The Telegraph
Friday , December 16 , 2011
Since 1st March, 1999
Monitor in coma, build at will
Cashing in on the civic body’s helplessness to act against building rule violators because of man crunch, apartment builders and buyers are flouting norms at will without any fear....  | Read.. 
Investors face land & power challenge
Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (Ficci) has listed non-availability of land and poor power scenar...  | Read.. 
Buddha Smriti Park facelift on last lap
Bihar Urban Infrastructure Development Corporation (BUIDCo), the agency responsible for the upkeep of Buddha Smriti Park...  | Read.. 
Tough winter test on road & at home
Battling winter remains an uphill task for homeless people in the city despite the Supreme Court’s order to make night...  | Read.. 
Young bravehearts
“We just couldn’t bear to sit at home and watch the hospital burn on television. We had to do something!”...  | Read.. 
Ten days remain for Santa Claus to come to town. But dozens of Santas were seen at Buddha Marg sitting on a dharna demanding “reasonable employment de ...  | Read
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Star Spot
Bhavya Verma...  | Read.. 
Funda to beat thanda
As the mercury dips to single digit, the biggest sufferers are the children who ...  | Read.. 
Students get set for willow war after four dull years
This winter, Patna University (PU) students would be able to showcase thei...  | Read.. 
Flat plan sparks protest
Some residents of Lohiya Nagar Housing Board Colony today staged a pro...  | Read.. 
Blue bull scare near airport
A blue bull gave tense moments to the security personnel deployed at ...  | Read.. 
Dal leader kin faces molest charge
A 20-year-old woman has accused the husband of a JD(U) leader at Sita...  | Read.. 
Tiger search from scratch
The tiger that had strayed from Valmiki Tiger Reserve (VTR) in Bihar h...  | Read.. 
Admit card delay sparks violence
Unrest over admit card distribution to applicants for Teachers’ Eligib...  | Read.. 
Nitish pats progressive farmers
Touring Naxalite-hit Banka district on the south-eastern end of the st...  | Read.. 
Pensioner seeks respite from sons
Shivpujan Ram (84) has been surviving on Rs 1,000 per month for the pa...  | Read.. 
‘Pious’ kids return after kidnap noise
Two schoolboys, who had gone missing 14 days ago and took police on a ...  | Read.. 
Lonely fight for relevance
Calling the attention of Mister Rahul Gandhi, heir to the shrivelled realm...  | Read.. 
Xavier’s alumni to honour top cop
The St Xavier’s Alumni Association (SXAA) will honour director-general...  | Read.. 
Mercury dips, sale of gadgets soar
The dip in the mercury has sent residents rushing to electronic applia...  | Read.. 
US hails India growth
A US envoy today said America could no longer take India lightly and ...  | Read.. 
Board nod to swanky flats across state
Nearly 18,000 families across the state would soon move into apartment...  | Read.. 
Varsity prepares Rs 600-cr budget
Officials of Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar Bihar University, Muzaffarpur,...  | Read.. 
Institute felicitates former guides
Women’s Training College today turned to its past for a better future,...  | Read.. 
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