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Five soldiers killed in the line of duty -- giving up their today for our tomorrow -- but what they got from the politicians was crass insensitivity. A loud public outcry followed after which the Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar Government promised action, the two Ministers of his Government offered meek apologies. But for the Nitish Government that seems enough as he withdraws the notice against the Ministers. Narendra Singh, Agriculture Minister, Bihar said, "The BJP does not have any work and this is not an important issue." But the state opposition is not buying Nitish's easy hand with the Ministers accusing him of poor judgement. Rajiv Rudy, General Secretary, BJP said, "By withdrawing the notice against the Ministers it seems that Nitish wants to be seen closer to Pakistan than the patriots and the martyrs who died." Nitish has however stayed away from taking on the BJP -- while the Janata Dal (United) insists that a public apology is enough. Sharad Yadav, leader, JD (U), said, "The letter had come and I had seen the letter. He had apologised, and hence made up my mind to withdraw the enquiry." Clearly for Nitish -- the focus is now on keeping his Government working after losing the support of his coalition partner--and for that he needs the support of all his MLAs.
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Barbra Streisand made her first late night appearance since the 1960's when she took over Monday's "Tonight Show." Streisand was the only guest booked for the entire episode, and she celebrated the release of her new album of duets, by singing "duets" with Jimmy Fallon dressed as Elvis, Blake Shelton, and Michael Bublé. Jimmy welcomed Babs back to 30 Rock by insisting she sit behind his desk for her interview. Did you enjoy Streisand's appearance on "The Tonight Show?" Tweet our host, Michael Callahan, @MCa