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Thursday , August 10 , 2017
 
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Rules buried in sand

Sand mining is again on the public radar after chief minister Nitish Kumar and his deputy Sushil Modi promised a crackdown on the shady but thriving business, known in local parlance as " balu...   | Read..
 

Mystery shrouds death of five boys

The mystery behind the death of five boys in Muzaffarpur has deepened with district administration officials and families of the children making contradictory statements .   | Read..
 

Woman abducted, gang-raped in UP

A 26-year-old married woman was kidnapped from a village in Bhojpur district and repeatedly raped by three youths in neighbouring Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, before she...   | Read..
 

Greed, quit India: Nitish

Chief minister Nitish Kumar on Wednesday raised a new slogan, "Greed, quit India", to coincide with 75th anniversary of the Quit India Movement when the famous...   | Read..
 

CM on power drive to plug pilferage

Chief minister Nitish Kumar will launch a special drive on August 13 urging people not to indulge in power theft.   | Read..
 

Faculty payscale letter to Modi

The All India Federation of University & College Teachers Association has sought the Prime Minister's intervention to expedite the release and implementation of the...   | Read..
 

Demand grows for more teachers

The Bihar Secondary Teachers Association on Wednesday discussed with senior officials ways to improve teaching in government schools and urged them to appoint more teachers.   | Read..
 

Board whip for bio-waste

The Bihar Pollution Control Board has issued showcause notices to over 500 government and private hospitals for their failure to dispose of biomedical waste at a facility...   | Read..
 

State readies for Sikh event replay

The state government is gearing up to observe the closing ceremony of Prakash Utsav - the 350th birth anniversary celebrations of Guru Gobind Singh.   | Read..
 

Ruckus over exam in law school

Third-year law students staged a demonstration at Chanakya National Law University on Wednesday over poor results in internal examinations.   | Read..
 

Tejashwi throws down the gauntlet

Only the people of Bihar can punish him, Tejashwi Prasad Yadav thundered here today at his first public rally that marked the launch of his Janadesh Apmaan Yatra.   | Read..
 

Alliance on with Sharad's JDU: Lalu

The mist surrounding disgruntled Janata Dal United leader Sharad Yadav is beginning to clear up with RJD chief Lalu Prasad today saying his alliance with the JDU will...   | Read..
 
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