The Telegraph
Tuesday , July 18 , 2017

Nothing shandar about it

You don't even need to venture out of the state capital to find evidence of how ill-informed education minister Ashok Choudhary's claim on Sunday - " Bihar mein shiksha ka DNA shandar hain...   | Read..

CM's sewage recycle push

Chief minister Nitish Kumar on Monday instructed officials to prepare a plan for management of sewage water and said it can be used in irrigation to augment agriculture.   | Read..

Oil leak fuels sabotage cry

The district administration's swift response helped avert a disaster after 20,000 litres of petrol leaked from the Barauni-Kanpur pipeline of Indian Oil Corporation Limited...   | Read..

Table trouble hits hospital again

A blame game has begun at the Patna Medical College and Hospital after an operation table, which the hospital bought just a fortnight ago for around Rs 2.5 lakh, broke on...   | Read..

Rail project hits bird park hurdle

Laying of tracks on the 79km Hasanpur-Sakra railway project in Mithilanchal has screeched to a halt after the forest department raised concerns over the apparent threat it...   | Read..

Agro honour for farmer

Sanjeev Kumar (36), a farmer from Vaishali, has bagged the Jagjivan Ram Innovative Farmer Award, 2016, from the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR).   | Read..

Gambler sets brother on fire

A man set his brother and his family ablaze while they were asleep after incurring a loss of Rs 5 lakh in gambling in a village in Katihar, around 310km east of Patna, on...   | Read..

Bihar BJP gropes in dark

The BJP maybe saying it is ready to support Nitish Kumar if he walks away from the Grand Alliance, but the Bihar unit of the party is virtually throwing stones in the dark...   | Read..

Double tragedy for Danapur family

Pawan Kumar and Dilip Kumar, small-time traders in Danapur, left home on July 10 promising their kids toys and prasad from Amarnath, but yesterday the family only received...   | Read..

Man in the middle of alliance tussle

Bihar Pradesh Congress Committee (BPCC) president Ashok Choudhary has emerged as the man in the middle - entrusted by his party high command with the unenviable task of...   | Read..
Devotees offer Monday prayers to Lord Shiva during the Shravan festival in Patna. 
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