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Doctors claim bond breather
Junior doctors of medical college hospitals called off their strike on Tuesday after "assurance... | Read
RJD vows to 'expose' Sushil Modi today
The RJD on Tuesday vowed revenge for what it called "false exposés with malicious intent... | Read
Dive into the Mahatma, from South Africa to Munna Bhai
Chief minister Nitish Kumar on Tuesday inaugurated a three-day film festival on Mahatma Gandhi in th... | Read
Facelift for Maidan & hall
Food zones within a brightly lit Gandhi Maidan where vendors sell eatables only at an earmarked plac... | Read
Rajnath dare: Fight eye to eye
Union home minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday dared the Maoist outlaws to come out in the open and fa... | Read
Mob on rampage after death
A government employee died and another resident was injured during a clash between two groups in a B... | Read
Power meter reading delay worry
Delay in reading meters has left several power consumers in Patna worried. | Read
Work starts on hospital
Union labour and employment minister Bandaru Dattatreya laid the foundation stone of a 150-bed expan... | Read
Lawyer shot dead in house
Three criminals shot dead a lawyer of Munger civil court, Jaldhar Yadav, 50, at his residence on the... | Read

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