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Kingfisher flights on ‘hold’

Kingfisher Airlines on Tuesday announced temporary suspension of its operations from the state capital, two days after it started cancelling all its flights from the city....  | Read.. 
 
Posers on police delay
Taking exception to the delay in lodging of an FIR in the murder of Suman Barnawal, the state human rights commission to...  | Read.. 
 
Driving cradle deal with auto major
The state transport department has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with auto major Maruti Suzuki India Limited to ...  | Read.. 
 
Trust revises plan, aims largest shrine
Mahavir Mandir Trust has revised the measurements of the proposed Viraat Angkor Wat Ram temple near Hajipur with an aim to ma...  | Read.. 
 
 
Focus on polity & progress
Progressive states in the country are undermining the importance of the democratic system, while several underdeveloped ones ...  | Read.. 
 
Kadamkuan resident Dr Usha Mishra buys coconuts for Chaiti Chhath in Patna on Tuesday. The gynaecologist left home in the scorching heat to buy essential items required for Chhath. Though she did not complain about the rising mercury, the doctor was quite unhappy about the rising prices of the items. picture by Ranjeet Kumar Dey
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CPI unity call for alternative
The Communist Party of India (CPI) today called for a broader unity among all Left parties to h...  | Read.. 
Illegal mining probe
Chief minister Nitish Kumar today ordered a probe into illegal mica mining in Nawada district n...  | Read.. 
 
Talkative state still in dark
Over the past one decade, Biharis have turned cellphone savvy. But pow...  | Read.. 
House fury on crime rise
Under attack from the Opposition over the crime spiral in the state, t...  | Read.. 
Nitish home to go solar
Chief minister Nitish Kumar’s residence, 1 Aney Marg, would soon be li...  | Read.. 
Villagers protest bridge site shift
Villagers of Jamunia diara staged a protest on Tuesday in Bhagalpur ...  | Read.. 
Mobile camp hope for litigants
A three-member team of a mobile lok adalat from the state capital ar...  | Read.. 
Railmen to meet Mukul over Maoist attacks
Railway officials in Jamui are worried over the surge in subversive activit...  | Read.. 
Wage politics casts shadow on paper mill revival
Overcoming threat and hooliganism hurdles, the authorities of Ashok Paper M...  | Read.. 
State trims plan panel size
The state has been forced to reduce its plan size for the 2011-12 fiscal, t...  | Read.. 
Pay power bill at will soon
Power consumers in the state capital would soon be able to pay their bills ...  | Read.. 
New officer vows friendly changes
The new Patna senior superintendent of police (SSP), Amrit Raj, expects the...  | Read.. 
Luxurious lounge for passenger comfort
Forget the chaos at Patna Junction. Get ready to wallow in the luxury of a ...  | Read.. 
Delivery worry for hospitals
The Bihar State Medical Services and Infrastructure Corporation’s plan to i...  | Read.. 
Junior medics ‘defy’ notice
The junior doctors of Patna Medical College and Hospital (PMCH) on Tuesday ...  | Read.. 
Constable held for kidnap ‘attempt’
Two persons, including a police constable, were arrested on Tuesday morning...  | Read.. 
 
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