Gaya: RJD, JD(U) and Congress Tuesday observed bandh in Gaya to protest against shopkeepers indulging in scuffle with RJD MLA Surendra Yadav in which he was injured after hot cooking oil was thrown at him.
Leaders of various political parties on Monday joined Delhi University teachers and students in a protest against the non-implementation of a 200-point reservation roster for the recruitment of teachers.
A political see-saw was witnessed in Bihar this year with BJP sweeping Lok Sabha elections which led to resignation of Nitish Kumar as Chief Minister midway but he hit back by realigning with friend-turned-foe Lalu Prasad to counter the saffron juggernaut.
Leaders of Janata Parivar and the Left Friday slammed the Centre's suggestion for a law against conversion, saying any such legislation will be against the Constitution and accused the ruling BJP of fuelling the controversy to detract people's attention from real issues.
New Delhi: Fireworks over the issue of alleged forced conversion of Muslims into Hinduism began as a united Opposition attempted to attack the Narendra Modi-led BJP government at the Centre when both Houses convened for normal business on Thursday.
Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi today cautioned against "haste" in restructuring Planning Commission and voiced anguish over the manner in which the meeting was called as if states have "merely to put their stamp" on the Centre's agenda.
A day after senior JD(U) leader Nitish Kumar vowed to stop Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 'Ashwamedh horse' in Bihar for next year's Assembly polls, the BJP on Sunday questioned the claim saying JD(U) has been leading a "tired" coalition government in the state for the past 18 months.
Buoyed by efforts to reunite 'Janata Parivar', senior JD (U) leader Nitish Kumar on Saturday appealed to the people to halt the 'Ashvamedh Horse' of the BJP when it comes to Bihar during the next assembly elections.
The axe fell on senior police officers of Bhojpur district with Superintendent of police and Sub Divisional Police Officer issued transfer order in the wake of alleged beating up two leaders of the JD(U)'s student wing for trying to climb the dais during former chief minister Nitish Kumar's 'Sampark yatra'.