The Telegraph
Sunday , September 15 , 2013

Power flip-flop keeps Nitish on edge

Vidyut Bhavan, the power companiesí headquarters, remained the epicentre for the second consecutive day as hundreds of engineers and power union members gathered to protest Fridayís police brutality....   | Read..

Brace for muggy weather

The Met department has ruled out any respite from the extreme sultry weather conditions prevailing in the city over the past week....   | Read..

Prayers for world peace to conquer fear & panic

Delegates of the International Buddhist Confederation today prayed for world peace under the Bodhi tree at Mahabodhi Mahavihara here. ...   | Read..

Dark brush with reality

A power cut during chief minister Nitish Kumarís address at a health conclave organised by the JD(U) health cell at Rabindra Bhavan today reflected the energy crisis in the state. ...   | Read..

Udhampur puzzle hinges on arrest

Sanjay Singh of Paliganj, once arrested, could help unearth why all fake arms licences lead to Udhampur district in Jamm...   | Read..
Employees prevent Bihar State Power (Holding) Company Ltd chairperson-cum-managing director Sandeep Poundrik (extreme right) from entering Vidyut Bhavan in Patna on Saturday. Picture by Ranjeet Kumar Dey
Power flip-flop keeps Nitish on edge
Safety first in tragedy village
The children of Dharmasati-Gandaman village have started to take their own water bottles to sch...  | Read.. 
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