Bulganin


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Bulganin

Nikolai Aleksandrovich . 1895--1975, Soviet statesman and military leader; chairman of the council of ministers (1955--58)
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Other big names who joined the SSF include Dawood Ali, Ajay Kumar Bulganin, Guddi Chaudhary, all sitting lawmakers, Raghunath Jha, Ram Prakash Mahto, Basawan Bhagat, former ministers, Abu Qaisar who unsuccessfully contested the law Lok Sabha polls while many others are expected to join it in the next few days.
In another move, RJD legislator Ajay Kumar Bulganin joined the Jan Adhikar Party floated by Madhepura MP Pappu Yadav after he came to know that Lalu had given ticket to another candidate.
did Khrushchev replace Bulganin as premier of the |Soviet Union?
Shortly afterwards internal fighting for power in the Soviet Union started: in mid-March 1953, Malenkov resigned from the post of Secretary of the party and Khrushchev was promoted to the position of First Secretary of the party; in the summer of 1953, Beria was arrested and then killed; in February 1955, Malenkov resigned from the post of Prime Minister, too, Nikolai Bulganin being appointed in his place.
1958: Nikita Khrushchev ousted Prime Minister Nikolai Bulganin to take power in the USSR.
Ten months earlier Commander Lionel 'Buster' Crabb had disappeared from the same quayside during a state visit by Soviet Premier Nikolai Bulganin and Communist Party leader Nikita Khrushchev.
In 1955 Eisenhower proposed "mutual aerial observation" to Soviet premier Nikolai Bulganin, but the Soviets immediately rejected this proposal.
A collective leadership followed, consisting of Khrushchev, Molotov, and Bulganin, but triumvirates have a way of not lasting; in the internal power struggle, Zhukov backed Khrushchev.
1945: The last of more than 1,000 V2 rockets fired at Britain landed at Orpington, Kent: the launch sites were then captured by advancing Allies 1958: Nikita Khrushchev ousted prime minister Nikolai Bulganin to take power in the USSR.
In February 1955, Khrushchev maneuvered his ally Nikolai Bulganin into the post of prime minister and demoted Malenkov.
A few days earlier, Soviet leader Nikolai Bulganin proposed sending his troops to the Middle East to restore peace to the region.
Behind the great security measures which were taken during the 10-day visit of Marshal Bulganin and Mr Kruschev, below, lies a story of an assassination plot.