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Indian politician and Current Chief Minister of Bihar

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Nitish Kumar: Indian politician and Current Chief Minister of Bihar
Nitish Kumar is an Indian politician. He is the present Chief Minister of Bihar, a state in India, since 2017 and has served in that role on five previous occasions. He has also served as a minister in the Union Government of India.

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AES deaths: RJD divided over demand for Nitish Kumar's resignation

RJD fails to adopt uniform strategy.
DNA - Published

Upendra Kushwaha holds Nitish Kumar responsible for encephalitis deaths, demands resignation

Nearly 140 children have lost their lives due to Acute Encephalitis Syndrome (AES) outbreak in the state since June 1, of which 127 died in Muzaffarpur district alone.
DNA - Published Also reported by •IndiaTimes

JD(U) ministers join Yoga Day celebrations in Patna, Nitish conspicuous by absence

Governor Lalji Tandon led International Yoga Day celebrations in the Bihar capital on Friday with leaders of the BJP and the JD(U) taking part in the event, but Chief Minister Nitish Kumar remained..
DNA - Published Also reported by •IndiaTimes

Union minister Ram Vilas Paswan files nomination papers for Rajya Sabha bypoll

Union minister and Lok Janshakti Party chief Ram Vilas Paswan Friday filed his nomination papers for the Rajya Sabha bypoll in Bihar in presence of chief minister Nitish Kumar.
IndiaTimes - Published

Amid no shows, PM Modi meets party chiefs on simultaneous polls

PM Modi had invited the heads of all political parties which have at least one member either in the Lok Sabha or the Rajya Sabha. Sharad Pawar, Sitaram Yechury, D Raja, Nitish Kumar, Sukhbir Singh..
IndiaTimes - Published

Protests greet Nitish Kumar at Bihar hospital; encephalitis toll at 107

As "brain fever" killed four more children, pushing the toll to 107 on Tuesday, Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar faced angry protests from parents and attendants of children undergoing treatment at a..
IndiaTimes - Published

Protests greet Nitish during Muzaffarpur hospital visit; AES toll climbs to 111

CM Nitish Kumar, Deputy CM Sushil Modi and local MLA Suresh Sharma met the patients before holding an impromptu review meeting with the hospital authorities and other state Health Department officials.
DNA - Published Also reported by •IndiaTimes

Encephalitis death of children in Bihar: Petition in SC

The plea also sought direction to the Centre for providing all necessary medical equipment and other supports for effective treatment of children suffering from the epidemic disease. The petition was..
IndiaTimes - Published

Bihar: Encephalitis death toll mounts to 108, locals protest against Nitish outside Muzaffarpur hospital

As many as 89 children have died in Sri Krishna Medical College and Hospital (SKMCH), while 19 others lost their lives in Kejriwal Hospital.
DNA - Published

Bihar CM Nitish Kumar visits AES hit Muzaffarpur, toll rises to 107

Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar on Tuesday visited Muzaffarpur district, where 107 children have died due to Acute Encephalitis Syndrome (AES) so far. The chief minister will hold a review meeting..
IndiaTimes - Published

Encephalitis: BJP leader accuses Nitish-led Bihar govt for not taking adequate preventive measures


IndiaTimes - Published

Nitish Kumar calls internal meeting with health department seniors

Nitish Kumar recently announced an ex-gratia of Rs 4 lakh each to the families of the children, who died due to AES in Muzaffarpur. He had also given directions to the Health Department, district..
IndiaTimes - Published

Encephalitis kills 93 in Muzaffarpur; Harsh Vardhan promises all help, Nitish announces Rs 4 lakh ex-gratia

According to a government statement, 69 children died at the SKMCH, while 14 died at the Kejriwal Hospital in Muzaffarpur due to suspected cases of AES.
DNA - Published

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