Category Archives: rural india

Creating Non-agriculture jobs in Rural Bihar

Will the new government focus on and ensure by creating non-agriculture employment? Unless, every family thinks of having engaged after the farming work for extra earning, poverty can’t be eliminated. What all can become part of these rural Enterprises? I … Continue reading

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Bihar: Two Rural Issues

Bihar is getting a torrential flood of promises of all types, 24×7 power, piped water, housing for all, hike in salaries, confirmations of the jobs and what not. But the question is with the Nitish Kumar’s speed of development how … Continue reading

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Farming uncertainties, Suicides: Issues and Way-outs

Recent hailstorm and untimely heavy rain damaging the ready-to-harvest crops, death of Rajasthan farmer as well as the prediction of deficient monsoon has gone against the passing of Land Bill giving a emotional tool in opposition arsenal to hit at … Continue reading

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Saansad Adarsh Gram Yojana

Saansad Adarsh Gram Yojana is the other Modi’s dream that can be a landmark along with Swachh Barat Yojna. Each MP will take the responsibility of developing physical and institutional infrastructure in one village by 2016 and in three villages … Continue reading

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Manufacturing India-Commercial Vehicles

The production and sales of commercial vehicles tell a lot about the country’s economy. It indicates the country’s growth. Over the years, India was having two major manufacturers in cars and trucks. Though older car manufacturers-Hindustan Motors and Premier Automobiles … Continue reading

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Bihar Visit: Some Whom I Met

My conversation with my maternal uncle Chandra Mani Tiwari at Sasaram during my short stay revealed some value issues. We are getting miser on love, affection, respect, and sacrifice. Usually Mamaji earlier never got tired of talking very high of … Continue reading

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Visiting Bihar: My Village, Your Village, and the Paradise

I always enjoy seeing the land mass spreading up to horizon when I near my home railway station, Sasaram from the door of the coach. MahaBodhi Express was almost five hours late. It proved perhaps a boon in disguise. The … Continue reading

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