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Tuesday , November 27 , 2012
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Shop cap, tax to curb liquor sale

The state government has decided not to increase the number of liquor shops in the state to build a healthy Bihar. ...   | Read..

Expert tips for jumbo care at Sonepur fair

Wildlife Trust of India (WTI) will organise the annual health check-up camp at Sonepur cattle fair, starting Tuesday, to ensure welfare of elephants....   | Read..

CM biggest Bihar brand

Chief minister Nitish Kumar remains the brightest face of Bihar. The state, as of now, cannot think of anybody beyond him as its tourism brand ambassador....   | Read..

Students’ election heats up varsity campus weather

Winter seems to have stopped outside the Patna University campus, where things are steadily heating up for the students’ union elections next month....   | Read..

Safety ring for holy dip eludes devotees

The death of 17 people during Chhath last week could hardly be an eye-opener for the administration....   | Read..
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Body riddle in kidnap cry
The recovery of a decomposed body in the Jawaharlal Road area this morning triggered speculatio...  | Read.. 
Sharp skills to boost memory
The prospect of cracking a dozen or so arithmetic problems in a few minutes can cause many to break ...  | Read.. 
Culture & cattle trade to merge at carnival
This year, Asia’s largest cattle fair would not be confined to mere animal ...  | Read.. 
HC seeks health service report
Patna High Court on Monday sought a report from the government on the state...  | Read.. 
Holy for gods, not for man
What’s not for fit for earthly consumption is good enough to be offered fo...  | Read.. 
CM switches sides in ally’s CBI battle
Chief minister Nitish Kumar has come out in support of the appointment of ...  | Read.. 
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