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Tuesday , February 12 , 2013
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Ta price for high living

A dream home in the skies with all modern facilities is on offer for citizens aspiring slices of good life in the city....   | Read..

Red-hunters open tap to win hearts

If not with roses, gun-toting CRPF jawans manning the Maoist areas are trying to win the people over with basic necessities like water....   | Read..

Car lifters in police net

Three members of an inter-state gang of vehicle lifters active in the heart of the city were arrested on Monday. ...   | Read..

CPI plea to repeal mining ban statute

Representatives of labourers and businessmen engaged in the mining sector on Monday demanded withdrawal of the governmentís ban on issuing fresh licences for stone quarrying. ...   | Read..

Law cradle vows gala fest next year

The curtains came down on Jeevatva, the four-day annual fest of Chanakya National Law University (CNLU) on Monday with the pr...   | Read..
A Belhar villager receives medicines from a CRPF jawan at the camp organised on Sunday. Picture by Amit Kumar
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Four-fold security irks durbar visitors
Security personnel on duty at Nitish Kumarís janata durbar on Monday were on their toes to prevent a...  | Read.. 
Nitish eases pressure over PM
Nitish Kumar feels naming the NDA prime ministerial candidate before next yearís general electi...  | Read.. 
Food security letter to Singh
Chief minister Nitish Kumar today sought to position himself as the ch...  | Read.. 
Five from state die in Kumbh stampede
At least five persons from Bihar were among the 36 devotees who lost t...  | Read.. 
Nitish barb over VCs
The controversy over the appointment of vice-chancellors was rekindle...  | Read.. 
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