The Telegraph
Sunday , June 29 , 2014

Frequent power cuts hit people & traders

Frequent power cuts in the past few days have left people, especially shopkeepers and industrialists, in the dark....   | Read..

Child nutrition

The breastfeeding percentage at the districtís medical college and hospital has increased from 4 per cent in January to 43 per cent now, the nodal officer of a project on young child nutrition said today. ...   | Read..

CM for soft approach to rebels

Chief minister Jitan Ram Manjhi advocated a soft approach to Maoists while speaking to the media today....   | Read..

Food centre hope for maize tillers

The governmentís failure to fix minimum support price of maize and reduced exports have dealt a blow to farmers in the Kosi, eastern Bihar and Seemanchal regions. ...   | Read..

Specialist posts repel doctors

Specialist doctors are either underutilised or underpaid in the state that badly needs their expert services in the go...   | Read..
Students of Tender Hearts International take part in a fancy dress competition in Patna City on Saturday. Picture by Sachin
Jail for Gates health staff
Manhandling and subsequent jail of two surveyors of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation here ...  | Read.. 
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