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Friday , December 17 , 2010
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HIV patient ‘harassed’ by in-laws
At 22, she has been pushed to fight for her right, her respect and most of all, for her survival....  | Read.. 
Tainted cops’ conviction on slow track
The conviction of criminals in the state has gone on fast track but the judiciary is yet to act swiftly against the tain...  | Read.. 
Grooming tag for ragging horror
The seniors call it “personality development class”, the college authorities term it an offence, and for victims, the ac...  | Read.. 
More districts under female condom plan
Chahe hum, Chahe Tum, Surakasha rahe har dam (Either you or me, protection is must) — with this theme, female con...  | Read.. 
Special exercise for men who count
A three-day training programme for master trainers, who would be part of the census data collection team, started at the...  | Read.. 
Bihar Military Police jawans pay tribute to martyrs of 1971 India-Bangladesh War on Vijay Diwas at Kargil roundabout in Patna on Thursday. Picture by Deepak Kumar
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Parents seek help on kids’ issues
A common problem of small children is that they do not interact too much with outsiders. Even t...  | Read.. 
Bid to wipe out polio in 2 years
Bihar aims to get rid of polio completely within the next two years. This was announced by Biha...  | Read.. 
Steps to discipline teachers
At least 87 per cent schoolchildren in Bihar have faced corporal punis...  | Read.. 
Ministers’ riches online
Come New Year, the Bihar ministers’ assets will be on public domain. ...  | Read.. 
WB loan seal turns Nitish messiah of Kosi
The Bihar cabinet’s decision to accept the World Bank’s offer of $220 mill...  | Read.. 
Common route to growth
The Bihar cabinet’s approval to the common minimum programme (CMP) is ...  | Read.. 
Assets case hearing ends
The arguments on behalf of the petitioners challenging the constitutio...  | Read.. 
Industrial policy in queue in Bihar
Bihar government would soon come up with a new industrial policy that ...  | Read.. 
Red card to pupils without I-cards
A day after blood spilled in a classroom, Patna College authorities to...  | Read.. 
Brrr, capital shivers in early winter chill
As the temperature takes a nosedive, the mothballs have been removed and t...  | Read.. 
Rights workshop to educate district officers
State public relations department minister Brishan Patel today urged d...  | Read.. 
Court fines registrar
Bihar Information Commission has slapped a fine of Rs 25,000 on the re...  | Read.. 
Trained guides for tourists
Tourists visiting the state would soon have trained guides recruited t...  | Read.. 
Swindle slur on officials
A scam involving embezzlement of funds for state-sponsored welfare sc...  | Read.. 
FM boom spells doom for regional bulletins
Evenings in East Champaran villages are not the same anymore....  | Read.. 
Sales of cook books zoom
No one can match up to Sanjeev Kapoor’s cook books. When the question ...  | Read.. 
Animation fever still mild in capital
Animation is no longer an alien word to the people of the city. The pa...  | Read.. 
Women’s College comes alive with carol strains
Christmas — the season of cakes, carols and merriment — is in town. ...  | Read.. 
Debut of solar lights in MU colleges
The decision of Magadh University to install solar lights and constitute f...  | Read.. 
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