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NRIs, businessmen will contribute Rs 600 crore to develop birthplace of Guru Gobind Singh
Jagran Post

Govt to develop Buddhist sites on a priority basis

Bihar government has decided to develop various Buddhist sites which have not been developed so far. These sites include the ones at Kesariya (East Champaran), Vaishali, Lauriya Nandangarh (West Champaran) and Sujata Kutir at Bakraur (Gaya). Times of India, 5 hours ago
Manjhi to visit London next week to bring foreign investment Business Standard India, 9 hours ago

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Bihar Government mulls creation of #Patna Metropol

Bihar Government mulls creation of Patna Metropolitan Development Authority The Government of Bihar plans to undertake comprehensive development of the state capital Patna besides areas like Phulwarisharif, Fatuha and Danapur areas. In this ...
 ASAPP16 hours ago 2,809 posts created for fire services in Bihar  ZeeNews.com3 days ago

Govt. allocates Rs. 2727 crores for development of Nalanda U …

By ANI | ANI Rajgir (Bihar), Sept. 19 (ANI): External Affairs Minister (EAM) Sushma Swaraj on Friday said the NDA Government has allocated Rs 2727 crore for the development of Nalanda University. These funds have been allotted after the government ...
 Yahoo! India13 hours ago Centre gives Rs 2,700 crore for Nalanda University  Indian Express5 hours ago Sushma Swaraj Inaugurates Nalanda University  Outlook India11 hours ago External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj inaugurates Nalanda University  Deccan Chronicle10 hours ago
Business Standard

Nitish taking Bihar back to Jungle Raj: Kushwaha

Patna : Rashtriya Lok Samata Party (RLSP) president and Union Minister of State for Rural Development Upendra Kushwaha, at a press meet in Patna on Saturday, accused former Chief Minister Nitish Kumar of once again dragging Bihar into the 'jungle raj' when he ...
 Patna Daily2 months ago Higher grants for Indira Awas Yojana units: Minister  Times of India1 day ago JD(U) will be blanked out in assembly bypoll: Kushwaha  Business Standard1 month ago Funds boost to build BPL scheme houses  The Telegraph1 day ago
Times of India

Sushil Modi attacks Manjhi over Bihar's development

PATNA: Senior BJP leader and former Deputy chief minister Sushil Kumar Modi on Saturday said the Union government's cooperation was the pre-requisite for any state's development and asked the Bihar government to "let go of its resistance" towards ...
 Times of India1 week ago Ex-dy CM attacks Bihar CM  The Echo Of India1 week ago Sushil Modi attacks Bihar CM Manjhi  Zee News1 week ago BJP leader Sushil Kumar Modi attacks Bihar CM Jitan Ram Manjhi  Economic Times1 week ago

Toilet schemes in bad shape, Bihar worst in open defecation

With over 77 per cent population of Bihar defecating in the open, Union Minister of State (MoS) for Rural Development, Panchayati Raj, Drinking Water and Sanitation Upendra Kushwaha today said Bihar was the worst state in use of toilets. "National ...
 Business Standard1 week ago Toilet plans in bad shape, Bihar worst in open defecation  The Gulf Today1 week ago

Bihar villages 50 years behind other states, says rural development department secretary

Bihar villages are almost 50 years behind other states in the country in the field of development, said state rural development department (RDD) secretary S M Raju on Sunday.
 Times of India1 week ago Five counters to function athousing board from September 10  Times of India2 weeks ago

Development in the Land of Status Quoist Politics

by Arun Srivastava Odisha Chief Minister Navin Patnaik and Bihar's former Chief Minister Nitish Kumar have many similarities: Both are perceived as the icons of development and growth; both are prime ministerial materials; and both have mustered (...) - 2014 ...
 Mainstream2 months ago Nitish pushes Bihar on road to destruction: BJP  The Echo Of India1 week ago Nitish Kumar pushing Bihar on road to destruction: BJP  ZeeNews.com1 week ago Nitish Kumar pushes Bihar on road to destruction: BJP  Jagran Post1 week ago
Jagran Post

Flood situation turns grim in Bihar

As per information received from the Nepalese Authorities, the flow of the river Sunkoshi/Bhotekoshi in Mangkha Village Development Committee area in Sindhupalchowk District has been blocked on account of landslide. The formation of a large water body thereby ...
 Sify1 month ago Over 100 Bihar villages flooded as rivers continue to rise  Jagran Post1 month ago Over 100 Bihar Villages Flooded, Rivers Rising  Current News India1 month ago IAF deploys C-17 Globemaster in Bihar for flood relief operations  Sify1 month ago
The Telegraph

Patna's draft master plan in public domain

ut in the public domain Thursday for seeking suggestions and objections from residents, Bihar Urban Development and Housing Minister Samrat Choudhary said. Choudhary said the state cabinet last month declared the "plan area" in the proposed master plan for ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Master plan promotion for feedback  The Telegraph2 weeks ago Smart plan on day of deluge  The Telegraph1 month ago Sept. 5 date for Metro draft  The Telegraph3 weeks ago
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