Sunday, 26 June 2011

Nitish demands compulsory disaster management studies in school

Biharprabha News Inbox Edition

Good Morning,
We are here again with few interesting stories in Bihar.

  • Nitish demands compulsory disaster management studies in school
    PATNA: Given frequent disasters, both natural and manmade, CM Nitish Kumar said on Saturday that disaster studies should be made a part of school curriculum, so that people become familiar with not only the types of disasters, but also pick up basic knowledge to combat them to reduce human and property losses. The CM, who [...] Read it Online
  • Mystery death toll rises to 40 in Bihar
    The number of deaths in Bihar due to suspected encephalitis touched 40 with four more children falling prey to the disease in the past 24 hours in Muzaffarpur's KD Kejriwal Maternity Hospital (KDKMH). Over a dozen children out of 45 undergoing treatment at hospitals in Muzaffarpur and Patna are stated to be critical. Teams of [...] Read it Online
  • Railway asks cops to vacate Waiting Rooms
    PATNA: The railways has taken strong exception to forcible occupation of railway waiting rooms, retiring rooms and service buildings by the Government Railway Police (GRP) and Bihar Military Police (BMP) at 18 important stations, including Patna Junction, in Danapur division of East Central Railway ( ECR). These forces have been occupying the railway premises for [...] Read it Online
  • Samastipur farmer gets best Mango grower award
    A farmer, Sudhanshu Kumar, from Samastipur district has been awarded Best Mango Grower Award by the Central Institute for Subtropical Horticulture (CISH) in association with Society for Development of Subtropical Horticulture (SDSH) at the ongoing Global Conference on Mango in Lucknow. SDSH has conferred the award on Sudhanshu for his significant contribution to promotion of [...] Read it Online
  • Super 30 to become Super 60 soon
    Bihar’s Super 30 institute, which has helped poor students get admission to prestigious Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) by providing free training, is all set for expansion. Super 30 Founder and mathematician Anand Kumar said the institute will be admitting 60 students starting this year. "Apart from Bihar, we will also admit meritorious students from [...] Read it Online
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