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Reshuffle in key posts

Patna: The state government on Thursday made a minor change in the bureaucracy. . Santosh Matthew, principal secretary of rural development department, has been given the additional charge of principal secretary of public grievance. Vinay Kumar, Vandana Preyashi, Anupam Kumar and Anirudh Prasad were also given additional posts in the state bureaucracy.

Remand

Patna: Chief judicial magistrate, Patna, S.P. Singh directed Phulwarisharif jail superintendent to hand over Luv Kumar Chaube, accused in Amarjeet murder case, for two days in remand to Gardanibagh SHO Vinod Prasad.

Custody

Patna: Chief judicial magistrate of Patna S.P. Singh directed Beur jail superintendent to hand over Jai Prakash Rai for two days for interrogation. Rai is accused in Tunna Rai murder case.

Arrest

Patna: Some men were arrested because of selling fake stamp papers and affidavits.

Reply sought

Patna: Patna High Court on Thursday sought a reply from the Centre and state government within six weeks on a PIL challenging the validity of Bihar RTI (Amendment) Rules 2009 limiting BPL families from seeking information free of cost beyond 10 pages.

Inquiry

Patna: Patna HC directed Lakhisarai district magistrate to inquire allegations that job card holders were not given jobs or unemployment allowances under Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act.

Training

Patna: Nitish Kumar has asked Central Reserve Police Force director-general K. Vijay Kumar to open the its training centre on the land provided by the state government in Rajgir soon.

Proceedings

Patna: Patna High Court on Thursday transferred the state’s former human resources department secretary K.K. Pathak’s criminal contempt proceedings to another bench.

Training

Patna: Nitish Kumar on Thursday asked Central Reserve Police Force director-general K. Vijay Kumar to open the its training centre on the land provided by the state government in Rajgir soon. atna:- Bihar State Pollution Control Board chairman Dr. Subhash Chandra Singh today directed the closure of common bio-medical waste treatment facility centre set up by Bihar Incineration Services at Pakra area in Bhagalpur district, Boards PRO Virendra Kumar said. Kumar said that board has taken the decision to shut down the centre as it has not been following the norms laid down by Central Pollution Control Board and Bio-medical waste treatment rules, 1998.
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