In the Spotlight
Patna: Relying on the effect of a possible lawsuit, the Nitish administration on Saturday threatened to file a case against Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das alleging the latter used 'unparliamentary' words against the Janata Dal – U and its workers thus causing immense damage to the party's reputation.
Patna: The Bihar State Examination Board (BSEB) has decided to abandon the traditional three faculties in the Intermediate, namely Arts, Science, and Commerce, and instead allow the students to choose from a smorgasbord of different subjects of their choice.
Kishanganj: Literary festivals of various hues have been creating a revolution of ideas across India in the last few years. However, most literary festivals take place in metro cities and resort towns. This is going to change with a new literary festival being launched in India by the people of the Seemanchal region of Bihar.
Patna: Patna Divisional Commissioner Anand Kishore who is a very busy man these days wearing different hats each day – be it planning for a new park in Patna, strategizing on how to attain the status of 'Smart City' for Patna, or trying to pull the battered and wounded Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) by its boots – was once again busy worrying about the slow progress in the upcoming Prakash Utsav celebration to mark the 350th birth anniversary of Guru Govind Singh, the 10th guru of the Sikhs.