I would like to draw the attention of the concerned Water Supply Authorities towards the extreme miseries and crises faced by people due to No water supply in the Nuruddinganj area of Patna City, the Capital city of Bihar.
While it may be true across the globe, one thing that we must emphasize in Bihar education is the need for getting the students and teachers online.
Indonesia feels earthquake at 14:30 hrs on 11th April, 2012. Indonesia does have a series of fault lines that makes the vast island nation prone to volcanic and seismic activity.
The forecasting of Indian Summer Monsoon is a great challenge for meteorologist due to its complex behaviour over tropical region.
If not all, most of the officers who join the Indian Administrative Services, come with a thought to change. A Change that they feel is being alluded for generations in the Indian society. Only after joining the bureaucracy do they understand that it was else meant to be. Instead of them changing the society, in turn, they end up being changed, alas, for bad. Ones who still keep their hearts on their mind, suffer the agony of getting frustrated, transferred, shunted and have to go through all agonies, that they never would have imagined to go through.
Conventional courses these days are eclipsed by introduction of vocational courses in state universities, but these courses without any faculty is worthless because same teachers have been engaged in teaching both the courses resulting in a decline at both levels. I am not against these courses but separate faculty with the specialization would have been better option for students placement in those areas.
"If there was an opening on moon Biharis will make their mark there too" was the statement of Bihar Chief Minister recently at a function.
"United we stand, divided we fall", many of us probably would have been spoon-fed with these kind of sentences in our early school days. But have any of us experimented with these lines ever? Of course some of us have! But I am sure many of us will land up with an "umm…"
Letters can be a great instrument to showcase the socio-political landscape of any society and culture and many people have used this as a great tool to express their feelings – both sorrow and happiness.
Recently, I had a discussion with some young students in Patna who were preparing for the civil service examinations. This seems an interesting time for the students. They tend to be optimistic and idealistic in equal measures as they are on the verge of, conditional on passing the examination, changing the system for the better for their countrymen.
I have spent my best days in Patna (1953-1970). To me, Patna was the only place I loved to live.
I am sure I won't be too incorrect if I say that in today's political process within the country; it's the political party that plays a bigger role than the candidate himself. Most of the voters don't necessarily vote for an individual rather the banner under which he is fighting.
"Aanchal mein hai doodh aur aankhon mein paani." I detest this quote now, although I must confess it was one of my favorite ones during school days, likely because it sounded "rich" from a literary perspective, and because I did not understand the meaning well. Regardless, my write up here is not about this quote. It is in some ways related and in other ways different from it.