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28 July 2017 Current Events Nitish Kumar wins the confidence vote test in Bihar's politics of Power

The recent comradeship of Nitish Kumar with BJP sailed through the tough times as the Bihar Assembly casted 131 votes in favor of Nitish Kumar, thereby proving the majority in the state Legislative Assembly. The recent comradeship of the BJP and Nitish Kumar has added another color to the already complex politics of power in Bihar. On the occasion Nitish said, “Secularism cant mask corruption.” He further added that “ These are arrogant people. Political parties get a mandate in elections to serve the people. The people are fed-up.”


Flood creates havoc in the state of Gujrat, Rajasthan and Assam

Heavy Rainfall in the states of Gujrat, Rajasthan and Assam has been creating havoc for the people. It has broken past records and there is no ray of hope to this endless rainfall. At least 600 people have been killed in these floods, 24,811 cattle heads have perished, 63,215 houses/huts damaged and about 2.8 lakh hectare of crop reportedly affected due to heavy rains, floods and landslides. As many as 20 states have been affected by heavy rainfall and floods during the current monsoon season. There is no respite to people as according to the weatherman, Ahmedabad would witness very heavy to heavy rainfall for the next two days.


Nitish Kumar wins the confidence vote test in Bihar's politics of Power

The recent comradeship of Nitish Kumar with BJP sailed through the tough times as the Bihar Assembly casted 131 votes in favor of Nitish Kumar, thereby proving the majority in the state Legislative Assembly. The recent comradeship of the BJP and Nitish Kumar has added another color to the already complex politics of power in Bihar. On the occasion Nitish said, “Secularism cant mask corruption.” He further added that “ These are arrogant people. Political parties get a mandate in elections to serve the people. The people are fed-up.”

Flood creates havoc in the state of Gujrat, Rajasthan and Assam

Heavy Rainfall in the states of Gujrat, Rajasthan and Assam has been creating havoc for the people. It has broken past records and there is no ray of hope to this endless rainfall. At least 600 people have been killed in these floods, 24,811 cattle heads have perished, 63,215 houses/huts damaged and about 2.8 lakh hectare of crop reportedly affected due to heavy rains, floods and landslides. As many as 20 states have been affected by heavy rainfall and floods during the current monsoon season. There is no respite to people as according to the weatherman, Ahmedabad would witness very heavy to heavy rainfall for the next two days.




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