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Wednesday , August 10 , 2011
Since 1st March, 1999
Painful wet after dry run
Residents of the city got the rain they had been praying for. But it was not an unmixed blessing. Along with the downpour came waterlogged streets, traffic problems and cancellation of flights. ...  | Read.. 
Nitish deploys GenY on green drive
Chief minister Nitish Kumar has urged youngsters to come forward to save the environment from further deterioration and ...  | Read.. 
Education hub heartbreak for Motihari
The decision of the Union ministry of human resource development (HRD) department to set up the Central University of Bi...  | Read.. 
Arsenic freedom, ‘priceless’
Arsenic contamination of potable drinking water has been the bane of the residents of the state. Help, however, could be...  | Read.. 
Fair test for budding docs
The spurt in impersonation in the Bihar State Combined Entrance Examination (BSCEE), 2011, has prompted Sri Krishna Medi...  | Read.. 
Not a holiday: Schoolchildren brave the downpour to attend classes in Patna on Tuesday. Picture by Ranjeet Kumar Dey
Painful wet after dry run
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Veterinaries get their due
Veterinary doctors across Bihar have a reason to cheer, as the state cabinet today decided to p...  | Read.. 
Security dos for schools
Schools in the city have been issued a fresh set of directives by police to provide adequate securi...  | Read.. 
Mehndi fest to celebrate Saawan
The rains brought festivities back on the campus of Patna Women’s Coll...  | Read.. 
Caste census hits lingo hurdle
The Bihar government has expressed reservations on the methodology to ...  | Read.. 
Tribals reel from rebel trauma
The activists of the CPI(Maoist) seem to have intensified their attack...  | Read.. 
Rupam trial twist
Rupam Pathak, the prime accused in Purnea BJP MLA Rajkishore Keshari m...  | Read.. 
Arms away, books in hand
Vijay Kumar Arya, a top Maoist leader lodged in Special Central Jail i...  | Read.. 
Green drive to tame Lalu
The Green Bihar Campaign of the JD(U) aims at introducing a novelty in...  | Read.. 
Streets vanish under water, homes float
When the residents of Kankerbagh woke up this morning, they found that the...  | Read.. 
Rain sweeps away claims
The incessant downpour washed away the tall claims of Patna Municipal ...  | Read.. 
Blockade for power
Residents of several villages under Manjhi block today staged a blocka...  | Read.. 
Salvage package for wagon factory
The railway ministry is working over a plan to revive Bharat Wagon at ...  | Read.. 
Attacked woman in Bobbitt encore
A homemaker and her distant relative were caught in a pool of allegat...  | Read.. 
Protest & power peril for public
Wading through knee-deep water in incessant rain, commuters at Ashok R...  | Read.. 
Drive out in style with off-season discounts
Those of you who wish to buy cars, now is the right time. To accelerat...  | Read.. 
Action against clinics on hold
Illegal nursing homes in the capital can breathe easy, albeit, for a w...  | Read.. 
Loadshedding stalls business
If waterlogging and traffic snarls were not enough, frequent power cut...  | Read.. 
Cloud over law entrance exam
The date of entrance examination of bachelor of law (LLB), Patna Unive...  | Read.. 
Activists court arrest over corruption
Terming the Union government’s Lokpal Bill a total farce, more than 50...  | Read.. 
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