Profile of Umesh Kumar Ray
It has been nine years since Sintu Kumar began preparing for general competitive exams. In these years, he has sat in over a dozen exams but failed to crack any so far.
Lakhs of job aspirants learn life’s harsh lessons in Musallahpur Haat and Bhikhna Pahari of Bihar capital
Bulldozers are ramming through the vibrant and rich architectural heritage of the city, which was at the centre of international trade during the 17th century.
Sandstone mining, to build the Ayodhya temple among others, provides vital employment, but endangers lives, livelihoods and the environment
Benefits of social schemes barely reach the most needy despite claims of success. About 52 per cent of Bihar’s population is deprived of nutritious food, while 45.62 per cent of pregnant women do not get health benefits.
Far from the metropolitan spotlight, hip-hop is emerging as a vernacular eddy in smalltown Bihar, as global culture clashes with local tradition
Plight Of Migrant Workers: Economics forced them to leave Bihar. Now terror has made them flee Kashmir.
The death of journalist Raman Kashyap at Lakhimpur Kheri throws into sharp relief the condition of local reporters incessantly feeding ‘breaking news’ to the ever-demanding maw of the national media from India’s hinterland.
The Jamia-Tul-Qasim Dar-ul Uloom-Il-Islamia madrasa in Bihar is breaking stereotypes by teaches three languages—Urdu, English and Hindi—along with computers, history, math, geography and science.
More than 130 children have died in Bihar's Muzaffarpur due to Acute Encephalitis Syndrome (AES), a deadly disease that strikes the region year after year.