Journalism is not a PR exercise: Rajdeep Sardesai

Journalism is not a PR exercise: Rajdeep Sardesai

In a significant appeal to those who mentor the upcoming generation of journalists, news anchor, multimedia journalist and author Rajdeep Sardesai spoke of the importance of teaching media ethics as part of the journalism course. Journalism has changed dramatically over the past 30 years, and in the ‘age of mobile journalism’ youngsters looking at a […]

Short term Profs await job axe in Bihar, protest

Short term Profs await job axe in Bihar, protest

Patna : By September end, the second phase of TEQIP will end. Technical Education Quality Improvement Project (TEQIP) is a fully integrated plan of twenty – five years. The government of India on 1st February 2017 signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the World Bank in which India took loan of US $ 201.50 […]

Folk hero, Rebel, God!

Folk hero, Rebel, God!

Birsa Munda was a freedom fighter, but he did not fight against the British. He fought against the feudal system which was introduced by the British government in India. He was a folk hero and a religious leader. He was born in the Bengal Presidency of the British government on November 15, 1875.The state of […]

Non Christians bring Easter to Patna Homes tonight!

Non Christians bring Easter to Patna Homes tonight!

Tonight, as hundreds of Catholics in Bihar at home and elsewhere, watch Archbishop William D’Souza SJ perform the traditional ritual dedication of the Pascal candle on their TVs, laptops or mobile phones, via the Newsnet YouTube channel, they will be bound together in celebration and worship. Behind this effort is a three member team, one […]

UP Ambulances back on road

UP Ambulances back on road

Lucknow: In the midst of the covid-19 controversies, a Press trust of India report from Uttar Pradesh mentioned a lightning strike by the state’s ambulance drivers. The association of ambulance employees in Uttar Pradesh has called off their strike following negotiations with the administration over their demands for timely wages and protective gear to guard […]

Glenary’s, Darjeeling Salutes You! So do We!

Glenary’s, Darjeeling Salutes You! So do We!

While West Bengal is on the eve of shutdown to slow the spread of the Covid-19 virus,  Darjeeling’s iconic  Glenary’s Bakery and Restaurant today handed out free bread and bakery items to kids before the lockdown, and   has promised to continue to supply food to charitable organisations in the shutdown weeks ahead. Located at Nehru […]

Platform tickets up 400% in Bihar

Platform tickets up 400% in Bihar

Patna: From tonight, Railway Platform tickets have been hiked 400 percent from Rs 10 to rs 50, in an effort to discourage crowding at railway stations. The hike will be ‘temporary’, until the corona-virus situation clears. The East Central Railway Zone headquartered at Hajipur in the state, has hiked price of platform tickets from Rs […]

Meghalaya HC to restrict activities till March 27

Meghalaya HC to restrict activities till March 27

In Shillong, as a preventive measure against the spread of coronavirus, the Meghalaya High Court has decided to hear only urgent matters. According to a Meghalaya High Court circular issued by the registrar general on Monday, the restriction will remain effective up to March 27, 2020. The circular said: “Considering the outbreak of Novel Coronavirus […]

Churches in Mizoram suspend services till April 15

Churches in Mizoram suspend services till April 15

A section of Mizoram churches, including Mizoram Presbyterian Church and the Salvation Army on Tuesday temporarily suspended important religious activities in the wake of novel coronavirus pandemic. So far, Catholic Bishops have not made any announcements. Some government departments also suspended important activities. In its circular issued to its local churches on Tuesday, Mizoram Synod, […]

CoVID-19 brings down Bihar’s Buddhist circuit

CoVID-19 brings down Bihar’s Buddhist circuit

The ongoing corona virus scare and the new measures of closing schools, parks, and banning gatherings will only deepen Bodh Gaya’s economic problems. The Buddhist tourist circuit in Bihar is the latest victim of the deadly novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19), according to the magazine Down to Earth. The Air India international weekly flight from Yangon […]

Patna Archbishop: Church cannot be silent in the face of discrimination

Patna Archbishop: Church cannot be silent in the face of discrimination

Patna, Bihar: The Catholic archbishop of Patna has finally broken his silence, and in a pastoral letter to Catholics in Patna Archdiocese has made it clear that the Church stands for the fundamental principles of the Constitution and a non-discriminatory and humane policy towards refugees. Preparations are underway for a stand -in and candlelight demonstration […]

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