The Telegraph
Sunday , February 2 , 2014
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TV blackout worry

Come February 15, cable television (TV) viewers in the city must brace for a blackout on their television sets if they have not filled the subscriber application form as mandated by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai). ...   | Read..

Son shines in maiden meet

Tejaswi Yadavís maiden news meet today would definitely put a smile on dad Lalu Prasadís face. ...   | Read..

Clash cloud on land deal

The farmer-government conflict over land acquisition, even for two educational institutes, resurfaced on a day officials of the Bihar Industrial Area Development Authority (Biada) went to Bihta for physical possession of 211 acres it had already...   | Read..

Westerly pulls down mercury

The city today recorded the lowest maximum temperature of the season at 16.4įC. ...   | Read..

PMC go-ahead for sewerage network

The city is set to get a pipeline-based sewage network that would ensure door-to-door connectivity for collection and di...   | Read..
Chief minister Nitish Kumar addresses a Sankalp Rally in Lalu Prasadís bastion, Gopalganj, on Saturday. Nitish trained his guns on the BJP saying he parted with the party to uphold secularism and asserted that there was no question of going back to the NDA. Telegraph picture
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