The Telegraph
Sunday , May 18 , 2014

High on win, BJP thanks voters

A huge poster of the BJP, thanking the state’s electorate for Friday’s historic mandate, summed up the mood in Patna on Saturday — happiness for the victorious, introspection for the defeated....   | Read..

Regional trio possible allies

federalism and a loose but large “non-Congress” coalition....   | Read..

Options over, time for ‘drama’

Ram Vilas Paswan on Saturday shrugged off the resignation of chief minister Nitish Kumar as a “drama” and claimed that there was internal rebellion in the JD(U) and he was left with no option....   | Read..

Eyes on Raj Bhavan for next step

The focus has shifted to Raj Bhavan from 1 Aney Marg on Saturday evening soon after Nitish Kumar resigned from the chief minister’s post....   | Read..

Kushwahas find leader in Upendra

The question over who leads the second largest block among OBCs in Bihar — the Kushwahas — appears to have been answered....   | Read..
BJP leader Shatrughan Sinha receives a bouquet from wife Poonam as he celebrates his win in the Lok Sabha polls in Patna on Saturday. (PTI)
Political circles weigh cause of stepdown
Nitish Kumar’s sudden resignation has caught not only his rivals by surprise. It has surprised even ...  | Read.. 
RJD tie-up discontent within Congress
The Congress’ performance in Bihar — it won two of 12 Lok Sabha seats it contested — has set off mu...  | Read.. 
ISC result suspense
Class XII examinees waiting for their ISC results, had a nerve-racking time...  | Read.. 
Nota gets more votes
Around 60 lakh voters opted for the “None of the Above” (Nota) option, more...  | Read..