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Merc outlet

Patna: Global premium luxury car major Mercedes-Benz would open its showroom in the capital in all likelihood by December-end or early next year. Mercedes will organise a three-day event at Golf Club from Friday to showcase its cars among prospective buyers in Patna. Opening a dealership in the city is very much on the cards. We have invited about 300 premium customers who own cars in the range of Rs 18-20 lakh, Mercedes-Benz India general manager (corporate communications and strategic planning) Manas Dewan said on Thursday.

Power stress

Patna: Chief minister Nitish Kumar on Thursday underlined the need of harnessing renewable energy sources to meet the power requirement of the state.

Shot at

Chhapra: Criminals fired and injured a wine shop owner and looted Rs 80,000 from him on Wednesday evening on Masrak-Malmalia road.

Seminar

Patna: Food and consumer protection minister Shyam Rajak on Thursday inaugurated a seminar, Count Every Child as Precious .

Tag protest

Patna: BJP Bihar unit has decided to organise a Maha-Dharna at all the district headquarters on May 21 to protest against the rejection of the special category status tag to the state by the Centre.

Molest cry

Sasaram: A 12-year-old was allegedly molested by two persons at her Barapatthar house in Rohtas on Thursday.