Bihar

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a state of northeastern India

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Bionomics of phlebotomine sand flies from three villages in Bihar, India.
Progress on accountability for maternal health care and mortality in Bihar, India.
INDIA Tibetan dancers perform a ritual dance in front of spiritual leader the Dalai Lama, centre, on the final day of Kalachakra Buddhist festival, in Bodh Gaya, Bihar, India, believed to be the place where Buddha attained enlightenment.
Born in Bihar, India, he began studying yoga when he was four-years-old under the guidance of master instructor Sukhdev Brahmachari.
Giving a brief background of why the Raajneeti team decided to come to Muscat to raise funds for a 1200-bed hospital in Bihar, India, Anjum said, "Judging by the past generos-ity of the people of Muscat in raising funds for the same state two years ago during the flooding of the river Kosi, Prakash was confident that Muscat would respond well to the charity hospital cause.
VL patients, under investigation were from the State of Bihar, India, where kala-azar is endemic.
A patrol team from the Border Security Office of Armed Police Force held Raj Kumar Yadav and Jagmohan Mehata of Bihar, India, with two pistols, 14 rounds of ammunition and Rs 17,000 in counterfeit Indian currency.
He was born in 1666 at Patna, Bihar, India and left for his Heavenly Abode in 1708, aged 42.
HINDU and Sikh communities in Huddersfield have raised money for the victims of the devastating floods in Bihar, India.
BORN IN BIHAR, INDIA, Nandalal Bose (1882-1966) spent most of his life in Bengal as a pan-Asian artist and teacher.
Epidemiological and etiological study of oral submucous fibrosis among gutkha chewers of Patna, Bihar, India.
Born in Khagaul, Bihar, India, he now works and lives in New Delhi.
Police in Bihar, India, use the humiliation instead of going to court.
In the interior of Bihar, India, there is a minister in charge of 16 small, rural congregations.
She began her ministry teaching English in Bihar, India, and in 1985 became the first woman chaplain of an Oxbridge college after being appointed Chaplain of Clare College, Cambridge.