"I, myself being a Bihari feel so abashed and disappointed to hear such rubbish talks about my people and what makes the issue more appalling is the silence of the Governing authorities": The article talks about the feeling of the citizens of Bihar on being considered Infiltrators
The article talks bout Raj Thackeray's insensible and insensitive remarks regarding Bihar and other issues: The insanity and lack of logic in Thackeray’s statements is for any sensible person to see. Divisive politics has always threatened our national fabric, we’ve seen enough of that in the sphere of religion and we need no more of it
A poverty stricken woman from Bihar’s Samastipur district sold her one-and-half-year old malnourished son for a sum of rupees nineteen thousand to another woman, just because she had to repay her debt: Was she she hard hearted or was she just below the poverty line
Raj Thackeray has yet again unleashed his angst over the north Indians who belong to UP and Bihar calling them intruders: A Maharashtrian's request to end the self proclaimed righteousness
Notwithstanding of the increasing popularity, Raj Thakre is committing a grave mistake in interpreting Maharashtra in a very narrow sense and confining it to the present geographical boundary of the State
When delving deeper into Bihar’s growth, some hard hitting facts arise on the forefront. Here are seven of the gravest revelations
Bihar showed a fantastic growth over 13% but other states struggled. What is causing this downfall for others and why is Bihar a model for us? Here's why!
On the killing of the Bihar political party Ranvir Sena's Chief, Brahmeshwar Singh 'Mukhiya Ji', and how it was a result of caste differences
Mr. Thackeray, who is known for his tirade against the migrant workers of UP and Bihar, has found yet another way of making news by openly challenging Bihar’s CM Nitish Kumar
About the tussle between Nitish Kumar and Raj Thackeray before the Bihar Diwas, and how ironic to celebrate Bihar in Mumbai.
The article traces two youngest entrepreneurs in the field of non-profit education. Babar Ali and Bharti Kumari embarked on the mission of educating the poor in their respective villages in the early teens. They are determined to pave the path to upper mobility through gaining and imparting education.
It seems Nitish Kumar is hell bent on not only transforming the rural face of Bihar but also making his second reign as the Chief Minister historical. In yet another unprecedented step designed to suck out fraudulent money laundering schemes from the corrupt administrative vortex, the NDA government decided to do away with its Local Area Development (LAD) fund.
“I, as a Bihari, feel Vindicated” Local’s Rejoice As Nitish Makes A Comeback – A Local’s Perspective
My friends and I have been following the Bihar poll results with a keen eye all day. Now when I see Nitish Kumar winning again, this time with a mandate bigger than any I have seen in my lifetime, I am filled with joy. This article was not written as a political commentary or a discourse of any kind, but to precede the following lines.
There are certain phenomenon whose progress goes un-noticed but the world is baffled at the sudden unexpected outcome. One such incident was the migration of intellectuals which if not stopped would make the turnaround of Bihar, a virtually impossible task. The good news is, a comprehensible fraction of learned people settled in different parts of the world are willing to contribute to the development of their home state.
Lalu’s promises of changes in Bihar like his makeover of railways does not have many takers and his baggage of the past will make the task more challenging against the Nitish Kumar led government that has successfully managed to sweep winds of change through Bihar.
Bihar, one of the most politically rich states of the country is gearing up for the State elections to be held in six phases from 21st October to 19thNovember, 2010. The media and the politically savvy have already started their rounds of prophecy on who is going to win the elections.
Despite of the fact that most of the IITians and IAS officers belong to Bihar, it has been one of the poorest and most backward states of India. The Bihar state elections are nearing and it will be interesting to see if development scores over caste based politics.
Yesterday while going through the early morning newspaper my eyes fell on a certain news item. In essence, it described the meteoric rise of a young prodigy who at the age of 22 has become an assistant professor in IIT Mumbai. Tathagat Avatar Tulsi (photo on right) is the youngest person in India to achieve this monumental feat.