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Musahar pupils shine in CBSE examination

Patna: This year's Class X Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) examination results have validated Shoshit Seva Sangh's model of achieving transformation through education. The Sangh is an NGO formed with the objective of providing quality ... Times of India, 3 weeks ago

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Himalayan times, 1 month ago
InToday, 2 months ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Women get back their lives

Jhagru Manjhi at Musahari Tola in Vaishali district and (below) Bachchi Devi, who performed a puja at Pindauta village after prohibition was enforced. Pictures by Ramashankar His four teenaged sons died after drinking spurious liquor in the ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago
India Today

Lalu ban gaya gentleman

The group of a dozen Musahar women, the lowest of the low among the scheduled castes, had travelled over 230 km from Bairia block of West Champaran district. Now they were here at Lalu Prasad's sprawling 10, Circular Road residence in Patna, being ...
 Yahoo! India2 months ago

Funds shortage stalls housing programme

Hopes were high in the impoverished Musahar community of Babhangama Katti-3 in Saptari district when the government announced People's Housing Programme (Janata Awas Karyakram) three years ago. Although the programme began on time, it was left ...
 Kathmandu Post3 weeks ago
Himalayan times

Lack of roads isolate Musahar village

Scores of Musahar families in Saptari, Kochabakhari are living a difficult life for want of access to roads. The post Lack of roads isolate Musahar village appeared first on The Himalayan Times .
 Himalayan times1 month ago

Two held in Mahottari over toxic liquor

District Police Office in Mahottari has arrested two persons on charge of producing and selling bootleg liquor that claimed five lives in the district. Superintendent of Police (SP) Janak Bhattarai said Jagat Bahadur Lama, 37, of Hattilet VDC-4 ...
 Kathmandu Post3 days ago
Calcutta Telegraph

What India can learn from Bihar

Nitish Rishidev (in blue T-shirt) , reunited with his family. Telegraph pictures This is what poverty looks like in Bihar: a 10-year-old child boarding a train for big, unknown Punjab so that the food at home is enough for his Ma and Babuji. A ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago

Madhesh blues: What to expect?

By Dipendra Gautam In the autumn of 2006, after the spring revolution in Nepal, this writer was in Saptari's Nepal-India border region; the landscape was smoky, virtually due to haze or sometimes like an isolated barren village portrayed in ...
 South Asia Monitor1 week ago Madhesh blues: What to expect  Himalayan Times1 week ago

Toddy tappers protest looming ban

Over 40 lakh people belonging to the toddy tappers' community are up in arms against chief minister Nitish Kumar's recent announcement to ban toddy from next year. The community has been dealing in toddy for generations and feels it could not be ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago

Expectations soar in Modi's adopted village

In Prime Minister Narendra Modi's adopted village, things are not as rosy as they are made out to be. Sukhu, a 45-year-old brick kiln worker, was expecting a home under the Centre's rural housing scheme, but his dream is yet to be fulfilled. Shiv Prakash, 28, ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago
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