Patna: Former Director of the CBI Joginder Singh, talking to the reporters in Patna on Wednesday, came down heavily upon the Indian politicians saying they robbed India more than the British did in nearly 350 years of their rule.
Patna: Patna University teacher Prof. Ravindra Kumar Sinha, also known as India's 'Dolphin Man', on Wednesday was honored by the members of the Patna University Teachers' Association (PUTA) for recently been awarded the coveted Padmashree Award.
Patna: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Sushil Kumar Modi on Tuesday accused Chief Minister Nitish Kumar of abandoning his constitutional duties and responsibilities in his quest to humiliate democratically-elected Prime Minister of India to fulfill his own dream of becoming the Prime Minister.
Patna: Bomb experts in Patna on Tuesday diffused a crude bomb after it was recovered from the guard room of an apartment complex in Machhutoli under Pirbahore police station.
Patna: Hundreds of devotees in Patna on Tuesday took part in the Shobha Yatra to mark the birth of Lord Mahavir, the deity of the Jain and Hindu communities.
Patna: It was only a matter of time before someone came out in protest against prohibition in Bihar and surprisingly, the first protest came from the 'toddy' lovers who gathered at the Gandhi Maidan in Patna on Monday and openly drank toddy in defiance of the new law that turned Bihar into a dry state.
Patna: Despite tepid response from the Congress that made it clear on Monday that it had no intention in hanging on to the coattail of Nitish Kumar-led Janata Dal – U in other states, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, during a press conference in Patna on Monday, reiterated his desire for the obliteration of the Sangh Parivar by forming a national alliance bigger than the grand alliance in Bihar.
Patna: Rashtriya Lok Samata Party (RLSP) and Union Minister Upendra Kushwaha on Monday helped break the fast of his party's youth leaders who had been sitting on a dharna for the last two days to protest against rising crime under Nitish administration.
Patna: A day after Chief Minister Nitish Kumar called for a 'Sangh-free' India, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders in Bihar and at the Center fired back at the Janata Dal – U leader saying Kumar needed to stay within his limit and stop believing that somehow he controlled entire India or all Indians.
Patna: The unofficial 'Prohibition Justification Yatra' of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar continued on Sunday when the newly-elected President of the Janata Dal – U took a new approach to rationalize his decision to impose total prohibition in Bihar saying it would in fact improve Bihar's economy in the long run.