Bihar Assembly Passes Bill for Time-Bound Government Services
Patna, March 28 (IANS) The Bihar assembly Monday unanimously passed the Right to Service Bill, which provides for fines on government officials who do not do common man's work within a stipulated timeframe, to check rampant corruption and red-tapism in the state.
The move follows Chief Minister Nitish Kumar's commitment to hasten the delivery of services like issuance caste certificates, police… Continue
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Patna, Jan 19 (IANS) President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Friday emphatically stated that development of Bihar was linked to that of India and called upon non-resident Indians (NRIs) to come forward in a big way to Continue
participate in the state's development. 'India's development is related with the development of Bihar.
The time has come for Bihar to get transformed into a developed state before 2015. We need the best of minds to be the partners in this great journey,' he said at the…
Added by noor alam on March 28, 2011 at 11:30pm —
Are you from Bihar? Oh! You are Bihari. Then you must be expert in corruption, have all the bad habits like smoking, drinking etc. You may have police record. So this is India’s opinion about Bihar. Actually this word ‘Bihar’ has become synonym of poverty, corruption, backwardness, violence and failed governance. Both print and Media coverage are responsible for this general opinion about Bihar. So what is the reality? I agree Bihar are poor but Biharis are not. There is no proper… Continue
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Bihar has more number of Literate than Kerala and Tamil Nadu
Bihar has more number of Graduates than Andhra Pradesh and Kerala combined?
More Biharis are doctors than Punjab and Gujarat combined?
Bihar has produced more number of IAS officer than Kerala,
Karnataka, Tamil Nadu , Andhra and Gujarat combined?
More Biharis are bank probationary office than any other state?
More Biharis are in IIT compare to Maharashtra and… Continue
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(१) रंग उराए पिचकारी.... Continue
रंग से रंग जाए दुनियाँ सारी...
होली के रंग आपके जीवन को रंग…
Added by Jitmohan Jha on March 17, 2011 at 1:35pm —
Paresan thi pappu ki wife
Non-happening thi uski life
Pappu ko na miltha tha aaram
Office me karta kam hi kam
Pappu ke boss bhi the bare cool
Promotion ko har bar jate the bhool
Per bhulte nahi the wo deadline
Kam wo roj karwate till nine
Papu bhi banana chata tha best
Isliye wo nahi karta tha rest
Din rat wo karta boss ki gulami
Apprisal ke umidd me deta… Continue
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Nālandā (Hindi/Sanskrit/Pali: नालंदा) is the name of an ancient center of higher learning in Bihar, India. The site of Nalanda is located in the Indian state of Bihar, about 55 miles south east of Patna, and was a Buddhist center of learning from 427 to 1197 CE. It has been called "one of the first great universities in recorded history." Some buildings were constructed by the Mauryan emperor Ashoka the Great  (i.e. Raja Asoka: 273–232 BCE) which is an indication of an early… Continue
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Maithili मैथिली, মৈথিলী ,maithilī
Spoken - India, Nepal
Region -Bihar, Jharkhand, parts of West Bengal in India, Terai Region in Nepal
Total speakers -34,700,000 (As per SIL),
Language family -Indo-European
Writing system Devanagari, Kaithi, Mithilakshar
Official language in In 8th schedule of Constitution of India, Bihar state in India and Nepal
Regulated by No… Continue
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Reign 274–232 BC
Coronation 270 BC
Full name Ashoka Bindusara Maurya
Titles Samraat Chakravartin; other titles include Devanampriya and Priyadarsin
Born 304 BC
Birthplace Pataliputra, Patna
Died 232 BC (aged 72)
Place of death Pataliputra, Patna
Buried Ashes immersed in the Ganges River, possibly at Varanasi, Cremated 232 BC, less than 24 hours after death
Successor Dasaratha Maurya
Consort Maharani Devi
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Aryabhata (IAST: Āryabhaṭa, Sanskrit: आर्यभटः) (476–550 CE) was the first in the line of great mathematician-astronomers from the classical age of Indian mathematics and Indian astronomy. His most famous works are the Āryabhaṭīya (499 CE, when he was 23 years old) and the Arya-siddhanta
While there is a tendency to misspell his name as "Aryabhatta" by analogy with other names having the "bhatta" suffix, his name is properly spelled Aryabhata: every… Continue
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Ancient India: Aryabhatta, ChandraGupta Maurya, Asoka the great, Chanakya, Panini, Vatsyayana (Kamasutra), Ashvaghosha
Religion: Sita mata (Hinduism), Mahavira (Jainism), Gautam Buddha (Buddhism), Bhaktivedanta Narayana Goswami, Guru Gobind Singh ji (Sikhism), Shams-ul-haq Azeemabadi (Islamic scholar)
Poets/witters: Ramdhari Singh Dinkar, Vidyapati, Ram Sharan (R. S.) Sharma, Nagarjuna (Vaidya Nath Mishra)
Freedom Fighters/Politicians: Dr… Continue
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The kingdom of the Magadha roughly corresponds to the modern districts of Patna and Gaya in southern Bihar, and parts of Bengal in the east. It was bounded on the north by the river Ganges, on the east by the river Champa, on the south by the Vindhya mountains and on the west by the river Sone. During the Buddha’s time and onward, its boundaries included Anga. Continue
There is little…
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Vaidya Nath Mishra
Bornune -30, 1911(1911-06-30) 
Satlakha Village, Madhubani District, Bihar
Died November 5, 1998(1998-11-05) (aged 87)
Khwaja Sarai, Darbhanga district, Bihar 
Other names Yatri
Occupation poet, writer, essayist, novelist
Years active 1930-1994
Spouse Aparajita Devi
Awards 1969:Sahitya Akademi Award
1994: Sahitya Akademi Fellowship
Nagarjun (Hindi:नागार्जुन, Baba Nagarjun, Vaidya Nath Mishra,… Continue
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Vidyapati Thakur (1352? - 1448?), also known by the sobriquet Maithil Kavi Kokil (the poet cuckoo of Maithili) was a Maithili poet and a Sanskrit writer. He was born in the village of Bishphi in Madhubani district of Bihar state, India. He was son of Ganapati. The name Vidyapati is derived from two Sanskrit words, Vidya (knowledge) and Pati (master), connoting thereby, a man of knowledge.
Vidyapati's poetry was widely influential in centuries to come, in the Hindustani as well as… Continue
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Buddha lived and preached in Bihar and from Bihar Bidhhism spread out into the world. It is from this land of learning that people took great ideas and came to learn at universities like Nalanda, from treatsies like the Arthashastra. It is this land of Viharas where buddhist monks prayed and spread the message of Ahimsa and Love. This is a land full of pilgrage places for not only Budhhists but also Jains, Sikhs and Hindus.
TourisminBihar.com tells you all about Tourism in Bihar and Travel… Continue
Added by Ranjan kumar jha on March 14, 2011 at 11:39am —
Mithila (Sanskrit: मिथिला, mithilā) was a kingdom in ancient India. It existed in the eastern Gangetic plains in areas which is today spread over more than half of Bihar state of India, and parts of adjoining Nepal. Mithila was the capital of Videha Kingdom as per epic Ramayana. This city is identified as modern day Janakpur in Dhanusa district of Nepal. The country of Videha is sometimes referred as Mithila though it was the capital city, much the same way as Kosala Kingdom is referred as… Continue
Added by Ranjan kumar jha on March 14, 2011 at 11:17am —
Bihar has a very rich history. It was called Magadha in ancient days. Its capital Patna, known as Pataliputra during the old days, was the center of the Mauryan empire, which ruled the Indian subcontinent between 325 BC-185 BC. Emperor Ashoka was the most famous ruler of this dynasty. Bihar remained an important place of power, culture and education during the next one thousand years. Nalanda and Vikramshila Universities were the world class learning… Continue
Added by Ranjan kumar jha on March 14, 2011 at 11:11am —
After a long time the people of Bihar going on the path of prosperty, unity and integrity. Before this, in the period of Laloo regime the social bopnding began some weak, and if I go before that only some dominating caste of the society captured the whole power of the the complete system of the society. That power hijacking is break down when the power shifted from the upper class to backward class. But in spite of this you can't say that the whole mindset of the our society has been changed.… Continue
Added by sanjay kumar on March 8, 2011 at 1:32pm —
Bihar ki mitti itni fertile hai ki use duniya ki koi taqat aage badhne se nahi rok sakti. Bhale hi hum vaktbke thaperon se thora pichar gaya lekin duniya ka margdarshan karne wala bihar ke log kabhi peechhe nahi rah sakta. Jab bhi desh ko jaroorat pai hai hamne netritwa kiya hai. Baat chahe 1857 ki kranti ki ho ya phir sampurn kranti ki. Hame ummid hai ki hum ek baar phir apne swarnim itihas ko prapt kar sakte hain. Bihar me aaj woh sabkuchh hai jiska istemal kar hum vikash aur badlav kinayee… Continue
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शहर की इस दौड़ में दौड़ के करना क्या है?
जब यही जीना है दोस्तों तो फ़िर मरना क्या है?
पहली बारिश में ट्रेन लेट होने की फ़िक्र है भूल गये भीगते हुए टहलना क्या है?
सीरियल्स् के किर्दारों का सारा हाल है मालूम पर माँ का हाल पूछ्ने की फ़ुर्सत कहाँ है?
अब रेत पे नंगे पाँव टहलते क्यूं नहीं?
108 हैं चैनल् फ़िर दिल बहलते क्यूं नहीं?
इन्टरनैट से दुनिया के तो टच में हैं,
लेकिन पडोस में कौन रहता है जानते तक नहीं.
मोबाइल, लैन्डलाइन सब की भरमार है,
लेकिन जिग्ररी दोस्त तक… Continue
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