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Nitish invites Prez

Patna: Chief minister Nitish Kumar said on Thursday he has invited President Pranab Mukherjee to visit Bihar to release the stateís agricultural roadmap. formal invitation would be sent soon.

Waste blot

Patna: Deputy chief minister Sushil Kumar Modi on Thursday expressed concern over the lack of proper mechanism for solid waste management in the capital.

Merit list

Patna: The second merit list for admission to undergraduate courses in Patna College and Patna Science College was released on Thursday.

Talks

Patna: Secretary (financial services) in the Centre D.K. Mittal called on deputy chief minister Sushil Kumar Modi on Thursday and discussed financial inclusion.

Property

Patna: Police have pasted a property attachment notice at the houses of Manoj Pathak, the prime accused in the murder of head cashier of State Bank of India, Patliputra branch, in Arwal and Danapur.

Murder

Patna: Senior superintendent of police Amrit Raj said an employee and a school bus driver of Ankur Public School have been questioned in the murder of principal Neelam Sharma.

Demolition

Patna: A team of Patna Municipal Corporation and police on Thursday razed temporary structures and parking lots constructed along the Boring Canal Road.

Meeting

Patna: Divisional commissioner K.P. Ramaiah held a traffic review meet with building construction department, Patna Municipal Corporation and police officers.

Racket

Patna: Rohtas police on Thursday unearthed a racket involved in obtaining loans from nationalised banks by submitting fake National Savings Certificates and insurance bonds. Two persons - one in Bengalís Burdwan district and another in Gaya - were held.