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Monday , June 2 , 2014
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Spiteful summer shorter

This summer was hotter and drier compared to the previous year but shorter....   | Read..

Sick jute mill closure scare

Production at RBHM Jute Mills, which indirectly employs 50,000 people, has dipped drastically in the past two months....   | Read..

Revenue challenge for power firm

The “empowerment” of rural areas and the noble bid by Bihar State Power Holding Company (BSPHC) to make sufficient power available across the state has brought with it a new challenge — generating revenue to make it a sustainable effort....   | Read..

Mukhiya takes Dudhar places

Three years ago, she was like any other woman, looking after household affairs. In 2014, she won accolades for herself and her panchayat in Maoist-affected Aurangabad district....   | Read..

Footpath fear on dodgy way

Boring Canal Road has one of the best footpaths in the city but like its other counterparts in Patna, rampant encroachment ha...   | Read..
All India Students’ Association members burn an effigy of education minister PK Shahi at the radio station crossing in Patna on Sunday. They are protesting ever since Bihar School Examination Board declared the Intermediate results on May 28. They have alleged discrepancies in evaluation of science and commerce papers. Picture by Ranjeet Kumar Dey
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Suspect recreates Hunkar blasts
Suspected Indian Mujahideen operative Haider Ali has started revealing the story behind the serial b...  | Read.. 
Public broom reply to Raj-era pond apathy
Sacrificing a late Sunday morning sleep, residents of Patna City took up brooms in their hands to cl...  | Read.. 
Rare surgery feat for docs
All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Patna, doctors have shown ...  | Read.. 

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