Patna: Experts gathered at the three-day 'Bijli Vikalp Sangam', held at Bodh Gaya from March 4 to 6, called for prioritizing renewable energy to meet future electricity needs, build consensus for a

A study was conducted on the residents of Bhupnagar, a fluoride endemic village in Gaya district, Bihar, to assess the ameliorating effect of amla (Emblica officinalis) on fluoride-induced toxicity. Fifty-three subjects of different age groups were included in the study. Among these, 27 subjects (test group) were given amla powder as dietary supplement for 9 months and the rest 26 subjects were kept as control (i.e. without dietary supplement). The mean urinary fluoride level in the test group was found to decline progressively during the period of supplementation.

The Opposition BJP on Wednesday extended all support to the farmers holding protest demanding adequate compensation for the kin of the farmer who committed suicide on Tuesday night.

Patna: Early neonatal mortality (deaths within 24 hours of birth) still makes the highest contribution to Bihar's infant mortality rate.

A division bench of chief justice L Narasimha Reddy and Justice Vikas Jain on Monday asked the Gaya DM to appear in person on February 13, 2015.

GAYA: There is some ray of hope for the victims of physical deformity caused by excessive fluoride content in ground water as the state-level conference of orthopaedic surgeons is being organized i

PATNA: Bihar government has planned to construct 37,908km of rural roads under Mukhyamantri Gram Sampark Yojna (MMGSY) to link all the habitats having a population of over 250 with all-weather road

GAYA: The somewhat untimely outbreak of Acute Encephalitis Syndrome (AES) has taken health officials by surprise and all out efforts are now being made to fight the menace with effective actions of

It has been a year since Varanasi associated itself with the Green Pilgrimage Network but it is yet to start working on the project.

The latest Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) report has found gross irregularities in mining and quarrying in Bihar, which caused estimated revenue loss of Rs 442 crore in 535 cases between 200