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Monday , July 7 , 2014
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Rain hangover on roads

The first active monsoon weekend left many an upscale area inundated with stinking drains making lives miserable on a cloudy Sunday....   | Read..

Old liquor rule takes fizz out of nightclubs

Party animals couldn’t have asked for more as swinging nightclubs and lounge bars promise a new high for a city about to hit adolescence....   | Read..

French edge for undergrads

French has emerged as the most sought-after language for those yearning to learn a foreign tongue. ...   | Read..

Hiring of mentors in limbo

The fresh session has started in most universities but the state government’s promise to appoint teachers before the new academic year has fallen flat because Raj Bhavan has not yet cleared the statute under which they would be recruited. ...   | Read..

Reminder to fill up posts & buy gadgets

The State Drug Control Administration will send another reminder to State Health Society and Bihar Medical Services and Infra...   | Read..
A youth takes control of the football in a friendly soccer tie at Gandhi Maidan in Patna on Sunday. Picture by Jai Prakash
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Bridge maintenance policy on govt radar
The road construction department is planning to come up with a bridge maintenance policy. ...  | Read.. 
Nepal showers prompt flood alert
Heavy downpour in the last 48 hours in the catchment areas of Nepal has led to a flood-like situatio...  | Read.. 
Team to probe patient death
The death of a patient on the operating table of Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial ...  | Read.. 
Junior doc strike hits services
A strike by junior doctors at Darbhanga Medical College and Hospital since ...  | Read.. 
Blast jitters call for hi-tech security
Security at the World Heritage Mahabodhi Mahavihara has been tightened a ye...  | Read.. 
Cops look for woman role in Red attack
Senior police officers are trying to ascertain whether or not CRPF deputy c...  | Read.. 
Bhagalpur misses a people-friendly civil servant
The fight against poor power supply and high-handedness of private power co...  | Read.. 
Women remain soft targets
The crime against women has steadily increased in the second term of the J...  | Read.. 
Measures to tackle ragging remain on paper
Patna University is still miles away so far as adopting anti-ragging measur...  | Read.. 
Pension pang in hub of social studies
The retired teaching and non-teaching staff of AN Sinha Institute of Social...  | Read.. 
Medicine scam in hospital
An inquiry into the alleged irregularities in the purchase of drugs during ...  | Read.. 
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