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Tuesday , April 8 , 2014
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Ink on finger, health discount in hand

This election season, sign of the indelible ink on fingers can get residents 25 per cent discount on doctors’ fees. ...   | Read..

Polite pill for docs

Doctors have got a taste of bureaucratic medicine — health secretary Deepak Kumar on Monday asked them to be polite to patients....   | Read..

Poll duty for patients

The district election office has assigned poll duty to government employees suffering from tuberculosis and heart diseases among other ailments....   | Read..

In rugged south, social hills dare Modi caravan

The Brahmyoni, Pretsheela and Murli hills seem to tell a story about which way the wind is blowing along the Patna-Gaya-Aurangabad stretch....   | Read..

Lifeline for many now gasps for blood infusion

Give Mohania blood, give it freedom from dependence on Varanasi every time a resident needs a blood infusion....   | Read..
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Arts study on varsity radar
The Central University of Bihar would launch at least three courses in the new academic session, sta...  | Read.. 
Plea to clip voting hours
The state administration has requested the Election Commission of India to reschedule polling h...  | Read.. 
Economy promises divide RJD & Dal socialism
The warring cousins of the state politics have similar post-election p...  | Read.. 

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