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Friday , June 6 , 2014
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Wi-Fi clouds key stretch

The cloud is here, at last....   | Read..

Mystery fever toll rises by 7

Seven more deaths of suspected acute encephalitis syndrome have been reported on Thursday in Muzaffarpur, taking the toll to 10 this year. ...   | Read..

Youth energy wins over blackout

Power cuts and economic constraints have failed to bog down Ara boy Manish Kumar Mishra, who scored 449 marks out of 500 in matriculation examination. The results were declared on Thursday....   | Read..

Urgent power upgrade call

Energy department secretary Sandeep Poundrik has directed Patna Electric Supply Undertaking officials to immediately install air break switches in all distribution transformers under its jurisdiction for smooth power supply. ...   | Read..

Doubts over power portfolio change

Bijendra Prasad Yadav, the man who played an instrumental role in strengthening the power supply system in Bihar, is suddenly...   | Read..
Students take part in a painting competition organised by Shivam Convent as part of its summer camp on Wednesday. It was the last of the summer camp a ...  | Read
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Sudden, fast exit surprises investors
She got hardly three months to make the state a favoured destination for investors. ...  | Read.. 
Hostel periphery on the boil
Tension erupted in Bhikhna Pahadi on Thursday morning after a large group o...  | Read.. 
Verses on nature to captivate life
The river ...  | Read.. 
Jewellery, cash stolen
Thieves broke into the house of one Shashi Shakher, a businessman, in the s...  | Read.. 
Cops convicted in fake encounter case
Eight persons, including former Shashtri Nagar police station house of...  | Read.. 
RJD withdraws support
Lalu Prasad today declared the withdrawal of his party’s support to th...  | Read.. 
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