The Telegraph
Saturday , August 5 , 2017

When it pours, it rains woes

A motorist wades through a waterlogged stretch in Langar Toli   | Read..

Very heavy shower forecast

The weatherman has warned of heavy to very heavy rainfall at isolated places in Bihar over the next couple of days.   | Read..

That sinking feeling in schools & hospitals

Houses, schools and a private hospital in Patliputra locality (Sahyog Hospital), a police station in Mithapur locality (Jakkanpur police station), all succumbed to...   | Read..

Harry-Sejal brighter than Tubelight

Harry met Sejal post Goods and Services Tax implementation and the audiences welcomed them with cheer.   | Read..

Wrong drug torment

A female patient lodged a complaint with AIIMS-Patna saying she was given wrong medication at the hospital due to which she suffered a paralytic attack and was later...   | Read..

IT policy on way before tech conclave

Bihar will soon get a new information technology policy.   | Read..

Lalu alleges CBI judge bias, wants cases shifted

Lalu Prasad today said he would move Jharkhand High Court seeking transfer of two fodder scam cases from the court of Shivpal Singh with the RJD chief's lawyer claiming...   | Read..

BJP to fete ministers

The BJP will felicitate at a function in SK Memorial hall 13 of its leaders who have become ministers in the new NDA government in the state.   | Read..

Council snub for Rabri

The Bihar Legislative Council has rejected the RJD's request to appoint Rabri Devi as leader of Opposition in the upper House.   | Read..

Three killed over land row

Tension has gripped Pokrama village in Lakhisarai district following the murder of three members of a family allegedly over a land dispute on Friday.   | Read..

6 lakh benefit thieves under scanner

The government will weed out names of six lakh dummy beneficiaries of its different welfare schemes following a review meeting on Friday.   | Read..

Patrol top priority for city SP

Winning back people's confidence with enhanced patrolling tops the list of priorities of D. Amarkesh, who took charge as the new city superintendent of police on Thursday.   | Read..

Heritage tour with Buddha & Asoka

People with an interest in history and relics have a treat in store this month.   | Read..

Sulking Sharad to tour Bihar

Veteran JDU leader Sharad Yadav, who is "pained" by Nitish Kumar's decision to align with the BJP, will tour Bihar for three days next week to seek a "way...   | Read..
An enthusiastic lady flashes a victory sign as the India-Nepal Monsoon Car Rally 2017 kicks off...   | Read..
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