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Main article: History of Bihar See also: Timeline for Bihar, Magadha, History of Buddhism in India, and Decline of Buddhism in India Gautama Buddha undertaking extreme ascetic practices before he realised it was not necessary and his enlightenment on the bank of river Falgu in Bodh Gaya, Bihar. The greatest Indian empire, the Mauryan empire, originated from Magadha in 325 BC, it was started by Chandragupta Maurya who was born in Magadha, and had its capital at Patliputra (modern Patna). The...

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Bihar No More a Bad Land

multi-phase elections in Bihar on Saturday, it seems the Indian state is beginning to shed its reputation for lawlessness, caste violence and banditry. While voters determine who will inhabit the 243-member provincial assembly, these issues - including the muscle and money power of the candidates - have been subordinated. The main question now is how the state government can function more effectively and provide better governance. It is such a change from the last time I visited Bihar five years ago, again...

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Nitish Kumar Bihar Miracle

Lifestyle, Food & Travel | Contact Us Virtual Companies THE MIRACLE STORY OF BIHAR - By Sameer Hashmi Nitish Kumar is been described by many as the ‘miracle ma n’ of Bihar. The progress which Bihar has made in the last four years is nothing short of a miracle considering that the state was witnessing de- growth only half a decade back. The latest data released by the Central Statistical Organiz ation (CSO) shows that Bihar has grown at a stunning rate of 11.03% in the last five years. The most startling...

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Disintegration of Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh

Creates Three New States (2000) In the fall 2000, the Government of India, pursuant to legislation passed by Parliament during the summer, created three new states, Chhattisgarh, Uttaranchal, and Jharkhand, reconstituting Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, respectively. Both the ruling BJP and the opposition Congress party supported the formation of the states. The basis for creating the new states is socio-political and not linguistic. With the new states, the Indian Union now has 28 states. Madhya...

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Report on Surajkund Fair

temple paintings of Orissa, madhubani of Bihar, fascinate. In the metal section tribal dhora work, classical south Indian metal work, glittering brass ware, bell metal and iron craft delight collectors. In the field of woven textiles some of the finest silk work of Orissa, Patola, Bandhini of Gujarat and Rajasthan, Ikat, Kanjeevaram, Dharmavaram and temple silks of South India vie for attention with the most simple cottons of West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and tribal textiles of North East India...

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comes up, it will have a capacity to accommodate an estimated 15,000 cars. According to a senior official of the company, the purpose of setting up such a hub was to serve the servicing and other needs of the entire eastern zone including West Bengal, Bihar, Orissa, Jharkhand and Chattisgarh. R Dayal, Executive Director in charge of Production Engineering, Maruti Suzuki India Limited said: "We are aiming at establishing the service cum warehousing centre in the Panagarh Industrial Park. Currently,...

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another. There is a limit to a person’s popularity. Diatribes and empty promises do not work, nor does a lot of hot air. The real test whether Modi’s popularity is on the wane will be the Bihar assembly election which is due sometime later this year. The Delhi election results will likely have an impact on Bihar. It will help infuse some sense purpose among Nitish Kumar’s Janata Dal(United) and Lalu Prasad Yadav’s Rashtriya Janata Dal which will approach the election by first consolidating their respective...

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condition than the uneducated politician. 3. Educated leader can make better policies for the country. 4. Educated leader can give good solution for the problems. We can see many example of educated politician in our country such as current CM of Bihar state Mr. Nitish Kumar, CM of Gujrat State Mr. Narendra Modi, our former Prime Ministers late Mrs. Indira Gandhi and late Mr. Rajeev Gandhi and many more educated politicians who had contributed a lot for our nation. So the education is very important...

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The Saga of Satyendra Dubey

Dubey. Satyendra Dubey (1973-2003) was a project director at the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI). He was murdered in Gaya, Bihar after fighting corruption in the Golden Quadrilateral highway construction project. Satyendra Dubey, the son of Bageshwari Dubey and Phulamati Devi, was born at the village of Sahpur in the Siwan district of Bihar, India. The family of five girls and two boys subsisted on a small piece of land, and Bageshwari also held a low-paying clerical position in...

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Hr Policy of Dabur

What is the 'Book of Life' related to? i) Book which received Booker Prize, 2006 ii) A book on zoology iii) The Human Genome Project iv) Peace efforts in various nations »» Identify the richest mineral producing state in India. i) Orissa ii) Bihar iii) Madhya Pradesh iv) Rajasthan Doldrum is an area of i) Low pressure ii) Low rainfall iii) Low temperature iv) Low humidity India is self-sufficient in minerals except i) Mica ii) Copper iii) Manganese iv) Coal The natural seaport in...

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