The Telegraph
Wednesday , March 25 , 2015

Governor plea to work hard on progress path

The three-day Bihar Divas ceremony celebrating the 103rd year of the state's foundation ended on Tuesday with Governor Keshari Nath Tripathi urging the people to work hard to place Bihar in the...   | Read..

Tourism film tribute to Aryabhatta

The celebrations of Bihar Divas have ended at Gandhi Maidan but not on YouTube.   | Read..

Cash-for-promotion cry

The trouble for Ramanuj Prasad - the suspended principal of a city's reputable public school - deepened with a fresh complaint lodged against him.   | Read..

Delhi to decide future

The regional office of the CBSE has filed a report with its Delhi headquarters against DAV BSEB after its principal was made an accused for running an exam racket.   | Read..

Youths welcome freedom ruling

The Supreme Court on Tuesday declared Section 66A of the Information Technology Act as “unconstitutional” and struck it down. The court said such a rule...   | Read..

Joy of donation & old pals

Seven doctors from the Kurji Holy Family Hospital in Digha arrived at St Xavier's College last Tuesdayto conduct a blood donation camp.   | Read..

CBSE glare on sexual abuse in schools

The Central Board of Secondary Education has moved to check sexual abuse of schoolchildren on campuses after taking a tough stand on cyber-bullying and ragging.   | Read..

Stress on survey to zero in on TB cases

The government is afraid it does not have records of at least one lakh tuberculosis patients and the health minister has called for a proper survey to find the exact figure.   | Read..

Robbers kill man for valuables

A middle-aged man was killed and a minor girl suffered injuries in an indiscriminate firing by a group of criminals, who escaped with cash and valuables worth Rs 30 lakh in...   | Read..

AIIMS relieves trauma doc

AIIMS-Patna has finally relieved Dr Vijay Sheel Gautam, head, trauma and emergency department of the hospital.   | Read..

Salute to decades of political service

Susashan Babu, as chief minister Nitish Kumar is widely referred to for resurrecting Bihar from the plunge of lawlessness nearly 10 years ago, has completed 30 years of...   | Read..

Manjhi's Nitish criticism continues

Jitan Ram Manjhi continued his diatribe against Nitish Kumar in Bhagalpur on Tuesday a day after accusing the state government of promoting "estimate scam" in...   | Read..

MLAs unite over scarcity of teachers

MLAS cutting across party lines today raised the issue of the plight of education in government schools in the Assembly, complaining about inadequate number of teachers in...   | Read..

BJP funds plea in Delhi court

Chief minister Nitish Kumar and the BJP are engaged in one-upmanship over the recommendations of the 14th Finance Commission.   | Read..

Ramdhani takes swine flu swipe at Gujarat

The Nitish Kumar government today debunked Narendra Modi for very high deaths due to swine flu in Gujarat - the state he ruled before becoming the Prime Minister - against...   | Read..

Govt clears salary hike for engineers

The state government today decided to increase the monthly remuneration of assistant engineers from the existing Rs 20,000 to Rs 27,000.   | Read..

Bandh call for police inaction

Several political and non-political organisations have called a dawn-to-dusk Dhaka bandh on Wednesday in protest against alleged police inaction to arrest the accused in a...   | Read..

Jairam slams PM bill stand

Senior Congress leader Jairam Ramesh today slammed Prime Minister Narendra Modi for claiming that amendments in 13 laws under the land acquisition bill were brought by the...   | Read..
Members of Shah Azimabad Children Welfare and Educational Trust, Patna City, clean the...   | Read..
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