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Thursday , December 27 , 2012
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Anything but bus stand

From makeshift markets to temporary homes, one can find everything but public vehicles to board at the city bus stands. ...   | Read..

Rainfall cloud over New Year

Rain could dampen the New Year celebrations of residents for the third consecutive year even as the barometer might record a temperature similar to January 1, 2012, which was around 11°C. ...   | Read..

Nitish to go beyond boundary

Chief minister Nitish Kumar would go beyond the boundary of Bihar at the National Development Council (NDC) in New Delhi tomorrow. He would fight for the cause of other backward states as well....   | Read..

Liquor trader assets seizure

The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has initiated the process to attach property worth Rs 90 crore of Gaya-based liquor baron Mantu Yadav, a relative of a legislator of the RJD. ...   | Read..

Absence of Dal leaders sparks split rumours

The JD(U) is no Jayalalithaa, at least in the possible realignment with Narendra Modi....   | Read..
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Modi salute to Sangh for help
Deputy chief minister Sushil Kumar Modi today said the contribution of the Rashtriya Swayamseva...  | Read.. 
Film & fun at open theatre
Ice Age would dawn upon revellers planning a trip to Rajdhani Vatika this New Year....  | Read.. 
Varsity deprives students’ union of rulebook
Almost a fortnight after the Patna University Students’ Union (Pusu) electi...  | Read.. 
Slow probe barb at cops
The parents of 13-year-old Nobha Chakarvarty, who was allegedly kidnapped f...  | Read.. 
Permanent base eludes personnel fighting rebels
A battalion of the Central Reserve Police Force is scattered across the tow...  | Read.. 
Threat for ransom
A dreaded criminal and a student leader on Tuesday night allegedly threaten...  | Read.. 
House hope hinges on jacks
The residents of several flood-prone villages in Naugachia and adjoining ...  | Read.. 
Flames for tender minds
Vigyan Jyot, a vision of former President APJ Abdul Kalam for popularising ...  | Read.. 
Students discuss rape punishment
Keeping the Delhi gang rape incident in the backdrop, Dexterity Global, a n...  | Read.. 
Faster feats to future fame
They came, they ran and they conquered the heart of the capital for their s...  | Read.. 
Chant no-park mantra to escape chill
The strong northerly wind has driven lovebirds, otherwise seen roaming acro...  | Read.. 
Disc jockey beats in tiger abode
New Year revellers in the state can welcome 2013 like never before — dancin...  | Read.. 
Book to revive lost art form
Manjusha art is on the verge of extinction as very few people appear to be ...  | Read.. 
Basket full of New Year gifts
Come 2013, Bihar would have haats (fairs) on the lines of the popula...  | Read.. 
Change proposal for cattle fairs
Sonepur Mela — one of the largest animal fairs in Asia — may soon have no c...  | Read.. 
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