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चमकी बुखार: 2012 के बाद क्यों हुई फिरसे वापसी

पिछले 20 दिनों से बिहार के मुजफ्फरपुर जिले में बच्चों के मौत का कहर जारी है। इस साल 2 जून से चमकी बुखार से पीड़ित बच्चे शहर के एसकेएमसीएच अस्पताल में भर्ती होने लगे, 3 जून से उनकी मौतों का सिलसिला शुरू हो गया, स्थानीय मीडिया में छपी खबरों के मुताबिक आज यह आंकड़ा 120 तक पहुंच गया है। वैसे

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Sufi Shrines in Bihar

Maner Sharif (Patna, Maner) It is a large village of historical antiquities, situated in the extreme north west of Danapur Sub-division, about 32 kms west of Patna on Patna-Arrah Highway. In the early ages Maner was a centre of learning and it is said that grammarian Panini, and also Bararuchi, lived and studied here. Maner contains two well-known Mohammedan tombs,

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Ghoda Katora Jalashay

Ghora Katora Lake is a small but beautiful and serene picnic spot near Rajgir. According to Hindu mythology, King Jarasandha from Indian epic Mahabharata, had his stable here, hence the name Gohra Katora. It is located near World Peace Pagoda. The reservoir is located between two hills. The location is great, beautiful and elegant. It is said that the the

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विकसित बिहार के 7 निश्चय 

राज्य सरकार द्वारा सुशासन के कार्यक्रम 2015-2020 के अंतर्गत विकसित बिहार के निर्धारित 7 निश्चय निम्न है : आर्थिक हल युवाओं को बल आरक्षित रोज़गार महिलाओं का अधिकार हर घर बिजली हर घर नल का जल घर तक पक्की गली- नालियां शौचालय निर्माण, घर का सम्मान अवसर बढ़े , आगे पढ़ें निश्चय ‘आर्थिक हल, युवाओं को बल’ के तहत राज्य

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7 Nishchay for a Developed Bihar

Following are the 7 nishchay for a developed Bihar under the programme of Good Governance 2015-2020 in mission mode : Aarthik Hal, Yuvaon Ko Bal Aarakshit Rozgar Mahilaon Ka Adhikar Har Ghar Bijli Har Ghar Nal Ka Jal Ghar Tak Pakki Gali-Naaliyan Shauchalay Nirmaan, Ghar Ka Samman Awsar Badhe, Aage Padhein Nishchay “Aarthik Hal, Yuvaon Ko Bal”:The State Govt. has

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Madhubani/Mithila Painting

Mithila painting, as a domestic ritual activity, was unknown to the outside world until the massive Bihar earthquake of 1934. House walls had tumbled down, and the British colonial officer in Madhubani District, William G. Archer, inspecting the damage “discovered” the paintings on the newly exposed interior walls of homes. Archer – later to become the South Asia Curator at

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Jayaprakash Narayan

Jayaprakash Narayan has a unique position in the history of modern India as he has this inimitable distinction of actively participating in three popular movements of the country. He not only fought against the British colonial rulers through all his might and especially during Quit India Movement risking his life, but also led the movement against corruption, and authoritarianism in

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Kol Uprising

The Kol uprising of 1831-1832 was born out of frustration and anger—frustration with the new system of Government and laws, and anger at the people who either enforced them or took undue advantage of them. The real tragedy of the tribal people of this area was that their chiefs, alienated by their conversion to Hinduism, and the English administrators, born

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