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Daily Bulletin: JP Nadda appointed BJP working president; toll in encephalitis cases rises to 103 in Bihar; day's top stories

Firstpost Tuesday, 18 June 2019
NHRC issues notice to Bihar govt after Encephalitis claims more than 100 lives in Bihar, Iran speeds up uranium enrichment as tensions mounts in West Asia, JP Nadda appointed BJP working president; day's top stories
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News video: Bihar's Encephalitis Death Toll Crosses 100

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Encephalitis claims hundreds of children's lives each year in Bihar alone. But governmental apathy, an understaffed healthcare system and the failure to educate vulnerable communities means the death toll will keep rising.

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