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Kashmir goes Bihar way in cheating!

street boys and invigilators were found hand in glove to facilitate mass copying in a Class XII examination centre in north Kashmir. The pictures with stark resemblance to infamous copying scandal in Bihar earlier this year went viral prompting ... New Delhi Pioneer, 5 days ago

Why students cheat, and how to fight it

Internet and new technologies have made it easier for students to cheat, but also to get caught. China even recently started using drones to supervise exams . This edition of Learning World looks into why students cheat and what can be done to ...
 EuroNews2 months ago

BREAKING NEWS: Bihar announces liquor ban from April 1

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 Chennai Online1 day ago

Centre again appeals to affluent consumers to give up LPG subsidy

Nitish Kumar stakes claim to form Bihar government (Fourth Lead) | Kolkata film fest observes silence for Paris, Beirut attacks | Nitish elected leader of Grand Alliance legislature party (Third Lead) | Nitish elected head of JD-U legislature party ...
 Chennai Online1 week ago
Economic Times

View: Who won and who lost in Bihar?

The results are in. The people of Bihar cast their ballot in favour of the Mahagatbandhan of Janata Dal (United), Rashtriya Janata Dal, and Congress. Over the next few days, Nitish Kumar, who was the alliance's chief ministerial candidate, will take ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago

In fact: How possible is the BJP's Mission …

By | The Indian Express With the Bihar Assembly election results now less than a week away, irrespective of how it does, the focus of the BJP will swing towards Assam, its next target. The term of the Assam House ends on June 5, 2016, and ...
 Yahoo! India3 weeks ago

Bihar Elections: Accusations galore by all parties

With the third phase of elections due to be held tomorrow, all parties have pulled out the stops in a desperate bid to win over voters. However, it is sad that in the process of campaigning for mindshare, leaders often indulge in unsavory ...
 MapsofIndia1 month ago

30,000 Bhojpur voters likely to press NOTA in Bihar

ARA: Disillusioned with promises made by netas during poll campaigns, over 30,000 voters from over 24 villages in Bhojpur district have decided to either boycott the assembly election or press None of the Above (NOTA) button in the state polls this ...
 Economic Times1 month ago
Indian Express

Nitish Kumar's development record is the beginning of many political discussions in Bihar

By projecting him as the face of the opposition to Nitish, the campaign has placed Prime Minister Modi in the curious position of being both challenger and incumbent. Nitish ji Bihar ke liye kaam toh bahut kiye hain (Nitish has done a lot of work ...
 Indian Express1 month ago I never said Nitish was a bad chief minister: Sushil Modi  Siasat Daily2 months ago

They want Muslim votes but don't want a Muslim face: Tariq Anwar

With less than a fortnight left for the first phase of the Bihar assembly elections, the Samajwadi Secular Front is pitching itself as an alternative to the two main alliances—the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) and the grand alliance between ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago
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