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Success story- Cobblers’ son becomes M.L.A

Success story- Cobblers’ son becomes M.L.A Late Sohrai Ram of Dalmianagar would have never imagined that his Son will become M.L.A one day, his son who won from Chenari Constituency says, “how i wish, he was alive to see this day.” Late Sohrai Ram used to polish shoes outside Dalmianager railway station, he never wanted his sons to follow the same route and do polishing. He worked really hard and provided good education to all his four kids. The eldest of them, Shyam Bihari Ram won from Chenari on JD(U) seat. There was huge celebration at his village and his house in a small village... 

Riding on Bicycle wave…the women factor

Riding on Bicycle wave… Riding on Bicycle wave... Apart from the development plank, the other significant factor for the thumping victory of Nitish has been, the women empowerment and bicycle scheme as large number of woman voters voted as segment cutting across all the barriers. They came out of their house and voted for him.  Women this time around have voted in chunk and the reservation for them in Panchayat polls and the bicycle scheme has done wonders. Girls and woman are feeling much secured, now women feel secured and parents also are coming forward and encouraging the girl child.... 

Losers by lowest margins and Winners by Highest….

winners by biggest margins Losers by lowest margins and Winners by Highest…. Losers by lowest margins There were heart breaking news for few candidates who lost by narrow margins. Here is the the list of candidates who lost by whisker: Criteria those who lost by less than 500 votes. From Keote Constituency Faraz Fatmi of RJD lost to Ashok Kumar Yadav of BJP by just 29 votes. Bijay Kumar Singh of LJP lost to his JMM rival Sumit Kumar Singh by 188 Votes. From prestigious Kishanganj constituency Sweety Singh (BJP) lost by 264 votes to Dr Mohammad Jawaid of Congress party. From Bhabhua... 

Dark Days Ending?

BIHAR POWER SUPPLY MIGHT IMPROVE IF … Bihar’s dark days may soon be over, provided the Centre gives its nod to a proposal for allocation of 50 per cent power produced from new projects based in the state, NTPC Chairman Arup Kumar Choudhury said today. “There is a proposal under consideration of the Centre that there should be an outright allocation of 50 per cent electricity to the states from the power projects coming up in their jurisdiction,” he told reporters in Patna. Chaudhary indicated that, in the event of  the union cabinet giving its assent to the proposal, Bihar... 

Voting starts peacefully for fifth phase

Voting starts on peacefully Voting for the penultimate phase of the six phase marathon Bihar Polls begin peacefully today with average voting as reported at 9 a.m was 9 %. Stray inidents were reported from Phulwari, Arwal and Nawada. Well at Nawada a person went inside the polling station with his kid and then let the kid press the Electronic Voting Machine to the party he wanted. Nobody stopped him from doing so. At Phulwari cops found Rupees One lakh Fifty five thousand from a vehicle without any number. Four people has been taken into custody in this regard. While in Arwal constituency in Koli... 

Nitish Kumar: ‘Lalu habitual law breaker’

Nitish Kumar: Lalu habitual law breaker Nitish termed Lalu as Habitual law breaker Reacting to the reports of, the First Information Reports (FIR) registered against Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) chief Lalu Prasad Yadav and his wife and former Chief Minister Rabri Devi for allegedly violating the model code of conduct, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Monday termed him a ‘habitual lawbreaker and offender’, who would never improve. Nitish Kumar, while addressing the media persons after casting his vote at Bakhtiarpur, said,”He acts like that, speaks like that, he is a habitual... 
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