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-BSF - Pak Rangers are meeting on a DG level in Delhi to discuss recent ceasefire and other border violations.

-Indian secret services reveals that Pakistan can conspire by mixing poisons in Indian lakes. Security tightens.

General Elections: Rahul meets Bihar Cong leaders, no decision on tie-up

Rahul Gandhi on Friday held discussions with Congress leaders from Bihar on the Lok Sabha elections early next year but there was no decision on the issue of alliances in the crucial state.

Congress demands all-party meet on special status for Bihar

Congress in Bihar on Thursday accused CM Nitish Kumar of "not being serious" to acquire special category status for the state.

FIR against Bihar Congress chief for poll code violation

An FIR has been lodged against Bihar
Congress president Chaudhary Mehboob Ali Kaiser for allegedly
violating the model code of conduct ahead of the assembly

Sacked JD(U) minister, two others join Bihar Congress

The Bihar Congress Sunday received a
boost ahead of the Assembly Elections with a former excise
minister in the Nitish Kumar government, Jamshed Ashraf joining
the party.

Bihar Cong to present `chargesheet` against Nitish govt

Charging the NDA government of failing on all fronts, the Congress today said that the party would soon come out with a `chargesheet` against the present dispensation.

Vora downplays dissension in Bihar Congress

AICC Treasurer Motilal Vora
downplayed reports of resignations by some party leaders from
the new executive committee set up by state unit president
Anil Sharma, apparently to protest Sharma`s leadership.

No differences with Bihar Cong chief: Tytler

Ruling out reports of differences with Bihar Congress chief Anil Sharma, the AICC in-charge Jagdish Tytler Wednesday said the party stood `united` to take on the ruling NDA and RJD-LJP combine in the coming assembly polls.

Bihar Congress list stolen, leaked: Tytler

Under attack for the Bihar Cong
list mentioning castes against the names of its office
bearers, AICC in-charge Jagdish Tytler sought to wriggle
out of the controversy claiming the internal document
was "stolen" and leaked.