Diwali is time for sweets, even the poorest of India’s poor make or purchase sweets. Little do these people realize that the sweets or the products they purchase to make sweets might be adulterated and poisonous.
The way allied parties opposed bill on communal violence; THE government should have recalled it to set the things right. However, government is firm to pass the bill ignoring views of Trinamool Congress and Biju Janata Dal. Union Minister Veerappa Moili has given firm indication about the tough posture of the government.
Recently Mr. Vikas Vaibhav, an IPS by profession and SSP of Darbhanga district was in the news for his extraordinary act of leadership and solving the triple murder within 48 hours and putting all the accused involved in the murder behind the bars.
The issue of solid waste has received considerable governmental attention since last one year in Bihar. Keeping city clean and beautiful should be guided by solid waste disposal act like USA and Canada.
Not everything is bad in Bihar. Here are a few things everyone should be very proud of:
The Census reports do reveal some nasty figures about the dwindling sex ratio in the capital. Despite many government run organizations, will abandoned girls get what they truly deserve?
Recently Bihar's Chief Minister Mr. Nitish Kumar advised the central government to make an independent body to find out about the poor population in India. The Supreme Court of India has also acknowledged it as a pertinent issue.
Public Sector Banks (PSBs) are still facing tribulations shimmering from debt wavier of 2008. Meanwhile the government has made another plan to provide overdraft facility or term loan up to Rs.10,000 to agricultural landless labours.
The recent report of Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) has again drawn the attention of the whole nation, saying that wrong policies and shortcomings of Civil Aviation Ministry, Air India and Indian Airlines made the Maharaja bankrupt.
Cervical Cancer is the No. 1 cause of cancer–related death amongst the women in India and is even more common than breast cancer. In fact, every year, more than 72,000 women in India die due to Cervical Cancer.
Today, Indians see sex as taboo, whereas KamaSutra of Vatsyayana from Khajuraho focused on every aspect of sex. Sober sex is an important part of a healthy and happy life. But as a country our mindset about sex is still backward.
Corporate houses can now apply for banking license. Licensing for them, as new private banks, was under process for last six months. Finance Minister, Shri Pranab Mukherjee had earlier said that rules of banking license would be amended.
Under the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA), the task of re-populating the destructed trees in nearby forest is running at a snail’s pace at Lateri, District-Vidisha, Madhaya Pradesh. Cheerful atmosphere at the home of landless agricultural labourers such as Haleem Khan, Virendra Jain, Akhilesh Kushwaha, and Savitri Bai, etc., is flourishing.