The Telegraph
Saturday , April 18 , 2015

IIT gets director in 10 minutes

IIT-Patna, running without a dedicated head for almost a year, got a director in just 10 minutes.   | Read..

Police open to flat blast NIA probe

The state police are convinced of a Maoist hand in the Bahadurpur flat blast case and said the National Investigating Agency was welcome to probe it if they wanted to.   | Read..

Dapper musician to return for Baisakhi festival

Residents would be able to enjoy a performance by singer-composer Salim Merchant for a second time in less than a month, courtesy the Patna Sahib Mahotsava beginning this...   | Read..

Murder poser on gas supply

The recent murder of LPG cylinder agent Ajay Yadav has left around 10,000 customers in the lurch, as the agency has downed shutters after the incident.   | Read..

Terror alert prompts extra cover

The Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) has started round-the-clock patrolling at Raxaul near the India-Nepal border to thwart attempts of suspected Lashkar-e-Toiba operatives to...   | Read..

Mayor arrest delay irks activist

Dinesh Singh, a lawyer-cum-RTI activist, has raised questions over the delay in the arrest of Bhagalpur mayor Dipak Bhubania, allegedly evading arrest in a case for 22 years.   | Read..

Security personnel rescue birds

Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) personnel of the Pantoka border outpost near Raxaul in East Champaran with a consignment of 21 birds that was being smuggled to Patna for sale, on...   | Read..

Teachers' pay parity call

The indefinite strike call by contract teachers took centre stage in the Bihar Legislative Council again on Friday when BJP MLC Nawal Kishore Yadav, while moving an...   | Read..

Adjournments hint at sine die before April 22

The soaring political temperature has resulted in parties increasingly getting disoriented with the proceedings of the House in the current session.   | Read..

Nitish asks BJP to explain 'flag episode'

Chief minister Nitish Kumar today took strong exception to waving of Pakistani flag by a separatist leader in PDP-BJP ruled Jammu and Kashmir and charged the saffron party...   | Read..

Medicine shortage rocks Assembly

Medicine shortage in government hospitals rocked the Assembly today.   | Read..

Sharad to lunch with Mufti in Jammu

JDU president Sharad Yadav will meet Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, his former Janata Dal colleague who is now in alliance with the BJP, on...   | Read..

Police refuse to lodge snatch FIR

The law and order situation has dipped further.   | Read..

Honour for super writers

Students pose with their prizes after the winners of The Telegraph Super Writer Contest was announced on Friday.   | Read..

City round-up

Principal secretary, health, Brajesh Mehrotra on Friday emphasised on the need to generate mass awareness about diabetes, at a meeting    | Read..

Hotels start Kalchakra bookings early

The 34th Kalchakra Puja to be led by the Dalai Lama in January next year has brought Bodhgaya hoteliers good fortune in advance.   | Read..
Amish, the author who revived readers’ interest in mythology with his Shiva trilogy, in...   | Read..
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