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Wednesday , August 1 , 2012
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Great leveller for the mighty and masses

Power played a great leveller on Tuesday. Playing truant, it brought the rulers and the ruled on the same pedestal. ...   | Read..

Second shot for board results

The 7,000-plus Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) students, who took their compartmental examinations this month, are likely to know their results by August 10. ...   | Read..

Pay hope for sugar employees

Patna High Court on Tuesday asked Bihar State Sugar Corporation (BSSC) to clear pending salaries of around 100 employees by September 2. ...   | Read..

Teachers on fast for varsity excellence

More than 150 college teachers staged a fast outside the administrative building of Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar Bihar University on Tuesday in protest against the alleged inaction of vice-chancellor Bimal Kumar to improve the academic scenario. ...   | Read..

Games fever at stamp meet

Gagan Narang’s bronze at the London Olympics may have kicked off India’s medal tally this year but Pradeep Jain has been coll...   | Read..
The lights of vehicles and a few buildings running on generators illuminate the city on Tuesday evening. Picture by Deepak Kumar
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Damaged wheels slam brakes on zoo toy train
Disappointment has replaced smiles of the young and not-so-young visitors to Sanjay Gandhi Biologica...  | Read.. 
Students march to protest kidnap
More than 2,000 school students took out a silent procession in protest against the kidnap of a fell...  | Read.. 
Youth held on molest charge
A 22-year-old youth, Roshan Kumar, was arrested today on the charge of...  | Read.. 
Trip to Red zone for familiarity
Pankaj Dixit, a 2011 Bihar cadre IAS officer, is on a familiarisation ...  | Read.. 
Polytechnic teachers to serve three more years
The Bihar cabinet today increased the retirement age of teachers of st...  | Read.. 
Nitish-Lallan chat sparks power gossip
An hour-long discussion between chief minister Nitish Kumar and suspen...  | Read.. 
Shahi salvo at Raj Bhavan
Education minister P.K. Shahi on Tuesday alleged that though the state gove...  | Read.. 
Student unrest spurs college closure threat
Patna College authorities have threatened to declare an indefinite shutdown...  | Read.. 
Colours on campus
Magadh Mahila College students on Tuesday left their books aside and allowe...  | Read.. 
Hunger of others starves Bihar
Half the country plunged into darkness as the fragile distribution system ...  | Read.. 
Lip-service to power
When the entire country was busy discussing the factors leading to the glit...  | Read.. 
Tiring time at stations as trains stop
The collapse of the eastern grid left hundreds of passengers stranded at Pa...  | Read.. 
Patients fine, medicos hit
Patients of Patna Medical College and Hospital (PMCH) did not suffer much ...  | Read.. 
Without light and water, homemakers slog it out
Most women were a harried lot on Tuesday evening. Preparing dinner in the ...  | Read.. 
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