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Eve-teasing triggers blame debate
Two girls walk down the street sporting a pair of jeans and “not-so provocative” tight tops. Two boys pass by singing “lal dupatta udd gaya re tera hawa ke jhoke se”. ...  | Read.. 
 
Plan to preserve holy sites
Chief minister Nitish Kumar and Bhutan Prime Minister Jigme Y. Thinley discussed issues concerning the development and p...  | Read.. 
 
Tech cradle crisis ends
The weeklong students’ agitation at Muzaffarpur Institute of Technology ended today with its principal Dhruv Prasad conv...  | Read.. 
 
Penalty battle on, MIT strike over
The indefinite hunger strike called by Patna University students owing allegiance to All India Students’ Federation (AIS...  | Read.. 
 
Hiccups for panel in poll run-up
The decision of the Election Commission of India (ECI) to engage teachers in the election duty has not received a welcom...  | Read.. 
 

HOLY JOURNEY: Women devotees participate in kalash yatra near a Jain temple in Gaya on Sunday. Picture by Suman

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Big brands look east for unexplored market
More and more national and international brands are setting up their stores in Patna....  | Read.. 
Man held for killing wife, baby
The Lakhisarai police recovered charred bodies of a housewife and her seven-month-old daughter ...  | Read.. 
 
Border pact with Nepal
India and Nepal signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for better ...  | Read.. 
Minto Hostel boarders on IAS mission
People from other states joke that UPSC are the first alphabets that c...  | Read.. 
Out of Kajra hills, cops yet to join duty
The ordeal of the three policemen taken hostage by Maoists after a fie...  | Read.. 
Rotary shows ways to give
“Buniyad”, an event on “value of giving”, was organised by the Rotary ...  | Read.. 
BJP finds fault in RJD
The BJP today claimed the RJD leaders were losing faith in their party...  | Read.. 
Meet on political change
Forum for Change of the System of Governance of India organised a semi...  | Read.. 
Seminar focus on advanced cure
Development in laparoscopic surgery has made it possible for surgeons ...  | Read.. 
Leaders address youth issues
Former MP and Janata Dal(United) leader Arun Kumar today stressed on ...  | Read.. 
Power camp for users
Bihar State Electricity Board (BSEB) will organise a single window cam...  | Read.. 
NGO pleads with parties to focus on development
International NGO Greenpeace has called upon political parties to focu...  | Read.. 
Arms unit raid nets 3
An illegal minigun factory was unearthed from Hazratganj police statio...  | Read.. 
Paper delay prompts test boycott
More than 500 candidates today boycotted the Railway Recruitment Board...  | Read.. 
Family faces Orkut horror
The state capital, which is charting a technology boom, has enlisted i...  | Read.. 
Sugar industry revival lolly tastes bitter
Once a vibrant place humming with a tinge of colonial culture and factory ...  | Read.. 
Sons desert fathers just for tickets
Family ties hardly matter in politics. Sons of political bigwigs in Bi...  | Read.. 
 
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