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Rebel MP slams Nitish
Rebel JD(U) MP Rajiv Ranjan Singh alias Lallan Singh on Sunday called upon Congress workers to work hard for the revival of Congress rule in the state for the overall prosperity and development of Bihar. ingh was addressing Nitish Raj Hatao Sammelan, a rally at the historical Swaraj Ashram, the Congress office at Bihpur. The rally was organised by local Congress leader, Ajit Sharma. He called Nitish Kumar’s rule as a nightmare for Bihar. He also urged the voters to change the fate of Bihar by favouring Congress in the forthcoming polls in the state.
At a time when the state is reeling under drought, it has been deprived of its legitimate share of water by Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh governments by not releasing 5,000 cusecs of water as per Bansagar agreement into the Sone canal system. A 10-member delegation of Sone Basin Development Committee (SBDC)headed by its convener and former BJP legislator Saryu Roy told
that “Our committee in association with NGO Yugantar Bharti is undertaking the awareness campaign and study of Bansagar dam.”
A passenger, whose name could not be ascertained, missed his flight after confusion regarding his boarding pass. A source said that his ticket was booked on the Air India flight to Delhi but by mistake he went to the Jet counter and the airline staff manning the counter issued him a boarding pass of the Jet flight which too operates at the same time.
Eminent orthopaedic surgeons from the state took part in a panel discussion on multiple myeloma under the aegis of Bihar Orthopaedic Association in a city hotel on Sunday. BOA president H N Diwaker said multiple myeloma is the most common primary bone malignancy. nd thepatients suffer with different type of problems. J K Singh said thatthere were 5 out of one lakh people are suffering from this diseasewhich is more prevalent in male. Dr. Amulya K Singh, Vice-President,moderated the session. atna:- A two-day state conference of Marxist Communist Party of India(United) MCPI (U) today concluded here in the state capital which wasattended by 110 members including its state secretary Vijay KumarChoudhary, its politiburo members M V Reddy, Kuleep Singh, NandKishore Prasad and others. The conference unanimously passed politicalresolutions against price-rise, communalism, corruption,criminalisation of politics etc.
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