All stories by ASMITA BIHARI
Bihar 2020 will decide Lalu clan's political futureRediff.com22 Oct 2020
he news reports of the response that Tejaswi has been generating at his election rallies must definitely put a smile on his father's face, observes Asmita Bihari.
The sorry plight of BiharisRediff.com15 Oct 2020
Left behind after elections will be the Biharis with their stagnant conditions of poor education, poor health infrastructure, poverty, unemployment, division of society and the aftermath of coronavirus. What will remain is the Bihari tenacity, observes Asmita Bihari.
Bihar poll: A pot boiler of a movieRediff.com6 Oct 2020
Who will walk away into the sunset at the end? The reigning superstar who has given three mega blockbusters in 2005, 2010 and 2015? Or the fresh faced son of a former star trying to make a mark for himself, asks Asmita Bihari.
Game of Thrones in BiharRediff.com1 Oct 2020
Anyone can make tall promises and it is very easy to accept these promises if they guarantee even an iota of betterment for you, for your existence. Even if these new promises and assurances are accepted with a pinch of salt and discount the actual execution to 50%, even then the Bihari voter will be content, observes Asmita Bihari.
Bridge or no bridge, Biharis always reach their destinationRediff.com22 Sep 2020
If you are a Bihari, you come with built-in patience and acceptance, points out Asmita Bihari.
Bihari Buddhi can checkmate anyoneRediff.com15 Sep 2020
Biharis can confidently decide whether they want to follow Badlav Se Bhadiya Bharosa (Trust is Better than Change) or Badaliye Sarkar, Badaliye Bihar (Change the Government, Change Bihar), asserts Asmita Bihari.
Will Chanakya opt for Chirag?Rediff.com11 Sep 2020
Chirag Paswan is young. He is articulate. He has no political baggage. All he needs is the blessing of Chanakya, observes Asmita Bihari.
Time to up your game, Nitish babuRediff.com7 Sep 2020
'Your achievements are many, Nitish babu, but it needs a sustained campaign to remind us, the good people of Bihar, what we may have forgotten,' points out Asmita Bihari.