The Telegraph
Monday , September 17 , 2012
Since 1st March, 1999

Big mart dream spurs debate

Farmers in Bihar have set their sights on foreign funds for a change in their fortune though economists have cast a doubt on it....   | Read..

If state govt permits, capital fit for FDI

The Union government’s decision to open the retail sector to foreign direct investment (FDI) has triggered a nationwide furore. Not only the NDA-led opposition but even some UPA constituents are opposing the move on the ground that it would hit sm...   | Read..

Shower splash on street

Wet weekend over, brace for a damp Monday. Incessant rain will continue in the city and other parts of the state for the next 48 hours....   | Read..

Downpour derails north lifeline

Incessant downpour over the past 48 hours has washed away over 3,000 houses and displaced thousands of families at various blocks in Muzaffarpur and other districts of north Bihar. ...   | Read..

One-stop cardiac care centre for kids

The state is all set to get its maiden dedicated paediatric unit for cardiac complications....   | Read..
Don’t tell chief minister Nitish Kumar. In the season of strife over foreign investment, Lord Ganesh has taken the avatar of Spiderman in Bangalore. T ...  | Read
Credit relaxation for budding techies
The National Institute of Technology will introduce a new credit system from the next academic ses...  | Read.. 
Direct Medina link from today
As many as 125 Haj pilgrims would be on the first direct flight to Medina from Gaya on Monday after...  | Read.. 
Shotgun salvo at ‘nervous’ Singh
Actor-turned-BJP MP Shatrughan Sinha on Sunday said Prime Minister Manmohan...  | Read.. 
History tryst for scholars
A rare opportunity beckons students of history and archaeology research sch...  | Read.. 
Role reversal recipe to harvest community love
Women got a break from their kitchens on Sunday as the men took it on thems...  | Read.. 
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