eBiharJharkhand, as an Hindi daily e-newspaper, was launched in 2014 in Bihar by its publisher with a lofty ideal to serve the Indian community living in Bihar, Jharkhand, community of Bihar-Jharkhand spread in India & Abroad connecting digitally over the web. Over the years, it has grown with all vigour, and fetches all the news of International, National, Bihar, Jharkhand, Business, Bollywood/Hollywood, Technology, Job Updates, Sports, Politics, Health & Beauty, Education and many more in news section. With an exclusive agreement with Magzter News Live, it has a massive reach of 2.6 Crore subscriber globally.
eBiharJharkhand has a Digital Edition with news update round the clock. It has updates with many interesting articles. Within a short span of time it has got recognition on national arena and hosted many events and program cordially.
eBiharJharkhand readers include a broad spectrum of Hindi-speaking intellectuals and professionals like doctors, engineers, lawyers, educationists, and an enterprising trading community, besides housewives, the youth and children.
eBiharJharkhand is a venture of SquareVista InfoMedia Pvt. Ltd. eBiharJharkhand mission is to raise awareness about how Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is playing a seminal role in enhancing the scope of common man within the society.
Bihar is located in the eastern part of India. The state is surrounded by Nepal in the north, West Bengal in the east, Uttar Pradesh in the west and Jharkhand in the south. The state enjoys a unique location-specific advantage because of its proximity to the vast markets of eastern and northern India, as well as access to ports such as Kolkata and Haldia, and to raw material resources and mineral reserves from the neighboring states.
The economy of the state has grown at around 11.95 per cent during the 11th Five Year Plan. Bihar has also topped in per capita income growth, registering a growth of 11.75 per cent in per capita net state domestic product at constant (2004-05) prices for fiscal 2011-12. Food processing, dairy, sugar, manufacturing and health sectors are some of the fast growing industries in the state. Bihar has also taken several initiatives for the development of other sectors such as education and tourism.
Bihar is one of the strongest agricultural states, with very high productivity. The percentage of population employed in agricultural production in Bihar is estimated to be 74 per cent, which is much higher than the national average. It is the largest producer of vegetables and the second largest producer of fruits in India.
The state offers a wide range of policy incentives for businesses under the Industrial Incentive Policy, 2011. It also provides specific incentives for information technology, renewable energy, sugar, food processing and tourism. The state has a large base of cost-effective industrial labour, making it an ideal destination for a wide range of industries. It has institutes of national importance such as National Institute of Technology and Indian Institute of Technology, which provide skilled manpower to the industries.
Jharkhand is located in the eastern part of India. The state shares its borders with West Bengal in the east, Uttar Pradesh and Chhattisgarh in the west, Bihar in the north and Odisha in the south.
Jharkhand is one of the richest mineral zones in the world. The state boasts of 40 per cent and 30 per cent of India’s mineral and coal reserves respectively. With 28 per cent of the total iron ore (hematite) reserves, Jharkhand ranks second among all states in the country. During 2011-12, the state accounted for 11.9 per cent of the total iron ore produced in India.
Jharkhand is the only state in India to produce coking coal, uranium and pyrite. The state is also a leading producer of coal, mica, kyanite and copper.
The average gross state domestic product (GSDP) growth rate was about 9.4 per cent between 2004-05 and 2011-12. The state provides investment opportunities in sectors such as mining and metals, power, infrastructure, manufacturing and food processing.
Jharkhand offers a wide range of fiscal and policy incentives to industries, under the Industrial Policy, 2012. The state also has policies for IT and SEZs offering sector-specific incentives.