The Telegraph
Monday , July 11 , 2016

Roads lead to nowhere

Boosting Bihar's road network has been a major contributor to Nitish Kumar's reputation but 11 years after he first took charge as chief minister, claims of six-hour connectivity to Patna from any...   | Read..

Artery makeover on

Work has begun on beautification of the Gola Road-Saguna Mor stretch of Bailey Road.   | Read..

Unlikely support for babus

State government officials - who often draw flak for inefficiency and corruption - found support from deputy chief minister Tejashwi Yadav on Sunday .   | Read..

Nitish 'coiled snake' barb at Centre

Chief minister Nitish Kumar on Sunday wondered why the Centre was "sitting like a coiled snake" on the state government's proposal to accord scheduled tribe (ST)...   | Read..

Cops crack Ara murder case

Bhojpur police claimed to have achieved a breakthrough in the murder case of a local trader Munna Sai following the arrest of three persons from Ara on Sunday.   | Read..

PMCH docs, staff cry security neglect

The security arrangements at Patna Medical College and Hospital leave a lot to be desired.   | Read..

Patna round-up

Toddy protest   | Read..
Telugu Titans (in yellow) in action against Dabang Delhi at a Pro Kabaddi league match...   | Read..
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