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PATNA: The next railway budget is likely to clear the mist of doubt over several ambitious projects of the railways in Bihar. Most of these projects sanctioned during former railway minister Lalu Prasad’s tenure could not be taken up for want of adequate funds or land availability.

These projects include Diesel Locomotive Factory at Marhaura (Rs 2,025 crore), Electric Locomotive Factory at Madhepura (Rs 1,400 crore), DEMU Maintenance Depot at Sonepur (Rs 15 crore), Goods Wagon Repair Workshop at Sonepur (Rs 92crore) and Wagon Repair Workshop at Samastipur (Rs 33 crore).

That apart , work on three mega bridges at Digha (Patna), Munger and Nirmali in north Bihar has been going on at tardy pace for one reason or another. However, the railways has made satisfactory progress at the Wheel Factory at Chhapra and Coach Maintenance Workshop, Harnaut, in Nalanda district. These two major projects would be completed this year bringing Bihar on the map of the Indian Railways as a hub of railway network.

According to a former technical expert of the railways, G N Sahay, though the cash-strapped railways would find it difficult to complete these projects in about two to three years, Railway Board chairman Vivek Sahai s recent announcement that at least two locomotive projects in Bihar would be completed on public-private partnership (PPP basis must be appreciated. But the moot question is what would be the fate of these projects if none (private companies) turns up for PPP mode in Bihar, Sahay said.

Any further delay in execution of the railway projects in Bihar would upset the railway network in Bihar which has already been conceptualized as the ancillary zone of the Indian Railways, sources said, adding the railway ministry cannot ignore Bihar this time keeping in mind the fact that CM Nitish Kumar is keen to develop railway network in the state on priority basis. Besides, Nitish himself links railway development as part of the state s development, admitted an East Central Railway ( ECR) official.

The ECR, which has already submitted budget proposal to the Board, is hopeful of getting new trains like Patna-Tiruvanthapuram (Trivandrum ), a Duronto between Patna and New Delhi and Garib Raths between Patna and Bangalore, Sitamarhi and New Delhi and Darbhanga and Jammu Tavi, sources said.

The ECR has also proposed to increase frequency of several pairs of mail and express trains, including Patna-Ahmedabad , Darbhanga-Bangalore , Patna-Ajmer, Patna-Secunderabad and extension of Patna -Mathura up to Kota, sources said.

Source: The Times of India

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Almost a century after Bihar was granted separate statehood by the British empire on March 22, 1912, the state celebrated its foundation day for the first time with great pomp and show.

While the main function was held at the sprawling Gandhi Maidan here, around 25,000 other venues across the the state hosted various celebrations to mark Bihar Diwas.

“We decided to celebrate the occasion to arouse Bihari pride among people, irrespective of their caste and religious affiliations,” chief minister Nitish Kumar said as hundreds of colourful balloons went up the sky to spread ‘Bihari-ism’ soon after he inaugurated the three-day function at the Gandhi Maidan.

Bihar Day is also being celebrated in the USA, the UK, Dubai, Doha, Qatar and Singapore, among other places, where a good number of Bihar born people live.

“Bihar is growing and with active participation of every Bihari, the state will become a developed state with a GDP rate of 15% by 2015,” Nitish said. Whatever identity Biharis have, pertains to either their caste or nationality but such occasions will definitely help create a Bihari identity, he said and added, “caste identity breaks the society, Bihari-ism unites.”

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Bihar is India’s new miracle economy. In the five-year period between 2004-05 and 2008-09, Bihar’s GDP has grown by a stunning 11.03%, way beyond the definition of 7% growth for a “miracle economy”.

In this period, Bihar – traditionally a laggard state that actually saw a 5.15% negative growth in 2003-04 – is the second fastest growing state, just a shade behind Gujarat’s well-publicized growth of 11.05%.

The latest CSO data gives out this dramatic story of Bihar on steroids. This high growth period also coincides with Nitish Kumar taking up the reins as chief minister from Lalu Yadav. It can, therefore, be said that good governance can work miracles for even the most backward of states. Not just Bihar, most of the traditionally backward states, including Orissa, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand, have done well in this period, indicating a more inclusive growth at an all-India level.

There is no official data on poverty beyond 2004-05. So, the CSO data on the economic growth of the states, highlighting the fact that five of India’s most backward states have grown at a rate beyond 7%, provides pointers to some kind of poverty mitigation. Apart from Bihar, the growth rate of the other four are: Uttarakhand 9.31%, Orissa 8.74% and Jharkhand 8.45%. The all-India growth during this period was 8.49%.

Source: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/biz/india-business/Bihar-grew-by-1103-next-only-to-Gujarat/articleshow/5405973.cms

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First ever Children’s Film Festival was inaugurated by Bihar Chief Minister Mr. Nitish Kumar on 10th Oct’09 at Mona Theater in Patna organized by the state Information and Public Relations department in coordination with the Children’s Film Society of India.

The festival will end on November 14 and would feature a host of nationally and internationally acclaimed film for the younger audience and would also be replayed in Gaya, Muzaffarpur, and Bhagalpur later next month.

Mr. Chief Minister wished hundreds of children success in future and appealed to them to grow up and be good citizens and contribute towards a better & developed Bihar.

Prior to the screening of the first movie, children associated with ‘Kilkari’ presented a short play ‘Sheikh Chilli’ that left the audience laughing aloud.

A grant of Rs. 5 lakh was also announced by the honorable Chief Minister for developing ‘Kilkari’ and suggested an annual award event for its young artists.

Deputy CM of Bihar recalled how it was a pleasure going to films with friends and family members and wished this film festival would revive that tradition.
 
Including all senior officials of Information and Public Relations Department, Minister Ramnath Thakur & Department Director Rajesh Bhushan were also present on the occasion.

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