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HindustanTimes Mon,01 Sep 2014

Patna

Patna junction to have four escalators soon

For passengers travelling via Patna Junction, commuting from platform number one to 10 would be more easy and safe hereon. Four escalators would be installed at the station premises in the next couple of months.

Kids helped by Big B on the roads again, as mother gives slip and pockets cash

The plight of two abandoned sisters moved superstar Amitabh Bachchan enough for him to react, but failed to change the heart of their mother, who had left them at a school here in the state capital and vanished. The kids still face a bleak future.

Met department warns Bihar of 'havoc rain'

Likely cloudburts and heavy end-monsoon precipitation in the Himalayan tracts in the next 72 hours, have raised visions a nightmare situation for lakhs of people in North Bihar, especially Mithila, Champaran's and Kosi division, officials said here on Saturday. They have sounded a full alert, while asking people to be vigilant and identify safer areas to move to in distress.

Bihar flood toll mounts to 201, many displaced 

Over 200 people have died and 6.9 million displaced as the flood situation remained grim in Bihar due to spate in various rivers.

Unlike Delhi, snail's pace for Bihar rape cases

while the conviction in the Delhi gang-rape case came about less than none months since the incident took place, by contrast, over 5,000 such cases are pending in different courts of Bihar for much longer periods of time. Avinash Kumar  reports.

LK Advani fails to gauge public mood: Sushil Modi

Former Bihar deputy chief minister Sushil Kumar Modi has criticised senior leader LK Advani for not supporting Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi as the BJP's prime ministerial candidate.

Little chance of Modi or Advani becoming PM: Lalu

Describing the reported spatbetween LK Advani and Narendra Modi on the issue of BJP's Prime Ministerial candidate as a fight between "guru and chela", RJD President Lalu Prasad today wondered whether there was any chance of either of them entering that office.

Sushil Modi hails Narendra Modi's anointment as PM candidate

Senior Bihar BJP leader Sushil Kumar Modi today hailed Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi's anointment as the party's prime ministerial candidate for the next general elections.

People will not tolerate a 'divisive' leader: Nitish

A day after Narendra Modi's elevation as BJP's prime ministerial candidate, Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar on Saturday said that the people of this country would not tolerate or accept a 'divisive' leader. HT reports.

Dissent in BJP Bihar unit over Modi's rise in party

Newly-anointed BJP's PM nominee Narendra Modi faces the challenge of quelling the drift of party MLAs towards Nitish Kumar in Bihar, a state that sends 40 MPs to the Lok Sabha. HT reports. The life and times of Modi | Full Coverage: all about Narendra Modi

Man pastes ‘I will kill Nitish Kumar’ posters, arrested

The police went into a tizzy late on Saturday evening after posters threatening chief minister Nitish Kumar appeared in many areas of the state capital. The posters said Kumar would be attacked at his next janta durbar on September 16.

Nitish dividing secular votes by opposing Modi: Lalu

RJD supremo Lalu Prasad Yadav today charged Bihar CM Nitish Kumar of trying to divide secular votes by opposing his Gujarat counterpart Narendra Modi's elevation as the BJP's prime ministerial candidate.

Bihar cops held for trying to rape woman constable

Two junior officers of the Bihar Police have been arrested for attempting to rape a woman constable of the Bihar Military Police (BMP) at the barracks of mufassil police station in Darbhanga district. Avinash Kumar reports.

BJP diverting people's attention from real issues: Nitish

The BJP is diverting the country's attention from real issues like price rise and corruption, and is "pushing its own agenda by projecting a leader not acceptable to all", Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said Monday.

Two cops killed in Bihar Maoist strike

Two jawans of Bihar’s special auxiliary police (SAP) were reportedly killed and three other policemen were injured when suspected Maoists riding on three motorbikes opened fire on a police patrolling party in Bihar’s extremism hit Gaya district. HT reports.
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