What’s the progress in the Muzaffarpur Shelter Home Scandal?

What’s the progress in the Muzaffarpur Shelter Home Scandal?

The news of girls being raped, physically assaulted, and being forced in the business of prostitution at Muzaffarpur shelter home left everybody stunned. The people who were given the responsibility to protect the orphan and abandoned girls were accused of sexually harassing them.  This shelter home is run by NGO “seva sankalp evm vikas samiti” […]

Buxar Ghats: Will Faith go together with Rotten Corpses?

Buxar Ghats: Will Faith go together with Rotten Corpses?

The Ghats of Buxar witness huge crowd of people every day. People worship, bath even drink the water of Ganga with the faith that it’s sacred. But rotten vegetables, animal corpses, sewage and other garbage are being dumped in the river every day. Recently human corpses were seen floating on the Ram Rekha Ghat of Buxar. […]

Fast track Court on Slow Pace

Fast track Court on Slow Pace

Sir, On Wednesday I read the report released by The Kailash Satyarthi Children’s Foundation, established by Nobel Prize winner Kailash Satyarthi, on “Awareness and perceptions about child sexual abuse among young adults in India 2018”. The Foundation pointed out that in three years – 2013 to 2016 – crimes against children have increased by 84 […]

Vertical Garden Now In Bihar

Vertical Garden Now In Bihar

Patna: The Bihar Rajya Pul Nirman Nigam Limited (BRPNNL) has begun executing a plan to equip the pillars of the city’s flyovers with vertical gardens consisting of air-purifying plants to curb air pollution. Nilgiri Publicity is the advertising company that is implementing the project in the guidance of BRPNNL. Pillar number 89 of Raja Bazaar flyover, […]

A Tamasha at City Mall, Patna

A Tamasha at City Mall, Patna

June, Patna: Visitors to Patna’s Central Mall were arrested by the sight of a girl being almost strangled by two guys. They stood riveted by this brilliant street play written by Nihal Kumar, a second year Mass Communication student. Tamasha-journey of women was organized by Xavier’s Theatre club of St. Xavier’s College of Mgmt. & Tech., […]

A stitch in time

A stitch in time

50 years old, Israel Shah, sits on the footpath of Digha market in his little shop. A son of a mason had studied up to 7th and dropped out to help his parents. He decided to be a tailor and apprenticed at a tailoring shop. He has been working as a tailor for 25 years, […]