Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Detailed list of winners in Bihar assembly poll 2010

 Results of Bihar assembly election 2010 are declared. NDA won 206 constituency seats where as RJD- LJP could bag only 25. Congress has won 4 seats and independents and others 8 among 243 assembly seats in Bihar. It is worth noted that the poll was conducted in six phases.

Detailed lists of winning candidates are posted in Allvoices News. Please click to view the same.

Bihar assembly election 2010: Detailed list of winners Part 1

Bihar assembly election 2010: Detailed list of winners Part 2

Bihar assembly election 2010: Detailed list of winners Part 3

Bihar assembly election 2010: Detailed list of winners Part 4

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Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Bihar Assembly Election 2010: Bihar Elects Nitish Kumar Chief Minister

Nitish Kumar is going to be elected again as Bihar Chief Minister. Trends are available for all seats in Bihar Assembly. Nitish Kumar led JD(U) – BJP alliance is heading towards two third majority.  The alliance is leading in about two hundred seats where as RJD (Lalu Prasad Yadav) and LJP (Rambilas Paswan) alliance is trailing far behind. They are leading only in 30 seats in Bihar assembly elections 2010. This is less than half they won in the last assembly election 2005. RJD and LJP alliance bagged 70 seats in the last assembly poll in Bihar.

Indian National Congress is limited to 7 seats so far despite all its efforts. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh himself along with Chair Person Sonia Gandhi and General Secretary Rahul Gandhi  had campaigned vigorously for Indian National Congress in this Bihar Poll.

Independents and others are also put in margin. They are leading only in seven seats. This is the latest update in Bihar election results. Please stay tuned with us in our News site.


Sunday, June 6, 2010


Mr. Brian Trotter, Chairman London 2010  presenting the Best of Exhibit award to Mr. Pradip Jain, Aerophilatelist India

News : 
Gold Medal and best of Class Award came to India, Patna (Bihar) Mr. Pradip Jain, Aerophilatelist.
London 2010 World stamp exhibition 8th - 15th May : Festival of Stamps is a year-long programme taking place just once every ten years, which aim to showcase, celebrate and raise public awareness of stamps, stamp designs and postal heritage. The Festival also marks the centenary of the accession of George V, the philatelist king.  This 8-day stamp spectacular is one of the highlights of the London 2010 Festival of Stamps.
Venue for London 2010 Stamp exhibition (Entrance)
The 75 countries participated in this grand show and 1000's of visitor came to see the show everyday. There is much to see at the show, with over 200 stand holders, including many foreign postal administrations, plus numerous societies represented. This innovative approach makes it possible for over 2,400 frames of material shown in 8 days. Each frame holds 16 stamp album sheets, so that's a lot of stamps in total!
Gold Medal and The best of Class Award came to India  (Patna, Bihar)  Mr. Pradip Jain, Aerophilatelist  for his one frame exhibit "The Development of Airmail Route between Cairo and India until 1929" as well as his son Mr. Pragya Kothari  also awarded   LARGE SILVER for his 5 frames exhibit  and the other exhibitor from Patna, Mr. Lallan Prasad Singh (Patna) has also won Silver Medal.



Monday, March 22, 2010

Rajdhani Express derailed in Bihar

Bhubaneshwar- Delhi Rajdhani Express derailed near Gaya in Bihar. Eight bogies of Rajdhani express derailed in this accident. No casualty or injury is reported so far. Railway traffic is suspended for both up and down routes for some time according to Mr. Sinha, ADRM, Mugalsarai. Rescue team from Gaya has startedtheir work at the place of accident.

Naxalites blown the Railway track between Gaya and Mughalsarai 25 KM away from Gaya railway station. The accident caused out of these terrorist activity. Naxalites have blown railway tracks several times in Bihar.
Bihar has become place for Naxalite movements. They are trying to disrupt public life and to damage public properties in order to get attention. However, these types of activities do not bring sympathy towards their rebellion movements.

Bihar Government is trying hard to control Naxalite movements but it seems that it will take long time to control them.

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Rajdhani Express derailed as Naxalites blown track

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Thursday, January 28, 2010

Bihar Bandh

RJD leader Lalu Prasad Yadav called Bihar Bandh on January 28, 2010. The strike collapsed life in many places. LJD of Rambilas Paswan also joined the strike.

Followeres of Lalu Prasad and Rambilas Paswan disturbed whole Bihar and created lot of nuisance according to an E-TV report.

They have beaten common people and thew commodities and selling items of fruit and vegetable sellers at Araria near Farbishganj. They have disturbed urban life even in the capital city of Patna. Lalu Prasad Yadav was sent to jail for a while and released after some time.

Both Lalu Prasad Yadav and Rambilas Paswan lost their ground in last Assembly and Parliament elections. They are trying to find their grounds again in Bihar for coming assembly election..

It is worth noted that Nitish Kumar of JDU has taken as Chief minister of Bihar last after assembly election. He has controlled chaotic situation in Bihar and handled the state well. Bihar is coming up in economic front in his reign.
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Wednesday, January 27, 2010


Bihar is one of the most important state (Province in India).Jain monks travel bare foot. They are pedestrians and never use any vehicle. This very activity of Jain monks and nuns are called  Bihar. Similarly Buddhist shrines are also called Bihar.

Large number of Jain monks and nuns had been continually traveling through Bihar in ancient India. Similarly Ashoka the great built large number of Buddhist shrines in the then Magadh. Both these causes the place to be named as Bihar.

Ganga, the sacred river flows through the Bihar making the land fertile. Pataliputra, an ancient city was the capital of Magadh.  We know that Magadh was the most powerful state in ancient India through Mourya, Kushan, Shung and Gupta dynasty. Pataliputra (Patna) is the capital of Bihar presently.

Both Lord Mahavira and Lord Buddha were from Bihar. Bihar was an important place for both Jain and Buddha religion. Many Jain and Buddhist pilgrimage centers such as Rajagriha, Vaishali, Kshatriyakund, Kundalpur, Buddha Gaya, Mithila  are situated in Bihar along with many Hindu pilgrimage centers.

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