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BJP dares Bihar government to ban VHP meeting
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BJP dares Bihar government to ban VHP meeting

Three Bihar ministers have threatened to take action if VHP leader Pravin Togadia delivers a ‘hate speech’ in Patna. The Bharatiya Janata Party leaders in Bihar have challenged the state government to ban the ongoing meeting of Vishwa Hindu Parishad in Patna ‘if it has guts’. After three Bihar ministers threatened to take action against VHP leader Pravin Togadia if he spreads communal hatred with his speeches during the ongoing meeting, the BJP has challenged the state ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
Oil firms high on alcohol ban in Bihar! Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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Bihar exam scam: 5 arrested, ex-chairman still at large

The Bihar police on Thursday arrested five persons in connection with the Class 12 toppers’ scandal, while former Bihar School Examination Board chairman Lalkeshwar Prasad Singh and Bishun Rai College principal Bachha Rai, the lead player in the merit muddle, continued to abscond. Those arrested and send to jail included Vikeshwar Prasad Yadav, the principal-cum-centre superintendent of Government Boys High School Rajendra Nagar, Patna and Sanjiv Kumar Suman, a mathematics teacher of the ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Bihar board 'topper' Ruby Rai arrested after appearing for re-test  Rediff.com1 month ago Bihar to interview state toppers before making class 12 results public  Rediff.com1 month ago
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It's 'maha jungle raj' in Bihar, says Lalu's MP

Days after he ranted at Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, saying he is not a ‘PM material’, Rashtriya Janata Dal member of Parliament Mohammad Taslimuddin on Saturday said there is no sushashan (good governance) in Bihar as there prevails ‘Maha Jungle Raj’. "It is futile to talk of good governance, now it can be said that there is Maha Jungle Raj in Bihar,” Taslimuddin said. Training guns at Kumar’s ambition of becoming prime minister, ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago How Nitish's PM ambitions went up in smoke on May 19  Rediff.com2 months ago Yoga irrelevant without country-wide liquor ban: Nitish  Rediff.com1 month ago These Bihar legislators mock Nitish's 'rule of law'  Rediff.com2 months ago
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Bihar government to recommend CBI probe into scribe murder

Bowing to the wishes of the family of slain journalist Rajdeo Ranjan, the Bihar government on Monday decided to recommend a Central Bureau of Investigation probe into his killing. "A decision has been taken to hand over the inquiry into the killing of a journalist of a vernacular daily at Siwan to the CBI at the request of his family. After completing the formalities, the recommendation for CBI investigation would be made today itself," Chief Minister Nitish Kumar told reporters in Patna. The ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Another journalist abused, threatened in Bihar  Rediff.com2 months ago Outrage grows over scribe's killing, kin demand CBI probe  Rediff.com2 months ago
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BJP suspends Bihar lawmaker for misbehaving with girl on train

The Bharatiya Janata Party has suspended its Bihar MLC Tunnaji Pandey hours after he was arrested for misbehaving with a girl on board a train in Bihar’s Vaishali district. BJP state spokesperson Sanjay Mayukh said that the party has suspended Tunnaji Pandey soon after he was arrested for harassing a minor girl in running train. “BJP has also issued a show cause notice to Tunnaji Pandey in this connection” he said. According to BJP leaders, the saffron party was embarrassed ...
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'For me construction of a toilet was a top priority'

Meet the woman who constructs a toilet for self respect and dignity. M I Khan reports from Patna. Bihar's Shanti Devi is not an ordinary woman. She is a woman with a difference. Shanti, resident of Khaira Bhutha village under Sanjhauli block in Rohtas, sold her four goats she was rearing to raise money for medical treatment of her paralysed husband, to construct a toilet at her house. "For me construction of a toilet was a top priority. I have decided to go for his (her husband's) medical ...
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Bihar: 10 CRPF commandos killed in Naxal ambush

Ten commandos belonging to the elite COBRA battalion of the Central Reserve Police Force were killed and five others injured after a group of 200 Naxals surrounded troops and blew off 22 Improvised Explosive Devices in the jungles of Bihar’s Aurangabad district. This is one of the biggest casualties of the elite COBRA unit which has been raised by the CRPF in 2008 for undertaking special jungle/guerrilla warfare operations. Officials said the encounter started on Monday afternoon in ...
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After Bandhan, another micro lender in Bengal eyes the big league

IMAGE: An Arohan Compulsory Group Training (CGT) session in progress in Bihar. Photograph: Kind courtesy, Arohan What is it about Arohan that puts it in the top league of microfinance institutions in the country? Indrani Roy/Rediff.com finds out. Sushil Choudhury is a proud owner of a lathe unit at Kadamtala in the industrial district of Howrah in West Bengal. Starting with one machine, now he has purchased four and has become a supplier to one of India's largest automotive industry ...
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What connects Nehru, Modi and Kanhaiya Kumar?

Ramdhari Singh Dinkar’s poems speak to every Indian, uniting them across political, social, religious and caste divides. They elevate; they inspire; they stir the soul and goose-bump the flesh. Archana Masih/Rediff.com stopped by at his native village in Simaria, Bihar and realised that Dinkar’s poems still lead the way, showing us where we need to go as a nation.   To find a ‘Rashtriya Kavi’ (national poet), one has to go down a narrow, patch-worked road that ...
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Will Manoj Sinha manage to entangle India's telecom mess?

Manoj Sinha, who’s often described as a down to earth man carrying his own files to office, will have to strike a balance between the regulator and the industry. IMAGE: Manoj Sinha will retain his current role in the railways. Photograph kind courtesy: Press Information Bureau     Most telecom industry executives that Business Standard spoke to about Manoj Sinha had not heard about him until the announcement on Tuesday that he would take over as the new communications ...
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