Patna: Nine-year old child prodigy Kautilya Pandit, also known as the 'Google Boy' for his amazing ability to memorize facts, met with Super 30 founder Anand Kumar in Patna on Thursday to seek his blessings for a bright future.
Patna: Raghuvansh Prasad Singh, the man also known as the mouthpiece of Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) President Lalu Prasad Yadav, on Wednesday once again stirred the pot when he said that it was not a surprise that Chief Minister Nitish Kumar was once again getting close to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) knowing even in the past he was a close ally of the saffron party.
Patna: Not the one to shy away from making his acquaintance with someone who is equally or even more passionate in his dislike for Prime Minister Narendra Modi in particular, or the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in general, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Tuesday rolled out the proverbial red carpet for Patel Navnirman Sena leader Hardik Patel who has been spearheading the reservation movement for Patidars, or Patels, in Gujarat.
Patna: Dozens of people led by Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) legislator Nitin Navin in Patna on Monday took out a candle march to protest the death of Kundan Kumar Malakar, the Central Bank of India ATM guard who was stabbed to death inside the ATM room at Maurya Lok Shopping Complex last Friday night.
Patna: Desperate to lay their hands on some cash since the Modi administration introduced demonetization a month ago purportedly to reduce corruption and terrorism in the nation while also leading to the biggest cash shortage at banks and ATMs across the country, criminals in Patna on late Friday night stabbed a security guard to death in a failed attempt to rob an ATM located within Maurya Lok Shopping Complex.
Patna: On the second day of the ongoing Patna Film Festival, people made a beeline outside Regent Cinema to see films made in Hindi, Bhojpuri, Maithili, and even French language to get their fix of entertainment while also being able to meet with some of the visiting stars and film-makers up close as never before.
Purnia: Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, during his stop in Purnia on Friday as part of his ongoing 'Nishchay Yatra' purportedly to seek public opinion on various projects, visited a water purification plant in Brahmgyani village under Supauli Panchayat where he talked with engineers and other officials to review a number of ongoing projects in the area including clean drinking water at each household.