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Saturday , July 16 , 2011
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Faults plague park of pride
Faults have surfaced at the Buddha Smriti Park, a dream project of chief minister Nitish Kumar to attract Buddhist tourists from across the globe, a little over a year after its completion. ...  | Read.. 
PU extends admission date
Students who have not yet taken admission in any college of Patna University (PU), don’t panic. The last date to take ad...  | Read.. 
Encroach drive waits for action
Action against encroachments in the state capital is yet to be taken even two days after a high court order....  | Read.. 
Hrithik magic beats Harry, wands down
Wingardium levoisa! Harry Potter and his friends may incant spells to levitate or raise themselves but they are no match f...  | Read.. 
Tears well up after oath
The start of the monsoon session in Bihar Assembly today turned out to be a sad and baffling day for newly elected BJP M...  | Read.. 
CRASH & COLLAPSE: A dumper lies overturned on Katari bridge in Gaya on Friday morning. The vehicle spun out of control after it skidded off the road and rammed into an electric pole. The driver and the helper suffered injuries in the accident. Picture by Suman
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Nitish migrant jab
Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar today slammed Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thac...  | Read.. 
Seal on operation of Kosi barrage gate
India and Nepal have agreed to suitable gate operation of Kosi barrage to ensure centralised fl...  | Read.. 
Special status in PM hands: Nitish
Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar today put the special status ball in...  | Read.. 
Alert after Mumbai blasts
Alert has been sounded along the India-Nepal border and security force...  | Read.. 
Splinter group threat for Reds
Naxalites operating in Gaya and Shahabad region in central Bihar have ...  | Read.. 
Students face heat in Meghalaya
Students of Class IX of Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Piprakothi (Motiha...  | Read.. 
Gaya to unfurl academy flag
Officers’ Training Academy (OTA) would start functioning from the dist...  | Read.. 
Darbar inspiration for rebels
Maoists in Bihar, it seems, are taking a lesson or two in good governa...  | Read.. 
Varsity pants under staff burden
Lalit Narayan Mithila University (LNMU) has been burdened with excessi...  | Read.. 
Serious twists defer final declaration of BPL lists
Three years have passed since the mistakes were found in the list of b...  | Read.. 
Cops claim strict vigil on mela
Bhagalpur police have stepped up the security at Sultanganj, the venue...  | Read.. 
Agency invites proposals on mapping PMC area
The private agency assigned to prepare a satellite imaging-based map o...  | Read.. 
Man crunch poser for urban vigil
Builders in the city merrily defy Patna Municipal Corpor...  | Read.. 
MLA son hunt on, warrant on cards
Nineteen year-old Akhilesh, the son of Chote Lal Rai, the JD (U) MLA f...  | Read.. 
Cop raids unearth fake drug units
Three back-to-back police raids today unearthed three illegal manufact...  | Read.. 
Code game in flesh trade
She is called “Aunty”, “Bhabhi”, “Devrani”, “Gulab ki rani” and “Sunit...  | Read.. 
Councillors crave for more power
Agitated ward councillors held a meeting today taking a strong excepti...  | Read.. 
Anti-addiction pledge early in life
A two-way interaction is necessary to tackle addiction to liquor, toba...  | Read.. 
Treasure Baba predicts from seat of gold
Guru Purnima for self-proclaimed baba Gurudeo Balram Singh has always ...  | Read.. 
Celebrate monsoon with style and colour
Keeping sawan (monsoon) in mind, Patna Marwari Mahila Samiti, B...  | Read.. 
Scanner on coaching centres
The state human resource development (HRD) department has decided to k...  | Read.. 
Attack on governor on session first day
Traditions of the Bihar Assembly broke down on the first day of the mo...  | Read.. 
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