The Met has posted 8. when a handful of officers used counters on large table maps to denote police cars and messages were transmitted by Morse code.

has urged engagement with the North to bring it to the?" he added.who were weighing options in favour of Pratibha Singh.why should I forego my claim for the seat, Alexandre Guimaraes (Mumbai City FC) and Steve Coppell (Kerala Blasters), did not have an idea of what to expect but still managed to stay in the race. download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Navjeevan Gopal | Amritsar | Published: June 24,the home and justice department selected a cashless treatment scheme for the entire workforce of the police. their names sprang up a few days before the Awards panel was to meet in Delhi. they appeared to have played the system themselves.

appointed him as advisor in state Handloom Corporation with a minister of state status. We did not agree, The project at Tajpur Road is worth Rs 400 crore.whose numbers had dwindled from 15 to 5 persons in four years of litigation, For all the latest Delhi News,s home ministry on November 12,the Special Branch ? The Special Branch had forwarded the circular to the additional commissioners in charge of various police regions in the city. Khan said Rashid was in custody of special cell for almost a month and claimed that police was trying to falsely implicate him in the case. Both my hitting and putting was good, said the leader who had won the Northern India amateur last month Mann opens up three-point lead Chandigarh’s Gurbaaz Mann followed up his first round effort of 41 points with a brilliant 44 in round two to open up a three-point lead at the halfway stage of the PGTI Players Championship at the Classic Golf Resort in MewatHaryana Mann’s total stands at 85 points after round two His nearest challenger is Gurgaon-based amateur Aienesh Ahluwalia with 82 points The stableford points scoring format is being followed in the tournament Under this scoring formateach par accounts for two pointseach birdie for three pointseach eagle for four pointseach bogey for one point and each double bogey (or worse) for zero points Gurbaaz Mann’s fantastic bogey-free round of eight-under-64 earned him 44 points on day two The 30-year-old was in excellent hitting form and drove two par-4 greens – the 12 th and 15 th – to set up birdies The strapping six-footer landed his chip within a few inches for birdie on the 18 th Gurbaaz’s other two birdies on the back nine came on the 10 th and 14 th He then picked up three more birdies on the front nine (sixtheighth and ninth) thanks to his flawless hitting Mannwho has a professional win to his creditsank a 10-footer for birdie on the eighth Mann said”My ball-striking has been great this week even though my putting has been patchy I’ve just dropped one bogey in the first two rounds I’m encouraged by the fact that I’ve done well at this course in the pasthaving shot a round of 12-under once With the way I’m striking the ball at the momentthe conditions are conducive for me to shoot low numbers I have no scores in mind but will play each shot on merit over the next two days HoweverI’ll have to take into account the wind which generally switches direction midway through the day at this course” Aienesh Ahluwalia (41-41)an amateur from the neighbouring district of Gurgaoncurrently occupies second position with a total score of 82 points Round one leader Ashok Kumar is placed third with a total of 81 The cut was declared at 72 points Sixty-three professionals and two amateurs made the cut Top scores after 18 holes Category A 144 Piyush Sangwan (7668); 145 Feroz Singh Garewal (7273); 147 Kartikey Vashist (7473)Shubham Narain (7275); 148 Manu Gandas (7969); 149 Pukhraj Singh Gill (7772); 152 Viraj Madappa (7478); 153 Veer Ahlawat (7875)Jairaj Singh Sandhu (7776); 154 Tutul Ali (7579)Yuvraj Sandhu (7381) Category B 154 Karan Sharma (7381); 156 Kartik Sharma (8175) Vignesh Thakur (7977) Jaiveer Singh (7680); 158 Arjun Puri (8177); 159 Karandeep Kochar (8277) Tanvir Kahlon (8178) Arjun Prasad (7980); 161 Adilbir Singh (7883); 162 Karanveer Singha (8082) For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top News

The data from 2002 when the passes were first issued should also be analysed, he said Heated arguments were witnessed throughout the proceedings The BJP-SAD councillors raised slogans in the House After two breaks as the meeting resumed againnominated councillor Sat Paul Bansal moved a resolution that the free parking passes issued to date should be cancelled This was seconded by BSP councillor Jannat Jahan-ul-Haq Earlier in the dayUnion Minister Pawan Kumar Bansalwho was present at the meetingsuggested that all the parking passes should be cancelled Mayor Malik said the passes could be cancelled as the issue started heating up The BJP said since the contract for printing was given to a private printerthere was no check on the number of passes that he could have printed and sold off Chawla admitted that the printer was his relativebut if he had printed even one pass extra than what was approved then heavy penalty should be imposed Discussions were held between the councillors outside the House as well Howeverwith no conclusion being reachedthe House was adjourned For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: July 10 2012 12:57 am Related News The fifth cut-off list for undergraduate admissions in Delhi University saw as many as 13 of 60 colleges closing admissions for all courses on Mondaywhile others have kept admissions open for up to four courses Surprisinglya few North Campus colleges as well as top South Campus colleges had seats available for B Com and Economics Honours courses While B Com (H) was open for general category students in nine collegesseats were available for Economics (H) in three colleges After closing admissions for B Com (H) with the third listHindu College re-opened admissions for the course with the cut-off at 9575-9875 per cent Other courses at the college like History (H) and Economics (H) were open only for OBC students At Kirori Mal College tooB Com (H) and Economics (H) courses were open for general category even as the college closed admissions to these courses for OBC students At Sri Venkateswara Collegefor general category studentsseats were available in five courses: B Com (H)BA (Programme)B Com (Programme)B Sc (Biological Science) and Hindi (H) Among science coursesPhysics (H) was available at Ramjas College at a 91 per cent cut-off and Chemistry (H) at Hindu College was only open for OBC category students at 9166 per cent Language courses continue to be available in many colleges Sanskrit is available at 12 colleges Zakir Husain College has closed admissions to Urdu and Arabictwo languages which usually find few takers For OBC studentsLady Shri Ram is one of the few colleges to have closed admissions for all its courses Colleges like Bhim Rao Ambedkar and Bhartion the other handwill be admitting OBC students in all their courses in the fifth list Among North Campus collegesKirori MalRamjas and Hansraj had seats available in more than eight courses Hindu College will be admitting OBC students to B Com (H) at 91-94 per cent and Economics (H) at 8975-9175 per cent Off-campus colleges like Shaheed Bhagat Singhhoweverdid not have many OBC seats left Principal of the collegeDr P K Khuranasaid?222 were issued in the name of Mayor Raj Bala Malik.he can pick up the phone and just call me, said Pawaradding that Gujarat is the only state that has financially viable co-operatives He also praised Gujarat for providing the best prices to milk producers Howeverwhile addressing a press conference laterPawar said he was surprised at Modis comment on meat exports The meat export policy has been in existence for the last 15 years There has been no major amendment to this policy during the UPA regime There is a total ban on cow meat so I am surprised why he made such a comment?sought specific replies from the state on the status of these nine policemen.Cairn India, The trust provides free mammography tests to needy women round the year. no matter who they draw in Nyon at 1100 GMT on Friday. but the most important thing is that they play with passion and with heart. ?s roads.

there’s nothing called social media but expectation of a billion people does create a pressure. "Until now, This is second defeat in a row for young Rishabh Pant-led Delhi.159 in 36 overs (Rinku Singh 37," In the final debate, his chances of becoming the commander in chief always were second best." he added. what’s the use of nine wins in a row.