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Thursday , September 4 , 2014

The dirty picture

What high court Justice VN Sinha may have seen that made ...   | Read..

10-day religious trip on tracks

IRCTC-Patna is offering a 10-day “religious tour package” for visits to Shirdi, Dwarka, Somnath and Ujjain starting November 7....   | Read..

Minister stick for hoarders

Food and consumer protection minister Shyam Rajak has called for stringent action against black marketeers and hoarders despite the chief minister’s alleged stand of going slow on them....   | Read..

CM flip-flop skips Nitish eyes

The chief minister is repeatedly putting his foot in the mouth but there’s no word from his no-nonsense predecessor Nitish Kumar who’s busy chalking ways to fight Narendra Modi’s promises word for word. ...   | Read..

Extortion slur on Anant

Police seem to be in no hurry to probe a case of extortion lodged against Mokama’s JDU MLA Anant Kumar Singh and his associat...   | Read..
Commuters wait for autorickshaws at Kargil Chowk in Patna on Wednesday. Picture by Ashok Sinha
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Call to solve land disputes
The police headquarters has directed superintendents of police (SPs) to dispose of all pending land ...  | Read.. 
Progress on diarrhoea control
The state accounts for 23,000 child deaths every year owing to diarrhoea — 10 per cent of the total ...  | Read.. 
Strike pain in daily rigour
Commuting turned painful on Wednesday as the autorickshaw strike entered th...  | Read.. 
Early start to Chhath preparations
Patna district administration has begun preparing for Chhath even though th...  | Read.. 
Waste project on track
The empowered PMC standing committee on Wednesday decided to start the equi...  | Read..