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Ritual shift steals fair sheen

Footfall from the West, Southeast and the Mediterranean at Sonepur Mela is on the wane, as the visitors want to see the ritualistic bathing of elephants back in the fixture of the largest cattle fair of Asia. ...   | Read..
 

Criminals pose as cops, rob trader

Criminals in the state capital have mastered a unique way of operation — pose as policemen and strike unsuspecting people, mostly traders. ...   | Read..
 

City to host Buddhist conclave

The capital will from January 7 host a three-day World Buddhist Conference, which had so far been a feature either in Bodhgaya or Sarnath (Uttar Pradesh). ...   | Read..
 

Rollback request for rural job pay mode

A number of trade unions and non-government organisations, working for Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act schemes in villages, have questioned the state government’s decision to make payment through bank accounts in the absen...   | Read..
 
 

Nominations take fast lane in poll run-up

Independent and students’ body candidates swarmed the Patna University premises today, the second day of filing nominati...   | Read..
 
Criminals pose as cops, rob trader
 
 
Left scoffs at direct cash transfer plan
Left parties today opposed the Centre’s direct cash transfer programme, arguing that decision...  | Read.. 
 
 
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