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Thursday , June 9 , 2011
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Fine up in smoke, puff at ease
May 20:Puff in public, pay a fine....  | Read.. 
Industry thumbs up to new policy
State’s prominent industry bodies — Bihar Chamber of Commerce (BCC) and Bihar Industries Association (BIA) — have welcom...  | Read.. 
Rights panel pay-up order to Bihar
The Bihar State Human Rights Commission (BSHRC) today directed the state government to pay a compensation of Rs 2 lakh t...  | Read.. 
Call to regulate power loss
The Bihar Electricity Regulatory Commission (Berc), which recently announced a hike of 19 per cent in power tariff with ...  | Read.. 
BJP MP cries genocide
BJP MP and its national spokesperson Rajiv Pratap Rudy alleged that the Congress hatched a plan of genocide of more than...  | Read.. 
A devotee offers prayers at Mahabodhi Mahavira in Bodhgaya on Wednesday. Picture by Suman
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Tainted IAS officer to return ‘home’
K. Senthil Kumar, a 1996 batch Bihar cadre IAS officer currently on central deputation, is set ...  | Read.. 
Curtains fall on youths’ strokes
The fruitful outcome of the eight-day Madhubani painting workshop was on exhibit for all on the...  | Read.. 
Ravi skips cine award
Bhojpuri star Ravi Kissen, who has acted in more than 200 films, did n...  | Read.. 
Students dance their way to books
Young students of the city have taken to the phrase — all work and no ...  | Read.. 
Emphasis on a fruitful growth in Litchipuram Utsav
Development of litchi in the region received a further boost on the se...  | Read.. 
Fees and donations turn away hopefuls
For those of you who are fresh out of school or college, an education ...  | Read.. 
Catfish farming on state menu
Pangasius fish lovers in the state have something to cheer about. The ...  | Read.. 
Drain address for flood victims’ saviours
They are the saviours of millions in times of crisis. But now they ar...  | Read.. 
Whispers put off minister
Whispers seemed to be the order of the day at the weekly janata darbar...  | Read.. 
Degree duel over dual varsity name
The degrees of unani, ayurveda and homoeopathic graduates of Bhim Rao ...  | Read..
Poor avenues push youths outside
Bihar has seen around 11 per cent growth under the leadership of chief...  | Read.. 
Off-track courses hit with students
Patna University has been witnessing a mad rush, as the last date for ...  | Read.. 
Cops ‘signal’ glitch upshot
The “confusion” over traffic signals in the state capital does not se...  | Read.. 
Municipal workers withdraw strike call
Patna Municipal Corporation (PMC) employees today decided to withdraw ...  | Read.. 
Result delay too pricey
At the time when newcomers are collecting admission forms for undergra...  | Read.. 
Clotheshorse bike thief rides his way behind bars
Modern-day thieves often take to gizmos to evade the long arm of the ...  | Read.. 
Cloudy morning, rainy noon
After a good night’s sleep, the residents of the city woke up to over...  | Read.. 
Master takes Hazare route for students’ rights
A Patna University (PU) teacher took a leaf out of the books of Anna Hazar...  | Read.. 
Plane visibility rider stays
For one more week, the visibility factor will play a defining role in ...  | Read.. 
Poser on review
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) chairman, Vineet Joshi...  | Read.. 
Keventer food park in Bihar courtyard
Keventer Group, the Calcutta-based Rs 1,800-crore business conglomer...  | Read.. 
Gorge on food, forget bill
Eat now, pay later....  | Read.. 
Industry feels heat of Forbesganj firing
Industrialists believe that the Forbesganj violence which left four pe...  | Read.. 
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