Muzaffarpur is situated in north Bihar and is considered a highly populated district with a population of 4,801,062 as per the 2011 census. Muzaffarpur district is served by rivers Gandak, BudhiGandak, Bagmati, and Lakhandei.READ MORE
Immediately after the Janta Curfew on 22nd March the district administration in Gumla had swung into action in order to improve the preparedness in the district to contain the Coronavirus outbreak.READ MORE
Guthi koyas also known as Muria Gonds live in interior habitations of Bhadradri kothagudem. This community has a long history of migration from Chhattisgarh because of the unrest created by Salwa Judum operation and in the search of livelihood.READ MORE
A series of video conferences related to the Aspirational Districts Programme (ADP) had just taken place. The efforts under the ADP in the past two years were appreciated by CEO NITI and Chief Secretary JharkhandREAD MORE
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