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Doubts clear, parents breathe easy
CBSE students and their parents are breathing easy now that board chairman Vineet Joshi has cleared the air on the Class X exam....  | Read.. 
 
Legal ammo for Nitish graft battle
The Bihar government will soon enact a law making it mandatory for the state officials and agencies to deliver services to t...  | Read.. 
 
Cops clueless on missing schoolkids
Even 36 hours after two schoolboys went missing from Jehanabad town, the police are clueless about the alleged abductors...  | Read.. 
 
Ulfa man in net
An alleged militant owing allegiance to ULFA of Manipur was arrested by a team of the National Investigation Agency, Del...  | Read.. 
 
 
Youths gear up to fight spurt in HIV cases
College students to march, open clubs and play cricket match to mark World AIDS Day

A recently-released report of Bihar State AIDS Control Society (BSACS) has revealed that the number of AIDS patients in the ...  | Read.. 
 
Students from 36 universities take part in the Northeast Zone Inter University Chess tournament on Magadh University premises in Bodh Gaya on Tuesday. ...  | Read
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College boys in gang of thieves
Branded jeans, funky T-shirts, expensive goggles, latest sneakers, colourful mobile sets and tr...  | Read.. 
Decay cloud on rare titles in library
Once lauded by former President of India Zakir Hussain for its collection of rare books, Mahara...  | Read.. 
 
Schoolkids win laurels for studies, play
Loyola High School organised their annual prize distribution ceremony ...  | Read.. 
Small wonders showcase skill
Junior Einsteins of the state made their mark at Jawaharlal Nehru Chi...  | Read.. 
Leader greeted with 500kg garland
Independent candidate Pawan Kumar Jaiswal was greeted with a 500kg gar...  | Read.. 
Bid to better Punjab
Bihar would overtake Punjab in the agriculture sector in the next thre...  | Read.. 
HC yes to construct complex
Patna High Court today gave a green signal to Patna Municipal Corporat...  | Read.. 
Shahi takes charge
The newly appointed human resource development (HRD) minister Prashant...  | Read.. 
Pesu drive to check power theft
Patna Electric Supply Undertaking (Pesu) has intensified its drive to ...  | Read.. 
HC seeks plan on rescued kids
Patna High Court on Tuesday directed the state government to come out ...  | Read.. 
Limited success for AIDS battle, cases on the rise
In spite of the efforts of the authorities, the numbers of AIDS patien...  | Read.. 
Short-staffed police cheer state order
The recent proposal of the state government to increase the strength o...  | Read.. 
Opposition leader berth at CM’s mercy
RJD veteran Abdul Bari Siddiqui is likely to become the leader of Oppo...  | Read.. 
Dal state head takes charge
Senior Janata Dal (United) leader, Vashisht Narayan Singh was formally...  | Read.. 
Cabinet go-ahead to budget proposal
The Bihar cabinet today gave its approval to the second supplementary ...  | Read.. 
Polls over mission facelift for Muzaffarpur
Less than a week after the NDA stormed back to power, it has started p...  | Read.. 
Quack pedals into Assembly
The journey of Ratnesh Sada (39) from the dusty roads of a village to ...  | Read.. 
Students miss books
Students of Patna University owing allegiance to All India Students’ F...  | Read.. 
Budget blues for Ambedkar university
Bhim Rao Ambedkar Bihar University officials are burning midnight oil ...  | Read.. 
Rebels ambushed, killed in gang war
Bodies of three suspected Maoists were recovered from Cha Hazaria diar...  | Read.. 
Five killed in accident
Five persons were killed and nine others injured when the jeep they were t...  | Read.. 
 
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SP survives mishap
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Less strength, more space for Opposition
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Tall claims
Promises galore