Amid Maoists` threats, elaborate security arrangements are being made to ensure free and fair polls during the sixth and final phase of Lok Sabha elections in the six parliamentary constituencies in Bihar on May 12.
Ramesh Dhudy used to drive an old
Maruti 800 car. An affluent paper merchant, he could afford a
bigger car but the fear of criminals forced him to suppress his
desire for a full 15 years. But that is now history.
With Bihar going to polls tomorrow, Sonia Gandhi on Wednesday asked Congress workers to put up a united fight while her party stepped up attack on CM Nitish Kumar, accusing him of following "double-faced" policy on secularism.
RJD on Thursday released its first list of 65 candidates for the 92 constituencies going to poll in the first two phases in Bihar on October 21 and October 24, retaining its stalwarts like Abdul Bari Siddiqui and Ramchandra Purve.