The Telegraph
Sunday , November 30 , 2014

Nitish takes on Modi’s ‘deceit’

Nitish Kumar today ended his Sampark Yatra with an attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi for making false promises before the Lok Sabha polls and coming up with new ones now for the Assembly elections. ...   | Read..

BJP eyes Purvanchal vote pie

The BJP is keen not to repeat the mistake it committed during the last state elections — ignoring the burgeoning political clout of Purvanchali voters — with an eye on the upcoming Assembly polls in Delhi....   | Read..

Runaway schoolboy runs out of luck

An 11-year-old runaway boy was recovered from Buddha Colony police station area late last evening. ...   | Read..

Baby lost, eyes live on through deed of humanity

Eye donations are rare. Rarer still is a baby donor....   | Read..

Save-lake mission

The two-day Motijheel Mahotsav started today in Motihari to create awareness among people on how to preserve the lake an...   | Read..
The 1974 batches of St Xavier’s High School and St Michael’s High School at an alumni meet aboard the MV Ganga Vihar on Saturday. It was a mome ...  | Read
Rare museum relics only a click away
Historians and scholars would no longer need to sift through age-old manuscripts at Patna Museu...  | Read.. 
Culture showcase on stage
St Michael’s High School today celebrated Annual Day-Celebration of Celebrities to mark Pandit ...  | Read.. 
Complaints call for cyber crime cell revival
Police are contemplating to reopen its cyber crime cell, closed a couple o...  | Read.. 
Power fillip for state in summer
Come April 2015, the state is poised to get an additional 132MW of pow...  | Read.. 
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