `chacha` for his daughter Misa Bharti but for Lalu Prasad Yadav`s his one time closest aide is now brother of Narendra Modi.

Ram Kripal Yadav joins BJP, calls Narendra Modi `brother`

Rebel Rashtriya Janata Dal leader Ram Kripal Yadav, who is keen to contest from the Patliputra Lok Sabha seat in Bihar against RJD chief Lalu Prasad`s daughter Misa Bharti, joined the BJP.

Former RJD leader Ram Kripal Yadav to join BJP?

Former RJD leader Ram Kripal Yadav may join the BJP and contest from Patliputra seat in Bihar in the upcoming Lok Sabha polls, according to reports on Monday.

RJD declares first list of candidates for LS polls; Ram Kripal Yadav quits party?

RJD declared the names of 23 candidates for upcoming 2014 General Elections on Thursday.

RJD to support Lokpal Bill

The Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) Monday said it has changed its stand on the Lokpal Bill and will now support the anti-graft legislation.

RJD to be flexible towards seat adjustment: Ram Kripal Yadav

Admitting that its rigid stand of not sharing more than four seats with Congress in 2009 was a wrong move, the RJD on Saturday hinted at taking a flexible approach towards seat adjustments with secular parties to fight BJP in the upcoming Lok Sabha polls, a senior party leader said here.

Work for secular government in 2014: Lalu Prasad

RJD will work to install a secular government in New Delhi following the 2014 polls, Lalu Prasad said here Sunday after he was re-elected as the party chief for the eighth consecutive term.