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Saturday , November 24 , 2012
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ĎBiharís mood is Dil Maange more, we have raised peopleís aspirationsí

petty ó but rampant ó corruption, truancy of pledge, tardy implementation of projects, spurred public aspiration caught in bureaucratic claptrap. At several stops during his extensive Adhikar Yatra over the past couple of months, Nitish Kumar came f...   | Read..

Governance gripe as discontent grows

If Nitish Kumarís stature ó and political clout ó has grown since he took over the reins of the state in November 2005, so have the expectations and aspirations of the people who voted him to power twice. ...   | Read..

Leaders blot on clean crime cap

Innovative speedy trials, confiscation of ill-gotten property of corrupt bureaucrats and proactive action against dreaded history-sheeters in the JD(U) regime emancipated people from the deadly trap of criminals and bahubalis (strongmen)....   | Read..

Steady progress report

From an era when people used to look for streets in the maze of potholes to the one where even a small damaged stretch raises eyebrows, the road sector has witnessed a sea change during the seven-year rule of Nitish Kumar....   | Read..

Tourism sector diversifies

Tourism in Bihar has gone beyond Buddha....   | Read..
Nitish Kumar makes a point during the interview. Picture by Sankarshan Thakur
Rickety past to healthy present
The number says it all. In 2005, just 45 patients on an average used to visit outpatient departments...  | Read.. 
State sows green revolution seeds
Sights set on inclusive growth, the agriculture sector has always been close to the heart of chief m...  | Read.. 
Her voice challenge to masterís
In seven years of Nitish raj, a silent revolution is coursing through Bihar...  | Read.. 
Public right to service gets online edge
A right step in the right direction. That sums up the Right to Public Servi...  | Read.. 
Reality pricks hope balloon
Industrial growth in the state has been slow and unsteady....  | Read.. 
Flood control distant dream
The stateís growth is in the fast lane. The irrigation sector, a key elemen...  | Read.. 
Taste of rural life in towns
Bihar lives in its villages, in more ways than one. ...  | Read.. 
Far cry for model class
British poet and civil servant Thomas Babington Macaulay prescribed a syste...  | Read.. 
Energy sector gropes in dark
Darkness defines the power sector even after Nitish Kumarís seven-year tenu...  | Read.. 
Power corridor graft bugs citizens
The chief minister proposes but several bureaucrats dispose if palms are no...  | Read.. 
Cabinet nod to teachersí posts
The state cabinet on Friday approved creation of 91,239 posts of teachers i...  | Read.. 
Theatres to keep rural fair alive
When in doubt, get the show going. ...  | Read.. 
Public hearing, in true spirit
The public hearing of Chhath stampede was conducted on Friday in the prese...  | Read.. 
Cold to vampires
Fans of Edward Cullen comprised the niche crowd that turned up at the mult...  | Read.. 
Status cry at trade fair
Chief minister Nitish Kumarís special status plea resonated at the India In...  | Read.. 
Babu boost to energy dream
An IIT engineer-turned-bureaucrat has been catapulted to the helm of t...  | Read.. 
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Turf lost for sports sprint
When it comes to a race for sports, Bihar is always far behind. ...  | Read..