The Telegraph
Tuesday , March 25 , 2014

Ground gets its greenery back, walkers their favourite space

The city’s landmark has been bestowed its original charm....   | Read..

Madarpur back to normal

Twelve people have been arrested for Saturday’s clash between hostel inmates and residents in Madarpur area, while Section 144 was lifted on Sunday....   | Read..

Traffic lessons for commuters to dot skyline

Big, prominently placed and in the face. That’s how police have planned to display hoardings to educate the public on traffic signage in the city’s thoroughfares and major roundabouts. ...   | Read..

Classes resume in tech cradle

Classes resumed at Muzaffarpur Institute of Technology (MIT) on Monday but the officials banned seniors’ entry into the juniors’ hostel rooms after clashes between student groups closed the institute for a month-and-a-half. ...   | Read..

Panel submits Kosi report

A commission of inquiry, constituted to probe the breach in embankment at Kusaha in the Kosi region in August 2008, submitted...   | Read..
Artistes from Kerala Sumudra Group perform the Cosmic Shiva dance at SK Memorial Hall on the concluding day of Bihar Diwas on Monday. The dance symbolised the interplay of dynamic and static divine energy flow. Governor DY Patil was the chief guest at the function. Sitar player Shujaat Hussain Khan too performed on the occasion that ended with the Rhythm of Bihar. At Ravindra Bhavan, students from government colleges presented a cultural programme and Bhojpuri Lok Sangeet. At Premchand Rangashala, artistes presented a folk play depicting the social evil plaguing the society. Text by Roshan Kumar, picture by Jai Prakash
Zero to MBA students hits test
The first-year MBA students of Patna University on Monday prevented examinees of other postgraduate ...  | Read.. 
Protest pricks Parveen roadshow
Former state minister and Aam Aadmi Party leader Parveen Amanullah on Monday filed nomination for th...  | Read.. 
Missed call service to plug missing links
Abdul Bari Siddiqui has done an Arvind Kejriwal, or even a Narendra Modi, a...  | Read.. 
Job plight for schoolteacher
The next month’s Lok Sabha elections would be a nightmare for Mohammad...  | Read.. 
Tech eye on rebels during elections
Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) would keep an eye on Maoists — who hav...  | Read.. 
Defiant Lalmuni spurns sops
Veteran BJP leader Lalmuni Chaubey today spurned the party’s sops to p...  | Read.. 
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Bihar at a glance


HC turns heat on slaughterhouses


Order on cowsheds


Child growth


Arms seizure


Anti-puff pat


MCI team visit