Political developments in India's heartland
Let's talk about Assam first.
The Himanta Biswa Sarma government is working hard to improve things for the indigenous people.
They've made an important agreement with the ULFA to bring lasting peace in the North East.
They're also making changes to give more power to the indigenous people in politics and society, ensuring fair representation and protecting their land rights.
They're even conducting a groundbreaking survey to help indigenous communities.
Now, onto Bihar. Nitish Kumar is back in charge of JD(U), and he's eyeing a bigger role in national politics.
He's gearing up for the upcoming elections and working to maintain his influence.
However, he's facing challenges from other leaders who want more control, and his allies in Bihar are getting restless.
It's a bit of a tricky situation for him as he navigates his next steps.
Both these stories are from Jaideep Mazumdar. They are insights beyond headlines. Read on.
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