The Telegraph
Monday, January 22, 2018
 

Bihar

YES, WE CAN, SAYS BIHAR

First published on 22-Jan-2018
Chief minister Nitish Kumar asserted on Sunday that the dowry system can be easily eradicated if people decide so....   | Read..
 

3.7cr people in chain: Govt

First published on 22-Jan-2018
Around 3.7 crore people took part in the human chain against dowry and child marriage on Sunday, said Chief secretary Anjani Kumar Singh. He was present at Gandhi Maidan, the main venue of the prog......   | Read..
 

Maidan huff & puff

First published on 22-Jan-2018
Gandhi Maidan was all decked up on Sunday for the human chain against dowry and child marriage in which chief minister Nitish Kumar took part along with several senior leaders of the NDA and Assemb......   | Read..
 

Total flop show, claims Opposition

First published on 22-Jan-2018
The RJD and Congress skipped the human chain on Sunday despite deputy chief minister Sushil Kumar Modi's appeal to them....   | Read..
 

Some fears still lurk

First published on 22-Jan-2018
Nisha Kumari, a Class X student of Saraswati Shishu Mandir, was at the human chain against dowry and child marriage on Sunday although she is preparing for her board examinations....   | Read..
 

Studies can wait, event comes first

First published on 22-Jan-2018
The state government may be patting itself on the back for organising the human chain on Sunday against child marriage and dowry, but the event took its toll on academic activities in schools acros......   | Read..
 

Bomb type a first for Bihar

First published on 22-Jan-2018
The two bombs that National Security Guard experts exploded safely in Bodhgaya on Sunday could have caused major damage to the Mahabodhi Mahavihara....   | Read..
 

State sends a 14100km message

First published on 22-Jan-2018
Around 3.7 crore people braved the chilly, foggy weather to form a 14,100km human chain against child marriage and dowry on Sunday, according to preliminary government estimates....   | Read..
 

Yadav pep talk for BJP

First published on 22-Jan-2018
Patna Bhupender Yadav, BJP national general secretary and party in-charge for Bihar, on Sunday asked functionaries to bring in new faces and spread word about the party's achievements and policies ......   | Read..
 

Wife of custody death victim dies

First published on 22-Jan-2018
The wife of a man who died in police custody in Kaimur district a month ago passed away on Saturday night....   | Read..
 

Bihar pads up again

First published on 22-Jan-2018
The Board of Control for Cricket in India's U-23 tournament started here on Sunday, two weeks after the Supreme Court allowed Bihar to participate in Ranji Trophy and other national cricket champio......   | Read..
 

Tech fillip to agro sector

First published on 22-Jan-2018
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) will set up two agro-meteorological observatories in Bihar. While the first one would come up at Pusa in Samastipur district, the second would be set at Ag......   | Read..
 

Bullet hits CM guard

First published on 22-Jan-2018
A Bihar Military Police (BMP) jawan working as a security guard at the chief minister's residence suffered bullet injuries on Saturday night....   | Read..
 

Hire stick on smart city firm

First published on 22-Jan-2018
Spanish firm Eptisa Servicious de Ingenieria SL has been showcaused for failing to hire adequate officials for implementing the Patna smart city project even after a month of starting work....   | Read..
 

Driving licence process overhaul

First published on 22-Jan-2018
The transport department is working on a plan to provide better facilities to the people in a fast and hassle-free manner....   | Read..
 

Show of culture

First published on 22-Jan-2018
Students of Central University of South Bihar showcased cultural diversity at the 33rd inter-university east zone youth festival Pragjyoti Mahotsava held at Gauhati University last week....   | Read..
 

Tourism-projects pitch for jobs

First published on 22-Jan-2018
The state tourism department wants to attract investments in the sector with an aim to create employment opportunities for local residents....   | Read..
 

Maidan all set for big day

First published on 21-Jan-2018
All roads will lead to Gandhi Maidan on Sunday when the human chain against dowry and child marriage originates from the ground and heads in four different directions connecting Patna's adjoining d......   | Read..
 

Mild relief veils cold comeback

First published on 21-Jan-2018
The fog was very dense over Bihar on Saturday morning, allowing just 25m of visibility in Bhagalpur and 50m in Patna, among the lowest in the country, but the cold was not as severe as it had been ......   | Read..
 

Hospital lacks anaesthetist

First published on 21-Jan-2018
A hospital is running without an anaesthetist. Health minister Mangal Pandey learnt this fact while making a surprise inspection of the city's Gardanibagh Hospital on Saturday....   | Read..