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Archive for March, 2011

PATNA: The celebrations of the Bihar Day on March 22 will cross the boundaries of the country. The 99th foundation day of Bihar will be celebrated with gaiety and fervor in several countries where the state’s culture and cuisine will be on display with Indians, mostly Bhojpuri-speaking people, singing and dancing to the tunes of Bhojpuri lyrics and watching Bihar’s heritage and Bhojpuri films on screens.

California and New Jersey in the US, Sydney in Australia, Seoul in South Korea, Qatar and Bahrain in the Gulf, besides Canada and Trinidad are the countries which will observe Bihar Day with pomp and grandeur.

At all these places, the celebrations will be held under the banner of the Bihar Foundation. Foundation executive officer K P Ramaiah said all the materials concerning Bihar Day have been dispatched to those places. It includes CDs of documentary films on Bihar’s heritage, Bhojpuri movies, songs, books, paintings etc.

Ravi Verma in California and Veerendra Kumar in New Jersey, Shekhar Kishore and Amit Das in Sydney, Ghyasuddin Ahmad in Manama (Bahrain), Shakil Kakvi in Doha (Qatar) and Vibhuti Vikramaditya in Seoul are the Foundation representatives who are making preparations to arrange the gala events where the colours of Bihar will be on display. The colours of Holi, the piousness of Chhath festival, the folklores like Alha, Bidesia of Bhikhari Thakur and Vidyapati songs will be enjoyed by the people at the functions, who will also relish Bihari cuisine.

Ramaiah said, “We don’t have Bihar Foundation chapters in Canada and Trinidad but Bhojpuri-speaking people there have planned to observe the day. We are extending them support.”

The people, who lead the Foundation chapters, are mostly in jobs or trade in those countries, but spare time to arrange social get-together and cultural events, he said.

The Bihar Diwas will be observed in London under the banner of the Bihar Development Foundation (UK) which is engaged in charity work and has also arranged a function to mark the day last year.

Source: The Times of India

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The state-level meeting of the chief engineers of the water resources department would be held at WALMI, Phulwarisharif, on March 5 under the chairmanship of WRD minister Vijay Kumar Choudhary.

The meeting will be attended by all the chief engineers and superintending engineers. The WRD minister along with WRD principal secretary Afzal Amanullah would review the implementation of different projects in 2010-11, physical and financial position of anti-flood steps being taken in flood-prone areas.

Source: The Times of India

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The railways has decided to run two weekly special trains between Dibrugarh-Chandigarh and Kamakhaya- Lucknow routes to clear rush of passenger during Holi and summer. These trains will run via Katihar- Barauni-Muzaffarpur-Hajipur and Gorakhpur to their respective destinations.

According to ECR CPRO Dilip Kumar, while the Dibrugarh-Chandigarh train ( 05903 -05904 ) will run from March 10 to July 2 , the Kamakhaya -Lucknow special (05013-05014) will run from April 19 to June 29 to cater to the needs of passengers. The Dibrugarh-Chandigarh train will have load combination of 19 bogies, including AC-2 , AC-3, sleeper, general class and brake van, while the Kamakhaya-Lucknow train will have load combination of 16 bogies, including AC-3, sleeper and general class, he said.

The CPRO said that the Dibrugarh-Chandigarh special will run on every Thursday from Dibrugarh and on every Saturday from Chandigarh on its return journey. Similarly, the Kamakhaya -Lucknow train will run on every Wednesday from Kamakhaya and on every Tuesday from Lucknow, he said, adding fares of these two trains will be the same as that of mail and express trains.

Source: The Times of India

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Lions Club of Patna Femina has decided to organise its ’7th car rally’ here on March 6 from Boring Road crossing to Pragbodhi near gaya.

“This rally has come up with the motto ‘Progress of girl child’, especially in the field of education. The money saved from this rally will be utilized for the education of underprivileged girl children,” said Shikha Sen Sahay, president of the club.

“We are expecting around 40 teams to participate this year,” she added. There would be three categories of contestants. First, ‘all woman category’, where navigator and driver both would be women; second, ‘couple category’ where either navigator or driver must be a woman; and third, ‘all men category’, where both driver and navigator will be male.

Each participant will receive a memento as a token of appreciation for participation. The award ceremony will take place here on March 8.

The last date of registration is March 4, while vehicle scrutiny will be held on March 5 at Twin Tower from 10.30 am to 4.30 pm.

The event will be in TSD (time, speed and distance) format. A maximum speed of around 40 km/hr is allowed.

Source: The Times of India

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A 13-day ‘Bihar Gram Utsav Mela’, popularly known as ‘Saras Mela’, opened here on Tuesday under the joint auspices of the ‘Swarn Jayanti Swarojgar Yojana’ (SJSY) and National Rural Livelihoods Mission ( NRLM) at the DAV School ground, BSEB Colony, Rajbansi Nagar. The mela will conclude on March 13.

The main aim of the mela, entry to which is free, is to give rural people a platform to showcase their products and get a market for them as well. This mela is being organised in Patna every year since 2005.

This mela has a variety of handloom and handicraft items of various states, including wood items of Saharanpur, cotton work of Tamil Nadu, shoes and dress materials of Punjab, famous kantha work of West Bengal, exclusive sarees form UP and Andhra Pradesh, silk items of Chhattisgarh, leather of Madhya Pradesh and many other exclusive items.

As many as 204 stalls are to be set up at the mela. Some of them are yet to come up. Of the 204, 24 will be food stalls to give flavour of various delicious regional food.

As many as 75 stalls have been put up by artisans of other states, including Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Uttaranchal, Haryana, West Bengal and Orissa. Twenty stalls have been given to Bihar Women’s Development Corporation, four to Jeevika, an NGO funded under a World Bank project, and two to E-Shakti under the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MNREGA).

Entry to this mela, open between 11 am and 8 pm, is free. For the entertainment of visitors, everyday a cultural programme will be organized from 6 pm to 8 pm. In order to make villagers aware of various schemes of the rural development department, nukkad natak (street plays) will be performed from 4 pm to 6 pm.

Source: The Times of India

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