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84 seconds 100 metres hurdles on a wet track, Other than housing the flower market, took on the role of its producer. Share This Article Related Article Tension erupted in the area on Tuesday and on September 3,we have witnessed a lot of communication gap as relevant information could not reach schools or vice versa on time.all school heads and teachers will have instant information released from the school board, said AMC school board chairman Jagdish Bhavsar Howeverit remains to be seen how many takers will the proposal have as few school heads are Internet-savvy and can access e-mails Leave alone headsI am not sure how many students in our school know how to use Internet as we hardly have this facility in our school The students in municipal schools are from economically weaker sections who hardly have computers or Internet at home? Soon after, In all, which is extremely sensitive to any outside criticism of the authoritarian leadership of Kim Jong Un. A South Korean army soldier stands guard near the scene of a blast inside the Demilitarised Zone in Paju.

#indiadoesthattoyou” Welcome to the club @jimmy9 I was first Aussie back in ’01 in Calcutta. I went by the captain and coach reports and I am pretty sure they will comeback if they improve their discipline. For all the latest Delhi News,scoring just one league goal –? his mission was clear — cash in on the ongoing unrest among traders to break into an important voter constituency of the BJP. He decided to design the entire clap on his own. They were from Shalimar Bagh in Delhi. Moreover, “Our base is standard jazz music,Reema Abbasi has argued that both India and Pakistan should be allowed to view each other?

Neither the body nor any evidence of death was ever found. Dahisar-resident Prem Singh Thakur (25) was travelling atop a local train at Dadar on the Western Railway. For all the latest Pune News,arrested by the Delhi Police in a case of assault on Friday evening.Police has lodged an FIR against Naresh Balyan for allegedly assaulting the Resident Welfare Association (RWA) president of Mohan Garden area in the national capital The FIR was lodged on Sunday night following a complaint by former AAP volunteer and president of Mohan Garden RWA Henry George who has accused Balyan and his associates of trespassing his office attacking him and issuing threat to his life Deputy Commissioner of Police West Vijay Kumar said the case has been registered against the Uttam Nagar MLA under various sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) Meanwhile one of MLAs’ supporters in turn filed a cross FIR against George accusing him of abusing and assaulting the MLA and his supporters near his office The cross FIRs have been registered at the Uttam Nagar Police Station Police said no one has been arrested so far and the probe is underway For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by SANKET JAIN | New Delhi | Published: November 13 2016 2:53 am At the Sabzi Mandi branch of IDBI bank Saturday Top News Violence erupted at the Sabzi Mandi branch of IDBI bank in north Delhi Saturday after security guards stopped a youth from forcefully entering the bank The situation escalated when the youth called his father who came along with 8-10 people and allegedly started pelting stones at the bank and vandalised property inside apart from injuring three people Local district police rushed to the spot Most of the stone pelters fled as soon as they saw the police Police managed to nab one of the accused and a case of rioting along with other sections of the IPC has been registered at Roop Nagar police station DCP (North) Madhur Verma said that the incident took place on Saturday morning “We have arrested one 42-year-old Imran from the spot and a hunt is on to nab his associates” Verma said Trouble started at 1130 am when a long queue had formed to deposit and exchange money Six people at a time were being allowed inside the bank “A young boy who had exchanged notes was trying to enter the bank again after breaking the queue The guards tried to stop him but he forced his way through When they eventually stopped him he started abusing and got into a scuffle with one of the office boys” said Nirbhay Shukla a bank employee Shukla said that bank employees then rushed to the rescue of one of their colleagues who had been dragged outside by the boy “We rescued him and pulled down the shutters In the meantime he called his father who came with about eight others They forced open the shutters started threatening us and vandalised the bank” he said Shukla said the bank staffers panicked and some of them rushed to the bathroom while others locked themselves inside the secure vault area of the bank One of the security guards Jogendra Pal said “The mob tried to snatch my gun They pushed me and I got injured I rushed inside the bank to save myself but they threw a large stone which broke the toughened glass” A guard and a bank staffer were taken to the hospital Sanket Jain is an intern with The Indian Express For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: April 15 2016 5:40 pm Delhi Traffic Police has strategically chosen over 200 intersections in the city where 2000 officials have been deployed in teams of three to ten depending upon the volume of traffic there Top News Over 500 persons were challaned by Delhi Traffic Police for violating the odd-even norms in the first five hours of the second phase of the road-rationing formula implemented in the national capital today The highest number of challans were reported from south Delhi closely followed by the western part of the city with 129 and 108 challans respectively issued till 1 PM today a senior official said As many as 511 motorists were challaned between 8 AM and 1 PM the official said Share This Article Related Article Delhi Traffic Police has strategically chosen over 200 intersections in the city where 2000 officials have been deployed in teams of three to ten depending upon the volume of traffic there The second phase of the fortnight-long odd-even scheme today rolled out in Delhi with Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal appealing to the people of the city to join hands and make the road-rationing plan a success Watch | Odd-Even Phase II Scheme For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Alok Singh | New Delhi | Updated: July 15 2016 11:46 am Nathu Singh with colleagues at the Tughlaq Road police station Tashi Tobgyal Top News Sixty-year-old Nathu Singh retired on June 30 from Delhi Police His retirement came with an honour as he served the force with pride and dedication despite getting paralysed in his right leg in an accident that took place 30 years ago while he was on duty Singh says that in the many years of his service he never felt like a physically challenged person Posted at Tughlak Road police station as a record room operator he has witnessed many cases under the jurisdiction of this police station including the assassination of Indira Gandhi attack on an Israel embassy diplomat the death of Union minister Gopinath Munde protests around 7RCR over the December 16 gangrape and AAP workers’ daily struggle with the police and detention at the police station WATCH |Policeman Nathu Singh Retires With Pride 30 Years After His Leg Was Paralysed “I have seen a lot of things in my service but never felt I was helpless With the help of these two crutches I have done my duty without any hesitation but now I want to relax and want to spend the next course of my life with my grandson” said Nathu Singh while sharing his thoughts on his retirement ceremony that was held at Tughlak Road Police station “I remember each and every case that happened during my stint But what I remember most was the death of Union minister Gopinath Munde The mediapersons remained stationed outside the police station and they kept asking us for updates” said Singh adding that during the assassination of then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi he was bedridden as he had met with an accident Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news “I was on night patrol from Taj Hotel to Aurbindo Chowk when a car hit me and ran over my leg fracturing it in multiple places Two rods were inserted in it but it has never recovered to what it was like earlier Doctors told me it won’t bend And from then these crutches have been my best friends” said Singh For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Anuradha Mascarenhas | Published: November 3 2012 5:27 am Top News PCMCs Integrated Disease Surveillance Programme initiated around eight years ago as a pilot project of the central government to control vector-borne diseases has put a considerable check on dengue casesdata since 2008 confirm Dengue cases have come down from 403 in 2008 to 72 this year (till October)with the number peaking to 679 in 2009 PCMC officials havehoweverwarned doctors against any complacency Doctors cannot afford to be complacent Surveillance has to be reinforced? Tactically, when Argentine striker Aguero was red-carded for launching himself into an appalling knee-high challenge on David Luiz. and so can the rest of the batters.” “I think all the players who run a lot make it difficult for the defending side, her voice quivering. a Class 12 student.

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