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Left without food, Bihar's flood victims loot food grains from state godown

Left without food, Bihar's flood victims loot food grains from...

Hungry and desperate for food, over 100 flood victims in Bihar’s Nalanda district broke into a government warehouse and looted food grain on Monday to protest inadequate assistance given to them by the government, officials said. Sunil Kumar, a district official, said hundreds of flood victims forcibly broke open the lock of a godown of the state disaster management department at Sarmera block office in Nalanda in the presence of the police and looted rice and wheat. He said the ..., 1 month ago

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BJP demands arrest of Bihar chief minister's son

The Bharatiya Janata Party has demanded the arrest of Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi’s son Perween Manjhi for alleged sexual exploiting a woman police official at a plush hotel in Bodh Gaya town. "The police have not filed an FIR due to pressure from above," claimed former deputy chief minister and senior BJP leader Sushil Kumar Modi on Thursday said.    Modi said that CCTV footage of the hotel should be made public if chief minister's son is not involved in any ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Manjhi tells Bihar growth story at LSE  Jagran Post4 weeks ago Jitan Ram Manjhi threatens to chop off hands of negligent doctors  IndiaTV News3 days ago

Dalit boy burnt alive by upper caste man in Bihar

A 15-year-old Mahadalit was allegedly burnt to death in Bihar’s Rohtas district by an upper caste man because the boy’s goat grazed standing paddy crop. Police said that 15-year-old Sai Ram was torched alive by Arvind Singh alias Kunkun Singh on Wednesday evening after his goat grazed on Singh’s crop of paddy, said Rohtas superintendent of police Chandan Kushwaha. “Sai was declared dead when he was brought to a local government hospital,” he said. Kushwaha ...
 Rediff.com5 days ago

156 dead in Nepal landslide; search called off

Nepal government on Wednesday declared dead the 123 people missing in the country’s worst landslide in over a decade, taking the death toll from the disaster to 156, as the search for the bodies buried under the debris was called off. The landslide, triggered by heavy rains, hit Sindhupalchowk district on Saturday after the Sunkoshi river, which flows across the border into Bihar as the Kosi river, was blocked creating an artificial lake near Nepal-Tibet border. Chief District Officer ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago UN helps India, Nepal after death toll in landslides rise  Rediff.com2 months ago
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Bihar: BJP to fight assembly elections without naming CM candidate

In Jharkhand, party has seen a tug of war between Arjun Munda and former finance minister Yashwant Sinha’s for the coveted post. The Bihar BJP is also facing the same gung-ho as there are many contenders for leading the party in next assembly elections ...
 Jagran Post1 month ago
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40 crore people yet to get electricity: Government

Power Minister Piyush Goyal said during Question Hour that it was ‘very unfortunate’ that eight crore households in the country do not have power connection and this means 40 crore population are still deprived off electricity. "Even 65 years ...
 Jagran Post2 months ago
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Bihar orders immediate evacuation, Kosi threatens four districts

Describing the situation as ‘most alarming’, Bihar Disaster Management Department (DMD) Principal Secretary Vyasji said the situation has also created prospect of imminent floods in Supaul, Saharsa, Madhepura and Madhubani districts. "The Nepal ...
 Jagran Post2 months ago

What about Bihar's special status, asks Nitish at dharna

Senior Janata Dal-United leader Nitish Kumar on Monday criticised the Bharatiya Janata Party and Prime Minister Narendra Modi for its false promises. Pronouncing the prime minister’s name for the first time from a public platform, Kumar said, “Narendra Modi had told people of Bihar during poll campaign in clear terms that if his party is voted to power it will provide special category status, special package and special attention...but five months have lapsed since he came to ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago Nitish Kumar accuses BJP of practicing divisive politics  IndiaTV News3 weeks ago People have put their stamp on alliance: Lalu  Rediff.com1 month ago

How BJP won and what it means for politics

BJP supporters celebrate the party’s victory in the Maharashtra and Haryana elections. Photograph: PTI photo   The Bharatiya Janata Party’s solid solo performance in Maharashtra and Haryana assembly elections confirms continuation of some of the trends that emerged in the Lok Sabha elections in May this year. The saffron party has won a majority of seats in Haryana and has emerged as the single-largest formation in Maharashtra. It has done so with the help of a ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago A wake up call for the BJP and Modi  Rediff.com3 weeks ago Maharashtra, Haryana assembly polls on Oct 15, counting on Oct 19  IndiaTV News1 month ago
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Nitish Kumar to lead protest against Centre for special status category

Patna : In a bid to garner public support ahead of the assembly elections scheduled next year, former Bihar chief minister and senior Janata Dal (United) leader Nitish Kumar will today lead a protest against the Bharaitya Janata Party ...
 IndiaTV News1 day ago
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