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Bihar elections to be held in three phases; counting on November 10

The ruling NDA in the politically-crucial state will face a challenge from the RJD-Congress alliance

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar addresses a virtual rally at the JD-U office, in Patna..
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Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar addresses a virtual rally at the JD-U office, in Patna..

Press Trust of India New Delhi
Voting for Bihar assembly elections will be held in three phases on October 28, November 3 and November 7 in one of the biggest elections globally during the Covid-19 pandemic, followed by counting of votes on November 10, the Election Commission announced on Friday.
 
The ruling NDA in the politically-crucial state will face a challenge from the RJD-Congress alliance, though uncertainty still prevails over the composition of the two main political blocks and about a number of smaller parties as to which way they will go in this battle of alliances.
 
While the BJP-JD(U) alliance and the Congress-RJD combine are

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First Published: Sep 25 2020 | 11:48 PM IST

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