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Two Girls from Bihar selected among the Finalists of Miss India 2013

Two Girls from Patna Bihar, Supriya Aiman and Sukanya Bhattacharya have been selected among the Finalists of Miss India 2013 Beauty Pageant to be held on March 24th. A Total of 21 Girls have been included in the list of Finalists and two of them are from Patna.

Supriya Aiman is a 22 Years Aeronautical Engineer and a model hailing from Patna Bihar. She was born and brought up in Patna. She completed her higher studies from Indian Institute of Aeronautics, Patna. Previously, she had won the Title of 2nd Runner Up in Miss Bihar 2012 Beauty Pageant.

Sukanya Bhattacharya was born in Patna. She did her schooling from St. Josephs and Radiant International School Patna while higher studies from Indira Gandhi National Open University. She currently works as Air Hostess with Indigo Airlines.

Bihar Diwas - 2013, 22-24 March Programme

Bihar Day is much more than celebration. It is more than another public holiday. It is more than the pride and excitement of citizens who call themselves Biharis. Bihar Day, celebrated on 22 March to commemorate the States separation from Bengal in 1912, is the one day of the year where over 103 million individual Bihar is, regardless of their religious beliefs, can come together in shared experience; an experience that may not be easy or necessary to articulate, but that often unconsciously binds them to this remarkable land and its people.

Bihar Diwas - 2013, 22-24 March Programme

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Canvas art paintings by Agnes Pelton, whose fame continues to grow more than a half-century after her death, will be displayed throughout City Hall for a three-month show to draw attention to the artist and the place she called home.

Public Arts Commission chairwoman Marilyn Cooper said the initial plan was to hang a couple of her pieces in one room, but as she found more and more collectors willing to loan pieces for the exhibit, it became clear “this is bigger than just the council chambers.”

“Channeling Agnes Pelton” will run from April 6 through June 27, and include up to 18 canvases to be shown on the second and third floors of City Hall, which will encompass the portraits and landscapes she painted for a living as well as the more abstract images she found most fulfilling.

“She was very interested in painting the other side, what was inside of things, the ethereal,” said Peter Palladino, who with his partner Simeon Den owns the house at 68-680 F Street Pelton built in 1939 and lived in until shortly before she died in 1961.

Pelton was a struggling artist through most of her time in the desert, but began to rise in prominence with a 1995 Palm Springs Art Museum show that was later taken on tour.“She is an emerging artist, and people who purchase her work now will be at an advantage,” Cooper said.

Pelton is often grouped with contemporaries like Georgia O’Keefe and other transcendentalist painters who were based in New Mexico, though she did not spend much time in that southwestern state. Long-distance, Pelton helped form a Transcendentalist Painters Group around the time she moved to Cathedral City.

Pelton and O’Keefe’s work were featured together in an exhibit in the Orange County Museum of Art, and Pelton was called “California’s Georgia O’Keefe“ in a lecture given in Cathedral City last March as part of the Deserts capes series of events around plain air art.

Asiaartshop: Cooper said the commission’s primary goal with this exhibit is to get Pelton recognized by the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, D.C. Cooper said Friday she’d just been told the museum does have a file on Pelton, but doesn’t know if any of her work is included in its collection.
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Bihar Girl to represent India in Miss Universe 2012 at Las Vegas

  Shilpa Singh, a model hailing from Samastipur, Bihar would represent India in Miss Universe  2012 Beauty Pageant to be held at Las Vegas , US on December 19 this year.

Shilpa Singh, a Software Engineer by profession and a model by passion recently completed her engineering from NMIMS  Mumbai. She currently works for Infosys Technologies.

Shilpa Singh was the  1st runner-up of I Am She – Miss Universe India 2012  but after the winner of  I am She was dethroned due to conflict of age, the title was finally given to Shilpa who would now represent India in Miss Universe 2012 Contest at Las Vevas, Nevada United States and Miss Globe International 2013.

She was not sure about participating in any beauty pageant. One day she saw an   ad in the newspaper for ‘I AM She 2012’ and just took it by chance. “I just wanted to give it a try,” the pretty damsel recalls in an Interview to New Indian Express.

For starters, Shilpa laughs, “I’ve always been a tomboy.” That’s means, she elaborates: entering a national level pageant, she had no idea how to put on make-up, use a blow dryer and least of all, any interest in shopping.

“When my friends heard I was participating in ‘I Am She,’ they would joke and ask me: “Are you sure it’s not ‘I Am He?‘” Glancing down at her five-inch something heels, it is clear that jokes apart, her tomboy days are well behind her.

Shilpa’s Family hails from a village called Diha in Singhiya block  of Samastipur district of Bihar.  Born in Samastipur, she did her schooling at Muzaffarpur, Ranchi , Jamshedpur and Mumbai. Her Family is presently settled in Mumbai.

Chitragupta Ji Maharaj Father of Kayastha Family

Vedic Origin

The Kayastha trace their genealogy from Adi Purush Shri Chitraguptaji Maharaj. It is said that after Lord Brahma had created the four Varnas (Brahmins, Kshatriyas, Vaishyas and Shudras), Yama snonym Dharamraj requested Lord Brahma to help him record the deeds, good and evil, of men, and administer justice.
Lord Brahma went into meditation for 11000 years and when he opened his eyes he saw a man holding pen and ink-pot in his hands and a sword girdled to his waist. Lord Brahma spoke; "Thou hast been created from my body (Kaya), therefore shall thy progeny be known as the Kayasthas. Thou hast been conceived in my mind (Chitra) and in secrecy (gupta), thy name shall also be Chitragupta". Brahma then enjoined him to dispense justice and punish those who violated the dharma. Thus, the Kayasthas were accorded a dual caste, Brahmin/Kshatriya,.
कायस्थों का स्त्रोत श्री चित्रगुप्तजी महाराज को माना जाता है । कहा जाता है कि ब्रह्माजी ने चार वर्णो को बनाया ( ब्राह्मण , क्षत्रीय , वैश्य , शूद्र ) तब यम जी ने उनसे मानवों का विव्रण रखने मे सहायता मांगी।
फिर ब्रह्माजी ११००० वर्षों के लिये ध्यानसाधना मे लीन हो गये और जब उन्होने आँखे खोली तो देखा कि " आजानभुज करवाल पुस्तक कर कलम मसिभाजनम" अर्थात एक पुरुष को अपने सामने कलम, दवात, पुस्तक तथा कमर मे तल्वार बाँधे पाया । तब ब्रह्मा जी ने कहा कि "हे पुरुष तुम कौन हो, तब वह पुरुष बोला मैं आपके चित्त में गुप्त रूप से निवास कर रहा था, अब आप मेरा नामकरण करें और मेरे लिए जो भी दायित्व हो मुझे सौपें, तब ब्रह्माजी बोले जैसा कि तुम मेरे चित्र (शरीर) मे गुप्त (विलीन) थे इसलिये तुम्हे चित्रगुप्त के नाम से जाना जाएगा। और तुम्हारा कार्य होगा प्रेत्यक प्राणी की काया में गुप्तरूप से निवास करते हुए उनके द्वारा किये गए सत्कर्म और अपकर्म का लेखा रखना और तदानुसार सही न्याय कर उपहार और दंड की व्यवस्था करना। चूंकि तुम प्रेत्यक प्राणी की काया में गुप्तरूप से निवास करोगे इसलिये तुम्हे और तुम्हारी संतानो को कायस्थ भी कहा जाएगा । "
श्री चित्रगुप्त जी को महाशक्तिमान क्षत्रीय के नाम से सम्बोधित किया गया है । इनकी दो शादिया हुई, पहली पत्नी सूर्यदक्षिणा/नंदनी जो ब्राह्मण कन्या थी, इनसे 4 पुत्र हुए जो भानू, विभानू, विश्वभानू और वीर्यभानू कहलाए। दूसरी पत्नी एरावती/शोभावति नागवन्शी क्षत्रिय कन्या थी, इनसे 8 पुत्र हुए जो चारु, चितचारु, मतिभान, सुचारु, चारुण, हिमवान, चित्र, और अतिन्द्रिय कहलाए।

Puja Process

First clean the Puja room and then Bath Chitragupt Ji's idol or photo first with water, then with panchamitra/or rose water, followed by water once more. Now put Deepak (Lamp) of ghee in front of the Chitragupt Ji. Make a Panchamitra with 5 ingredients of milk, curd, ghee (clarified butter), sugar & Honey. Place Few mithais, snacks & fruits as a prashad. Make Guraadi (Gur + Adi = Molasses + Ginger). Make offerings of flowers, Abir (red colour), Sindoor (vermillion) and Haldi (turmeric). Light the Agarbatti (incense sticks) and lamps filled with Ghee. Read the holy book of Chitragupta puja. After the completion of Katha, perform aarti. Now take plain new paper & make swastik with roli-ghee, then write the name of five god & goddess with a new pen. Then write a "MANTRA (Given Below)" & write your Name, Address (permanent & present), Date (hindi date) your income & expenditure. Then fold the the paper & put before Chitragupt Ji.


Shree Chitragupta Ji Gayatri Mantra
Shree Chitragupta Ji Gayatri Mantra
Shree Chitragupta Ji Maharaj Aarti
Shree Chitragupta Ji Maharaj Aarti
Shree Chitragupta Ji Maharaj Stuti
Shree Chitragupta Ji Maharaj Stuti


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Bihar State Food & Civil Supply Corporation

  Bihar State Food & Civil Supplies Corporation Limited was established on 2nd April 1973, under the company Act, 1956.        
The Food and Consumer Protection department, Government of Bihar manages one of India largest Public Distribution System (PDS) supply chain through which major commodities like wheat, rice etc. are distributed through a network of more than 45,000 Fair Price Shops covering a population (AAY and Priority Household) of more than 76 million in the state.
The Bihar State Food and Civil Supplies Corporation (BSFC), nodal agency for distribution of PDS commodities is implementing the state of the art e-PDS system to introduce transparency and accountability in the entire system and arrest leakages and diversions in the supply chain which is defeating the noble cause and scheme of the Government. The project covers activities at all the District Managers offices, 57 FCI depots and 534 PDS Godowns in the state.
BSFC also has been designated as Nodal Agency for procurement of paddy and wheat on behalf of Govt. at Minimum Support Price (MSP) and additional bonus announced by State Government from the farmers.

Sailent features of the e-PDS Project are given below :

  • Fully automated Stock Issue Order (SIO) generation.
  • Automatic reconciliation of amounts paid by FPS dealers into Banks.
  • Integration of electronic floor scales with the e-PDS system to ensure proper weightage supply for dealer.
  • Real Time Godown Inventory Management through computerization of stock received and stock issued at the Godowns.
  • Monitoring foodgrain movement in real-time along with load cell with the help of GPS based vehicle devices and load sensors fixed to vehicles under section 12(2)(b) of NFSA.
  • Real time tracking of vehicle movement through dedicated control rooms in each district and BSFS Head Quarters.
  • Automated SMS alerts regarding food grain movement to beneficiaries and other stakeholders.
  • Transparency and Accountability introduced in the entire system through a comprehensive Management Information System (MIS) under section 12(2)(d) of NSFA.
  • Dedicated Help Desk for redressal of technical issues.
  • Dedicated Call Centre for redressal of grievances of all stakeholders under section 14. of NFSA

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Hostels for Working Women in Bihar

कामकाजी महीलाओं के लिए छात्रावास
Under the scheme for Working Women Hostel being administered by Ministry of Women and Child Development, Government of India, so far 6 working women hostels have been sanctioned in Bihar.

Under the Scheme, financial assistance is provided to the eligible implementing organizations such as State Government agencies and Civil Society Organizations etc. up to 75% of the cost of construction of the hostel building for working women on public land as per the prescribed area norms. There is also provision of extending financial assistance for hostels to be run in rented premises. Corporate houses or associations like CII, ASSOCHAM, FICCI etc., can also seek financial assistance for a matching grant (50:50) for hostel building construction on public land only. There is also a provision of one-time non-recurring grant @ Rs. 7500/- per inmate for purchase of furniture and furnishings.

WDC aims at providing safe hostel accommodation to working women living out of their homes. This scheme envisages provision of safe and affordable accommodation to working women (single working women, women working at places away from their home-towns, working but husband out of town, widows, divorcees, separated women etc.) and women being trained for employment and girl students studying in post school professional courses. WDC plans to open this hostel in Bhagalpur, Gaya, Muzaffarpur, Patna and Darbhanga Presently.
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SOCIAL EMPOWERMENT(Women Development Corporation, Bihar)

Establishment of women Help lines throughout the State

Women who are victims of various atrocities such as dowry, rape, sexual harassment, domestic violence etc are subjected to physical and mental torture besides having to face social & financial problems. With a view to console these women and rehabilitate them, the scheme of “ Helpline” was launched. Helpline was established as a crisis intervention centre for women in distress. It is a unit within the system of the government (Dept. of Social Welfare), which is committed to respond to the critical needs of the victims of violence. Counselling services if needed are provided, by trained counsellors. If legal assistance is necessary the same is provided through Legal Services authority or through the legal aid committee functioning under the chairmanship of a District magistrate.
HELPLINE was established in Patna in September 1999 as a crisis intervention centre for women in distress. Every district of Bihar shall have one Helpline. The Monthly Report seen in annual reports submenu.
Short stay homes for women and girls
WDC aims at providing temporary shelter and support to women and girls, who have no social support systems to rely on and also to rehabilitate women and girls socially and economically by provision of skill training and counselling.The Monthly Report seen in annual reports submenu.
Working women's hostel
WDC aims at providing safe hostel accommodation to working women living out of their homes. This scheme envisages provision of safe and affordable accommodation to working women (single working women, women working at places away from their home-towns, working but husband out of town, widows, divorcees, separated women etc.) and women being trained for employment and girl students studying in post school professional courses. WDC plans to open this hostel in Bhagalpur, Gaya, Muzaffarpur, Patna and Darbhanga Presently.
Awareness Campaigns
In order to sensitize the stakeholders and create mass awareness at the community level; awareness campaigns and training programme are organized on a regular basis. Use of Nukkad natak, documentary films, poster and banner will be used as effective medium of the campaign. The Social Awareness Programme of WDC is aimed at dealing with the eradication of various social evils such as dowry system, child marriage, dayan, sexual harassment at work place, trafficking, female feticide, women’s social & economic right, drug addiction and atrocities on women. It is also proposed that local folk teams and special groups such as Nat, Beggars, Destitute are be trained and developed to sustain the process of awareness generation.
Family Counselling Centres are also proposed to be set with the aiming to support and sustain a community owned and managed family center, which would work for gender just society.
Social Rehabilitation Programme
Legal provisions take a long time to be enforced successfully. Therefore, these victims need to be supported by a range of programmes which can provide succour to them within a short period of time. Fund under Social Rehabilitation Programme shall be utilized for rehabilitating women and their children who are victims of adverse circumstances and need support for rehabilitation, repatriation and reintegration. Legal aid, counselling, crisis intervention, vocational training, assistance for livelihood, education, information, advocacy, etc. can be some of the activities that may be taken up under the programme.
The scheme aims to provide day care services to children (0-5) of working parents. The facilities provided to children under the scheme include sleeping and day care facilities, supplementary nutrition, immunisation, medicine and recreation. The state government has decided to start 100 crèches in the State.
Protection Homes
WDC plans to provide helter homes for women in difficult circumstances. This will include Trafficked women/girls rescued or runaway from brothels or other places or women/girl victims of sexual crimes, who are disowned by family or who do not want to go back to respective family for various reasons. Women Development Corporation as the implementing agency plans to take up the responsibility of rehabilitating such women. It has proposed to start a shelter home with 50 beds in Patna in the current financial year. To provide primary need of shelter, food, clothing and care to the marginalized women/girls living in difficult circumstances who are without any social and economic support; To provide emotional support and counselling to such women; To rehabilitate them socially and economically through education, awareness, skill up gradation and personality development through behavioral training etc; To arrange for specific clinical, legal and other support for women/girls in need of those interventions by linking and networking with other organizations in both Government and non-Government sectors on case to case basis. An advertisement in this regard was publised earlier and 6 NGOs had been shortlisted and physical verification of these NGOs are being completed.

Apply Online for Kailash Manasarovar Yatra 2014

Kailash Manasarovar Yatra (KMY) is known for its religious value, cultural significance, physical beauty and thrilling nature. It is undertaken by hundreds of people every year. Holding significance for the Hindus as the abode of Lord Shiva, it holds religious importance also for the Jains and the Buddhists.
The Yatra is organized by the Ministry of External Affairs every year between June and September. It is open to eligible Indian citizens, holding valid Indian passports, who wish to proceed to Kailash Manasarovar for religious purposes.

The Application form for the KMY-2014 is already available. The last date to apply online is 05 March 2014. The last date to submit printout of an online or printable application is 10 March 2014.

This year, 18 batches, each with a maximum 60 Yatris, are planned to be sent for the Yatra between 08 June and 09 September. The Yatra proper will be for 22 days. In addition, Yatris need to spend 3 days in Delhi for medical tests, Chinese visa, briefings, etc. The Delhi Government will provide free meals and accommodation for the stay in Delhi. Yatris are, however, free to make their own arrangements.

Caution: The Yatra involves trekking at high altitudes of up to 19,500 feet, under inhospitable conditions, including extreme cold and rugged terrain, and may prove hazardous for those who are not physically and medically fit. Only those healthy and physically fit should apply to undertake the Yatra.
The Government of India shall not be responsible in any manner for any loss of life or injury to a Yatri, or any loss or damage to property of a Yatri due to any natural calamity or due to any other reason. Pilgrims undertake the Yatra purely at their own volition, cost, risk and consequences.

The Government shall not have any obligation to bring the mortal remains of any pilgrim across the border for cremation in the Indian side, in case of death on the Chinese side. All Yatris are, therefore, required to sign a Consent Form for cremation of mortal remains on the Chinese side in case of death.

Rajiv Awas Yojana (RAY)

Rajiv Awas Yojana (RAY) envisages a “Slum Free India" with inclusive and equitable cities in which every citizen has access to basic civic infrastructure and social amenities and decent shelter.

Encourage States/Union Territories (UTs) to tackle slums in a definitive manner, by focusing on:
  1. Bringing all existing slums, notified or non-notified (including recognised and identified) within the formal system and enabling them to avail the basic amenities that is available for the rest of the city/UA;
  2. Redressing the failures of the formal system that lie behind the creation of slums by planning for affordable housing stock for the urban poor and initiating crucial policy changes required for facilitating the same.
  1. Improving and provisioning of housing, basic civic infrastructure and social amenities in intervened slums.
  2. Enabling reforms to address some of the causes leading to creation of slums.
  3. Facilitating a supportive environment for expanding institutional credit linkages for the urban poor.
  4. Institutionalizing mechanisms for prevention of slums including creation of affordable housing stock.
  5. Strengthening institutional and human resource capacities at the Municipal, City and State levels through comprehensive capacity building and strengthening of resource networks.
  6. Empowering community by ensuring their participation at every stage of decision making through strengthening and nurturing Slum Dwellers’ Association/Federations.
RAY is to be implemented in a mission mode and will provide financial support to States/UTs/Urban Local Bodies (ULBs)/Central Government Agencies, hereafter called implementing agencies, for providing housing and improvement of basic civic infrastructure and social amenities in each selected slums. Rental and transit housing will be admissible under the scheme. Operation and maintenance (O&M) of assets created under this scheme will also be eligible for funding.
RAY will also extend financial support States for creation of affordable housing stock through public-private partnership (PPP) under the Affordable Housing in Partnership (AHP) component of the scheme.
The scheme is applicable to all slums within a city, whether notified or non-notified (including identified and recognised), whether on lands belonging to Central Government or its Undertakings, Autonomous bodies created under the Act of Parliament, State Government or its Undertakings, Urban Local Bodies or any other public agency and private sector. It is also applicable to “urbanized villages” inside the planning area of the city, urban homeless and pavement dwellers

Aajeevika - National Rural Livelihoods Mission (NRLM)

Aajeevika - National Rural Livelihoods Mission (NRLM) was launched by the Ministry of Rural Development (MoRD), Government of India in June 2011. Aided in part through investment support by the World Bank, the Mission aims at creating efficient and effective institutional platforms of the rural poor enabling them to increase household income through sustainable livelihood enhancements and improved access to financial services.
NRLM has set out with an agenda to cover 7 Crore rural poor households, across 600 districts, 6000 blocks, 2.5 lakh Gram Panchayats and 6 lakh villages in the country through self-managed Self Help Groups (SHGs) and federated institutions and support them for livelihoods collectives in a period of 8-10 years. In addition, the poor would be facilitated to achieve increased access to their rights, entitlements and public services, diversified risk and better social indicators of empowerment. NRLM believes in harnessing the innate capabilities of the poor and complements them with capacities (information, knowledge, skills, tools, finance and collectivization) to participate in the growing economy of the country.

NRLM implementation is in a Mission Mode. This enables (a) shift from the present allocation based strategy to a demand driven strategy enabling the states to formulate their own livelihoods-based poverty reduction action plans, (b) focus on targets, outcomes and time bound delivery, (c) continuous capacity building, imparting requisite skills and creating linkages with livelihoods opportunities for the poor, including those emerging in the organized sector, and (d) monitoring against targets of poverty outcomes. As NRLM follows a demand driven strategy, the States have the flexibility to develop their livelihoods-based perspective plans and annual action plans for poverty reduction. The overall plans would be within the allocation for the state based on inter-se poverty ratios.

NRLM Mission

"To reduce poverty by enabling the poor households to access gainful self-employment and skilled wage employment opportunities, resulting in appreciable improvement in their livelihoods on a sustainable basis, through building strong grassroots institutions of the poor."

NRLM Guiding Principles

  • Poor have a strong desire to come out of poverty, and they have innate capabilities
  • Social mobilization and building strong institutions of the poor is critical for unleashing the innate capabilities of the poor.
  • An external dedicated and sensitive support structure is required to induce the social mobilization, institution building and empowerment process.
  • Facilitating knowledge dissemination, skill building, access to credit, access to marketing, and access to other livelihoods services underpins this upward mobility.

NRLM Values

The core values which guide all the activities under NRLM are as follows:
  • Inclusion of the poorest, and meaningful role to the poorest in all the processes
  • Transparency and accountability of all processes and institutions
  • Ownership and key role of the poor and their institutions in all stages – planning, implementation, and, monitoring
  • Community self-reliance and self-dependence
Institutional Platforms of Poor

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Phanishwar Nath Renu or Renu ji .

Phanishwar Nath Renu or Renu ji, is counted among the foremost writers of Hindi literature. Born in a small village (Aurahi Hingna village) Phanishwarnath Renuin Purnia district of Bihar on 4 March 1921, he became famous for his active participation in civil and human rights movement, raising his voice against injustice including the struggle for Indian independence in 1942.

In 1950, he joined Nepalese struggle against the dominance of Rana kings and was jailed. During 1952-53 he became very sick, was diagnosed with tuberculosis. This was the time that he came to know Ms. Latika, a nurse in the hospital where he was admitted, and later married. Only afterwards did Latika discover that he already had a wife and family in Aurahi Hingna village.

After his sickness, he became much more active in literature and his first novel Maila Anchal (Dirty sari) was published that established his reputation as a serious writer. Apart from fiction, he was equally active in writing about persons, reports and events. During later part of seventies, he joined the Samporn Kranti (Total revolution) movement led by Jayaprakash Narayan and was jailed and tortured by the police. These were the years that he came in contact with my father. My father died in 1975 and I have a letter of Renu Kalank Mukti by Phanishwarnath Renu, book covertalking about my father. He himself died two years later, on 11 April 1977.
    Maila Anchal
    Parti Parikatha
    Kitne Chaurahe
    Paltu Babu Road

    Maare Gaye Gulfam (Teesri Kasam)
    Lal Pan Ki Begum
    Tabe Ekla Chalo Re

Story collections (Katha-Sangrah)
    Acche Aadmi
    Ek Adim Ratri Ki Mehak
    Ek Shravani duphari

    Rindjal Dhanjal
    Van Tulsi ki gandh
    Shrut Ashrut Purva

    HrinJal- DhanJal
    Nepali Kranti Katha
    Van tulsi ki gandh
    Shruth Asruth purve
    Pahli kranti katha
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Lok Sabha election 2014 dates in Bihar

Constituencies voting schedule

State Constituency Poll Date Phase
Bihar Valmiki Nagar 12-May-14 9
Bihar Paschim Champaran 12-May-14 9
Bihar Purvi Champaran 12-May-14 9
Bihar Sheohar 07-May-14 8
Bihar Sitamarhi 07-May-14 8
Bihar Madhubani 30-Apr-14 7
Bihar Jhanjharpur 30-Apr-14 7
Bihar Supaul 24-Apr-14 6
Bihar Araria 24-Apr-14 6
Bihar Kishanganj 24-Apr-14 6
Bihar Katihar 24-Apr-14 6
Bihar Purnia 24-Apr-14 6
Bihar Madhepura 30-Apr-14 7
Bihar Darbhanga 30-Apr-14 7
Bihar Muzaffarpur 07-May-14 8
Bihar Vaishali 12-May-14 9
Bihar Gopalganj 12-May-14 9
Bihar Siwan 12-May-14 9
Bihar Maharajganj 07-May-14 8
Bihar Saran 07-May-14 8
Bihar Hajipur 07-May-14 8
Bihar Ujiarpur 07-May-14 8
Bihar Samastipur 30-Apr-14 7
Bihar Begusarai 30-Apr-14 7
Bihar Khagaria 30-Apr-14 7
Bihar Bhagalpur 24-Apr-14 6
Bihar Banka 24-Apr-14 6
Bihar Munger 17-Apr-14 5
Bihar Nalanda 17-Apr-14 5
Bihar Patna Sahib 17-Apr-14 5
Bihar Pataliputra 17-Apr-14 5
Bihar Arrah 17-Apr-14 5
Bihar Buxar 17-Apr-14 5
Bihar Sasaram 10-Apr-14 3
Bihar Karakat 10-Apr-14 3
Bihar Jahanabad 17-Apr-14 5
Bihar Aurangabad 10-Apr-14 3
Bihar Gaya 10-Apr-14 3
Bihar Nawada 10-Apr-14 3
Bihar Jamui 10-Apr-14 3

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List of Application received for Post Matric Scholorship 2013-14 Scheme for SC/ST Student of Bihar

List of Application received for Post Matric Scholorship Scheme for SC/St student of Bihar

SC/ST Welfare Department, Govt of Bihar, release the list of student who applied for Post Matric Scholarship. Any one who applied for this scholarship can see there name from Official Website of Department.  Visit

प्रवेशिकोत्तर छात्रवृत्ति 2013-14 के लिये संस्थानवार- छात्र/छात्रवार प्राप्त आवेदनों की सूची (आवेदनों की जाँच क्रियाधीन)
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Trends & Result: GENERAL ELECTIONS 2014

ALL INDIA Result Status
Status Known For 543 out of 543 Constituencies
Party Won
Bharatiya Janata Party 282
Communist Party of India 1
Communist Party of India (Marxist) 9
Indian National Congress 44
Nationalist Congress Party 6
Aam Aadmi Party 4
All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam 37
All India N.R. Congress 1
All India Trinamool Congress 34
All India United Democratic Front 3
Biju Janata Dal 20
Indian National Lok Dal 2
Indian Union Muslim League 2
Jammu & Kashmir Peoples Democratic Party 3
Janata Dal (Secular) 2
Janata Dal (United) 2
Jharkhand Mukti Morcha 2
Kerala Congress (M) 1
Lok Jan Shakti Party 6
Naga Peoples Front 1
National Peoples Party 1
Pattali Makkal Katchi 1
Rashtriya Janata Dal 4
Revolutionary Socialist Party 1
Samajwadi Party 5
Shiromani Akali Dal 4
Shivsena 18
Sikkim Democratic Front 1
Telangana Rashtra Samithi 11
Telugu Desam 16
All India Majlis-E-Ittehadul Muslimeen 1
Apna Dal 2
Rashtriya Lok Samta Party 3
Swabhimani Paksha 1
Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party 9
Independent 3
Total 543

Bihar Result Status

Status Known For 40 out of 40 Constituencies
Constituency Const. No. Leading Candidate Leading Party Trailing Candidate Trailing Party Margin Status

Araria 9 TASLEEM UDDIN Rashtriya Janata Dal PRADEEP KUMAR SINGH Bharatiya Janata Party 146504 Result Declared
Arrah 32 RAJ KUMAR SINGH Bharatiya Janata Party SRIBHAGWAN SINGH KUSHWAHA Rashtriya Janata Dal 135870 Result Declared
Aurangabad 37 SUSHIL KUMAR SINGH Bharatiya Janata Party NIKHIL KUMAR Indian National Congress 66347 Result Declared
Banka 27 JAI PRAKASH NARAYAN YADAV Rashtriya Janata Dal PUTUL KUMARI Bharatiya Janata Party 10144 Result Declared
Begusarai 24 BHOLA SINGH Bharatiya Janata Party MD. TANVEER HASSAN Rashtriya Janata Dal 58335 Result Declared
Bhagalpur 26 SHAILESH KUMAR URPH BULO MANDAL Rashtriya Janata Dal SYED SHAHNAWAZ HUSSAIN Bharatiya Janata Party 9485 Result Declared
Buxar 33 ASHWINI KUMAR CHOUBEY Bharatiya Janata Party JAGADANAND SINGH Rashtriya Janata Dal 132338 Result Declared
Darbhanga 14 KIRTI AZAD Bharatiya Janata Party MD. ALI ASHRAF FATMI Rashtriya Janata Dal 35043 Result Declared
Gaya (SC) 38 HARI MANJHI Bharatiya Janata Party RAMJI MANJHI Rashtriya Janata Dal 115504 Result Declared
Gopalganj (SC) 17 JANAK RAM Bharatiya Janata Party DR. JYOTI BHARTI Indian National Congress 286936 Result Declared
Hajipur (SC) 21 RAMVILAS PASWAN Lok Jan Shakti Party SANJEEV PRASAD TONI Indian National Congress 225500 Result Declared
Jahanabad 36 DR. ARUN KUMAR Rashtriya Lok Samta Party SURENDRA PRASAD YADAV Rashtriya Janata Dal 42340 Result Declared
Jamui (SC) 40 CHIRAG KUMAR PASWAN Lok Jan Shakti Party SUDHANSU SHEKHAR BHASKAR Rashtriya Janata Dal 85947 Result Declared
Jhanjharpur 7 BIRENDRA KUMAR CHAUDHARY Bharatiya Janata Party MANGANI LAL MANDAL Rashtriya Janata Dal 55408 Result Declared
Karakat 35 UPENDRA KUSHWAHA Rashtriya Lok Samta Party KANTI SINGH Rashtriya Janata Dal 105241 Result Declared
Katihar 11 TARIQ ANWAR Nationalist Congress Party NIKHIL KUMAR CHOUDHARY Bharatiya Janata Party 114740 Result Declared
Khagaria 25 CHOUDHARY MAHBOOB ALI KAISER Lok Jan Shakti Party KRISHNA KUMARI YADAV Rashtriya Janata Dal 76003 Result Declared
Kishanganj 10 MOHAMMAD ASRARUL HAQUE Indian National Congress DR DILIP KUMAR JAISWAL Bharatiya Janata Party 194612 Result Declared
Madhepura 13 RAJESH RANJAN @ PAPPU YADAV Rashtriya Janata Dal SHARAD YADAV Janata Dal (United) 56209 Result Declared
Madhubani 6 HUKM DEO NARAYAN YADAV Bharatiya Janata Party ABDUL BARI SIDDIQUI Rashtriya Janata Dal 20535 Result Declared
Maharajganj 19 JANARDAN SINGH "SIGRIWAL" Bharatiya Janata Party PRABHU NATH SINGH Rashtriya Janata Dal 38415 Result Declared
Munger 28 VEENA DEVI Lok Jan Shakti Party RAJIV RANJAN SINGH ALIAS LALAN SINGH Janata Dal (United) 109084 Result Declared
Muzaffarpur 15 AJAY NISHAD Bharatiya Janata Party AKHILESH PD SINGH Indian National Congress 222422 Result Declared
Nalanda 29 KAUSHLENDRA KUMAR Janata Dal (United) SATYA NAND SHARMA Lok Jan Shakti Party 9627 Result Declared
Nawada 39 GIRIRAJ SINGH Bharatiya Janata Party RAJ BALLABH PRASAD Rashtriya Janata Dal 140157 Result Declared
Paschim Champaran 2 DR. SANJAY JAISWAL Bharatiya Janata Party PRAKASH JHA Janata Dal (United) 110254 Result Declared
Pataliputra 31 RAM KRIPAL YADAV Bharatiya Janata Party MISHA BHARTI Rashtriya Janata Dal 40322 Result Declared
Patna Sahib 30 SHATRUGHANA SINHA Bharatiya Janata Party KUNAL SINGH Indian National Congress 265805 Result Declared
Purnia 12 SANTOSH KUMAR Janata Dal (United) UDAY SINGH ALIAS PAPPU SINGH Bharatiya Janata Party 116669 Result Declared
Purvi Champaran 3 RADHA MOHAN SINGH Bharatiya Janata Party BINOD KUMAR SRIVASTAVA Rashtriya Janata Dal 192163 Result Declared
Samastipur (SC) 23 RAM CHANDRA PASWAN Lok Jan Shakti Party DR. ASHOK KUMAR Indian National Congress 6872 Result Declared
Saran 20 RAJIV PRATAP RUDY Bharatiya Janata Party RABRI DEVI Rashtriya Janata Dal 40948 Result Declared
Sasaram (SC) 34 CHHEDI PASWAN Bharatiya Janata Party MEIRA KUMAR Indian National Congress 63327 Result Declared
Sheohar 4 RAMA DEVI Bharatiya Janata Party MD ANWARUL HAQUE Rashtriya Janata Dal 136239 Result Declared
Sitamarhi 5 RAM KUMAR SHARMA Rashtriya Lok Samta Party SITARAM YADAV Rashtriya Janata Dal 147965 Result Declared
Siwan 18 OM PRAKASH YADAV Bharatiya Janata Party HENA SHAHAB Rashtriya Janata Dal 113847 Result Declared
Supaul 8 RANJEET RANJAN Indian National Congress DILESHWAR KAMAIT Janata Dal (United) 59672 Result Declared
Ujiarpur 22 NITYANAND RAI Bharatiya Janata Party ALOK KUMAR MEHTA Rashtriya Janata Dal 60469 Result Declared
Vaishali 16 RAMA KISHORE SINGH Lok Jan Shakti Party RAGHUVANSH PRASAD SINGH Rashtriya Janata Dal 99267 Result Declared
Valmiki Nagar 1 SATISH CHANDRA DUBEY Bharatiya Janata Party PURNMASI RAM Indian National Congress 117793 Result Declared

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar Resigns a Day After Poll Defeat

Nitish Kumar has resigned as Bihar chief minister a day after his party the Janata Dal (United) was routed in the general election. Governor DY Patil accepted his resignation in the evening.

The JD(U) has won just two of Bihar 40 Lok Sabha seats. His former partner the BJP has won 31 along with its allies in the polls that saw Mr Kumar arch political rival Narendra Modi winning a decisive mandate to become Prime Minister. Read more on


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Shameless Betrayals By Rashmi Singh

The renowned author of Bihar, Rashmi Singh again gives a new creation to the world of Literature and Publishing.
Rashmi Singh the talented author from Patna has once again made her home town proud.  Her recent novel Shameless Betrayals was released in New Delhi World Book Fair, 2015 at 4:30p.m. at Conversations (Author�s Corner) by Lifi Publications. Revolving around Women Power this is her sixth book and fourth fiction. An alumnus of Notre Dame Patna, Loreto Convent Ranchi and PWC(Avila Convent)Patna, Rashmi Singh is a Literary Genius who is  constantly  making her state Bihar proud. Shortlisted and selected by National Book Trust of India, Singh spoke about her Literary Journey in the same World Book Fair 2015 at Reflections (Author�s Corner).
Both the Book Launch and her revelations about her journey in the field of Publishing can be watched on you tube.



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The Memsaheb by Author Rashmi Singh released on 30th August 2016 at Delhi Book Fair, Pragati Maidan

The Memsaheb by Author Rashmi Singh released on 30th August 2016 at Delhi Book Fair, Pragati Maidan

Rashmi Singh is an author not by chance but by birth. With six books in the market, Rashmi Singh has never tied herself to any particular genre. A well known figure in the literary world, The Memsaheb is her seventh book and fifth fiction.

The renowned author of Bihar, Rashmi Singh again gives a new creation to the world of Literature and Publishing.
Rashmi Singh the talented author from Patna has once again made her home town proud.  Her recent novel The Memsaheb was released in New Delhi World Book Fair, 2016 at Conversations  by Lifi Publications. Revolving around Women Power this is her seventh book and fourth fiction. An alumnus of Notre Dame Patna, Loreto Convent Ranchi and PWC (Avila Convent) Patna, Rashmi Singh is a Literary Genius who is  constantly  making her state Bihar proud. Shortlisted and selected by National Book Trust of India, Singh spoke about her Literary Journey in the same World Book Fair 2015 at Reflections.

Both the Book Launch and her revelations about her journey in the field of Publishing can be watched on youtube.

Short Description of the Book The Memsaheb by  Rashmi Singh
Helped by a young British officer Steven Smith to escape the heinous and brutal massacre at Mangadh on 17th November, 1913, she was emotionally and physically trapped by ‘Amma’, the shrewd caretaker of Jharkhand’s Nawab. Forcibly married to the Nawab of Jharkhand, self-exploration of life leads her into the arms of the handsome Rehan Khan who falls in love with this thin, dusky woman after being jilted by his beautiful British beloved, Anna Thomas. Deserted and cheated by her eunuch Guru, Naseeba Miyaan, destiny brings her to share a dangerously passionate relationship with Steven Smith, her saviour of Mangadh massacre. Though addicted to wines, she was valiant and the queen of hearts who avenges her mother’s rape and her clan’s massacre at Mangadh from the Bhuretias…the angrez... She was ‘The Memsaheb’!


Bihar exam board to link exams with Aadhar

The Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) is set to become the countrys first state exam board which will link students examination forms with their Aadhar numbers to avoid duplication as well as facilitate easy access of documents to students via digital lockers.

The novel initiative will be implemented soon -- from the BSEBs compartmental exams scheduled for November. While submitting the examination forms, students will have to specify whether or not they have Aadhar numbers. Those who have, will have to mention it on their forms. All school students who do not have, are requested to apply for it so that they can also benefit from the move, BSEB chairman Anand Kishor told media persons on Saturday.



Photograph from Kaimur (Bhabhua) District of Bihar

 Collectorate Kaimur (Bhabua) Building Full View

Collectorate Kaimur (Bhabua) Building Front View

Collectorate Kaimur (Bhabua) Building Side View

Another view of Collectorate Bhabua

Another view of Collectorate Bhabua

Zila Parisad Building, Collectorate Campus, Bhabua

Mata Mundeshwari

Mundeshwari Temple

Gods at Mudeshwari Temple

Telhar Fall at Kaimur Hill, Adhaura

Another view of Telhar Fall at Kaimur Hill, Adhaura

Karkat Garh water fall

Tomb of Mohamad Bakhtiyar Khilji at Chainpur

Anupam Kaimur - A view of Lake

Irrigation Canal at Kaimur

Prayer at Harsu Braham

General Village Living

Kohira Dam

Museum at Kaimur hills

Old Statue at Mundeshwari Temple

Rock Painting in the Hills of Kaimur

A full bloom field of Mustard Plants

Right to Service- May I Help You Counter at Collectorate

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The birth date (5 September 1888) of the second President of India, Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, is celebrated, where teachers and students report to school as usual but the usual activities and classes are replaced by activities of celebration, thanks and remembrance. In some schools, on this day senior students take the responsibility of teaching in order to show their appreciation for the teachers.
Another day set aside for commemorating teachers in India and Nepal is Guru Purnima, also called Ashadh Shukla Pournima. It typically falls in mid-July.

Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan About this sound listen (help·info) (5 September 1888 – 17 April 1975) was an Indian philosopher and statesman who was the first Vice President of India (1952–1962) and the second President of India from 1962 to 1967.

One of Indias most distinguished twentieth-century scholars of comparative religion and philosophy, his academic appointments included the King George V Chair of Mental and Moral Science at the University of Calcutta (1921–1932) and Spalding Professor of Eastern Religion and Ethics at University of Oxford (1936–1952).

His philosophy was grounded in Advaita Vedanta, reinterpreting this tradition for a contemporary understanding. He defended Hinduism against "uninformed Western criticism", contributing to the formation of contemporary Hindu identity. He has been influential in shaping the understanding of Hinduism, in both India and the west, and earned a reputation as a bridge-builder between India and the West.

Radhakrishnan was awarded several high awards during his life, including a knighthood in 1931, the Bharat Ratna, the highest civilian award in India, in 1954, and honorary membership of the British Royal Order of Merit in 1963. Radhakrishnan believed that "teachers should be the best minds in the country". Since 1962, his birthday is celebrated in India as Teachers Day on 5 September.


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