10.01.18 Bihar (BPSC) Daily Current Affairs

BIHAR Government to appoint retired doctors on contract basis   The Bihar government has decided to appoint retired doctors on contract basis to fill the vacant posts in government hospitals in the wake of a recent Patna high court order.   According to sources, retired doctors can serve on contractual basis up to the age … Read more

17-18.12.17 Bihar (BPSC) Daily Current Affairs

BIHAR   CJI to government: Encourage arbitration in civil cases   Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra said the state government should come forward to settle civil disputes pending before the Patna high court through arbitration.   The CJI was in Patna to inaugurate an arbitration centre on the Patna high court premises for proper and quick disposal of … Read more

District and Divisions of Bihar part 4

Nawada Nawada district is one of the thirty-seven districts of Bihar state, India, and Nawada town is the administrative headquarters of this district. Nawada district occupies an area of 2492 km² and has a population of 1,809,425 (as of 2001). Headquarters: Nawadah Area: 2,494 km Population: Total: 1359694 Rural: 1265138 Urban: 94556 Sub Divisions: Nawadah, Rajauli Blocks: Kauakol,Varsaliganj, Nawadah, … Read more

24.11.17 Bihar (BPSC) Daily Current Affairs

BIHAR   HC seeks Bihar government reply on new rules   The Patna high court ordered the state government to file a counter affidavit within three weeks regarding the anomalies in newly formed rules and regulations for engaging law officers.   Under the new rules, only those lawyers having at least 20 years of experience are eligible … Read more

02.11.17 Bihar (BPSC) Daily Current Affairs

BIHAR   HC orders equal pay for contract teachers   In a major relief to around four lakh teachers working on contract in the state government schools, the Patna high court (HC) on Tuesday said they were eligible for pay and other benefits on a par with their regular counterparts. A division bench of Chief Justice Rajendra Menon and Justice … Read more

British Rule in Bihar

British Rule in Bihar After the Battle of Buxar, 1764, the Mughals as well as the Nawabs of Bengal lost effective control over the territories then constituting the province of Bengal, which currently comprises the Indian states of West Bengal, Bihar, Jharkhand, Orissa, and Bangladesh. The British East India Company was accorded the diwani rights, that … Read more

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