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Janata darbars on hold

Patna: Janata darbars will remain suspended from February 22 to March 31, in the wake of the ongoing Budget session of the state Assembly. he decision was taken by the Assembly secretariat on Sunday.

Celebration

Patna: Patna Management Association celebrated Management Week on Saturday and Sunday, in collaboration with National Human Resource Development Network. A workshop and discussions were organised.

Condemn

Patna: The BJP state vice-president and spokesperson Sanjay Mayukh and party media in-charge Rakesh Kumar Singh condemned Congress MP Ninong Ering for making objectionable remarks on religious leader Baba Ramdev.

Nomination

Patna: Deputy chief minister Sushil Kumar Modi on Sunday nominated BJP Kumhrar MLA Arun Kumar Sinha as the chief whip in the state Assembly. The chief whip enjoys the status of a junior minister.

Report

Patna: People’s Union for Civil Liberties (PUCL) has asked the state government not to give permission for setting up an asbestos factory in the Marwan block of Muzaffarpur. PUCL’s report claimed the factory was being set up on ertile land

Seminar

Siwan: A University Grants Commission-sponsored national seminar on “Gandhian thought in the 21st century” was organised on Sunday at the Gandhian study centre in ZA Islamia College.

Fake notes

Gaya: Police on Saturday busted a racket of counterfeit currency and arrested two women — Vineeta and Pinku — for smuggling fake notes.
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