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By Nakul Arora: MNS chief Raj Thackeray again made headlines for his ethnic comments against the people of Bihar. 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 Chief Minister, Nitish Kumar. The issue at hand […]
Bihar Diwas 2012

By Madhav Gupta: On 15th of April 2012, the CM of Bihar Shri Nitish Kumar was the Chief Guest for the centenary celebration at the ‘Bihar Shatabdi Samaroh Utsav’, which was being organised at ‘Somaiya Ground’ in Mumbai, and more than 3 lakh Biharis had been expected to attend the event. A few days ago, […]
Babar Ali

By Rakhi Chakraborty: Long before the Right to Education Act was a possibility, one teenager was quietly doing his part to ensure that the literary rates were up. You won’t find much about Babar Ali on the internet. For most part Google kept giving me results about some Pakistani actor of the same name. I […]
Nitish-Kumar

By Shashank Saurav: 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 […]

By Aashu Anshuman: I was born and bred in Patna, Bihar. I am too young to remember the details but can recollect the news flashes from when the legendary “fodder Scam” was uncovered. What followed was a mockery of the Indian political system. Rabri Devi, a woman the people of the state had heard little […]
Bihar_Tourism

By Avnish Gaurav: Development is a complicated word. A task difficult to perceive , execute and assess. Its hard even to imagine carrying out this complicated task in a place trapped in its own complicatedness. I am talking of a place that has been referred to by international media as “Notoriously Lawless State”, “India’s Corner Of […]
Nitish Kumar's victory in Bihar proved that caste politics is not what works now!

By Pratik Goyal: A politician thinks of next election but a statesman thinks of next generation. A saying quite apt (if you ask a common man from Bihar) for the current CM of Bihar, Nitish Kumar who is up for re-elections coming October. Will JD(U) be sail through to a second term as Lalu Prasad […]
nitish kumar

By Kumar Ankit: 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. But […]
lalu & nitish

By Chandeep Arora: 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 inference is quite straight; Bihar does have the right amount of talent but not the right amount of resources. The state also did […]
tathagat_tulsi

By Shashank Saurav: 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 […]
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By Sadhogopal Ram: Bihar, with its most varied history in India, was once the centre of power, learning and culture for more than 1000 years. In fact, India’s first empire, the Maurya Empire as well as one of the world’s greatest anti-violence religions – the Buddhism – arose from the region that now makes modern […]

Shikhar Singh: If an NDTV opinion poll is to be believed, the upcoming Bihar election seems a close-affair, one that could swing either way. That said, the conclusion really is one of Nitish Kumar’s waning invincibility at the hustings– nothing more and nothing less. However, the figures emanating from the recent survey are important for […]

Abhirup Bhunia: Bihar, once almost synonymous to despondency, is rising from the ashes of gloom and murkiness. The nearly infamous GDP growth rate of 11.03% that was termed as miracle more than once is not just where the story begins or ends. The dreadful past that saw this north eastern state decelerating, deteriorating and degrading […]

Kumar Ankit: Irfan Alam popularly known as the “rickshaw man of Bihar” is the man to be talked about. He has been invited to participate in the entrepreneur summit called by none other than US president Obama, the summit will be held in April this year and Irfan Alam will represent India. After reading the […]

Kumar Ankit: Bihar, the most underdeveloped and underprivileged state of the nation is the new tiger economy of the country. It has achieved a growth rate of about 11.03% in its GDP in the last five years under the leadership of Nitish Kumar. With this, Bihar shut the mouth of all the critics who were […]

Arun Sharma: This is part 1 of our 5 part series on Indian States. The strategy professor at the one of the oldest universities in the world — Takshashila University, Prof Chanakya started his Neetishastra by saying the phrase “Sukhasya moolam dharma, Dharmasya moolam artha”. What he meant was that happiness for a person or […]

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