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Custody death agitation

Gaya: Hundreds of people protested against the custodial death of a thief Satish under Civil Lines police station. he mob burnt tyres and blocked the road near Kashinath Mor to vent their ire against the police.

Fresh FIR

Patna: A fresh FIR has been lodged by Vigilance Investigation Bureau against Ajay Kumar Prasad, former chief engineer of Bihar State Electricity Board, in connection with a disproportionate assets case worth Rs 24.37 lakh.

Appointment

Patna: N.K. Azad, a 1994 batch Bihar cadre IPS officer, has been appointed as deputy inspector-general, economic offences wing in the criminal investigation department.

Directive

Patna: A division bench of the high court directed the state government and staff selection commission to appoint 14 sub-inspectors from other backward class category.

Demonstration

Motihari: Activists of various political parties and people protested against Union human resource development minister Kapil Sibal’s refusal to set up Central University of Bihar at Motihari.

Seminar

Patna: A seminar on integrity pact was organised in the conference hall of Bihar State Electricity Board on Thursday.

Transfer

Patna: The state government transferred four deputy superintendents of police on Thursday.

Strike

Gaya: The Indian Medical Association, Gaya branch has called a daylong strike to protest the misbehaviour with one of their senior colleagues posted at Anugrah Narayan Magadh Medical College and Hospital.

Expulsion

Chhapra: District magistrate Vinay Kumar has expelled 131 persons from the district (Zilabadar) to ensure violence-free panchayat elections.

Murder

Gopalganj: In love with her brother-in-law, a woman poisoned her husband to death on Wednesday night.
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