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Monday , December 3 , 2012
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Solar lamps for dark bridge

Solar lamps would soon show the path to motorists after dusk on Gandhi Setu, enveloped in darkness at night since it became a free zone on August 10. ...   | Read..

FDI favour

Union minister of state for agriculture and food processing industry Tariq Anwar today said the Centre’s decision to introduce foreign direct investment in retail would help the agro-based Bihar economy....   | Read..

Doing fine, miles away from politics

Wards of several leading politicians in Bihar are choosing vocations far from their parents’ at a time when scions of political heavyweights are making it big in politics across the country....   | Read..

Sessions court vacancy rejig

The state has decided to fill up 50 per cent posts of additional public prosecutors from the prosecution cadre. ...   | Read..

Cop firing after mob rage over girl murder

Police fired in the air to disperse a mob indulging in stone pelting and staging a blockade on a highway in protest against ...   | Read..
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Flesh trade taint on teacher
A teacher of a government middle school in Rohtas district was arrested on Sunday for allegedly run...  | Read.. 
Fog derails train schedule
Foggy conditions in north India have put brakes on trains leaving or reaching the state capital. ...  | Read.. 
Farmer strikes gold with flowers
The next time you see wedding venues bedecked in colourful gerberas, chance...  | Read.. 
Smart street work starts
Waterlogging and potholes on capital roads could soon be a rarity....  | Read.. 
Panel norms compel parties to back girls
Girls are the best bet for the most male-dominated political parties in the...  | Read.. 
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