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Wednesday, February 21, 2018
 

Bihar

Pappu slams CM on health

First published on 28-Oct-2017
Madhepura MP Pappu Yadav on Friday attacked chief minister Nitish Kumar over the rise in dengue and chikungunya cases in the state....   | Read..
 

Sushma adoption probe prod

First published on 28-Oct-2017
External affairs minister Sushma Swaraj has requested women and child development minister Maneka Gandhi to probe the adoption process of three-year-old Sherin Mathews, whose body was found in a cu......   | Read..
 

Ecology 'guardian' award for VTR

First published on 28-Oct-2017
The Valmiki Tiger Reserve has been conferred the "Earth Guardian" award in recognition of its officials' efforts at revival of habitat and species in the reserve area....   | Read..
 

Honour for Regent

First published on 28-Oct-2017
The city's Regent Theatre has been selected as the "Best Single Screen, National" by Indywood Film Carnival for the Indywood Excellence Awards 2017. The award ceremony will be held in Ram......   | Read..
 

Police foil plan to blow up temple

First published on 28-Oct-2017
Police arrested five persons, including a mukhiya, and claimed to have foiled a conspiracy to blow up the ancient Sun temple at Kandaha in Saharsa district, around 200km northeast of Patna, on Thur......   | Read..
 

CRPF Chhath help to win trust

First published on 28-Oct-2017
Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) Bihar had made arrangements for Chhath devotees in Maoist-affected areas to wean people away from Left-wing extremism....   | Read..
 

Foreign push for IIT lectures

First published on 28-Oct-2017
IIT-Patna will start a series of guest lectures next month in which students will be guided by foreign faculty members from prestigious universities across the world....   | Read..
 

Roads across Bihar lead to ghats

First published on 28-Oct-2017
Moods & colours:Girls take a selfie with their mother during Doosri Arghya in Gaya on Friday; fireworks at Kendui Ghat in Gaya on Friday morning as devotees wait for the sun to rise; tourists d......   | Read..
 

Festive fervour, security push

First published on 26-Oct-2017
The stage is set for Bihar's biggest festival when millions assemble to worship the Sun God along its rivers, ponds, lakes and even make-shift ponds at homes, not to forget the world at large as th......   | Read..
 

Child rape shocker

First published on 26-Oct-2017
A seven-year-old girl, who was allegedly raped by her 18-year-old neighbour, is battling for life at a government hospital in Muzaffarpur, police said on Wednesday....   | Read..
 

Close shave in twin fires

First published on 26-Oct-2017
Timely action averted irreparable loss as fires broke out at the Bihar State Archives and the animal husbandry and fisheries resources department at Vikas Bhavan in Patna on Wednesday afternoon....   | Read..
 

Anti-graffiti drive at PU

First published on 26-Oct-2017
The Patna University administration has ordered students not to deface the boundary wall of the campus by writing slogans....   | Read..
 

Wait for dues, 15 years after death

First published on 26-Oct-2017
Fifteen years after a young man immolated himself and died over his father's unpaid dues, his younger brother is still running around to claim the same relief....   | Read..
 

NEET hunt widens

First published on 26-Oct-2017
The arrest of Patna Medical College and Hospital (PMCH) postgraduate student John Mehta alias Rajiv Ranjan is the proverbial tip of the iceberg of a deep-rooted racket around the National Eligibili......   | Read..
 

Dead man named illegal miner

First published on 26-Oct-2017
Even the dead are engaged in illegal mining in Bihar....   | Read..
 

Adri's foreign pact

First published on 26-Oct-2017
The Asian Development Research Institute (Adri) and Institute of South Asian Studies (ISAS)-National University of Singapore organised their first joint roundtable - the ISAS-Adri Roundtable - in S......   | Read..
 

Hygiene push

First published on 26-Oct-2017
A hygiene campaign was launched here on Wednesday complete with sanitation arrangements to drive behavioural changes among Chhath devotees....   | Read..
 

Special trains to meet rush after Chhath

First published on 26-Oct-2017
East Central Railway (ECR) on Wednesday announced it will run 36 Puja special trains to clear the post-Chhath rush....   | Read..
 

November date with Delhi on food sector

First published on 26-Oct-2017
The government will take part in World Food India 2017 next month for the first time and showcase the state's opportunities in the food-processing sector....   | Read..
 

Faith trumps religion

First published on 26-Oct-2017
To witness the appeal of Bihar's biggest festival, look no further than Beur Central Jail in Patna....   | Read..