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‘Outsider’ officers in poll glare
About a dozen officers of the Indian Administrative Service (IAS) and the Indian Police Service (IPS), mostly on inter-state deputation in Bihar, are on the radar of the Election Commission ahead of the Assembly polls. ...  | Read.. 
 
Court prod to state on deputation of doctors
22: Patna High Court today directed the state government to post doctors in rural areas as per their availability and sa...  | Read.. 
 
Babri crusader kin on NDA ticket radar
The ruling alliance in Bihar is considering fielding Parveen Amanullah, the wife of the IAS officer who mapped the arres...  | Read.. 
 
Lady cops to nab women robbers
Gangs indulging in loot, robbery and theft have found a new tool to dodge the police. ...  | Read.. 
 
 
Fake complainant teases accused
State vigilance investigation bureau conducts sting operation on official on basis of a fictitious accuser

The state vigilance investigation bureau’s sting operation against corrupt officials allegedly without verifying the identit ...  | Read.. 
 
Eviction drive:Bulldozers of Patna district administration brought down illegal shops in areas between Agamkuan and Nalanda Medical College and Hospit ...  | Read
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More fogging machines pile up in PMC
The Patna Municipal Corporation (PMC) is never short of gadgets. While most of the fogging mac...  | Read.. 
Voters scout for own voice
Around 20 per cent of Muslim voters in East Champaran and West Champaran districts has been lef...  | Read.. 
 
College pitches in for noble cause
St Xavier’s College organised a blood donation camp on its premises to...  | Read.. 
Gun factory owner in net
A man was arrested after an alleged illegal mini gun factory was unear...  | Read.. 
State health arm wages five-day war on polio
The State Health Society, Bihar, targets to immunise more than 1.86 cr...  | Read.. 
Permanent VC sought
Rajendra Agriculture University Teachers’ Association is demanding the...  | Read.. 
Help for voters close at hand
The state election office today said that a government official would ...  | Read.. 
Florence Nightingales take oath
Around 62 new students of General Nurse Midwife School of Patna Medica...  | Read.. 
Anti-Bihar remark sparks protest
Members of All India Students’ Federation (AISF) staged a demonstratio...  | Read.. 
Police remove agitators’ blockade
After witnessing students’ agitation for the past few days, principal ...  | Read.. 
Children get a mouthpiece
Children of Bihar have been given voice in Mukul — Hamari Baat, Ham...  | Read.. 
Darkness welcomes Pitrapaksha pilgrims
Around 25,000 pilgrims here for Pitrapaksha fair had to sweat it out l...  | Read.. 
Workshop focus on right to study
An NGO organised a state-level sharing workshop on “Universalisation o...  | Read.. 
Railway officer molests Australian
A railway officer today allegedly molested an Australian national in a...  | Read.. 
Villagers cheer as Gandak softens
Apprehension of a catastrophe resulting from swelling Gandak has taken...  | Read.. 
Cop shot dead
Government Railway Police (GRP) constable Naresh Chandra Yadav was sho...  | Read.. 
Bihar invasion puts Congress in tizzy
The teeming lawns of 24, Akbar Road may not be an accurate measure of ...  | Read.. 
Rebels kill ‘fallen’Maoist
Rebels allegedly killed a former zonal commander of CPI(Maoist) and hi...  | Read.. 
 
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8 PM formula
Crowd again
The mystery of Nishad