The Telegraph
Friday , May 22 , 2015

Pack bags for dream destinations

The early summer vacations and ongoing Celsius-torture have triggered a rush towards cooler climes.  Kathmandu and Pokhara, unsurprisingly, are missing from the list this time. The tremors,...   | Read..

Calm cable ride to Shanti Stupa soon

The cable ride to Vishwa Shanti Stupa atop Ratnagiri hills at Rajgir would soon be a cool affair with the installation of detachable cabin ropeway.   | Read..

Hassled victim avoids cops

Police today claimed that businessman Sudhir Kumar (40) had submitted a written complaint at Chowk police station and an FIR had been lodged on its basis.   | Read..

BJP blames govt for Setu woman death

An FIR was lodged against 18 home guard personnel and 150 unidentified people today, while the BJP blamed the state government for the death of an ailing Siwan woman after...   | Read..

Strike hurts critical patients

A strike of junior doctors at Darbhanga Medical College and Hospital (DMCH) from Thursday has left patients in the lurch as the health hub refused to take fresh emergency...   | Read..

Computer course for poor

Rural youths will get basic computer training.   | Read..

NIT guide for engineering aspirants

NIT-Patna would soon have a help centre to guide engineering aspirants to choose the branch and institute based on their JEE Mains score.   | Read..

Set sail for Varanasi on luxury cruise

Travel enthusiasts in the city would soon be able to visit Varanasi on a cruise ship.   | Read..

$250mn loan for teachers

World Bank has approved $250-million (around Rs 16,000 crore) loan to the state government for enhancing teachers' training work at elementary schools.   | Read..

Monsoon pain blame on plastic in drains

Every monsoon, people in the city grimace at the sight of waterlogged streets and overflowing garbage but never stop to think it's them who are to blame for the nuisance.   | Read..

Muslims gift temple land

Two Muslim families from Kundwa village near Kesariya in East Champaran district, around 130km north of Patna, are providing land for construction of a Virat Ramayan temple.   | Read..

AES cases soar with Celsius, one dead

Muzaffarpur, May 21: Acute encephalitis syndrome (AES) has resurfaced in Muzaffarpur and adjoining north Bihar districts, as the mercury marches towards the dreaded 40°C mark.   | Read..
Congress leaders CP Joshi, Shakeel Ahmad and Ashok Choudhary pay tributes to Rajiv Gandhi on the...   | Read..
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