Rakul Preet Singh is an Indian film actress who appears in regional language films.
Rakul did her schooling from Army Public School, Dhaula Kuan. She has been an active golf player and played nationals. Rakul was a student of Mathematics at Jesus and Mary College, University of Delhi, and had been engaged in modeling for more than two years prior to entering the Miss India finals. Apart from the Miss India Poll, Rakul won four subtitles at the pageant including Pantaloons Femina Miss Fresh Face, Femina Miss Talented, Femina Miss Beautiful Smile and Femina Miss Beautiful Eyes.
Captain Umrao Singh VC was an Indian recipient of the Victoria Cross (VC), the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces. He was the only non-commissioned officer in the Royal Artillery or the Royal Indian Artillery to be awarded the Victoria Cross during the Second World War, and the last survivor of only 40 Indian soldiers to be awarded the VC between 1912, when Indians first became eligible to be awarded the VC, to Indian independence in 1947.
Karpoori Thakur was an Indian politician from the Bihar state. He was popularly known as Jan Nayak (Hindi for "the people's leader"). He served as the Chief Minister of Bihar from December 1970 to June 1971 (Socialist Party/Bharatiya Kranti Dal), and from December 1977 to April 1979 (Janata Party).
Daroga Prasad Rai was an Indian politician from the state of Bihar.He was born in Yadav/Ahir family. He was the Chief Minister of Bihar in 1970.
Harihar Singh was an Indian politician and a former Chief Minister of Bihar. He succeeded Bhola Paswan Shashtri, as the Chief Minister of Bihar in 1969.
Bhola Paswan Shashtri was chief minister of Bihar state in India. He was chief minister of the state for three times between 1968 and 1971.
Bindheshwari Prasad Mandal was an Indian Parliamentarian who served as the chairman of the Second Backward Classes Commission (popularly known as the Mandal Commission). The commission's report mobilized a segment of the Indian population known as "Other Backward Classes" (OBCs) and initiated a fierce debate on the policy of for underrepresented and underprivileged groups in the Indian polity.
Satish Prasad Singh was an Indian Politician. He was the Chief Minister of Bihar in 1968. He was elected to the 7th Lok Sabha, lower house of the Parliament of India from the Khagaria constituency of Bihar in 1980.
Mahamaya Prasad Sinha was an Indian Politician. He was the Chief Minister of Bihar from March 1967 to Jan 1968. He was elected to the 6th Lok Sabha, lower house of the Parliament of India from the Patna constituency of Bihar in 1977.
Krishna Ballabh Sahay was a freedom fighter, who after independence became the Revenue minister of Bihar and then went on to become the Chief Minister of unified Bihar.
Krishna Ballabh Sahay poularly known as K. B. Sahay was born on 31 December 1898 at Sheikhpura in the Patna district of Bihar. He was the eldest son of Munshi Ganga Prasad, who served as a Daroga under British Rule. In 1919, he graduated with first class in English honors from St. Columba’s College, Hazaribag and was also awarded the Gait’s Gold Medal from the then Governor of Bihar & Orissa Mr. Gait.