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Saturday , November 7 , 2015

The (unlikely) negotiator

This is the story of the negotiator of this election. He belongs to no political party, has zero political lineage and next to no grooming in rough and tumble. But he has bargained artfully with...   | Read..

Leaders unwind, voters miss attention

Nitish Kumar ate dosa with close friends at Bansi Bihar - his favourite south Indian restaurant on Patna's Fraser Road - after concluding his month-long hectic campaign and...   | Read..

Decade decoder

Ashok Rai's father lived on a boat that used to ferry passengers on the Ganga and Gandak surrounding his village in Vaishali. He raised cattle too like his ancestors. Ashok...   | Read..

Mob attacks officer's vehicle

Patna superintendent of police (east) Dhurat Sayali Sablaram had a narrow escape this evening when a mob allegedly attacked her official vehicle, pelting it with stones and...   | Read..

School's gift to girl: 'She's mischievous'

Darshan Vihar Patna Central School in Patna City on Friday issued a statement in which they named the student who had alleged rape by school administrator Pawan Kumar and...   | Read..

Mobile app to reach out to civic agency

Patna Municipal Corporation (PMC) would launch a mobile app after Diwali for residents to lodge complaints.   | Read..

Chill out boys, before it gets chilling

The political fraternity of Bihar is loosening up after days of labour.   | Read..

Astrologers' day out before Sunday

Astrologers and religious ceremonies to ring in luck were the order of the day after an election in which superstitions were scoffed at.   | Read..

Twin murders over love affair

A 20-year-old girl and her boyfriend were killed in a Samastipur village, around 100km north of Patna, on Friday morning.   | Read..

Tech cradle courses bag recognition for two years

The National Board of Accreditation has accredited five BTech courses of NIT Patna for two years.   | Read..

Patna round-up

Sports meet   | Read..

CBSE bins assessment experiment

The decision of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) to do away with the Problem Solving Assessment (PSA) test in classes IX and XI from this year has come as a...   | Read..
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