Naxals blow up school in Bihar's Jamui

Naxals blow up school in Bihar's Jamui

Maoists blew up a school building in Jamui district of Bihar on Saturday. 

Naxal carrying reward of Rs 30 lakh killed in Bihar

Chirag Da was the chief of the Military Wing of Poorvi Bihar and Poorvottar Jharkhand special rea committee.

4.3 magnitude earthquake in Jharkhand; tremors felt in Bihar

4.3 magnitude earthquake in Jharkhand; tremors felt in Bihar

The earthquake, with its epicentre at Deogarh in Jharkhand, was felt at around 8 am and lasted for a few seconds.

Bihar polls: Nominations for first phase begin

The filing of nomination papers for the first phase of Bihar Assembly polls, slated to be held on October 12, began on Wednesday, an official said.

Hardcore Maoist nabbed in Bihar

An alleged Maoist ultra was on Saturday nabbed by a joint team of CRPF and Bihar police in Naxal-hit Jamui district.

Four Maoists held in Jamui

The security forces Wednesday arrested four Maoists from a village in Bihar's Jamui district, a police officer said.

Four women crushed by truck in Jamui

Four women sitting on the side of a road to beat the summer heat were crushed to death by a speeding truck in Jamui district of Bihar, a police officer said Monday.

16 injured as bus falls in ditch in Bihar

Sixteen persons were seriously injured when a bus fell into a roadside ditch in Jamui district of Bihar Wednesday morning, a police official said.

One killed, 20 injured in road accidents in Bihar

One person was killed and 20 others were injured in a road accidents in Bihar's Saran and Jamui districts today.

Maoists put up posters in Bihar village

The Maoists have put up posters in a village in Bihar's Jamui district warning the local people with dire consequences for working against the interests of the proscribed outfit, a police official said on Sunday.

Maoist regional HQ destroyed, three arrested in Bihar

Security forces on Saturday destroyed a regional headquarters of Maoists and arrested three rebels besides recovering a huge cache of arms in Bhimbandh forest area in this district.

Jitan Ram Manjhi's sacking will prove 'suicidal' for JDU: Bihar minister

Backing beleaguered Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi, a senior Bihar minister on Friday questioned the JD(U) leadership's reported bid to replace Manjhi at tomorrow's state legislature party meeting and said such a move will prove to be "suicidal" for the ruling party.

Bank manager, accountant released by kidnappers in Bihar

A branch manager and an accountant of a nationalised bank, who were kidnapped from Bihar's Jamui district were released by their abductors, the police said on Wednesday.

Branch manager of bank, accountant kidnapped in Bihar

The branch manager and an accountant of a nationalised bank have been kidnapped from Jamui district of Bihar, a police officer said on Tuesday.

Maoists blow up mobile tower in Bihar

Maoists blew up a mobile tower in Bihar`s Lakhisarai district and took a cabin man of a railway station hostage for four hours in Jamui district, affecting the movement of trains, police said on Saturday.

Dacoits loot train passengers of cash, jewellery in Jamui

Jamui: Dacoits swooped down on Chapra-Tata Express, looting cash, jewellery and mobiles worth over Rs 10 lakh from passengers in four sleeper coaches after forcibly stopping the train by taking the cabin man hostage near Dadnagar Halt here.

Two top Maoists arrested in Bihar

Jamui: In a joint operation with CRPF, Bihar Police today arrested two Maoists in Jamui district of Bihar.

Six passengers injured in Bihar train robbery

Robbers injured six people and looted cash and valuables at gun point from passengers aboard a train in Bihar`s Jamui district, police said Friday.

Suspected Maoist arrested in Jamui

The Bihar Police on Sunday arrested a suspected Maoist from Bardiha forest area of Jamui district in a joint operation with CRPF`s Combat Battalion for Resolute Action (COBRA) unit.

Now Maoists distribute books, pens among poor

In perhaps a change of tack, Maoists in Bihar are distributing books, notebooks, pens and pencils to the children of the poorest of poor in a bid to win over the confidence and sympathy of the people in rural areas, an official said.