It is just the beginning of summer. Yet clamour over inadequatewater supply has begun surfacing in different parts of the capital city.
A teacher of a premier school in Digha area here was arrested on Tuesday on the charge of molestation.
Urban development minister Prem Kumar has asked the departmental secretary to sort out the issues cropping up in faster execution of 38 water supply projects in the capital region by Bihar Rajya Jal Parshad (BRJP).
The state government on Thursday took a policy decision to realise chief minister Nitish Kumar’s promise of filling 35% of posts in the state police with women in constable and sub-inspector ranks. The recruitment process to fill up the vacancies will start soon.
Two separate groups of the CPI (Maoist) late on Wednesday blew up eight government buildings, including six in Aurangabad district, to protest the killing of some of their top leaders at Chatra on March 28 by their rival faction, the Trititya Prastuti Committee (TPC). However, no casualty was reported, as no one was present in the buildings.
The JD(U)'s reported impatience with the BJP delay in taking a call on its choice for the post of prime minister is unlikely to force the hand of its NDA ally on this vexed issue.
With the arrest of Kailash Prasad alias Nepali, known as the Psycho killer, police claimed to have solved the cases of the gruesome murder of two children in the state capital.
Bihar is geared to launch a specialised anti-terrorist squad (ATS), only the fifth in the country to attempt it.
The results of the 53rd to 55th common combined main (written) examination, 2011, conducted by the Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) were declared on Wednesday. The examination was conducted in 30 centres in Patna between May 26 and June 14 last year.
The Bihar government has ordered an inquiry into the allegation that land registration documents pertaining to land purchases made during the infamous fodder scam of the early 1990's, had gone ‘missing’.
The Bihar government has launched a drive against cultivation of opium in the state which is controlled by a gang from neighbouring West Bengal and will penalise persons involved in the illegal trade, the Legislative Assembly was informed on Monday.
Nearly 1,600 students, caught cheating in Bihar's Class 10 boards, were expelled from the exams and over 100 parents who helped them use unfair means were arrested, an official said Monday.
The son of a former minister was arrested along with his associate and two stolen vehicles were seized from their possession at Belari village in Bihar's Samastipur district, police said today.
Bihar government has decided to oppose the National Water Policy, 2012, as it believes the proposed move was tantamount to infringement of state's rights on its water resources. Ashok Mishra reports.
Kuber Mishra would have never imagined that a mere scolding to his son could result in a disaster for his family. He learnt that his action of denying a cell phone was harsh only after losing his only young son. Avinash Kumar