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Gang war kills two

Bhagalpur: Two persons were killed in a gang rivalry at Panchgachiya, Naugachia on Sunday. tation house officer of Gopalpur police station Rajesh Kumar said one Satish Singh and his associate were killed when they raided the house of late Kailash Singh to recover a due of Rs 50,000.

Axe order

Gopalganj: Gopalganj SP Natasha Guria has suspended Gopalpur police station in charge Golden Kumar on the charges of dereliction of duty. The police station was ransacked on Friday.

UN post

Patna: Saurabh Choudhary, a Class XII student of Shivam Public School, has been appointed the regional youth ambassador to the United Nations Environment Programme (Tunza eco generation) for India.

Campaign

Patna: Seventy per cent of the children drop out from schools in adolescence because of unavailability of bathrooms, said “Wash Campaign” convener Ram Pravesh Kumar on Sunday.

Awareness

Patna: Members of the non-government organisation, Mahila Evam Bal Seva Manch, on Sunday performed a street play on child education at Gandhi Maidan.

Book fair

Patna: The 12-day book fair came to an end on Sunday in which 300 publishers participated and 550 stalls had been put up at Gandhi Maidan.

Award

Patna: Carmel High School principal Sister Sujata was given the best principal award by education minister P.K. Shahi.

Exhibition

Patna: Bihar Veterinary College organised an animal exhibition on Sunday.