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Saturday , September 25 , 2010
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One holy mess, hostels for students
A single, small, almost dilapidated and dirty room with just one table for a maximum of five people. Plaster falling off the roof. The dirt and filth almost resembling the Commonwealth Games village in New Delhi....  | Read.. 
Medicos get surgery tips from experts
A workshop was organised by the Association of Surgeons of India (ASI), (Bihar chapter) at Indira Gandhi Institute of Me...  | Read.. 
Crusade against exploitation
The National Service Scheme (NSS) wing of J.D. Women’s College organised an awareness programme on “women’s right and vi...  | Read.. 
Oldest hamlet faces extinction threat
The oldest village in the state may soon become history if immediate steps are not taken to control the Ganga which is ...  | Read.. 
Meet to promote Hindi
Patna City Rajbhasha Implementation Committee (Centre) today held a meeting at central revenue building to review the pr...  | Read.. 
POLL LESSON: Officers on poll duty get hands-on training in operating electronic voting machines in Patna on Friday.
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A crore drained to tame dengue
Spending a crore on sanitation cannot guarantee protection against dengue. The Munger civic bod...  | Read.. 
Forgotten education hub in land of struggle
Chief minister Nitish Kumar in November 2008 had announced that a central university would be set u...  | Read.. 
Ayodhya chokes pilgrim flow
The uncertainty over the Ayodhya verdict has hit the flow of pilgrims ...  | Read.. 
Marandi’s contest-poll sermon
Former Jharkhand chief minister Babulal Marandi today said the probabl...  | Read.. 
Trickle after LJP exodus
Three sitting MLAs from different parties today joined the Lok Janshak...  | Read.. 
Development prod to govt
RJD spokesperson Ram Kripal Yadav today lashed out at chief minister N...  | Read.. 
Progress attracts Jagatanand son to BJP
Impressed with the performance of the NDA government in the state, RJD...  | Read.. 
Nitish taunts rivals for dynasty rule
Chief minister Nitish Kumar today took digs at his political adversari...  | Read.. 
Maoist in net
The Bhagalpur police on Thursday evening nabbed Maoist Amlesh Singh al...  | Read.. 
Fake cop robs contractor
Think twice before allowing strangers to step in to your car even if t...  | Read.. 
Resentment over death
The death of an employee of the Bihar State Road Transport Corporation...  | Read.. 
Affair whiff in wife murder
Tuntun Sah a resident of Khalipur village murdered his wife today susp...  | Read.. 
Explosives haul bothers cops
The seizure of huge consignment of explosives and illegal firearms in ...  | Read.. 
Early festival vacation on radar
The sustained agitation of the students of Muzaffarpur Institute of Te...  | Read.. 
Call to share progress fruit
Only reservations cannot ensure an inclusive growth, said Patna Univer...  | Read.. 
Ganglords at the mercy of God
Believers are tied to their gods with a saffron thread. Some tie it on...  | Read.. 
Tutors move HC for dues
Retired teachers and employees of the erstwhile Bihar College of Engin...  | Read.. 
Trade fair for entrepreneurs
A trade fair for women organised by Bihar Mahila Udyog Sangh at Naraya...  | Read.. 
Poets’ rhythmic salute to womanhood
Arvind Mahila College organised a poetess’ s meet today to as a part o...  | Read.. 
Experts express climate concerns
Impact of climate change on Indian cities was discussed in detail at a...  | Read.. 
Everything fishy at food fest
Food lovers in the city have their plates full. ...  | Read.. 
Water level down, risk still high
First the good news. The water level of Gandak is receding and officia...  | Read.. 
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Abducted man released