Patna: Police in Patna on Monday recovered the body of a 27-year old woman believed to have been murdered by her husband and in-laws due to an ongoing dispute over dowry.
Patna: Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Monday welcomed a delegation of BRICS, an economic coalition of Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa, who are in Patna to attend a meeting on a wide array of topics on Tuesday including the rise in terrorism and other security issues being faced by the world.
Patna: Just days after Uttar Pradesh Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) parliamentarian Daya Shankar Singh was suspended from the party for calling former UP Chief Minister Mayawati a 'prostitute', another saffron leader was kicked out of the party on Sunday after an FIR was filed against him for attempting to molest a 12-year old girl in a running train.
Patna: Patna Divisional Commissioner Anand Kishore, who is heading a number of departments due to a severe shortage of competent officials despite a bloated bureaucracy put in place by Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, expressed his shock at the pitiful condition of Bihar's flagship health care center Patna Medical College and Hospital (PMCH) during a formal inspection of the facility on Thursday.
Patna: After remaining closed for nearly three months amidst widespread protest against the college Principal, Patna University Registrar Sanjay Kumar Sinha on Wednesday unlocked the door of the Principal's office at the Patna Art College and let the new Principal Arun Kamal take over the office earlier occupied by S. K. Sinha.
Patna: After months of high drama of 'will it or won't it happen', authorities in Patna on Tuesday finally began the demolition work of the Santosha Apartment Complex in Bandar Bagicha nearly four months after the Supreme Court upheld that the 6th, 7th, and 8th floors of the building were constructed in violation of the original blueprint of the structure.
Patna: Just days after the Patna High Court delivered a blow to Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on his unilateral decision to seize the properties of those from whose homes liquor bottles were recovered, the court, siding with a tobacco product manufacturer, once again excoriated the Nitish administration of making rules that were in violation of the Central Acts.