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Chanakya National Law University (CNLU) will host the CNLU National Parliamentary Debate in the memory of Patna High Court advocate Shilesh Chandra Mishra from April 1 to 3. uman resource development minister P.K. Shahi will attend the debate.
Arun Kumar Singh, the principal secretary of the information technology department, will hold the additional charge of science and technology department from April 1, according to a notification issued by the general administration department on Thursday.
Bharti Airtel has announced the launch of Airtel 3G services in Patna. Bharti Airtel chief executive officer on Thursday said: “People in Patna will be able to use the services immediately.”
Governor Devanand Konwar has appointed Y.V. Giri, a senior advocate of Patna High Court, as the honorary legal advisor-cum-senior counsel to the chancellor, a governor’s secretariat release said on Thursday.
Irate villagers burnt two Dumfers of Progressive Construction Company on Thursday to protest the death of Rampurkala resident Basanti Devi, who was allegedly hit by a vehicle of the company.
Central Reserve Police Force personnel and Maoists exchanged fire at Battiya valley in Jamui, said a source. An innocent villager was allegedly killed. All police personnel in the 15 Naxalite-hit districts will be covered under the Security Related Expenditure (SRE) scheme and an insurance cover of Rs 16.75 lakh, said director-general of police Neel Mani.
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