The Telegraph
Wednesday , September 29 , 2010
Since 1st March, 1999
CIMA Gallary
Price pinch shrinks dinner spread
Till last week, Rekha Mishra used to serve varieties of lip-smacking curries. A resident of Boring Road and a homemaker, she used to buy all sorts of vegetables and have a nice time cooking them for her family. ...  | Read.. 
Students debate climate change
An inter-college debate competition on the topic “renewable energy is the only means to fight climatic change” was organ...  | Read.. 
Dark days in store for capital
Residents of Patna are in for more load-shedding in the coming days. The power board is facing a severe crisis, triggere...  | Read.. 
Hostel gropes in darkness
Thirty visually impaired residents of the Minto Hostel are passing through hard times in the absence of ward servants. ...  | Read.. 
Crusade for people pulls son back from Down Under
Amit Sarkar gives up job in Melbourne to contest polls in Purnea as homage to slain father Ajit Sarkar

The pull of politics to nourish his late father’s dream has prompted an Australia-based IT professional to leave a lucrative ...  | Read.. 
Angry residents set a bus on fire after it hit a tempo and killed its driver near Pahari in Patna on Tuesday. Picture by Sachin
Hello It's Wednesday , September 29 , 2010
Maoist wives in poll battle
Not all Maoists think alike. While most of them target policemen and politicians to maintain th...  | Read.. 
VC demand spoils Bhutan PM’s gross happiness
Violating protocol, Magadh University vice-chancellor (VC) interrupted Bhutan Prime Minister...  | Read.. 
Molest slur on sorcerer
A tantrik (sorcerer) was arrested from Kochas police station ar...  | Read.. 
Cops face action
Police informed the Patna High Court on Wednesday that it has ...  | Read.. 
Security beef up
All the police stations in the state have been put on maximum alert in...  | Read.. 
Tips to deal with dog bites
Patna Medical College and Hospital is not equipped to treat patients s...  | Read.. 
Murli takes on Marxist China
Former BJP president and Union minister Murli Manohar Joshi spoke at a...  | Read.. 
Teacher joins campus strike
Democratic Teachers’ Forum convener N.K. Chaudhary joined the ongoing ...  | Read.. 
Civic body assurances go down the drain
Be it summer or monsoon, Muzaffarpur remains under water in all season...  | Read.. 
Heritage revamp plan for East Champaran
Heritage sites in East Champaran are all set to don a revamped look. ...  | Read.. 
Tug-of-war continues over temple control
A move by Hathwa State to consolidate its hegemony over the historica...  | Read.. 
Scam tar on budding docs
Admission scam has rocked the Sri Krishna Medical College and Hospital...  | Read.. 
EC keen to better voting percentage
In a bid to increase the average voting in the state in the Assembly p...  | Read.. 
CPI(ML) eyes youth voters
The CPI(ML) today released its list of 48 candidates for the first thr...  | Read.. 
BJP leaves out minister
After two days of deliberations, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) toda...  | Read.. 
RJD fires Sangh salvo at Dal
The Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) today hit out at the JD(U), accusing Bi...  | Read.. 
Cong springs surprise list
The Congress has chosen to use the minority card aggressively in Bihar wit...  | Read.. 
News in BriefMore.. 
Murder plot foiled
Patna Diary More.. 
Left parties for land reforms, others not
Education in Dehradun
Nobody from Gujarat
Rahul out of bound for reporters