The Telegraph
Wednesday , February 8 , 2017
CIMA Gallary

Train derailments on NIA radar

National Investigation Agency (NIA) today got remand of three accused in the train derailment case in Kanpur and the alleged role of Pakistan's covert agency the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI)...   | Read..

Elderly burnt over land row

A 70-year-old woman was allegedly burnt to death on Tuesday over a land dispute in Nawada, around 120km southeast of Patna.   | Read..

Tejashwi push to bridge speed

Deputy chief minister Tejashwi Yadav met railway minister Suresh Prabhu in New Delhi on Tuesday and sought his intervention to expedite construction of 53 road over-bridges...   | Read..

Lifer plan for state dry law

The state government is planning to make prohibition laws harsher by incorporating life sentence into it for persons involved in large-scale smuggling and bootlegging.   | Read..

Seniors want higher attendance in Houses

Senior politicians, including chief minister Nitish Kumar, on Tuesday appealed to legislators to spend more time in the legislature to ensure the quorum for legislative...   | Read..

Keep woollens out, chill in sight

Residents should be ready to keep their woollens out for some more days because the minimum temperature is expected to drop by 3°C for a fresh western disturbance.   | Read..

Centre's hurdle in Metro run

The Centre's decision to formulate a new policy for setting up Metro railway projects in select cities is set to further delay Patna's project.   | Read..

PU teachers raise promotion cry

Patna University (PU) teachers are up in arms against the varsity administration's alleged discriminatory attitude in promoting only a few teachers.   | Read..

Property dealer's clean-street mission

Desire to see Patna as clean as it was during the Prakash Utsav celebrations has moved a resident to take matters in his own hands.   | Read..

Foot overbridge safety for pupils

The city is poised to get another foot overbridge.   | Read..

Nitish speaks on scam blot & lessons

Last year's topper scam had blemished the name of the Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) but the government has taken corrective steps since, chief minister Nitish Kumar...   | Read..

ID cards for street vendors

The government will give footpath vendors operating in Patna designated space to work from and identity cards in a bid to regulate them in the growing city.   | Read..

Action plan for clean air

The Bihar State Pollution Control Board will prepare a clean air action plan for implementation in the state over the next couple of months.   | Read..

Deer skin hints at poaching

Poachers are back in Valmiki Tiger Reserve.   | Read..

Students shine on stage & ground

Festivities and events continued on the city campuses a week after Republic Day, as institutions celebrated foundation day with dance and skits. Some students exhibited...   | Read..

Patna Roundup

Gyan Niketan celebrated eco-friendly day on its Gola Road campus on Tuesday.   | Read..
Shiv Narayan Singh - the chief commissioner of customs for Bihar, Jharkhand and Lucknow -...   | Read..
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