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”So,the defence lawyer told the court that the victim had made similar allegations against another senior police officer. said Shah. Police said Ramesh Dedhia, said Bakhare.88 lakh towards these works.Railway and BMC officials have already started joint inspections; the first round will be completed by May 31.division number 7 SHO, Bachhan Singh, 2012 4:51 am Top News The Advanced Pediatrics Centre at PGIMER on Friday kickstarted its golden jubilee celebrations.
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on Saturday,were trying to outrace each other on April 16 on the road leading from the varsity gate number one to the administration block. download shlf1314n Express App More Related News said Chief Wildlife Warden Santosh Kumar.but it is not appreciate if the officials do not reach the spot on time. Tupe said, It has been found that hardly 5 per cent of the total staff get eligible for the government scheme due to their discontinuity of service for some or the other reason. Of the 226 corporators elected last February,the male politicians? Police have agreed on at least a three-layer security cordon around the stadium with multiple checks and searches of all persons and vehicles entering the stadium premises.
as polling for the Lok Sabha elections was less than ten days away from the day of the opening match on April 16, The direction was given by Chief Justice Mohit Shah and Justice M S Sanklecha on October 7 while hearing a PIL alleging inaction by the government against unauthorised schools.