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Friday , June 9 , 2017

Seven-year wait over

The flight of 142 stairs at Golghar, the iconic granary built by the British in 1786, will soon again take visitors to the top to get a panoramic view of Patna.   | Read..

Cop trio held for kidnap & ATM fraud

When a special Muzaffarpur police team barged into a college on Thursday to rescue an abducted boy, they were stunned to see that the three kidnappers were cops.   | Read..

Result whip soon on teachers, officials

The education department, facing flak over the Intermediate result shock, will crack the whip on teachers and officials.   | Read..

More reasons to go to the zoo

Merry-go-rounds, spring jump, baby train, baby swings, climbers and slides - kids can look forward to all this and more at a new children's park spread across 5 acres at...   | Read..

Ban on PMC poll victory procession

The administration has banned victory processions on roads on Friday - after the Patna Municipal Corporation (PMC) poll results are declared - apprehending violence.   | Read..

Super-specialty hub cheer for health

Ramakrishna Mission Sevashrama has stepped in with a 100-bed super-specialty hospital in Muzaffarpur in a state suffering from a shortage of medical facilities.   | Read..

Probe finds Pak link

Investigations carried out by different intelligence agencies have confirmed that Farmullah Ansari, arrested from Raxaul in East Champaran district on Sunday, is a...   | Read..

Infrastructure cloud on smart scheme

The state education department has decided to launch "smart" virtual classrooms in government schools.   | Read..

Raghuvansh slams CM on education

The RJD is continuing with its attack on the Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) results despite the strong defence put forward by chief minister Nitish Kumar.   | Read..

Dal drops Murmu hint

Chief minister Nitish Kumar is likely to go with the NDA if it makes Jharkhand governor Droupadi Murmu its candidate for the post of President, JDU insiders have revealed.   | Read..

SC relief on liquor stock

The Supreme Court today said Indian made foreign liquor (IMFL) dealers/manufacturers are free to dispose of their existing stock outside Bihar till July 31.   | Read..
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