The Telegraph
Thursday , December 1 , 2011
Since 1st March, 1999
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Boys in net, blame on parents
A gang of six boys, aged between 10 and 14, was arrested today on the outskirts of the state capital. They had allegedly broken into the house of retired government employee Ram Naresh Singh a few days ago and decamped with Rs 21,000 and gold jewell...  | Read.. 
Year full of orders, but on paper
Police directives come and go, but things go on as ever. Over the year, the cops have issued a number of orders for cybe...  | Read.. 
Makeover pledge for oldest college
The state government has decided to give a facelift to Patna College that will celebrate its 150th foundation day on Ja...  | Read.. 
Loan prod for micro sector
Deputy chief minister Sushil Kumar Modi and industries minister Renu Kumari Kushwaha today exhorted banks to sanction lo...  | Read.. 
Laukaha bypoll betters past trends
Fifty-five per cent voters today exercised franchise at 264 polling stations for the Laukaha Assembly seat bypoll that p...  | Read.. 
Students appreciate a model at a workshop , Pollution and Public Health, at Magadh Mahila College in Patna on Wednesday. The Green Earth Brigade of th ...  | Read
Hello It's Thursday , December 1 , 2011
Rebel identity foxes police
Forty-eight hours have passed since police nabbed a suspected Maoist from a place in the Paraia...  | Read.. 
Gas leak finger at dairy
Eight employees of a forging unit at Gamharia, 10km from Jamshedpur, were hospitalised in the s...  | Read.. 
Lokayukta House test for Nitish
The winter session of the state legislature commencing from December 2...  | Read.. 
Survival struggle, general missing
His party gasps for resuscitation, Lalu Prasad screws the tap on oxygen ev...  | Read.. 
HC calls secy on disease deaths
The high court today directed the stateís top health bureaucrat to per...  | Read.. 
Farm posers for FDI naysayers
Nitish Kumar may be opposed to foreign direct investment (FDI) in retail b...  | Read.. 
24x7 power switched off
Uninterrupted power supply remains a distant dream....  | Read.. 
Specialist scarcity hits hospital plan
The state governmentís plan to convert New Gardiner Road Hospital in t...  | Read.. 
Funds focus on new energy
Deputy chief minister Sushil Kumar Modi today encouraged entrepreneurs...  | Read.. 
Human waste for crop yield
The state government would adopt the idea of applying humanure in agri...  | Read.. 
Academics turn to Gandhi for school view
AN Sinha Institute of Social Studies, along with National Council of ...  | Read.. 
Autocracy relief eludes commuters
The everyday ruckus surrounding Patna Junction owing to haphazard park...  | Read.. 
Fresh urban bid for low-floor buses
Three years after release of funds and two futile attempts to run 100 ...  | Read.. 
Board opens darbar doors to students
Bihar School Examination Board joined other government departments tod...  | Read.. 
RTPS goes online
Three services under the aegis of Right to Public Service (RTPS) Act w...  | Read.. 
Tech trick to tweak transport laws
Human ingenuity can sometimes make law enforcers helpless. Officials o...  | Read.. 
Rail project jumps tracks
The Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporationís plan to set up ...  | Read.. 
Fake medicos headache for health
The examination wing of the state health department has recently writt...  | Read.. 
Bridge bonus for fast traffic
National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has set the ball rolling f...  | Read.. 
Cellphone surrender hit with jail inmates
The prison department has decided to use cordiality rather than coerci...  | Read.. 
Norm breach slur on docs
There are not one, but many reasons why Indira Gandhi Institute of med...  | Read.. 
Sisters shield child with love to fight stigma
Anita Kumari (name changed), like many children, loves to play with her do...  | Read.. 
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