Patna roads are still not safe from women or free of uncouth and rowdy men. The terror of being waylaid and misbehaved with continues to worry college girls.
Mukesh K Mishra reports.
Chief minister Nitish Kumar on Tuesday described the rail budget as 'disappointing and a failed exercise' and alleged, backward states like Bihar had been 'completely neglected'.
The woman cop, Jyoti kumari, apparently had a habit of maintaining contacts with top administrative and police officers
The recruitment will start in the next fiscal and will be completed in next five years. every year 8,752 posts will be filled up in all ranks
The government is likely to try and rope in services of former President APJ Abul Kalam and founder director of NLSIU, Bangalore, Dr NR Madhava Menon and the likes
At a time when the people of Bihar are aspiring for more, the number of passports being issued in the state has declined perceptibly.
The Bihar government would appoint 150 assistant professors to fill up vacancies in all the state run medical colleges in the next 15 days, announced health minister Ashwini Kumar Choubey in the legislative council on Tuesday.
Gangsters and other criminals in Bihar are shunning mobile phones and emails and turning to postal letters and couriers to run their rackets, threaten people and extort money, say police.
It was an exhilarating experience for the students of St Michael's High School on Saturday. For the first time, they were at the Bihar Regimental Centre (BRC) to witness the ceremonial passing out parade of recruits, who were to become a part of the Indian Army.
Urging Nabard to consider funding power plants under RIDF, deputy chief minister Sushil Kumar Modi on Saturday advocated, that commercial banks should involve panchayati raj institutions, primary agriculture co-operative societies and self help groups to increase the flow of credit and recovery.
Blaming Nitish Kumar government’s liberal liquor policy for atrocities on women, Bihar health minister Ashwini Chaubey said the state should look for alternative means of revenue and push for “total prohibition”.
The growth is not only higher compared to previous plan period, but also the highest among all Indian states
"There has been no electricity in my village since the 1970s." When Shilpa Singh, the first-ever Miss Universe contestant from Bihar said this, a kind of hush fell down on the audience.
The syndicate of Magadh University (MU) has approved launching of new post-graduate(PG) courses in about a dozen of constituent colleges from the academic session 2013-14.
Unless all government departments coordinate and adopt an integrated approach to end the age old practice of child marriage, the menace will continue in Bihar, feels the child protection and women empowerment committee of the state legislative council.