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Wednesday , March 16 , 2011
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Study rights act puzzles all
The ruckus over admission to St Xavier’s High School reveals the confusion prevailing over the implementation of the Right to Education (RTE) Act all around. While the school authorities are clueless on the procedure of admitting students at random,...  | Read.. 
Breather for land policy
The state cabinet approved the Khas Mahal Policy 2011 in a meeting held today....  | Read.. 
War of words over VC hire
Appointment of a “tainted” person as acting vice-chancellor (VC) in Kameshwar Singh Darbhanga Sanskrit University agains...  | Read.. 
Worries over new seed bill
Parliament is set to discuss the new Seeds Bill, 2010 with amendments but Bihar’s past experience with seeds sold by mul...  | Read.. 
Bihar Divas gets international touch
Artists use aluminium and barbed wires to spread message of world peace

When India locked horns with South Africa in the ICC World Cup league match on March 13, most of us simply forgot the warmth ...  | Read.. 
Students of Magadh Mahila College play Holi on campus in Patna on Tuesday. Picture by Deepak Kumar
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Probe in Manipur, plum posts in Bihar
Leader of the Opposition Abdul Bari Siddiqui today took the debate of “outsiders and insiders” ...  | Read.. 
Posters with posers & answers
Students used their brush and canvas to express concern over the changing condition of the clim...  | Read.. 
Artists walk on art history path
Noted art critic and curator Nanak Ganguly today took students of Col...  | Read.. 
New lifestyle throws folk songs off track
A rapid change in lifestyle has not only hit social values but has als...  | Read.. 
Budding computer wiz decodes language in book
Following the example of famous cyber security expert Ankit Fadia, an ...  | Read.. 
Slums await aid as funds lie with PMC
Even as exercise is underway to give final shape to the Patna Municipa...  | Read.. 
New CII chairman
Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) has nominated Nirmalya Ghosal a...  | Read.. 
Play alarm on globalisation
A group of 20 artists from Bhikhari Thakur School of Drama performed a...  | Read.. 
SBI official surrenders in court
The general secretary of the State Bank of India Staff Association, Pa...  | Read.. 
Power clash trips genset use
Frequent powercuts are not new to Patna residents. Bihar — despite all...  | Read.. 
Candle-making skill ushers new ray of hope
The National Agriculture Bank for Rural Development (Nabard) Bihar reg...  | Read.. 
Police identify Red attackers
East Champaran police have released the profiles of all the members of...  | Read.. 
Murder hint in man’s death
Police today started a murder probe into the death of a man who was fo...  | Read.. 
Fresh joint action after Holi
The state police have drawn up a detailed plan to launch a fresh offen...  | Read.. 
Cop focus on quota act cases
Station house officers (SHOs) beware! Dilly-dallying attitude towards ...  | Read.. 
Woman, son dead
Charred bodies of a woman and her three-and-a-half-year-old son were f...  | Read.. 
Budget delay poser on civic projects
There is nothing new in sluggish execution of Patna Municipal Corporat...  | Read.. 
Gopalganj man safe
Daud Alam is safe in Japan. ...  | Read.. 
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