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HindustanTimes Mon,22 Dec 2014

Patna

Lone LJP MLA in Bihar resigns over BJP alliance

Zakir Anwar, the Lok Janshakti Party's lone legislator in Bihar, Wednesday resigned from the party to protest  the LJP's likely alliance with the Bharatiya Janata Party for the Lok Sabha polls.

Bihar leader writes to Badal for dera head's body

Janata Dal (United) member of legislative council (MLC) Vinod Kumar Singh has sought help from Punjab chief minister Prakash Singh Badal to bring the body of Ashutosh Maharaj, Nurmahal dera head in a dead-or-alive controversy, to his native village, Lakhnaur in Bihar's Madhubani ditrict.

Lalu competes with NaMo chai, tops it up with a biscuit

Just days after RJD chief Lalu Prasad made a startling revelation that he was a tea seller in his struggler days of childhood, to counter BJP’s prime ministerial candidate, Narendra Modi’s humble beginnings, Prasad’s party cadres have set in motion a new plan to run ‘Lalu tea stalls’ across the state.

UPA 'betrayed' by giving Seemandhra special status: Nitish

Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar on Friday gave a call for a statewide bandh on March 2, terming as "betrayal" the UPA government's decision to grant special category status to Seemandhra while "ignoring" a similar demand made by his government.

Bihar doc gunned down while returning from clinic

A doctor was gunned down in Patna on Saturday night while returning home from his clinic. Unidentified men opened fire on Rajnish Ranjan, 45, around 9:45pm in the Rajendra Nagar area of the Bihar capital.

Bihar: 57 school kids taken ill after consuming jatropha seeds

At least 57 school children, aged between 10 and 13 years, were taken ill on Thursday after consuming poisonous jatropha seeds outside a school at Surajpura in Bihar's Rohtas district.

Campa Cola residents vow to not hand over keys

Even as the sword of eviction looms over their head, Mumbai's Campa Cola society residents say that they won't hand over the keys of their home at any cost.

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Panic broke out after acid bottles were found outside the Chandigarh residence of information and broadcasting minister Manish Tewari in Chandigarh and buoyed after ‘relief’ from the Supreme Court in the 1990 fodder scam case,  Lalu Prasad visited the ashram of Pagla baba, near Mirzapur in Uttar Pradesh. These were some of the most read stories on the website. Read more.

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One of the most popular Hindu temples dedicated to Lord Hanuman in Patna is apparently on the terror radar and Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi surprised his critics and loyalists declaring he intended to serve the people of his state till 2017. These were some of the most read stories on the website. Read more.

Patna: Angry over scholarship demand, headmaster breaks boy’s hand

Requesting for a scholarship from the school headmaster cost Vikki,11, dear. Enraged over repeated demands of this class 6 student in a government middle school at Bheriari under Chiraiya police station, headmaster Bhagya Narayan Prasad broke the left hand of Vikki on Saturday.

190 people killed in Bihar floods: Nitish makes aerial survey

Chief minister Nitish Kumar today conducted aerial survey of 12 inundated districts to take stock of the situation arising out of flood which has claimed 190 lives so far in Bihar.

Excavations show how Nalanda University selected its vice chancellor

Exploratory excavations in Biharsharif district of Bihar have laid bare exquisite statuettes that show, for the first time, how appointments were made to the Kulapati or vice chancellor’s post at the ancient Nalanda University.

Patna junction to have four escalators soon

For passengers travelling via Patna Junction, commuting from platform number one to 10 would be more easy and safe hereon. Four escalators would be installed at the station premises in the next couple of months.

Kids helped by Big B on the roads again, as mother gives slip and pockets cash

The plight of two abandoned sisters moved superstar Amitabh Bachchan enough for him to react, but failed to change the heart of their mother, who had left them at a school here in the state capital and vanished. The kids still face a bleak future.

Met department warns Bihar of 'havoc rain'

Likely cloudburts and heavy end-monsoon precipitation in the Himalayan tracts in the next 72 hours, have raised visions a nightmare situation for lakhs of people in North Bihar, especially Mithila, Champaran's and Kosi division, officials said here on Saturday. They have sounded a full alert, while asking people to be vigilant and identify safer areas to move to in distress.

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