Stepping up their drive against smuggling of liquor into 'dry' Bihar, police seized huge consignments of liquor in Vaishali and Supaul districts late last night. According to a report from Hajipur, po
Leader of Opposition in Bihar Assembly Tejaswi Yadav today took a dig at JD(U)`s for its claim to continue movement on the issue of special status to the state and accused the party of befooling peopl
Apprehending drought in Bihar in this monsoon season as the state received only 48 per cent of normal rainfall so far, a number of decisions have been taken in a high level review meeting chaired by C
The fear of drought looms large over Bihar once again as it has received 48 per cent deficit rain this monsoon so far but the state is ready to tackle the situation, a state official said on Sunday.
With an objective to encourage people from Bihar to invest in the real estate sector in national capital region (NCR), reputed real estate company Saya Homes today organised a function in the state c
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Friday said that the Shiv Sena decision to abstain from voting on the no-confidence motion in Parliament is the NDA ally's "internal matter", adding his party JD-U
Stepping up drive against smuggling of foreign liquor into 'dry' Bihar, police and excise authorities seized huge consignments of foreign liquor in Supaul and Kaimur districts last night. According to
Six people including mother-son duo were killed and four others injured in separate road mishaps in Madhubani and Khagaria districts during the last 12 hours. A report from Madhubani said that one Kav
Two lady teachers of a city-based reputed school were awarded 10 years of rigorous imprisonment each today after they were found guilty of unnatural sexual exploitation of a minor girl student. After
A special court constituted to hear criminal cases pending against MPs and MLAs today acquitted former MLA Dadan Singh Yadav alias Dadan Pahalwan in a case related to violation of model code of con
Vigilance Bureau on Friday filed chargesheet against Nawada`s former district cooperative officer Vikram Kumar Jha and his wife in a case related to amassing wealth worth crores of rupees beyond his
Blind faith and superstition have taken over parts of Bihar as people sacrifice thousands of frogs to appease rain Gods in the state that has seen a 42 per cent deficit in rainfall this monsoon.