The Telegraph
Friday , December 25 , 2015
 
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WHERE THE JOLLY BELLS RING

You know it’s the Yuletide spirit when there’s a nip in the air and bells ring out from some of the oldest churches in the region   | Read..
 

City gets taste of home cooking, far from home

Residents are increasingly patronising dabbawalas for homely food, helping tiffin service providers emerge as serious contenders to their Mumbai and Calcutta counterparts.   | Read..
 

New Year hope for railway link

Come January and commuters' dependence on the dilapidated Gandhi Setu to reach north Bihar districts across the Ganga would be reduced.   | Read..
 

Celebrate and conserve

Loyola High School   | Read..
 

Handicraft fair draws happy takers

The 10-day long Saras Mela started at Gandhi Maidan on Thursday.   | Read..
 

Cops abandon lane drive

Police have set the perfect example of going overboard before realising their limitations and then withdrawing.   | Read..
 

Foreign homes gift for orphans

Five inmates of Ramanandi Hindu Anathalay (orphanage) at Nathnagar, who were abandoned by their biological parents, would soon be adopted by foreign couples.   | Read..
 

Maidan shuts for R-Day

Gandhi Maidan would not be let out for commercial purposes from the New Year till Republic Day.   | Read..
 

Patna round up

Season's greetings   | Read..
 
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