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Thursday, February 22, 2018
 

Bihar

Ousted JDU duo vow to fight

First published on 06-Dec-2017
Rebel JDU veteran Sharad Yadav remained defiant on Tuesday, refusing to be unnerved by his disqualification from the Rajya Sabha for "voluntarily" giving up the membership of the party that sent him to the upper House....   | Read..
 

Protest stalls power plant

First published on 06-Dec-2017
The thermal power plant of Bharatiya Rail Bijlee Company Limited (BRBCL), a 74:26 joint venture of NTPC and Indian Railways at Nabinagar in Aurangabad district, is on the verge of shutdown after lo......   | Read..
 

High court stays sand sale policy

First published on 05-Dec-2017
The high court on Monday stayed the Bihar government's new sand sale policy, which came into effect from December 1 this year....   | Read..
 

Chit fund protest erupts

First published on 05-Dec-2017
Central Bank Staff Cooperative Limited, a non-banking financial company, has duped over 100 people of their money, which, the police believe, could be in crores....   | Read..
 

Skies to remain blue

First published on 05-Dec-2017
The city will witness clear skies at least for a week, say weathermen....   | Read..
 

NRI plans to fund poor IIT aspirants

First published on 05-Dec-2017
Taking a leaf from the initiative of Super 30 founder Anand Kumar, an NRI from Patna Obaidur Rahman plans to replicate the model by eliminating economic constraints of poor meritorious students....   | Read..
 

Duo held for iPhone loot

First published on 05-Dec-2017
Two youths were arrested on Sunday for robbing a Khajpura resident of his iPhone for which he had posted an ad on an online classifieds site....   | Read..
 

Nod to get machine to sweep roads

First published on 05-Dec-2017
The proposal to amend Patna Municipal (Solid Waste Disposal Management) Regulation, 2017, was approved in the general board meeting of Patna Municipal Corporation at the civic body's Bankipore circ......   | Read..
 

Girl wages film war on scavenging scourge

First published on 05-Dec-2017
Madurai girl Divya Bharathi has received over 2,500 threat calls but that has not deterred her from taking on the problem of manual scavenging....   | Read..
 

Retrace Buddha steps this winter

First published on 05-Dec-2017
The fourth edition of the Jethian-Rajgir Dhamma Walk, based on the path on which Lord Buddha once walked some 2,500 years ago, will be held on December 13....   | Read..
 

Wedding done, barbs on

First published on 05-Dec-2017
A day after Bihar saw some rare political bonhomie at deputy chief minister Sushil Kumar Modi's son's wedding, it was politics as usual on Monday when Modi opened a front against Lalu's elder son T......   | Read..
 

No names in tweets: Nitish

First published on 05-Dec-2017
Chief minister Nitish Kumar said on Monday that his tweets showed a mirror to his opponents without taking any names or casting aspersions or resorting to vulgarity....   | Read..
 

Obvious, it's us: Tejas

First published on 05-Dec-2017
Leader of Opposition in the Assembly Tejashwi Prasad Yadav on Monday attacked Nitish Kumar over the chief minister's claim that he did not name anyone in his tweet and showed people a mirror....   | Read..
 

CM 'reserved post' jab

First published on 05-Dec-2017
Chief minister Nitish Kumar took a jab at Rahul Gandhi on Monday, the day the Congress leader filed his nomination for the post of party president....   | Read..
 

High-energy quantum meet

First published on 05-Dec-2017
The National Institute of Technology, Patna, on Monday started a six-day seminar on discussing quantum physics and how to have maximum use of it in technology....   | Read..
 

Govt backs mining ban, wants sand availability

First published on 05-Dec-2017
Chief minister Nitish Kumar on Monday justified the ban on sand mining and the formation of new rules with regard to the trade, but said the government was committed towards easy availability of sa......   | Read..
 

Patna Diary

First published on 05-Dec-2017
Teacher smart, student smarter...   | Read..
 

Promotion quota call

First published on 05-Dec-2017
Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar, apart from batting for reservation in private sector jobs, on Monday also pushed for quota in promotion in government jobs....   | Read..
 

3 GI cheers for Bihar

First published on 05-Dec-2017
3 GI cheers for Bihar...   | Read..
 

Quota call in private sector

First published on 05-Dec-2017
Reservation should be implemented in the private sector on the basis of social and educational backwardness as envisaged in the Constitution, chief minister Nitish Kumar asserted on Monday....   | Read..