Monday, 4 July 2011

Bihar News, Latest News from Bihar, News of Bihar, Biharprabha News

Bihar News, Latest News from Bihar, News of Bihar, Biharprabha News

Online World comes for the help of Bihari singer Anshumala

Posted: 03 Jul 2011 11:37 PM PDT

Patna: Anshumala was a popular voice in Bihar few years ago. Class topper from Miranda House in Delhi University, Anshumala had won many awards for her classical singing. However, the lady today is languishing on the bed of a Patna hospital.

Both of Anshumala's kidneys had stopped functioning after complications which developed during her child's birth.

Her poor parents are unable to meet the expense of kidney transplantation and her in-laws have abandoned the ailing singer. Even the state government has so far turned a deaf ear to her plight.

However, 'The Rising Bihar', a community on the social networking site Facebook has stepped forward to support the woman.

"We have started a movement on Facebook to raise fund for Anshumala's treatment. So far we have collected Rs 50,000 for the noble cause," said Atul Mishra, a founding member of The Rising Bihar.

Anshumala's father is a junior cop in Bihar police and is trying his best to get his daughter treated. However, exorbitant medical fees have shattered all his hopes.

"Anshumala is a pride of our state and we will make all effort to rejuvenate her," said Atul.

Abductees in Munger released by Maoists

Posted: 03 Jul 2011 09:36 PM PDT

All the 11 people kidnapped by Maoists from Kareili village in Bihar's Munger district were released in a jungle, police said on Sunday.

"The abducted people were released in Basraha-Chormara jungle near the village when they were closely tracked by the securitymen, led by Superintendent of Police, Munger, P. Kannan yesterday," Director General of Police, Neelmani said, adding they returned home safe last evening.

Meanwhile, combing operations assisted by CRPF and special task force in Bihar continued in the area under the surveillance of IG, Bhagalpur zone, DIG Munger range and IG operations to track down the rebels, he said.

Maoists dressed as CRPF men shot dead six people including two special police officers and abducted 11 villagers after an encounter with police in the village yesterday.

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