The Telegraph
Monday , June 6 , 2016

Nitish faces twin-house heat

Chief minister Nitish Kumar on Sunday cited the rulebook to defend his decision to keep two bungalows in Patna for himself, even as Sushil Kumar Modi - the main Opposition leader to raise the issue...   | Read..

Kidnap, gang-rape in SUV

Six men in an SUV abducted a couple outside the Hathidah railway station on Saturday evening, beat up the husband, gang-raped the woman in the moving car and dumped them...   | Read..

Server snag hits online exam centre

More than 300 Staff Selection Commission (SSC) examinees staged a protest at the exam centre here on Sunday demanding cancellation of the test because of poor Internet...   | Read..

Topper scam: CM vows action

Chief minister Nitish Kumar on Sunday promised harsh action against those responsible for manipulating the Bihar School Examination Board examination process, a day after...   | Read..

Patna round-up

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Ex-chief points at open secret

AKP Yadav, former chairman of the Bihar School of Examination Board (BSEB), in an exclusive interview with Roshan Kumar shares his views on the crisis over the BSEB results.   | Read..
Nitish faces twin-house heat
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