Do farmers have to die in order to get their fair due?

Kaushal Kishore, a farmer in Bita, Bihar, died on Friday while on a protest demanding better compensation for the land acquired by the State government between 2005 and 2007 for the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) and an industrial park.

Do farmers have to die in order to get their fair due? Part-2

Kaushal Kishore, a farmer in Bita, Bihar, died on Friday while on a protest demanding better compensation for the land acquired by the State government between 2005 and 2007 for the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) and an industrial park.

Bihar govt announces compensation for kin of farmers

The Bihar government Monday said that a compensation of Rs 4 lakh with additional Rs 1 lakh will be given to the kin of farmers who committed suicide in the state over issues like crops loss or failure to repay debt.

Samples taken from two kids sent to Lucknow for polio tests

Bihar government has sent samples taken from two children to Lucknow for laboratory tests amid suspicion of poliomyelitis, better known as polio, a viral disease that induces crippling paralysis among children.

PM Modi, Amit Shah do not want Nitish to take over as Bihar CM: JD (U)

The Janata Dal (United) on Sunday alleged that the script of the ongoing political turmoil in Bihar has been written in Delhi, adding that Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) chief Amit Shah do not want Nitish Kumar to take over as the Chief Minister.

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Bihar suffered revenue loss Rs 1,403 crore in 2013-14: CAG

A Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) report on Wednesday said Bihar government suffered a revenue loss of Rs 1,403.8 crore in 2013-14 due to various reasons including under-assessment and non-levy or short levy of taxes.

Bihar brings all SC, ST families under NFSA

In a major decision by the Bihar government on Tuesday all Scheduled Caste (SC) and Scheduled Tribe (ST) families in the state were brought under the National Food Security Act (NFSA), with the exception of those who pay income tax or are government employees.

Bihar govt warns to put up boards with PM's photo to protest fund crunch

Accusing the Centre of discriminating Bihar in fund allocation for construction of rural roads, state government Tuesday threatened to put up boards of Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the proposed roads to highlight that work could not be taken up due to absence of central funds.

Quota for disabled persons: SC seeks response from Bihar, BPSC

The Supreme Court on Tuesday sought responses from Bihar government and the BPSC on a plea seeking quashing of an advertisement for filling up 3,364 posts of Assistant Professors in various universities on the ground that it denied 3 per cent mandatory quota to disabled persons.

BJP for slapping murder case against officials, Bihar govt says no

BJP on Monday demanded slapping of murder case against the transferred civil and police officers following the October 3 stampede that claimed 33 lives, while the Bihar government said the main opposition party was trying to politicising the incident.

Bihar to set up music varsity after Bismillah Khan
Bihar to set up music varsity after Bismillah Khan

The Bihar government plans to set up its first music university, named after shehnai maestro Bismillah Khan, in Muzaffarpur district, Minister of Art and Culture Binay Bihari said Monday.

Army called in to save submerged Patna

The Bihar government has sought help from the Army to make a bridge to help people as various parts of Patna remained submerged in rain and drain water for the eighth consecutive day on Wednesday.

Bihar stops evacuation after flood threat abates

The Bihar government Tuesday stopped forcible evacuation of people after the flood threat in the state abated, an official said Tuesday.

Floods imminent in Kosi river, Bihar orders immediate evacuation

The Bihar government on Saturday ordered immediate evacuation in four districts due
to imminent floods in the Kosi river.

Bihar Govt to table Walia panel report on Kosi floods

The Bihar government on Tuesday said it will table the Walia Commission report on the causes of embankment breach in Kosi River that had resulted in massive inundation 6 years ago in which over 250 people lost their lives, during the ongoing Monsoon Session of the Assembly.

Centre directs Bihar to lift foodgrain quota by August 31

Centre on Sunday directed Bihar Government to arrange for lifting its food grain quota between March to May from other states, latest by August 31.

Bihar accuses Centre of `discrimination` for slashing housing quota

Bihar govt rued that it was unable to meet the growing demands for shelter by the poor and accused the Centre of discrimination against it.

Bihar comes out with `Road Ambulance` for maintenance of roads

Bihar govt has come out with an innovative idea of deploying "Road Ambulance" across the state for immediate maintainance of damaged roads.

Over 2,500 Bihar teachers twice fail test, to be axed

The Bihar government has decided to sack over 2,500 contractual school teachers after they failed to clear two consecutive competency tests, officials Friday said.