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First woman DSP takes charge in Chandigarh

First woman DSP takes charge in Chandigarh

Harjeet kaur cadre inspector who has recently promoted as deputy superintendents of police(DSP) becomes the first woman DSP who took charge in Chandigarh.Two Chandigarh cadre inspectors promoted as deputy superintendents of police (DSP) which includes Harjeet kaur who have taken charge of their new posts on Friday and the other inspector is Daleep Rattan. Though,

Uber charges Toronto rider $14,400 for ride

Toronto, Dec 13, In a case of Uber surge pricing rear its ugly head to one unfortunate Canadian, a rider was charged a whopping 18,518.50 Canadian dollars ($14,400) for a 20-minute ride in rush hour in Toronto. Rider Hisham Salama took an Uber X on December 8 for a ride which would have cost him

Y.C. Modi takes charge as new NIA Chief

Y.C. Modi takes charge as new NIA Chief

Senior IPS officer Y.C. Modi, who was part of a Supreme Court-appointed team that probed the 2002 Gujarat riots cases, on Monday took over as NIA chief, succeeding Sharad Kumar.In an official statement, the counter terror probe agency said, Yogesh Chander Modi, a 1984 batch IPS officer of Assam-Meghalaya cadre, took over as Director General

Nirmila Sitharaman new defence minister takes charge from today

Nirmila Sitharaman takes over as defence minister today

Nirmila Sitharaman new defence minister. New Delhi: Nirmala Sitharaman who has become the new defence minister of the country took over the post on Thursday. She is the country’s first woman defence minister. Although, former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi has also been the defense minister but she was the part time minister and retained the post

Now charge your mobile after three months

Now charge your mobile after three months

Brushing up your daily habits, including brushing your teeth, hugging your hair, and also charging the phone twice a day. To a large extent, it is possible that in the future you have forgotten about the charger after charging the phone.Scientists have been successful in finding such technology, which will only have to scout the

Anywhere, anytime Paper Battery will Charge your phone

Anywhere, anytime Paper Battery will Charge your phone  . Anxiety over battery life is a major issue for users of all types of consumer and mobile devices. In addition, larger and larger batteries are being built in to systems with increasing safety risks .   By fast charging and recharging the energy storage device in minutes

Mark Salling won’t face rape charge

Los Angeles: “Glee” actor Mark Salling, who was accused of forcing himself on a woman after she changed her mind about wanting sex, won’t face a rape charge. In a charge evaluation sheet, which has been obtained by the New York Post’s Page Six column, Deputy District Attorney Emily T. Spear from the LA County

Teacher held on charge of sexually abusing teenage boy

Kochi: A 56-year-old teacher has beenarrested and remanded in judicial custody for allegedly repeatedly sexually abusing a teenage boy, police said today. The accused Suresh, who was arrested yesterday, used to take classes for students at a Sunday school attached to a Syrian Jacobite Church near Kothamangalam, about 50 kms from here. Suresh, who is a neighbour

‘Pot calling kettle black’: Amarinder on Badal’s divisive politics charge

Chandigarh: State Congress chief Captain Amarinder Singh on Sunday said Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal’s charge that Congress pursued “divisive politics” was a classic case of “pot calling the kettle black”. Refuting Badal’s allegation that Congress was playing divisive politics over burning of ‘Chitta Raavan’ effigies, he said, “Rather, the burning of Chitta Raavan has

Lt Gen Surinder Singh takes charge of Western Command

Chandigarh: Lt Gen Surinder Singh today took over as General Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Western Command. After arriving from New Delhi this morning, Gen Surinder laid a wreath and paid homage to the martyrs of Western Command. Later, the western army Commander reviewed a Guard of Honour, said an official release. He also met the senior staff

MCL to charge one month penalty for illegal advertising in selected markets/malls and clubs

Ludhiana: In order to check the illegal advertisement boards in the selected markets, clubs and malls of the city the Municipal Corporation, Ludhiana has decided to impose heavy penalty on the advertisers for not taking prior permission. The officials have already issued the notices to the advertisers for keeping the instructions in mind. In the notice,

Virbhadra case: ED files chargesheet against LIC agent

New Delhi: The Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Tuesday filed a chargesheet against Life Insurance Corporation agent Anand Chauhan in the disproportionate assets case registered against Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh. The chargesheet was filed in the court of Special Judge Vinod Kumar, who fixed September 7 for consideration of the matter. The ED told

US backs Amnesty over India sedition case

Washington: The United States has backed Amnesty International after a sedition case was registered against the global rights group in Bengaluru for hosting a Kashmir event where alleged anti-India slogans were raised. State Department Deputy Spokesperson Mark Toner said that US supported the right to freedom of expresson for anyone, including the Amnesty. “With Amnesty

Badnore takes charge as new Administrator of Chandigarh

Chandigarh got its 17th Administrator as V P Singh Badnore was sworn in as Governor of Punjab. The Chief Justice of Punjab and Haryana High Court, Shiavax Jal Vazifdar, administered oath of office to Badnore at Punjab Raj Bhavan here on Monday. Badnore succeeds Prof Kaptan Singh Solanki, who served as Governor of Punjab and

One booked on rape charge

Patiala: The Patran police have registered a case of rape against Rachpal Singh, a resident of Ghaswan, tehsil Ratia in Fatehabad district of Haryana, and presently staying at Adarsh Nagar, Naya Gaon in Mohali district, on the complaint of Baljinder Kaur, a resident of Patiala and presently staying in Patran. In her complaint given to

AAP appoints Jarnail Singh as Punjab joint in-charge

New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party on Thursday appointed its Rajouri Garden MLA Jarnail Singh as its Punjab joint in-charge, a duty which is being singly performed by Mehrauli legislator Naresh Yadav, who was arrested in a Quran desecration case. AAP spokesperson Deepak Bajpai said that Yadav was not being removed from his post. Singh will

ADGP Uppal takes charge of Amritsar city’s security

Amritsar: As the state government increased the security arrangements for the Independence Day celebration, the additional director general office of police (ADGP) BK Uppal took charge of the security arrangements in Amritsar. ADGP (welfare) Uppal held meetings and reviewing the security arrangements with the officers of the city Police.He will be in the city till

Goa CM assures impartial probe into graft charge against IGP

Panaji:  Goa Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar told the state assembly on Friday that a non-police official will conduct an impartial inquiry into bribery allegations against Inspector General of Police Sunil Garg. “An independent and impartial inquiry by a non-police official will be conducted into the serious corruption charges made against IGP Garg,” Parsekar said. A

ASUS Zenfone Max: Smartphone that doubles up as charger for other devices (Tech Review)

New Delhi: As smartphones come out of the league and become powerful with high-definition screens and professional camera technology, they certainly lose when it comes to battery power. With a powerful 5000mAh battery, the ASUS Zenfone Max smartphone is here to help heavy smartphone users on the go. Zenfone series is one of the popular

Breaking- Ferozepur AAP in-charge quits AAP, 32 others

Fazlika: In a major jolt to AAP party in the Malwa zone, where around 32 people stepped down from the party along with their leader of Fezopur district, on Friday. While addressing the press conference, Gurpreet sandhu in-charge of AAP Ferozepur zone said that senior party leaders, who were dictating them, were unaware about the