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  1. Over 30 dengue cases reported in BiharRead the original story

    31 min ago | Nerve News

    With more than 30 dengue cases reported in Bihar till Friday, the Patna Medical College and Hospital here has set up a separate ward for dengue patients and the state government has sounded an alert, officials said. Nearly half of the dengue patients detected so far are from Patna alone, Sambhusaran Singh, a health official said.

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  2. Mob attacks police after man's death in PatnaRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Mid-Day Mumbai

    Patna: Angry over the death of a young man during a police crackdown on gamblers, a mob Friday attacked police personnel and set their vehicles on fire in Bihar's East Champaran district. The mob also ransacked vehicles parked at the Hariya police station after the victim's family found him dead, a police official said.

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  3. Militants kill trooper in TripuraRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Newkerala.com

    The attack, the first terrorist killing of a security personnel since 2011, took place when National Liberation Front of Tripura guerrillas opened fire at a BSF patrol at Gandachara in northern Tripura Thursday night. "BSF jawan Biswas Kumar was killed on the spot," a police official said.

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  4. Why China does not want a boundary settlement with IndiaRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | Newkerala.com

    Recent transgressions by Chinese troops in the northern border areas of India and the protest note by the Chinese foreign office on road building in Arunachal Pradesh have again highlighted the fact that the Sino-Indian boundary issue remains to be settled, despite negotiations for nearly half a century. There is no other country in the world that has longer contiguous borders than China - a total of 22,000 km with 14 states .

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  5. Trade talks are crucial to normalising bilateral ties. Kashmir can wait.Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | The Indian Express

    Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has been to the UN and made his anti-India speech, which no one can object to. Reference to "disputed" Kashmir is not banned by a world community that routinely ignores it - this UN session was no different.

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  6. Children participation should be started from home: Nisha Jha Read the original story

    Tuesday Oct 21 | Merinews

    October 21, 2014 was the one of the happiest days in the history of Bihar for the children of Bihar and other Indian states due to the event of state level workshop for children with child rights activists of different NGOs, which was jointly organized by UNICEF Bihar and Bihar Bal Bhawan Kilkari at Hotel Chankya,Patna. The topic of the workshop was "Children's Participation: Progress and Potential".

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  7. Bihar ministers shun computer trainingRead the original story

    20 hrs ago | Newkerala.com

    Only one-third of Bihar ministers Wednesday turned up for a day long training programme in computers, tablets and smart phones to ensure high tech-governance in the state, officials said. "Only 10 of the 31 ministers have received training in computer and tablet operation.

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  8. Khattar's views can't be dismissed as those of an ageing crankRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Rediff.com

    Delivering good governance is one thing and influencing culture is quite another, and this is where apprehensions about Haryana's next chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar arise, says Kanika Datta Few denizens of Gurgaon will view the departure of Bhupinder Singh Hooda of the Congress with regret. It is worth wondering, however, whether those who work and/or live in that city should welcome his replacement, Manohar Lal Khattar of the Bharatiya Janata Party.

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  9. Indian PM's face sells fireworksRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Newsday

    Fireworks bearing the face of the Indian prime minister have been flying off the shelves for Diwali celebrations, it's reported. The Narendra Modi firework, sold in a packet adorned with an "imposing" image of the premier's face, has "relegated all others to the sidelines" in western Bihar state, the Hindustan Times reports.

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  10. CM shows just why IT is YT in BiharRead the original story

    Wednesday | The Telegraph

    Patna, Oct. 22: Lalu Prasad once shunned technology as " Yeh IT-YT kya hota hai" but not too long ago he woke up to its charm. Chief minister Jitan Ram Manjhi is a self-confessed computer illiterate and chooses to remain so.

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  11. BiharRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Telegraph

    Houses have been adorned with fancy lights. Crackers have been stocked. Sweets? Oh yes, they are there too.

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  12. 3 state cops in race for CBI top postRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Telegraph

    The names of three Bihar-cadre Indian Police Service officers figure in the list of six from which the new Central Bureau of Investigation director would be chosen. Incumbent CBI director Ranjit Sinha is due to retire on December 2. The three Bihar probables include Abhayanand, Anil Sinha and Krishna Choudhary.

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  13. On Diwali night, show of unity in skiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Telegraph

    Tamils in the city celebrated Diwali on Thursday early morning. The Sikhs from Punjab and Marwaris joined the celebrations in their style.

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  14. Cabinet push to private varsityRead the original story

    Wednesday | The Telegraph

    Patna, Oct. 22: The state cabinet today gave its nod for the issuance of 'letter of intent' to set up Amity University, the first private varsity in the state. Confirming the development, cabinet principal secretary Brajesh Mehrotra told reporters that the cabinet took 27 decisions, including clearance to the education department's proposal to set up the state's maiden private university at Bihta in Patna.

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  15. Shah brings in Yadav 'gun'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Telegraph

    Patna, Oct. 22: BJP president Amit Shah has followed in Prime Minister Narendra Modi's steps - of aggressively wooing the backward classes - by appointing Rajya Sabha MP Bhupender Yadav as the party's Bihar in-charge. The idea is to grab the votes of the numerically strong Yadavs. Bhupender replaces Dharmendra Pradhan in what is being described as Shah's first move enter the backward class bastion of Bihar's two major leaders - Nitish Kumar and Lalu Prasad - who have joined hands to stop the BJP's 'mission' to conquer Bihar after wins in Haryana and Maharastra earlier this week.

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  16. Let's have a ball this DiwaliRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Telegraph

    A group of Sri Arvind Mahila College students at work on their rangoli with gharondas in place Patna University's football team for the tournament at Mizoram University Girls of Magadh Mahila College and Patna Women's College will, in a couple of weeks, proceed to Banaras Hindu University next month for the East Zone Inter-University Basketball Tournament. Magadh Mahila College defeated Patna Women's College 14-12.

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  17. Screens set for Happy New YearRead the original story

    Wednesday | The Telegraph

    After nine runaway Diwali hits, Shah Rukh Khan's Happy New Year , releasing a day after the festival of lights - October 24 - promises a record of all records. The film that also stars his Om Shanti Om co-actor Deepika Padukone has been slotted for 29 shows in Patna and advance bookings are fast picking up.

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  18. Gorai River: Can it flow round the year?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Daily Star

    A front page picture in The Daily Star showed the Gorai River at Kumarkhali Railway Bridge, with its bed covered by silt. It is an old story that has continued since the Farakka Barrage was opened in 1975.

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  19. After Maharashtra show, MIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi eyes UP MuslimsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 21 | The Times of India

    LUCKNOW: After tasting blood in Maharashtra, where the Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen won two seats, MIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi is all set to turn his attention to Uttar Pradesh. Not ruling out a formal launch of the party in UP ahead of the 2017 Assembly elections, the MIM-projecting itself as the next "Muslim league" with a pan-India presence -will also launch its office in Lucknow in November.

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  20. Don't dictate terms to Pakistan on peace, Musharraf to Modi : October 22, 2014,Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Daily Times

    KARACHI/NEW DELHI Former president Pervez Musharraf on Wednesday attacked Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying that he is anti-Pakistan and anti-Muslim, and that he cannot dictate terms to Pakistan on peace process. "Prime Minster Modi is your prime minister, not the chief executive of Pakistan.

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