The Telegraph
Sunday , September 8 , 2013

Calamity call for double challenge

Chief minister Nitish Kumar is battling a flood that has thrown up challenges much bigger than those the Kosi had in 2008. ...   | Read..

Time to celebrate Teej with zest

Women made a beeline for the markets today to complete their preparations for Teej....   | Read..

Five days on, test of patience for Patliputra

The upscale Patliputra Colony remained under knee-deep water for the fifth consecutive day raising questions about the ability of the authorities to tackle waterlogging. ...   | Read..

Roads galore for better link

The city is expected to get a bounty of road networks over the next few months, ensuring high-speed travel on corridors linking the city with adjoining districts....   | Read..

Cops clueless in rape case

Police are yet to make any breakthrough in the alleged gang rape and murder of a 14-year-old girl....   | Read..
A woman police constable frisks a visitor at Mahavir Sthan in Patna on Saturday. Security was beefed up at the temple near Patna Junction after the state police headquarters received an anonymous call threatening to blow up the temple premises. The call, cops said, had been made on Friday morning after which the alert was sounded. Though cops refrained from providing too much detail, sources said investigations were going on. Picture by Ranjeet Kumar Dey
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