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Nitish Keeps the Congress Interested | Bihar

As the BJP flexes its muscle, the wily Bihar CM looks at keeping his 2020 options open.

When Rahul Gandhi visited Patna on July 6 in connection with a court case, he made an unscheduled stopover at a restaurant where he ordered an onion dosa and coffee. So happens that both the restaurant and the dish are known to be well-loved by the Bihar chief minister as well. The coincidence

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