'Grand Alliance' at the centre: Lalu Prasad Yadav's birthday wish

No mall-going girls for my sons Ex CM

No mall-going girls for my sons Ex CM

"He has contributed a lot to Bihar's politics and the society", Nitish said. In recent times, reports stated that all is not well with the RJD and the JD (U)-the ruling alliance in Bihar-after allegations of corruption surfaced against Lalu and his family members.

Lalu Prasad Yadav, who said Tej Pratap's wife could be "from anywhere in the country", said he would not insist on being given dowry for his sons' wedding. She should be an expert in managing household works, respect elders and should be very religious.

A "grand alliance" at the centre was Rashtriya Janata Dal leader Lalu Prasad's birthday wish today as greetings poured in for the former Bihar chief minister.

Tejashwi has said that he will abide by his parent's decision and will marry the lady whom he considers best for the family.

Sources close to the Yadav family said it is possible that the bride for Tej Pratap could well be from a "political Yadav family in Uttar Pradesh".

The latest expose came on the eve of the RJD national president's 70 th birthday, to be celebrated on Sunday.

(From right to left) Tejashwi Yadav with his mother and former Bihar CM Rabri Devi and elder brother Tejpratap Yadav.

The Chief Minister said that his government has chose to honour Bihar's two great sons, Veer Kunwar Singh and Jai Prakash Narayan, popularly known as JP, by naming the Ara-Chapra bridge after the former ahead of 160th anniversary of celebrations of his participation in the 1857 rebellion against the British rulers.

"I did not show those photographs to my sons as I myself did not like them", Rabri Devi added.