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Bihar govt to bring back all migrant labourers stranded outside state: Nitish

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News video: 9 dead after truck, bus carrying migrant workers collide in Bihar's Bhagalpur

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Nine migrant workers were killed and countless injured after a truck and bus carrying migrant labourers collided with each other in Bihar's Bhagalpur on May 19. The mishap took place at National Highway-31 in Bhagalpur's Naugachia. The injured have been rushed to a nearby hospital. Meanwhile,...

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