On Monday, former Bihar Chief Minister Jagannath Mishra took his last breath after a prolonged illness in New Delhi. 

The 82-year-old Jagannath Mishra was a professor and became the Chief Minister of Bihar for three times and belongs to Congress. Mr. Mishra has served as a Union Minister and also was a member of the Bhartiya Jan Congress (Rashtriya). 

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has condoled his death and declared a three-day state mourning after the news of Mr. Mishra passed away. 

CM Kumar said in a statement that “Jagannath Mishra was a famous leader and educationist. He made an invaluable contribution to the politics of Bihar and India. His death is an irreparable loss in the field of politics, society, and education.”

Jagannath Mishra will be cremated with full state honors. 

Related Articles
Next Story
Going Viral
Economic Growth In India Is “Much Weaker Than Expected”- Explains IMF

Economic Growth In India Is “Much Weaker Than Expected”- Explains IMF

by Chandrani Sarkar September 13, 2019
On Thursday, the International Monetary Fund has said that the economic growth of India is “much weaker than expected” due to environmental and corporate regulatory variability and “lingering weakness” in some non-bank financial sectors.  The IMF spokesman Gerry Rice told sources at a press conference, “We will have a fresh set of numbers coming up, but the recent economic growth in India is much weaker than expected, mainly due to...