Speaker rues disruption of business in Bihar Legislative Assembly

The final session of the 15th Legislative Assembly in Bihar ended on Friday after Speaker Uday Narayan Chaudhary adjourned the House sine die with a rider that not a single question could be taken up during the five day-long session.

Bihar Speaker suspends rebel JD(U) MLA, revokes later

The Bihar Legislative Assembly Speaker Uday Narayan Chaudhary Wednesday suspended a rebel JD(U) MLA for the entire Monsoon Session for creating ruckus in the House along with BJP members, but later revoked the order.

Bihar Assembly adjourned till 2 pm

 The Bihar assembly was on Tuesday adjourned till 2 pm following an uproar by the opposition, which demanded a debate on deteriorating the law and order situation in the state.

BJP Bihar MLAs protest in House, say Speaker not allowing to raise issues

BJP members on Wednesday wore black bands on their mouths in the Assembly alleging that they were not being allowed to raise various issues in the House by Speaker Uday Narayan Chaudhary.

Bihar Speaker authorised to decide on seating arrangement for Feb 20 trust vote

The all-party meet, convened by Bihar Legislative Assembly Speaker Uday Narayan Chaudhary today to discuss seating arrangement during the February 20 confidence vote on Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi, authorised him to take relevant decision on the issue, amid walkout by BJP.

Bihar crisis: Speaker calls all-party meet for February 20 trust vote

Bihar Assembly Speaker Uday Narayan Chaudhary has called a meeting of all political parties on Monday to discuss the seating arrangements and other details for February 20.

Bihar Assembly Speaker calls meeting for arrangements during trust vote

Bihar Assembly Speaker Uday Narayan Chaudhary on Saturday called a meeting of leaders of all political parties on Monday to discuss arrangements for the February-20 confidence vote.

Bihar Assembly Speaker recognises Nitish as new JD(U) Legislature Party leader

 In fast paced development, Bihar Assembly Speaker Uday Narayan Chaudhary on Sunday recognised Nitish Kumar as the new leader of JD(U) Legislature Party and Jitan Ram Manjhi as a former head.

Patna HC restores Assembly membership of 4 JD(U) MLAs

The Patna High Court on Tuesday restored Assembly membership of 4 Janata Dal (United) MLAs, who were were disqualified last month from the Bihar Legislative Assembly for anti-party activities.

Four rebel JD(U) MLAs disqualified from Bihar Assembly

Four JD(U) MLAs were disqualified today from the Bihar Legislative Assembly for anti-party activities, the Assembly secretary in-charge Hareram Mukhiya said.

Bihar Legislature adjourned sine die

Patna: Both Houses of the Bihar Legislature were adjourned sine die Friday as its 178th session concluded today amidst speeches by Bihar Legislative Assembly Speaker Uday Narayan Chaudhary and Bihar Legislative Council Chairman Awadhesh Narayan Singh.

BJP creates ruckus in both houses of Bihar legislature

Opposition BJP members on Friday created ruckus in both Houses of the Bihar legislature following rejection of their adjournment motion on various issues, prompting the presiding officers of the respective Houses to adjourn the session till post lunch.

Decision to terminate membership of JD(U) rebels deferred

The decision on termination of the membership of seven JD(U) dissident MLAs on charges of anti-party activities was deferred till July 19 with Bihar Speaker Uday Narayan Chaudhary asking four of them to submit written replies by July 16.

Bihar Assembly Speaker taking help of Naxals?

An intelligence report has suggested that Bihar Assembly Speaker Uday Narayan Chaudhary, who is contesting Lok Sabha elections, has allegedly entered into a pact with the Naxals to get support in the polls, a charge vehemently denied by the JD(U) leader.

Effigies of Nitish, Speaker burnt by RJD workers

RJD workers burned effigies Nitish Kumar and Speaker Uday Narayan Chaudhary in Bihar to protest against the latter`s decision to grant recognition to 13 party MLAs as a separate group four days ago.