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Dozens take hundreds for ride

Life in Patna and some parts of the state was partially disrupted by the 24-hour bandh called by the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) on Monday.   | Read..

Life moves after pause

The ABVP bandh adversely hit all sections of the society. From students to patients: Life stood still as protesters wrecked havoc on the streets of Patna. A recap:   | Read..

BJP take

In the Council, BJP MLC Baidyanath Prasad moved “adjournment motion” and pressed for debate on lathi-charge, arrests.    | Read..

Downpour delight in dark afternoon

Darkness dawned on the city on Monday at a time when the sun is the cruellest.   | Read..

Soon: Book on papad vendor to Super tutor

Anand Kumar's journey from his days as a papad vendor to the Super 30 teacher known worldwide will soon come out in a book.   | Read..

Plan for courts in remote areas

Speedy justice at affordable cost could soon be possible for people living in remote areas.   | Read..

Tech aid to tame deadly disease

Doctors of primary health centres (PHCs) in the district and those working with Sri Krishna Medical College and Hospital (SKMCH) would soon directly interact on...   | Read..

Central green scheme hit in Red zones

National Mission for Green India, one of the eight centrally sponsored schemes of the Union government under the National Action Plan on Climate Change (NAPCC), has begun...   | Read..


Patna Municipal Corporation has reduced allocation for storm water drains as well as sewerage and drainage in its budget for the next fiscal despite severe waterlogging in...   | Read..

Councillors heckle mayor, commissioner

The Patna Municipal Corporation on Monday passed a budget of Rs 465 crore amid scuffles among rival councillors, while some women representatives of wards jostled with the...   | Read..

Move to attach assets of criminal in jail

The Enforcement Directorate on Monday initiated the process of confiscation of movable and immovable assets of Lakhisarai's notorious criminal Makhu Singh, involved in...   | Read..

Brush up on science in planetarium

The government is working on a plan to disseminate information on basic science among visitors at the Indira Gandhi Science Complex housing the planetarium.   | Read..

Women keep colony clean

The scarcity of conservancy employees and trash collection equipment in Darbhanga Municipal Corporation encouraged Madhubala Sinha to think out of the box and implement an...   | Read..

Happy with progress

Minister of state for railways Manoj Sinha reviews construction work of the Rs 2363-crore rail-cum-road bridge on the Ganga in Munger on Monday.    | Read..

New drive to immunise all

The state health department and Unicef would launch "Mission Indradhanush", a Centre-sponsored project, on Tuesday to cover children and pregnant women left out...   | Read..

Gizmo route to make learning fun for tiny tots

A select group of playschools in Patna is set to introduce new teaching methodologies to make learning easy from the academic session starting April.   | Read..

Power cut for smooth summer

Power would be cut for two-three hours in different areas of Patna on Tuesday for maintenance work.   | Read..

Ex-CM son cries foul on bungalow

JDU MLA Nitish Mishra - who belongs to the Jitan Ram Manjhi camp - today accused the state government of double standards when allotting houses to former chief ministers.   | Read..

BJP barb at govt on spurt in crime figures

The BJP today attacked the Nitish Kumar government in the Assembly over the deteriorating law and order condition and return of "organised crime" in the state.   | Read..

Congress leader ridicules land bill

All India Mahila Congress president Shobha Oza today came down heavily on the Narendra Modi-led BJP government for incorporating "anti-farmer clauses" in the Land...   | Read..

Delhi poll lesson for state test

The BJP is taking no chances in its next electoral battle in Bihar after the rout in the Delhi Assembly elections last month.   | Read..

Emergency drill

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Activists of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad — the students’ wing of the BJP — enforce the shutdown near Rajendra Nagar Terminal
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Hello It's Tuesday , March 31 , 2015
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bullet Varsity gets new VC
bullet Coin fair
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bullet BJP jabĀ 
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bullet Three dead
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