News in Brief
More time for govt
Patna: A high court division bench on Friday adjourned, till Monday, the hearing of the case of the missing teenaged girl of a high court advocate after the state government pleaded for some more time to come up with a concrete result.
he state government was supposed to file its progress report by Friday.
Patna: A two-member team of Uttar Pradesh police arrived in Patna on Friday to study innovative methods adopted by Bihar police to contain the spiralling crime graph in the state.
Patna: Brahmeshwar Mukhiya, the founder of Ranvir Sena, on Friday floated a non-political outfit — Akhil Bharatiya Rashtravadi Kisan Sangathan — dedicated to protect farmers’ rights.
Patna: About 10,000 police personnel, who have already completed 10 years of service in a police zone, have been transferred.
Patna: Bihar State Bar Council chairman Baleshwar Prasad Sharma on Friday requested chief minister Nitish Kumar to suspend the deputy development commissioner and district magistrate of Samastipur for alleged wrongful detention of a lawyer.
Patna: The Bihar chapter of Indian Epilepsy Association and the neurology department of the Indira Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences will organise a conference, Neurology Update 2012, on Sunday.
Gaya: Three Central University of Bihar teachers visited Gaya on Friday to release the prospectus of the entrance test for undergraduate and postgraduate programmes for the 2012-13 session.
Gaya: Satyendra Yadav, an alleged Maoist area commander, was arrested from Manjhar village late on Thursday evening.