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LJP hand for Cong in Purnea
The two-year-old RJD-LJP alliance in Bihar today teetered on the edge after Ram Vilas Paswan’s party formally extended support to Congress nominee Ramcharitra Yadav for the ensuing Purnea Assembly byelection....  | Read.. 
 
Firing under double glare
The National Commission for Minorities (NCM) and the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) will send teams to Bihar to...  | Read.. 
 
Trucks crush mother & son
A child and his mother were killed while his sister was seriously injured when two speeding trucks crushed them under their ...  | Read.. 
 
Wet spell sparks power outage
Technical snags triggered by intermittent rainfall over the past 48 hours have hit the power supply in the state capital...  | Read.. 
 
 
Incessant showers throw wet blanket on Nitish darbar
Only 389 visitors turn up for monthly meet, ministers while away time playing games on mobiles

The heavy rain that lashed Patna over the past couple of days threw a wet blanket on chief minister Nitish Kumar’s janata da ...  | Read.. 
 
Pedestrians walk across the bridge on the swollen Falgu river in Gaya on Monday. The city experienced 186.5mm of rainfall since June 17. Picture by Su ...  | Read
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Rainfall to subside in 48 hours
Heavy rain continued to lash the state capital for the third day today even as the weathermen c...  | Read.. 
33-lakh power jolt for monk
A monk from Thailand has got the shock of her life from the Bihar State Electricity Board (BSEB...  | Read.. 
 
CM ducks volley on Lokpal, firing row
Chief minister Nitish Kumar today refused to play ball with his rivals...  | Read.. 
Maoists shoot RPF personnel
An armed squad of over 70 Maoists blasted railway tracks to trap a pil...  | Read.. 
Reluctant students return to find fun-filled first day
Summer vacation has come to an end and most students of city-based sch...  | Read.. 
Name irrelevant, CM harps on virtue
Name and acclaim are hardly the motivational factors for chief ministe...  | Read.. 
B-school adds to education uplift
International School of Management (ISM), Patna, has been given recogn...  | Read.. 
Award feather in tiller’s cap
Sudhanshu Kumar, a farmer from Samastipur district, has been selected ...  | Read.. 
Job prospect spurs BTech ‘obsession’
The two-day Admission Expo revealed a new craze among students for BTe...  | Read.. 
Rs 1.25-crore drug haul shocks police
Six persons were arrested from Golghar campus today with two pouches o...  | Read.. 
Eight HC judges take oath
Chief Justice Rekha M. Doshit administered oath to eight newly appoint...  | Read.. 
Focus on future of organic farming
The state government will organise an international conference to deli...  | Read.. 
Central agencies to help crack disease mystery
The “mystery” disease that has gripped Muzaffarpur and some other dist...  | Read.. 
Hungry Kosi scares villages
The misery inflicted by river Kosi over the years has been compounded ...  | Read.. 
Roots in history, varsity leg caught in red tape
Chief minister Nitish Kumar, who on one hand, has earned praise...  | Read.. 
Test of mind for meritorious
Meritorious students, who have recently cleared their Class X examinat...  | Read.. 
Six arrested with arms
At least six criminals were arrested from Rohtas district today....  | Read.. 
Minister visit to dig truth in kid deaths
Health minister Ashwini Kumar Choubey today visited Sri Krishna Medica...  | Read.. 
Varsity ‘sports’ DU look in quota
Patna University has decided to emulate the Delhi University (DU) mode ...  | Read.. 
 
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Watchful welcome for chief minister
Minority ‘advantage’
Special leave also for males
Saala clout at police head office