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Rakesh Mishra in Dil Ho Gail Tohar

Made under the banner of Vicky Entertainment, shooting of Bhojpuri film 'Dil Ho Gail Tohar' has recently been started in Hazipur. Rakesh Mishra, who is known for his beautiful voice and songs will also be seen in a special appearance. Rakesh is very ... Times of India, 1 month ago

The day that was

9.10am Jitan Ram Manjhi loyalists start arriving at 1 Aney Marg Astrologer Dipak Mishra reaches at 9.40am 10.00am Legislators start coming into Bihar Legislative Assembly Manjhi leaves for Raj Bhavan to tender his resignation at 10.03am ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago

Govt forms panel for rebuilding of Patrakar Bhavan

Government has constituted a committee to give suggestions to the Government regarding rebuilding of Patrakar Bhavan and its future shape. It is noteworthy that demand by various journalist unions was being raised with the State Government for new ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago

He does protest too much: Baburam Bhattarai

By Kanak Mani Dixit Baburam Bhattarai spent his time in New Delhi pooh-poohing the choice of Nepal's electorate One wonders whether it is ultra-sophisticated analysis by the votary of alternative politics or the fatally ...
 South Asia Monitor1 week ago

Mr Vinod and Dr Mehta

Vinod Mehta was a reporter's delight. Yet, he had a dark side to his career 31 May 1942 — 8 March 2015, Photo: Tehelka Archives He was the best of editors. He was the worst of editors. He was a man who sometimes knew too much. He was one ...
 Tehelka1 week ago From Lucknow boy to editor unplugged Journey of Vinod Mehta  Hindustan Times2 weeks ago
Kathmandu Post

He does protest too much

MAR 12 - O ne wonders whether it is ultra-sophisticated analysis by the votary of alternative politics or the fatally flawed reasoning of a politician in decline that had former prime minister and Maoist ideologue Baburam Bhattarai making ...
 Kathmandu Post1 week ago

Cops to turn heat on drunken drivers; But Is There Sufficient No. Of Breath Analysers?

LUCKNOW: A session of drinking with friends and family and then driving around the city can now land you in jail. In its extensive plan, city traffic cops will round up drunken drivers. Until recently, violators were challaned and fined for the ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

Day-2 Jams prompt 250 to defy BRTS Corridor ban

02:01 am Indore : While the traffic police and Atal Indore City Transport Service Ltd (AICTSL) jubilantly claimed that no major traffic jam took place alongside the BRTS Corridor on the second day of ban on entry of four-wheelers inside the ...
 The Freepress Journal2 weeks ago

Broke traffic rule? e-challan is on its way

LUCKNOW: On the lines of metrocities, Lucknow can now boast of an e-challan system too. Having rolled out the pilot run in the past fortnight successfully, traffic wing of city police has already sent notices to 32 motor vehicle owners caught ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Toothless in swine flu fight

Residents queue up at RBTS Government Homoeopathic Medical College to receive preventive medicines for swine flu in Muzaffarpuron Tuesday.Picture by Kumar Uttam The condition of doctors attending to swine flu patients in the districts is no ...
 Calcutta Telegraph3 weeks ago Six tested positive for swine flu in Bihar  Jagran Post4 weeks ago Siwan swine flu patient tests negative  Times of India1 month ago
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