The Telegraph
Friday , May 27 , 2016

Promotion stuck in PU riddle

Over 150 teachers of Patna University face an uncertain future because their promotions are stuck.   | Read..

Extortion call made to frame rival

Police on Thursday claimed that an extortion call made to city-based child specialist, Hemant Kumar Gupta, was part of a plot to frame someone.   | Read..

Top grade for varsity, second 'A' in state

Central University of South Bihar has been awarded grade A by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) on Wednesday evening, adding another feather to its cap.   | Read..


The central government, while declaring the names of 13 cities selected through a fast-track competition under the smart city mission on Tuesday,  announced a second...   | Read..

Less rain in dry state

Bihar is likely to get 10 per cent deficient rainfall this season.   | Read..

Focus on doctor security in PMCH panel meet

An eight-member committee constituted by the health department met on Thursday at Patna Medical College and Hospital (PMCH) to discuss the issues that are disrupting its...   | Read..

Harass heat on officer

A medical officer at a sub-divisional hospital in Dehri (Rohtas) has written a letter to the hospital superintendent stating she was harassed by the station house-officer...   | Read..

Lalu critical of Modi rule

RJD chief Lalu Prasad on Thursday tore into Prime Minister Narendra Modi, accusing him of neglecting real development and instead laying down the proverbial red carpet for...   | Read..

Fear keeps Khoruni indoors

Kanchan Devi (43) is one of many injured when the police and public fought a pitched battle at Khoruni on May 22, during the eighth round of polling for panchayat polls.   | Read..

Manjhi convoy caught in mob arson

Police resorted to firing to disperse a mob, which had indulged in arson and stone pelting on the security personnel at Dumaria under Sherghat sub-division of the district...   | Read..

Cong crime jab at CM

Congress spokesperson Rita Bahuguna Joshi today expressed worry over the deteriorating law and order situation in the state and asked chief minister Nitish Kumar to check...   | Read..

Succession battle hardly rattles Sharad

The Nitish Kumar-led JDU today retained former party chief Sharad Yadav and bureaucrat-turned-politician RCP Singh as its candidates for the Rajya Sabha, leaving out...   | Read..
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