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Four-hour captivity for IAS officer
A senior IAS officer was kept confined in his office chamber for over four hours by about 1,500 state secretariat employees who accused the officer of beating up one of their colleagues....  | Read.. 
 
Too many ghariyals, too little space
The Patna zoo, also known as the Sanjay Gandhi Biological Park, is facing a problem of plenty. Ghariyals, an extremely e...  | Read.. 
 
Wet week in dry Bihar
After a long dry spell, it’s raining in Bihar. Healthy precipitation over the past eight days has pushed the rainfall de...  | Read.. 
 
Centre card key to Cong
Keen to revive her party in poll-bound Bihar, Congress president Sonia Gandhi today asked her partymen to highlight the ...  | Read.. 
 
 
One ghao healed, time to inflict another
Foes turn friends as Paswan joins hands with Lalu in bid to remain politically relevant

The party which inflicted much damage on Lalu Prasad five years ago has now joined hands with the former chief minister to u ...  | Read.. 
 
Secretariat officials outside the chamber of human resource development secretary KK Pathak. Picture by Nagendra Kumar Singh
Four-hour captivity for IAS officer
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Drought leaves seniors high & dry
The dry run of the monsoon that has forced the Bihar government to declare 28 districts to be d...  | Read.. 
Death sparks chaos in hospital
Junior doctors of Anugrah Narain Magadh Medical College Hospital (ANMMCH) paralysed its functio...  | Read.. 
 
Scamper to pocket poll tickets
Politics is probably the best career option nowadays and an election t...  | Read.. 
Career at stake over varsity strike
About 1,400 striking employees of the 39 constituent colleges under Bh...  | Read.. 
No tourist patrol in reserves
Bad news for states intending to promote tourism using their tiger res...  | Read.. 
Two years on, Kosi nightmare far from over
Bhubneshwar Jha (67), a native of Sukhasan village under Kumarkhand block,...  | Read.. 
Penalty hint for train damage
People who pelted stones at 2505 Up North East Express near Sikaria Ha...  | Read.. 
Step up for elite cradle
Patna Women’s College celebrated its foundation day on Thursday....  | Read.. 
Multimedia hall to revisit Patliputra’s glory
Kumhrar, an Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) protected site, locat...  | Read.. 
Drive to shield standing crops
In view of the drought situation prevailing across Bihar, the agricult...  | Read.. 
Verbal bullets for Shotgun
Popularly known as Shotgun Sinha, BJP MP and actor Shatrughan Sinha wa...  | Read.. 
Dowry statistics touch shocking high in state
Recent statistics given out by the Bihar State Commission for Women have r...  | Read.. 
Villagers lynch murderer in Buxar
Irate villagers lynched a criminal while he was trying to escape after...  | Read.. 
Space tech for food crisis
Space technology and its applications can help India meet its food and...  | Read.. 
NGOs face music over performance
Central social welfare board (CSWB) chairperson Prema Cariappa express...  | Read.. 
EVMs in, countdown begins
With the Assembly election round the corner, the Election Commission o...  | Read.. 
Central forces for fair polls
The state police have requisitioned the Election Commission of India ...  | Read.. 
 
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Teachers’ march for pay
Drugs haul
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War chariots all set to hit streets
Cong deserted
Parallel powers
Seeking forgiveness
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