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Thursday , February 18 , 2016
 
Bihar
 

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Brute reality strikes idyllic campus life

“Anti-nationals”, “pro-Pakistan”, “terrorists” — these labels are haunting students of JNU. Hundreds of boys and girls from Bihar study at different...   | Read..
 

Decade of economic documentation

The Bihar Vikas Mission is not the first attempt of chief minister Nitish Kumar to use "outside" help on a government job.   | Read..
 

Multi-level parking starts next week

On February 24, chief minister Nitish Kumar will inaugurate the much-delayed multi-level parking facility at Buddha Smriti Park and 140 buses to run as public transport in...   | Read..
 

Pest threat over litchis this year too

North Bihar's famed production of Shahi and China litchi varieties is under threat of pests, and the farmers say the administration and scientists' indifference has left...   | Read..
 

Rape-accused MLA seeks bail

A petition was filed in a court in Nalanda district's Biharsharif on Wednesday seeking anticipatory bail for suspended RJD MLA Raj Ballabh Prasad, who is accused of...   | Read..
 

Woman 'sold' to porn makers

A newlywed woman from Bihar's Saran district has alleged that her in-laws in Haryana sold her off to porn filmmakers.   | Read..
 

NIFT students ready for a wide fun Spectrum

Students from 10 Patna colleges will participate in the National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT)-Patna's two-day annual fest, Spectrum 2016, which starts from...   | Read..
 

Pay demand unites teachers

University and college teachers from Bihar, Jharkhand, Bengal and Odisha will soon meet to work out a strategy for their long-pending demand for pay parity with central...   | Read..
 

Rap on CM for drought neglect

Senior RJD leader Raghuvansh Prasad Singh yet again put chief minister Nitish Kumar in the dock, accusing the state government of not sending drought-related reports to the...   | Read..
 

Tech eye on power progress

The Bihar State Power Holding Company has decided to use cellphones to keep a tab on groundwork, as they aim at providing free electricity connections to over five million...   | Read..
 

Bihar's heritage, in an atlas

The state government will publish a book - Archaeological Atlas - containing information about 160 archaeological sites in Bihar.   | Read..
 

Seven vows' meet tomorrow

Chief minister Nitish Kumar will preside over a cabinet meeting on Friday to take stock of updates on his "Saat Nishchay" (seven resolves).   | Read..
 
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