The Telegraph
Monday , July 17 , 2017

Shandar claim, grim reality

Education minister Ashok Choudhary seems in denial about the state of learning in Bihar, if his comments on Sunday are anything to go by.   | Read..

Longer wait for monsoon revival

The Met department foresees no system that can bring monsoon back to life soon in the state, forcing people to bear the scorching sun for a few more days.   | Read..

AIDS patients' funds stuck in red tape

Sujata (name changed), an AIDS patient, who lives in the city's Gulzarbagh area, has been running from pillar to post since the past seven months to avail the benefits of...   | Read..

Result delay triggers panic

A delay in the results of bachelor in fine arts (BFA) course at the College of Arts and Crafts has put students in a spot of bother.   | Read..

Beggars to bootleggers for quick buck

Differently abled persons surviving on alms have turned to bootlegging in Bihar, police have found after arresting two of them in Madbhubani district.   | Read..

Aadhaar rider for TB cash benefit

People eligible for cash benefits under the Revised National Tuberculosis Control Programme now need to produce Aadhaar card as proof of identity of the patient.   | Read..

Six yatris from Bihar die

At least six of the 16 Amarnath yatra pilgrims who died on Sunday when their bus skidded off the Jammu-Srinagar highway were from Bihar.   | Read..

Women must have right over choice

Walking through the streets of Danapur, my ears are filled with the voices of exuberant young girls. Contrary to the timid behaviour that much of society expects of women,...   | Read..

Vaccine launch

The health ministry will launch the PCV (pneumococcal conjugate vaccine) in 17 districts of Bihar, till now only available in the private sector, under the universal...   | Read..

Tribunal cloud over Ganga projects

A National Green Tribunal (NGT) order banning development work within 100m of the Ganga has put a question mark on river development projects in progress along the city's...   | Read..

Centre for society uplift

Total 96 candidates from the Scheduled Caste & Scheduled Tribe community in Bihar visualised their dream coming true on being inducted in to the seventh batch of...   | Read..

Monsoon hurdle for power push

Nature has come in the way of efforts to complete the rural electrification work by October 31 in Bihar.   | Read..

Mango traders shot at in Bhagalpur

Two mango traders in Bhagalpur were shot at and critically injured early on Sunday morning when five assailants opened fire at them.   | Read..

Maoists 'drive out' villagers

Residents of four villages in Jamui, around 250km south-east ofPatna, have taken shelter on the premises of Barhat police station in the district because of lurking threat...   | Read..

Centre heeds Bihar's call

The Centre is mulling an upward revision of daily wages paid to job cardholders who work under Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA) schemes,...   | Read..
Environmentalist Mehta Nagendra Singh (centre) plants a sapling with (left to right) Patna Golf...   | Read..
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