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Tuesday , July 22 , 2014

Civic body axe on illegal flats

Patna Municipal Corporation on Monday started demolition of one floor of the Lila Janki Villa apartment at Raiji Ki Gali in the Boring Canal Road area....   | Read..

Team to investigate police firing

A high-level team comprising a principal secretary and additional director-general of police has been sent to Madanpur in Aurangabad district today to inquire into the police firing on Saturday, which left two persons dead and five others injure...   | Read..

Dal unease at overtures to RJD

Former chief minister Nitish Kumar is going for what the BJP calls “Jungle Raj II” — a grand alliance of the JDU, RJD and Congress for the bypolls to 10 Assembly seats in August....   | Read..

Nitish on Linkedin to connect with Bihar expats

Social to business — former chief minister Nitish Kumar has ushered in a change in his networking platform by joining a business-oriented website, in an apparent bid to connect with professionals from Bihar settled abroad. ...   | Read..


Though there was no rainfall, the women splashed water at each other. The event hall was decorated with green balloons, plant...   | Read..

New journey for freshers

It was the induction programme for freshers and Partha Pratim Chakrabarti, the IIT-Kharagpur director, who joined IIT-Patna a...   | Read..
Dharam Deo Sharma, the professor of marketing, Stockholm School of Economics, addresses students of Chandragupt Institute of Management Patna (CIMP) on Monday. Sharma was invited to the institute to motivate the students to take up research with top class institutions. Sharma has been into teaching and academics for a long time and has conducted courses in marketing, international business and organisational behaviour. He has also been actively engaged in research since 1976. Addressing the students, Sharma said how the education system in Sweden differs from that of India as a lot emphasis is given on projects and self-learning rather than theory. The idea of teaching is to bridge the gap between theory and practice. By observing the positive changes in Bihar, Sharma talked about positive points of Sweden that has helped it transformed to a developed nation. Text by Roshan Kumar, picture by Jai Prakash
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War song on lips, Pirates ready to take field
Skills apart, Patna Pirates, the city team in the Pro Kabaddi Premier League (KPL), would have the s...  | Read.. 
Sadhu says cash for poll expenses
Former RJD MP Anirudh Prasad alias Sadhu Yadav on Monday said Rs 39 lakh cash, which had been recove...  | Read.. 
Gaya pads up to host IPL-style cricket league
Cricketers from Gaya, other parts of Bihar and Jharkhand are getting ready ...  | Read.. 
New DM to focus on people’s woes
Manish Kumar Verma on Monday took charge as new district magistrate (DM) ...  | Read.. 
Mayor wins council trust
Purnea mayor Kaniz Raza on Monday defeated the no-confidence motion as only...  | Read.. 
Clean water hope hits roadblock
Residents have a longer wait ahead of them for clean and round-the-clock wa...  | Read.. 
Extra men & practice to fight rebels
The Jamui administration, in a letter to the police headquarters, has sough...  | Read.. 

Bihar at a glance


Court seeks rehab plans


Valuables lost in train loot


Boys drown


Project prod


Braille books


Saran cop