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Car to intercept rash drivers
Going hi-tech is an addiction. The city police are hooked to it. Despite failing to use breath analysers and speed gun radars regularly, aplan is afoot to buy a traffic interceptor vehicle. ...  | Read.. 
 
Seized assets policy on radar
The Bihar government is formulating a policy on how to use the out-of-the-state confiscated property of corrupt officers...  | Read.. 
 
Cops trip on route to recover cash, ornaments
Recoveries by police are aplenty when it comes to seizing mobile phones, cartridges and rusted pistols and display them ...  | Read.. 
 
Varsity plan for capital colleges
The education department wants to bring all colleges in the state capital affiliated to Magadh University under the ambi...  | Read.. 
 
 
Doctor-state govt rift widens
The move to make renewal of registration every five years a must for all doctors in the state has drawn sharp criticism ...  | Read.. 
 
Queen mother of Bhutan Ashi Sangay Choden Wangchuk views idols at Mahabodhi Mahavihara in Bodhgaya on Wednesday. Picture by Suman ...  | Read
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Real-time lessons for budding designers
Students of National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT) today came out of the drudgery of t...  | Read.. 
Centenary wishes, with love from Qatar
Bihar’s centenary is not only a matter of pride for the residents of the state. People of Bihar...  | Read.. 
 
Literacy up, but sex ratio declines
Literacy has something to do with the desire of a boy child. At least,...  | Read.. 
Uninor ready to stay back and fight in India
Telecom service provider Uninor and its associate Telenor Group today clai...  | Read.. 
Delay hiccup for teacher promotion
Junior teachers of Patna University (PU), who have waited for half-a-d...  | Read.. 
CBSE offers career courses
The Central Board of Secondary Education will start five new courses —...  | Read.. 
78 years to bridge Mithila divide
The geography of the Mithila region has been re-scripted with the Kosi...  | Read.. 
IAS pensioners in health cry
Hundreds of retired state government employees, including former IAS ...  | Read.. 
Meet focus on trauma care
A national-level conference on trauma care would be held in the state ...  | Read.. 
Tax tribunal falters minus members
The Commercial Taxes Tribunal, Patna has become non-functional with it...  | Read.. 
Cabinet gets city plan bill draft
The state will soon have its maiden town- and country-planning act to ...  | Read.. 
Call for report on AIIMS status
The high court today asked the central government to file a status rep...  | Read.. 
Criminals flourish as cops split jurisdiction hair
Criminals operating on Haveli Kharagpur-Jamui road in the inaccessible...  | Read.. 
Biometric attendance allergy
The state government doctors appear to have developed an allergy for b...  | Read.. 
Mass wedding
Dhaka MLA and founder chairman of non-government organisation (NGO) R...  | Read.. 
Central team for encephalitis remedy
A five-member team of Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), New D...  | Read.. 
 
News in Brief More.. 
TET hearing put off
Carnage ruling
Late FIR
Flight cancel
Kidnap case
Police plan
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Two ministers caught napping
Frequent pot shots
Kosi bridge name game
Plantation profit