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Three <strong>injured</strong> in <strong>bomb</strong> <strong>blast</strong> in poll-bound Madhubani

Three injured in bomb blast in poll-bound Madhubani

29 Apr 2014

Madhubani: At least three people were injured in a low intensity bomb blast at Katma village in Bihar’s Madhubani district on Tuesday, a day before the fourth phase of Lok Sabha elections in the state.

Madhubani,   Madhubani blast,   Madhubani bomb explosion,   Madhubani election,   LS election fourth phase,  
High Court quashes <strong>Bihar</strong> government notifications on reservation

High Court quashes Bihar government notifications on reservation

11 Nov 2014

Patna: In a landmark judgment Patna High Court has set aside notifications by Bihar government which provide reservation to SC, ST and Backward Castes in Bihar Civil Services (Judicial Branch) and Bihar Superior Judicial Service along the lines of other state services.

Patna High Court,   Notifications,   Bihar government,   Reservation,   SC,   ST,   Backward Castes,   Bihar Civil Services,   Bihar Superior Judicial Service,  
Chennaiyin FC replaces <strong>injured</strong> goalie Abhijit with Francesco

Chennaiyin FC replaces injured goalie Abhijit with Francesco

08 Nov 2014

Mumbai: Indian Super League side Chennaiyin FC have replaced injured goalkeeper Abhijit Mondal with Italian Francesco Franzese, an ISL statement said.

Chennaiyin FC,   Chennaiyin,   Abhijit Mondal,   Francesco Franzese,   Shilton Paul,   Italian football,  
Demand for high security around NIA camp raised in West Bengal assembly

Demand for high security around NIA camp raised in West Bengal assembly

11 Nov 2014

Kolkata: The demand for strengthening security around the camp office of National Investigation Agency (NIA) here probing the Burdwan blast was raised in West Bengal assembly on Tuesday.

National Investigation Agency,   Burdwan Blast,   West Bengal Assembly,   West Bengal ,  
Nitish Kumar dismisses reports of efforts for RJD, JD(U) merger

Nitish Kumar dismisses reports of efforts for RJD, JD(U) merger

18 Nov 2014

Samastipur: Amid talks of chance of merger of JD(U) and RJD to take on BJP, former Chief Minister Nitish Kumar dismissed any such efforts and said instead attempts were being made for wider unity among parties of old Janata Parivar.

JD(U),   RJD,   BJP,   Bihar Chief Minister,   Nitish Kumar,   Janata Parivar,  
One killed in <strong>bomb</strong> <strong>blast</strong> in Assam

One killed in bomb blast in Assam

23 Jul 2014

Goalpara (Assam): One person was killed and three others were injured in a bomb blast triggered by suspected militants in front of Krishani Police Station in Goalpara district on Wednesday.

bomb blast,   Krishani Police Station,   Goalpara district,   preliminary report,   Mujibur Rahman,  
Pakistan PM vows to eradicate polio in <strong>six</strong> months

Pakistan PM vows to eradicate polio in six months

05 Nov 2014

Islamabad: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Wednesday vowed to eradicate polio in six months from Pakistan, the worst polio affected country in the world, and said any laxity in giving vaccination shall be considered as a crime against future generations.

Polio,   Polio cases in Pakistan,   Nawaz Sharif,   crippling disease,   India,   WHO,  
3rd ODI: India beat Sri Lanka by <strong>six</strong> wickets, win series

3rd ODI: India beat Sri Lanka by six wickets, win series

09 Nov 2014

Hyderabad: Clinical India notched up another resounding win to humble a hapless Sri Lankan side by six wickets and clinch the five-match series in the third One-Day International, here on Sunday.

Sri Lankan cricket team,   Angelo Mathews,   Virat Kohli,   Indian cricket team,   live scorecard,   live cricket score,   live score board,  
Indian girls lose 0-5 to New Zealand

Indian girls lose 0-5 to New Zealand

08 Nov 2014

Stratford : Putting up a a disappointing performance, India's junior women's hockey team was blanked 0-5 by New Zealand in the third match of the six-Test series at the TET Multisports Centre here.

disappointing performance,   India's junior women's hockey team,   0-5 by New Zealand,   third match,   six-Test series,   TET Multisports Centre,  
Supreme Court asks <strong>Bihar</strong>, Chhattisgarh to trace missing children

Supreme Court asks Bihar, Chhattisgarh to trace missing children

13 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Thursday directed Bihar and Chhattisgarh governments to trace missing children in their states within a month and summoned Madhya Pradesh's Chief Secretary for the state's failure in finding such kids.

Supreme Court,   Bihar,   Chhattisgarh,   missing children,   trace missing children,   Madhya Pradesh,   Chief Secretary,   Child Track,  

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