Bihar Vidhan Sabha Bhavan, the sprawling building that accommodates the two houses of state legislature, is now over 100 years old. Addressing the centenary celebrations of Bihar Legislative Assembly on October 21 President Ram Nath Kovind termed the event as a “celebration of democracy”.
Life has come a full circle for Air India. Tatas, which had started the airline in 1932, has once again got control of it after 68 years. The airline was taken over by the Government of India in 1953. A cabinet committee chaired by Amit Shah has decided to sell Air India to Tatas for Rs.18,000 crore. The transaction is expected to be completed by December this year.
The government of India has launched Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission that seeks to provide a unique digital health ID to every Indian. The digital ID will contain all the health records of person. The Mission aims to create a seamless online platform to enable information-sharing within the digital health ecosystem.
None of the educational institution of Bihar government have found a place in the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) conducted by the Union Ministry of Education. IIT-Patna is the only educational institution based in Bihar that has managed to find a place in top 100 institutions in overall ranking across the country.
A large number of population in India have not yet been administered Covid vaccine. However, for those who have received the prescribed two doses of the vaccine, the question remains what next? Should they take booster doses? There is no scientifically proven or official guidelines on booster doses, yet. The decision on booster doses should be taken on the basis of local evidence and studies conducted in different parts of the country and not based on the decisions taken in the western countries.
Rajesh Mishra is a senior journalist currently working with Qatar Tribune, a Qatar-based daily. He has extensive experience of beat reporting as well editing and rewriting news reports and features in a journalistic career spanning about three decades. Having started his journalistic career as a sub-editor with Patriot newspaper in New Delhi way back in 1992, Mishra has also worked with prestigious newspaper Hindustan Times, Patna, and the premier news agency the Press Trust of India, New Delhi. For a short while he also served as the Bhubaneswar (Odisha) correspondent of iVision, a news agency catering to the electronic media. During his stint at Hindustan Times, Patna, Mishra was known for his flair for cultural reporting. However, he also wrote extensively on the state of affairs in education and health sectors of Bihar and did some investigative reports related to crime. In Qatar Tribune also, Mishra has covered different beats ranging from politics, education and health to construction sector as well as art and culture. Mishra’s varied interests have helped him in performing the role of a multi-faceted reporter.