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Delhi police recovers 1 kg stolen gold from Gaya
Delhi Police on Tuesday raided a village in Gaya district of Bihar and arrested a man who had stolen 1 kg gold from a jewellery shop in New Delhi.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
Leaders galore eye CM chair
Patna, July 26: The BJP suddenly finds many faces springing up as claimants to the chief minister's post, exposing the lack of coherence and unity it displayed during the Lok Sabha elections against rivals, the JDU, RJD and Congress, who seem to be inching closer towards an alliance for the impending by-elections to 10 Assembly seats.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Smriti nod for central varsity
Motihari residents' long-cherished demand is going to be fulfilled soon. The ministry of human resource development has decided to set up Mahatma Gandhi Central University of Bihar in Motihari.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Escort focus on express trains
Gaya/Patna, July 24: Government Railway Police and Railway Protection Force have jointly identified several long-distance trans-border trains that were running without police escort.
Times of Oman
Government plans three new low-cost airports in Bihar
New Delhi: In a bid to give a boost to civil aviation sector and enhance air connectivity to Tier-II and Tier-III cities, the government has proposed to set up three new low-cost airports in Bihar at Muzaffarpur, Raxaul and Gaya as part of 50 airports in the country identified for the purpose.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
The Times of India
Close shave for Rajdhani Express passengers as Maoists blow up railway track in Bihar
NEW DELHI: Maoists blew up a portion of a railway track between Ismailpur and Rafiganj section in Bihar, leading to derailment of a pilot engine running ahead of the Bhubaneshwar-New Delhi Rajdhani Express.
Funds boon for three low-cost airports
The regional air connectivity is all set to get a boost with the Centre proposing three new low-cost airports at Muzaffarpur, Raxaul and Gaya.
Air India integration: most issues completed, Parl told; govt to set up 3 airports in Bihar
In the integration process of Indian Airlines and Air India, 204 of the 226 issues have been completed while integration is in in progress on 17 issues and five issues are pending in court.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Team to investigate police firing
Paliganj BJP MLA Usha Vidyarthi shows a card to chief minister Jitan Ram Manjhi in the Assembly on Monday.
What have the reserved constituencies voted for?
In the 2014 elections, the BJP won 66 out of 131 seats reserved for SC/ST candidates, which is the highest for any single party since 1991.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Two die in cop firing
Patna, July 19: Two persons, including a middle-aged woman, were killed and five others were wounded when police opened fire today to disperse a mob at Madanpur block office in Maoist-hit Aurangabad district.
Bihar teacher fails to name India's president, faces probe
For a woman school teacher in Bihar, Pratibha Patil is still India's president and Smriti Irani the governor of the state.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Govt counters CAG statistics
Bihar Education Project Council on Friday said the comptroller and auditor general went by the projected population figure when it raised questions on the enrolment figure for 2012-13.
Gurgaon gets its own Appu Ghar
Nearly thirty years after having conceptualized and established India's first amusement park, International Amusement Limited recently launched the first phase of its landmark property in Appu Ghar Gurgaon by unveiling O.Y.S.T.E.R.S water park.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Power wire change starts
The replacement of the naked electricity wires with low-tension aerial bunch cables started on Thursday at the Vishnupad temple area of Gaya.
The Indian Express
CM orders probe; she is arrested for abduction, murder of two youths
A woman RJD worker, accused of abducting two Gaya youths who were later found murdered, was stripped and beaten up by a mob in Jehanabad early on Thursday.
For the first time Gujarat mafia on celluloid: An interview with Director Sharique Minhaz
Director Sharique Minhaj hails from Burhanpur, Madhya Pradesh. In Mumbai, he directed his first movie on Gujarat's Godhra riots titles "Chand Bhuj Gaya", which was most controversial film.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Buddhists ask for Bodh Gaya to be dry, vegetarian zone
Buddhists and Hindus have joined hands demanding that Bihar's twin towns of Gaya and Bodh Gaya be declared vegetarian and a dry area.
Approval for 3 new medical colleges
Patna, July 15: The state cabinet today gave its nod to set up three new medical colleges in the state.
Warm start to new life
A welcome sign at the institute entrance greeted the students at both Patna and Gaya campuses.