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       Harivansh Narayan Singh elected as Rajya Sabha Deputy Chairman
 
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NEW DELHI: NDA Candidate Harivansh Narayan Singh has been elected as Rajya Sabha Deputy Chairman with 125 votes, UPA's BK Hariprasad got 105 votes. Harivansh Narayan Singh (born 30 June 1956) is a politician from Janata Dal (United) party, is a Member of the Parliament of India representing Bihar in the Rajya Sabha, the upper house of the Parliament. He is graduated from Banaras Hindu University and resides at Ranchi. He is elected for the term April 2014-April-2020. YSRCP, PDP and AAP abstained the voting in the House. Besides NDA partners of Shiv Sena and Akali Dal the, BJP alliance got support from BJD, AIADMK and TRS, while the opposition alliance led by Congress managed to get support from TMC, DMK, Left parties, SP, BSP, NCP and TDP.

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EC announces dates for Assembly polls in five states  
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J-K school lacks basic infrastructure  
IMD issues low-pressure alert over Arabian sea  
4.5-magnitude earthquake hits India-Nepal border  
Former CM Manjhi demands President's rule in Bihar  
Odisha BJP wants Modi to contest from Puri  
J&K Police foil bovine smuggling bid in Kathua  
Journalism course for Sabarmati jail inmates  
Bring petrol, diesel under GST: Rahul to PM  
Shah challenges Cong to open debate on development  
India, Russia sign pact to implement new civil nuclear projects  
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