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Bihar’s annual milk production up by 14 lakh litres since 2005

  Bihar milk sector: state of splash Biharsharif: Bihar’s annual milk production has gone up by 14 lakh litres since his government has taken charge in 2005, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar claimed recently. The annual milk production, which was four lakh litres, has gone up to 18 lakh, Kumar said here while addressing a function at the Nalanda district after inaugurating an automatic dairy and first tetra pack plant of the state built at a cost of Rs 704 crore. Kumar said that the state government has formulated a 5- year roadmap of Rs 704 crore from 2012-17, for increasing the production,... 

Changing face of rural Bihar: a report from Mohammadganj Panchayat, Supaul district

By Dr T N Jha Measuring growth: inch by inch! The miracle growth performance of Bihar in recent years has been intensely debated, some even doubting it, by the academics, planners, policy makers and media personnel. The purpose of the present write up is not to prove or disprove such claims, but to simply share some of the insights on the changing face of rural Bihar based on the perceptive understanding as obtained in the course of collective interaction with select villagers of Mohammadganj panchayat falling in the remote eastern parts of Supaul district. Methodologically, it must be admitted,... 

Development Days-Bihar’s growth strategy: a failure of imagination

  Michael Neri Development Days Bihar’s growth strategy: a failure of imagination By Michael Neri  Where will Bihar be in 20 years? Will it be like Punjab is today, with its dominant agriculture sector supported by a thriving small scale manufacturing industry in urban pockets, or will it be like Gujarat or Maharashtra, with their robust industrial economies and their sophisticated services sectors dovetailed into the global economy? The World Bank, in a 2005 report (http://tinyurl.com/3befoh7), created a growth strategy for the state that leverages its rich land and water endowment to... 

Eco-Scope Bihar-Explosive Population Growth – The Time Bomb

Prof. Ashok K Ghosh Eco-Scope Bihar Explosive Population Growth – The Time Bomb By Prof Ashok Kumar Ghosh It is estimated that the human population will cross seven billion this year—more than double what it was just 50 years ago. It is further projected that the world population will be around 10.1 billion at the end of this century,out of which approximately 8.2 billion will be living in less developed countries. It is also estimated that in next 39 years there will be some big shifts among the biggest countries. By 2050, India will surpass China as the world’s largest population,... 

‘Growth is not only about GDP but ending discrimination and hunger’: Nitish

‘Growth is not only about GDP but ending discrimination and hunger’: Nitish No draft, no bother: only cash! Patna: Nitish Kumar defined raj dharma to hundreds of students at Samvad Bhavan while launching the prepaid-cum-ATM card to provide scholarship money to OBC, SC/ST, and EBC students. Giving the example of the setting up of Mahadalit Commission, he said: “It was necessary to do positive discrimination because I saw that among backward classes there is another class which is neglected and I identified them because until and unless all sections of people are brought to the mainstream,... 
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