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Saturday , November 17 , 2012
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Thank ‘gourd’, the price has fallen

A day before Nahay Khay, bottle gourd (lauki) — an essential item on the menu for Chhath devotees — was considerably cheaper compared to previous years. ...   | Read..

Corridor to connect north with south

The road construction department has embarked on a 274-km-long corridor project connecting Rajauli in Nawada district in the south with a point near Bhitta Mor in Sitamarhi along India-Nepal border in the north....   | Read..

Cement gets real boost

Consumption of cement in the state has gone up by around 60 per cent in the past six years following a boom in the construction sector....   | Read..

Security scheme to shield shrine

A foolproof plan has been chalked out to ensure security of the Mahabodhi Mahavihara. ...   | Read..

Buddha calling foreign tourists

Buddha sells more than anything in Bihar....   | Read..
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Old website for new power firms
The five companies formed after the restructuring of the erstwhile Bihar State Electricity Board a...  | Read.. 
Leap of stature in Pak odyssey
There’s a bequest chief minister Nitish Kumar has carried back home from Pakistan that escaped the ...  | Read.. 
Man who can’t die mightier than Son of Sardaar
The two big releases this Diwali, Jab Tak Hai Jaan and Son of Sar...  | Read.. 
IIT pact with US varsity
Students and faculty members of Indian Institute of Technology-Patna would ...  | Read.. 
Delhi scurries for blessings
Leaders cutting across party lines in the national capital are leaving...  | Read.. 
Rohtas fort skip irks party worker
A JD(U) woman leader felt that chief minister Nitish Kumar should have...  | Read.. 
Brownie point bid over Pak trip
Whenever a Bihar leader visits Pakistan, there is a flutter in the sta...  | Read.. 

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