(From Business Line)
Byline: Rasheeda Bhagat, firstname.lastname@example.org
Patna, April 3 - EVEN as Rashtriya Janata Dal Chief Laloo Prasad Yadav was filing his nomination papers on Friday from the Chapra constituency, barely 90 minutes drive from Patna, the State's capital was reverberating with shock waves. Yet another kidnapping had taken place that morning and this time it was 71-year-old S.M. Sahay, a prominent industrialist of Bihar. As Sahay was driving in his Santro from his residence in Patliputra colony to pick up his brother and then proceed for a game of golf, as was his routine, his car was intercepted, he was dragged out and pushed into a Maruti 800 which then sped away.
Welcome to Bihar, where, point out Laloo Yadav's political opponents, kidnapping has become an industry. As the business …