Patna

  • How to save fuel: Bihar officer sets example
    An Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officer in Bihar is trying to set an example on how to save fuel - by not using his official vehicle and going to work on foot or on a bicycle.
  • Ganga floodwaters destroys crops in Bihar
    Swirling floodwaters of the Ganga have destroyed the banana crop in around 1,500 acres in two districts of Bihar, officials and worried farmers said.
  • In Yasin Bhatkal's arrest, a new front for war between BJP and Nitish Kumar
    The BJP on Friday accused the Bihar government - from which it was forced out recently - of a weak role in the arrest of Yasin Bhatkal, one of India's most-wanted men. The party said that Chief Minister Nitish Kumar asked the police to desist from arresting or seeking Bhatkal's custody because he didn't want to upset Muslims, who are a crucial part of his support base.
  • Lawyers go on indefinite strike in Patna civil court
    Lawyers of Patna civil court went on indefinite strike today to protest the assault of an advocate by some miscreants when he protested against playing of obscene music and harassing girls in Khajekala area of the town.
  • Mahabodhi temple security to cost Rs 50 lakhs every month
    Bihar is set to spend Rs 50 lakh each month for the deployment of 261 Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) personnel at the Mahabodhi temple at Bodh Gaya that was rocked by blasts on July 7, officials said.

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