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Ramdev not keen to wed his niece to Lalu's son




Jewellers claim 85-90% dip in domestic business, exports unaffected


SC orders playing of National Anthem at theatres


RJD to join Mamata's protest against demonetisation


Modi seeks bank details from BJP MPs/MLAs, opposition calls it farce


76 killed as plane carrying Brazilian soccer team crashes in Colombia

Tejaswi, Rabri flay Centre on post-demonetization hardship

Divided opposition protests demonetisation across India

Modi's cashless push to curb black money


Buying land to build offices only, nothing to do with demonetisation: BJP

Over Rs 20 lakh looted from bank, but almost all in old notes

Shatrughan questions survey on demonetization

Government extends Rs 500 use till Dec 15, stops over-the-counter exchange

Bihar Times vindicated on Nalanda University

from archives

Bihar has been a parochial state in India : Amartya Sen
Gopa appointed herself V-C before the 'Visitor' could
Gopa's crony appointment had Amartya's approval
How Amartya advanced his favourite
A Reader 'appointed' as VC of Nalanda International University
Gopa's CV refutes Amartya Sen's claim
In the name of Nalanda, Saheli University emerges!
How the Mentor Group degraded the idea
No panel set up to select next VC: Nalanda University
Can faculty recruitment be pattern of Gopa's ...
Did Amartya recommend own name for ...
Toilet or Honolulu Trip-Parliament disgusted with Nalanda ...
Brawl over VC
Rajen Babu's Nalanda or Amartya's Nalanda
Nalanda Mentor Group or Harvard Oxbridge brown troop












All is well, says Nitish Kumar-led Grand Alliance government

Shaken survivors burst into tears on reaching Patna

RJD flays prime minister’s insensitiveness  


Toll rises to 142 in Kanpur train derailment  

Kanpur Train derailment: Families throng Patna railway station

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