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STATESMAN NEWS SERVICE
PATNA, Aug. 26. - The battle of the ballots has not begun, but in Bihar two major players are fighting it out in a different kind of battle. The ruling RJD and Janata Dal-United are busy making forays into each other's domains.
The latest phase in the game started last week with a prominent Muslim leader of the JD-U, Mr Anwarul Haq, joining the RJD - a big blow to the party that claims it will put an end to the Laloo-Rabri regime in the forthcoming election.
But the JD-U got its own back the very next day, bringing into its fold the state law minister, Mr Deonath Prasad, and two other senior RJD leaders, Mr Ramswaroop Prasad …