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New lane turns speed corridor for commuters

The R-Block lane of Mithapur flyover has come as a big relief to commuters. ...   | Read..
 

Dope test decision raises awareness cry

Students of schools affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) would now have to clear dope tests while participating in national meets....   | Read..
 

Red tape trips rail project

Red tape seems to have put the city’s urban rail project on slow tracks. ...   | Read..
 

Flaws hit state housing plan

Nine months after the Bihar State Housing Board (BSHB) passed a proposal for constructing 25,000 flats in the state, including 10,000 in Patna, the chief secretary has returned it, citing flaws in the conceptualisation of the schemes. ...   | Read..
 
 

Pay slap at truant & late docs

Tardiness could prove costly for 62 doctors in Patna district. ...   | Read..
 
Devotees pray on National Highway 28A near the Nepal border in Raxaul on the last Friday of Ramazan. Picture by Jai Prakash
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Youth from Red zone pens words worth praise
Penning novels is a difficult proposition. More so if the writer is a farmer’s son, hailing from a M...  | Read.. 
Dal spokesman dead
JD(U) spokesperson and high court lawyer Shakeel Ahmad Khan died at Medanta Hospital in New Del...  | Read.. 
 
Promotion reservation to stay in state
The Bihar cabinet today gave its nod to continue reservation in promot...  | Read.. 
Nitish writes to Gogoi on youth murder case
Chief minister Nitish Kumar has written a letter to his Assam counterp...  | Read.. 
Mission moulds tender hearts
help develop economically backward students....  | Read.. 
Green drive bears fruit
If Dashrath Manjhi was the Mountain Man, his disciple Satyendra Manjhi is G...  | Read.. 
Private route to make up revenue loss
The state government is exploring the possibility to engage a private firm ...  | Read.. 
Govt stick for two banks
The state government would not deposit money in two banks for their poor pe...  | Read.. 
Jungle raj taint on Nitish regime
National Commission for Women member Charu Wali Khanna today said Biha...  | Read.. 
3 arrested for attack on police station
Three persons were arrested and an FIR was lodged against around 1,000 peop...  | Read.. 
Demand for new blocks gains steam
The demand for carving out 75 new blocks from districts in Kosi, Seemanch...  | Read.. 
Trauma centre yet in a limbo
The trauma centre at Anugrah Narayan Medical College and Hospital (ANMCH) i...  | Read.. 
Durbar visit sparks life threat
A labour contractor’s visit to the chief minister’s janata durbar to seek j...  | Read.. 
Freedom from tout clout
Raids have relieved residents of the capital of the tout “service”, at leas...  | Read.. 
Drug list must in health hubs
The health department ordered all the government-run medical college hospit...  | Read..
Puff ban chokes on challan
Smokers on Friday puffed their way to glory, as ill-equipped police looked ...  | Read.. 
Neglect cry of martyr kin
Politicians have promised time and again to set up statues to preserve...  | Read.. 
 
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