The Telegraph
Thursday , December 17 , 2015
 
Bihar
 

Toxic city but no one cares

If Delhi is polluted, so is Patna. But if there's hope for a better tomorrow for Delhi, any such prospect eludes Patna.   | Read..
 

Murders, loot punch holes in govt claim

A series of crimes in the past two days - Tuesday and Wednesday - sent shockwaves through the city, exposing the new regimes' tall claims of governance and security.   | Read..
 

Seat cheer for law school aspirants

Students willing to pursue law courses from reputable institutions through Common Law Aptitude Test (Clat) have something to cheer about from next year.   | Read..
 

Youngsters aspire for model roles

Nineteen-year-old Meenakshi Sharma, a first year BSc (zoology) student at Patna Science College, is confident while she waits for her turn to walk the ramp at a preliminary...   | Read..
 

Events galore at NIFT fest

National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT) Patna's three-day inter-centre sports, cultural and literary meet, Converge 2015, got underway at the Mithapur campus on...   | Read..
 

Airport canvas for new artists

Airport Authority of India (AAI) is set to start an art gallery on the Gaya airport premises to encourage budding artists.   | Read..
 

Old shadow on new biz summit

The state is set to organise yet another "Bihar Entrepreneurship Summit" on March 21, though decisions taken at the last such event are yet to be implemented.   | Read..
 

Assets charge on officer

The state vigilance bureau has lodged an FIR against Katihar motor vehicle inspector Kaushal Kishore Tripathi in a corruption case.   | Read..
 

Govt seeks reforms in varsities

The state education department has asked universities to maintain the academic calendar carefully and launch job-oriented courses.   | Read..
 

Landline phones to fight graft

Miffed over the delay in completion of projects, water resources minister Rajiv Ranjan Singh alias Lallan Singh has come up with an idea to keep tab on his field officials.   | Read..
 

Shotgun fires for Kejriwal

BJP MP Shatrughan Sinha on Wednesday questioned the manner in which the CBI raided the office of Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal.   | Read..
 
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