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By TT Bureau in Patna
  • Published 4.10.15
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Maidan gym charge 

Patna, Oct. 3: The open gym at Gandhi Maidan would not be free, as Patna divisional commissioner Anand Kishor today fixed a registration and monthly fee of Rs 100 each for use 
of the facility. 
Kishor said the decision has been taken in view of the rush and uninterested people occupying the gym equipment. Interested people can now register themselves in the commissioner’s office and the money charged would be used to maintain the gym. 

Heart talk

Patna: Heart Hospital on Saturday organised a workshop on intra-vascular angioplasty. Calcutta surgeon Debdatta Bhattacharya spoke at the event. 

School event 

Patna: Tender Heart School observed International Day of Older Persons on its premises on Saturday.

Illegal liquor

Patna: Officials seized 15,383 litres of illegal liquor from across Bihar on Saturday under a poll drive. Nepalese currency worth of Rs 61,565 was also recovered from Kishanganj. 

Rugby tourney

Patna: The state team won the Wheel Chair Rugby Championship organised at Moinul Haque Stadium on Saturday. Uttar Pradesh, New Delhi, Rajasthan and Haryana, among others states, participated in the championship organised by the Paralympic Committee of Bihar and Indian Wheelchair Rugby Foundation, New Delhi. 

Nominations

Chhapra: The sitting Sonepur MLA, Vinay Singh, filed his nomination papers as a BJP candidate for the third phase of the Assembly polls on Saturday. Shatrughan Tiwari, alias Chokar Baba, also filed his nomination papers as the BJP candidate of the Amnaur Assembly segment. Former minister and Lalu loyalist Udit Rai filed his nomination papers as an Independent candidate for the Chhapra seat. 

Jab at CM

Patna: Rashtriya Lok Samata Party chief and Union minister Upendra Kushwaha on Saturday attacked chief minister Nitish Kumar and accused him of cheating people.

Case for Shah

Patna: One Prabhakar Kuer on Saturday filed a complaint against Lalu Prasad, his wife Rabri Devi and JDU spokesperson K.C. Tyagi for allegedly using unparliamentary language against BJP president 
Amit Shah. 

Bridge survey

Patna: Railway Board chairman Ashok Kumar Mittal on Saturday inspected the under-construction rail-cum-road bridge over the Ganga between Digha (Patna) and Sonepur (Saran). He also visited Pataliputra and Pahleja Ghat railway stations. The 4.5km bridge would be the longest of its kind after the completion.

Sentence

Patna: Additional district and sessions judge Perwez Alam on Saturday sentenced four persons to life imprisonment in connection with a murder case of 2009.

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