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Take Markandey Katju, he will work as mental bomb, Biharis tell Pakistan as former judge mocks the state
Financial Express

Take Markandey Katju, he will work as mental bomb, Biharis tel...

Justice Markandey Katju's sarcastic comments suggesting Pakistan should take Bihar also if it wants to take Kashmir, has offended a number of people from the state. Markandey Katju's comment on Bihar was not appreciated by many. Some even suggested ... Financial Express, 2 hours ago

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'Prakashotsava' brings new opportunity to Bihar : GUV

Governor Ram Nath Kobind today said that 350th 'Prakashotsava' of the 10th Guru of Sikh community Guru Govind Singh, to be organised in Patna Sahib, would add new chapter to the ongoing development of the state. Addressing the concluding day ...
 NetIndia123.com8 hours ago

'Time for Sikhs to spend on hospitals'

Patna: "Punjabis are known worldwide for their hospitality. I must say Biharis are no less better a host than us," former Canada MP Ruby Dhalla said at the three-day International Sikh Conclave on its concluding day on Saturday. The first Sikh to ...
 Times of India1 day ago
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Nitish flays decision to...

Former Railway minister and Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar Wednesday criticised the decision of Union cabinet to scrap separate Railway budget and merge it with general budget which he said would end autonomy of the largest public carrier in the ...
 The Echo Of India4 days ago Nitish flays Union Cabinet decision to scrap separate Railway Budget  The Hindu4 days ago Merging of Rail Budget will yield no good, end railways' autonomy, says Bihar CM Nitish Kumar  Times of India5 days ago Autonomy of Railway to end: Nitish Kumar flays scrapping of Railway budget  DNA India5 days ago
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Meri News

Know why Atal Bihari Vajpayee chose not to attack Pakistan after the 2001 Parliament attack!

Pandit Jasraj has revealed about his meeting with Atal Bihari Vajpayee a few days after the December 13, 2001 attack on the Parliament, in which Vajpayee had told him the reason why he had decided against attacking Pakistan. World renowned Indian ...
 Meri News4 days ago Two in one  Indian Express4 days ago Is PM shedding hardliner image?  The Freepress Journal2 weeks ago Atal Bihari Vajpayee has most number of official schemes, institutions named after a leader while alive  Zee News2 weeks ago
Indiatimes

'Singham' Comes To The Rescue Of Maharashtra Sports Team Held 'Hostage' By Organisers In Bihar

An 80-member team from Maharashtra that had gone to Bihar to take part in a martial art tournament was held hostage by the organisers over some dispute just before they were to board a train to Mumbai on Thursday morning. TOI It was only ...
 Indiatimes3 days ago In trouble, state sports team sends SOS To Singham in Bihar  Mumbai Mirror3 days ago Singham Comes To The Rescue Of Maharashtra Sports Team Held Hostage By Organisers In Bihar  Indiatimes3 days ago
Financial Express

Modi's doctrinal muddle

Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee visited Minar-i-Pakistan, Mausoleum of Allama Iqbal, Gurudawara Dera Sahib and Samadhi of Maharaja Ranjeet Singh. He affirmed that India respected Pakistan's existence. The larger purpose was to pacify the world ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 days ago Vietnam will never be for India what Pakistan is to China  Observer Research Foundation3 weeks ago Prime Minister's Uri choice  South Asia Monitor6 days ago Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Uri choices  Indian Express6 days ago
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Millennium Post

6 from Bihar hold key posts in nat'l unions

Patna: It is for the first time that six persons from Bihar are holding the post of general secretary in half a dozen national bodies of workers, writers and students. The national organizations concerned are All India Federation of University and ...
 Times of India4 days ago Six from Bihar hold key posts in national unions  Times of India4 days ago The Nation Declassified | OUR NATION DECLASSIFIED  Millennium Post1 day ago
Indian Express

Vajpayee and Manmohan Singh: Both sought cooperation, stressed determination to fight back

Edited excerpts from speech to Lok Sabha by Atal Bihari Vajpayee & Manmohan Singh; translated from the Hindi Decision on war not made on impulse, unilaterally… will be nation's decision: Atal Bihari Vajpayee Mr Speaker Sir,… listening to Shri ...
 Indian Express5 days ago India must impose measured costs on terror exporters  Rediff.com1 week ago After Uri strike, India must impose measured costs on terror exporters  HT Syndication1 week ago After Uri strike  HT Syndication6 days ago

State help for martyr's up from Rs 5 lakh to Rs 11 lakh

Patna: Faced with flak for its "parsimony", the Bihar government on Tuesday raised the ex gratia payment to the kin of three Bihari soldiers martyred in the Uri terror attack from Rs 5 lakh to Rs 11 lakh each. CM Nitish Kumar had on Monday ...
 Times of India5 days ago Bihar raises ex-gratia payment to soldiers' family to Rs 11 lakh after criticism on social media  Times of India5 days ago
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