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Amir’s Satyamev Jayate: story chosen – Dashrath Manjhi’s /timing chosen – parliamentary elections

    Amir’s audience, Gahlaur, Gaya Gaya: Amir Khan who visited Gaya yesterday to announce the second season of Satyamev Jayate felt very humble when he was greeted by a huge crowd. The actor visited Gehlaur in Gaya, Bihar to begin his journey of Satyamev Jayate 2 from the very spot where Dashrath Manjhi had given 22 years by himself broke a mountain and made a road for the villagers. Amir, who visited Gehlaur in Gaya ­district on Tuesday to pay homage to Dashrath Manjhi (also known as the Mountain Man) said he was truly inspired and moved by Manjhi’s ­achievement. “I... 

Bihar sets up Live Satellite Studio: students to attend virtual lectures by experts

  Indira Gandhi Science Complex: Patna Patna: Bihar Council of Science and Technology (BCST) and Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) jointly have launched a Live Satellite Studio at the Edusat hub in Bihar.   Located at Indira Gandhi Science Complex, this breakthrough Studio will let students of engineering colleges and polytechnics located across the state to benefit from the opportunity of attending the classes conducted by experienced teachers via live satellite studio. The studio construction incurred the cost of around Rs1.5 crore for which Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO)... 

Does Modi see Nitish as enemy no 1: with 4 Modi rallies in Bihar in March!

    Nitish: the chief Namo target? Patna: A good indication of how important Bihar may be for BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi is that the Gujarat CM is scheduled to address as many as four election rallies in the state next month. Modi is scheduled to address a rally in Muzaffarpur, north Bihar’s most important town, on March 3. A week later, on March 10, he will address another rally in Purnea in Seemanchal. He will be back in central Bihar to address a rally in Gaya four days later. He will then travel to Saharsa on March 24 to address a rally in the Kosi region. The... 

Associating with Congress hurts Laloo: 13 MLAs leave RJD to join JD[U]

    Sudden impact: Laloo stunned Patna: With its ally LJP was moving towards Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), even as RJD President Lalu Prasad Yadav today advised Ram Vilas Paswan to not join “communal forces”, the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) split on Monday as the 13 MLAs broke away from the party. The rebel legislators may join Nitish Kumar’s Janata Dal United JD(U). The rebels, led by the RJD’s chief whip in the Bihar assembly Rakesh Kumar, better known as Samrat Choudhary, met speaker Uday Narain Choudhary this afternoon. The Speaker immediately recognized the breakaway... 

Rajni’s game changer ‘Kochadaiiyaan’ to release in Bhojpuri among seven languages

    Kochadaiiyaan: the game-changer production Chennai: After months of delay, superstar Rajinikanth‘s Tamil period-drama “Kochadaiiyaan” is slated to release worldwide April 11, and its director Soundarya Rajinikanth Ashwin views the film as the next step in Indian cinema. “Following last year’s celebrations of India’s filmmaking centenary, we view the release of ‘Kochadaiiyaan’ as part of the next step of Indian cinema. For the first time a full length feature has been made using performance capture technology in India and I truly hope this creates a whole alternate... 

New Ganga bridge to connect Khagaria with Sultanganj

  Ganga at Sultanganj Patna: CM Nitish Kumar on Sunday laid the foundation of a four-lane RCC cable-stayed bridge along with approach road across the Ganga at Aguani ghat under Parbatta block in Khagaria district, 42km from the district headquarters. The 3,160-metre-long bridge will be constructed at a cost of Rs 1,710.77 crore and connect Khagaria with Sultanganj in Bhagalpur district. It is scheduled to be completed within three years. It would link National Highway (NH) 31 and 107, reducing distance between Sultanganj and Khagaria, Saharsa, Supaul and Madhepura districts. The CM also... 

संयोग : पंडारा के बम शंकर जी की दास्तान

  सच्चिदानंद सिंह when hunting backfired! पंडारा के बम शंकर सिंह जी बम तो नहीं पर एक बन्दूक अमूमन हमेशा साथ रखते थे. सुबह के नाश्ते के बाद उनका पहनावा उन्नीसवी सदी के किसी अंग्रेज शिकारी का हो जाता था – घुटनों के नीचे तक पहुंचते बूट, खाकी पैंट के... 

Yet another power plant in Bihar: in Kajra, Lakhisarai

  Bihar: getting em-powered Patna: The state run NTPC is all set to get another power project in Bihar. This 1.320 MW project would be set up through a joint venture company with the PSU and the state government’s power production company. The project would be situated in Lakhisarai district of the state. Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar will lay the foundation stone for this project on Saturday. In the joint venture company, the NTPC would own 74 percent, while the rest of the shares will belong to the state government.”We have been trying very long for this project,”... 

JNU, BHU keen to have centres in Bihar

  JNU Campus: turning to Bihar? Patna: Earlier, it is the students, Bihari students in particular who traveled in droves to colleges and universities in other states. It now appears that the destination universities are getting ready to travel to students. The reasons may be simple – often universities find it impossible to expans their infrastructures on the existing sites and the only only way to expand seems to make a move elsewhere through outlets, centres and branches. Delhi-based Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) and Banaras Hindu University (BHU) are keen to open their centres... 

Patna to get 20km stretch of free Wi-fi: all the way from NIT to Danapur

    Patna: a Wi-fi hotspot? Patna: according to reports, the long stretch from NIT-Patna on Ashok Rajpath to Danapur, a 20-km distance will have free Wi-Fi facility. On Wednesday, chief minister Kumar unveiled the 20km free Wi-Fi zone, the longest across the globe, at the e-Bihar summit in Patna. Kumar also unveiled a ‘city surveillance and dial 100′ scheme under which at least 100 CCTV cameras installed in different localities of the state capital became operational. A state data centre has also been opened for storing of the ‘data’ collected by these cameras. Speaking... 
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