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The enlistment procedure for enrollment of Head Constables in Delhi Police will start from October 14. The application structures for the enlistment of 554 opportunities for Head Constable post can be filled through the official site of the Delhi Police, delhipolice.nic.in. Out of the all out opening publicized 372 are for male applicants and 182 are for female competitors. The opportunities reported are Ministerial and are Group 'C' opening. The determination procedure will incorporate four phases out of which two might qualify in nature. The principal stage will be a composed assessment, date for which will be declared later.
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The Delhi BJP has documented a police grumbling after a wafer was tossed at its pioneers, including its boss Manoj Tiwari, during the gathering's "Gandhi Sankalp Yatra" at Karawal Nagar. Mr Tiwari named the episode an "apprehensive" demonstration to upset the BJP occasion. The "Gandhi Sankalp Yatra" was taken out from 10, Futa Road, Karawal Nagar West to Shani Bazar, Turkmirpur on Friday. At around 8 pm, when Mr Tiwari and different pioneers were tending to a social occasion, somebody purportedly tossed a saltine on them. "The saltine arrived on me and our previous MLA Mohan Singh Bisht. I had a near disaster, while Bisht's arm was harmed and his Kurta consumed," Mr Tiwari said. A grievance was documented late on Friday night by Delhi BJP's media co-head Anand Trivedi at the Khajoori Khas police headquarters. "We have enrolled a case under segment 285 (careless lead as for fire or ignitable matter) of the Indian Penal Code and are breaking down the CCTV film," a senior cop said. "The saltine burst with a noisy blast, activating frenzy among individuals. Our pioneers had a close shave, despite the fact that Mohan Singh Bisht was harmed," Mr Trivedi said.
Delhi Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot on Saturday said the state government won't permit flood evaluating by application based taxi aggregators during the up and coming odd-even street apportioning plan that is set to start one month from now in the national capital. "We will descend vigorously on flooding. Ola and Uber have been cautioned. Senior specialists from the vehicle division are holding gatherings to sharpen them not to make bother the general population," he said. Mr Gahlot made the declaration after the Arvind Kejriwal government said that private CNG vehicles won't be excluded from the odd-even plan, which will be actualized between November 4 and 15. Responding to the equivalent, the clergyman stated, "The private CNG vehicles were absolved in the last two odd-even projects. Be that as it may, it was discovered later that CNG stickers were abused and authorization offices were thinking that its hard to check these CNG vehicles." Prior in the day, Mr Kejriwal had said that open vehicle vehicles running on CNG like transports, automobiles, and taxicabs are excluded from the odd-even framework. Mr Kejriwal likewise said that solitary those ladies drivers who will control the vehicle alone or with other ladies ready or with a kid under 12 years old will be excluded.
Delhi's air quality stayed in "poor people" classification on Friday and is probably going to slip into the "extremely poor" classification by Sunday, authorities said. The general air quality file (AQI) of Delhi was recorded at 208, which falls in "poor people" classification. The city experienced poor air quality just because this season on Thursday, the Center-run System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting And Research (SAFAR) said. The Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) recorded Delhi's air quality in "poor people" class on Friday, with an AQI of 216 and PM10 - particulate issue 10 micrometers or less in width - and PM2.5 as the conspicuous toxins. Particles smaller than 10 micrometers are the most unsafe on the grounds that they can get profound into the lungs, and some may even get into the circulation system. The city's AQI is anticipated to slip to 239 on Saturday. The SAFAR said biomass fire includes in Punjab and Haryana have expanded altogether in the course of the most recent two days and will currently begin impacting Delhi's AQI. Delhi's AQI may begin disintegrating from October 13, "towards exceptionally poor", it said. "Late storm withdrawal isn't useful for air quality in north India. During the third and fourth seven day stretch of October, the temperature will likewise begin to cool. The anticyclone, which perseveres as a component of the withdrawal, alongside clear skies and sinking movement will make the environment entirely stable underneath... implies fundamentally quiet surface breezes," the SAFAR said.
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Delhi: under the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan Mission, Delhi's AIIMS on Friday won the first prize of Rs 3 crore for maintaining cleanliness within the Institute premises.
AIIMS was awarded by Kayakalp award of Rs 3 crore presented by Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan along with Minister of state Health Ashwini Kumar Choubey during an event held at the India Habitat centre.
Under the "Kayakalp award scheme", the Health Ministry had prepared a list of the district, private hospital along with central government institute and community health centre for their work of maintaining cleanliness and hygiene in public health facilities.
The mission of Kayakalp award is to spread awareness in the community and region toward cleanliness. From 2015 Kayakalp award was instituted as a part of swachh Bharat Abhiyan Mission. It is a national initiative taken for maintaining a high level of cleanliness in the health sector.
Delhi: In the National Capital after onion, the retail price of tomatoes raised up to Rs 80 per kilogram on Wednesday 2nd October. The reason for the increased price is disruption of supply caused by heavy rain.
Traders stated that the supply of tomatoes disturbed in the last few days.
Depending upon the quantity and locality price of tomatoes vary, for example, local vendors sell tomatoes at Rs 60 and Rs 80 per kilogram on Wednesday 2nd October and at Mother dairy, safal outlet tomatoes are being sold at the cost of Rs 58 per kilogram.
On an average retail price of tomatoes in Delhi increased to Rs 54 from Rs 45 on 1st October. Meanwhile, the retail price of onion in the retail market has come down from Rs 60 to Rs 30.
Delhi: on 5th October, when the relative of prime minister Narendra Modi was on her way to Gujarati samaj Bhawan in North Delhi.
One unknown man attacked her exactly in front of Gujarati samaj Bhawan. When she was paying an auto rickshaw driver.
In her statement shantaben (name changed) told cops that on Saturday 8:00 am when she and her husband reached Delhi from Amritsar and they were leaving in the evening after staying at Gujarati samaj Bhawan. when both of them reached exactly in front of Gujarati samaj Bhawan gate .while getting outside of the autorickshaw, shantaben was paying to the driver, one unknown man attacked her from behind and snatched her bag and fled away on the bike.
Complaint registered in the civil line police station by DCP Monika Bhardwaj.
She said that a case under the section of theft and robbery has been registered and they are in search of accused with the help of CCTV footage.
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A 52-year-old retailer, whom the BJP professed to be its part, was lethally shot by heels in West Bengal's Nadia locale, sources said on Saturday. As per the police, Haralal Debnath - who ran a basic food item - was killed on Friday night at Habibpur under Ranaghat police headquarters. The unfortunate casualty's significant other Chandana Debnath said two aggressors went to the shop and requested a few merchandise, and fled in the wake of terminating at Haralal when he was occupied with getting the basic food item things for them. A cop said examination was on to discover the guilty parties and the thought process in the wrongdoing.
West Bengal BJP president Dilip Ghosh on Sunday requested that the triple homicide in Murshidabad area ought to be explored by a focal office as the state police had "fizzled" to discover those associated with the wrongdoing. Ghosh told journalists uninvolved of a program here that the decision Trinamool Congress was "pointlessly doing governmental issues" with the abhorrent occurrence. Answering to an inquiry, Ghosh stated, "While the offenders are still everywhere, the TMC is politicizing the episode, they are seeing governmental issues in the BJP's interest for a fair test into the triple homicide.
An understudy at the Jadavpur University in Kolkata, West Bengal, was discovered dead in West Midnapore locale on Saturday, the police said. The 25-year-old understudy's body was found inside a wreck where he was staying, they said. Priyadeep was an inhabitant of Keshiari in a similar locale and had been remaining at the chaos in Belda for as long as couple of months. No suicide note was found in the room. The body of the PhD understudy was sent for posthumous. An authority of Jadavpur University said the specialists have come to think about the episode however can get more subtleties simply after the establishment opens after occasions.
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ISLAMABAD: Police stations have started to withdraw riot gear from the armed stores as a law enforcement brace for a showdown with marchers expected to reach the capital later this month.
Islamabad has not experienced violent street protests since the Tehreek-i-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) 2017 lock down and riot gear supplied by the United States has since been stored, officials said.
They added that the police were preparing for the Azadi March, declared by Jamiat-i-Ulema Islam-Fazl (JUI-F). Riot gear withdrawn from the armoury stores to allow staff to fix, familiarize themselves with the equipment.
According to senior police officers, all four zonal in-charges gave orders to sub-divisional police officers to clean riot kits housed in police storage in their jurisdiction. They were also asked to fix any equipment that had been damaged
The officers claimed that the City, Saddar and Rural areas had six police stations each, while the Industrial Area had four. Each zone has between 200 and 300 riot kits, and officials have been asked to familiarize themselves with handling, fixing and wearing the equipment.
The police last engaged in anti-riot operations against the TLP for weeks at the Faizabad intersection in 2017, which almost took the twin cities of Rawalpindi and Islamabad to a standstill.
The officers said the massive anti-riot operation carried out at the time by the police from all four sides with the Anti-Riot Unit and the Anti-Terrorism Squad failed.
At the request of the capital police, the administration requested assistance from the Interior Ministry in the form of staff and finance to deal with the Azadi March.
Police and administration officials said that about 10,000 police officers in Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Azad Kashmir and the Railways were wanted for the march. A contingent of Rangers and the Frontier Constabulary were also demanded.
However, Rs 50 million was required to cover staff travel, food and lodging costs, as well as other provisions such as shipping containers to seal places such as the Red Zone. We noted that the budget has been projected for a fortnight for the staff.
Frankfurt erstellt ein neues Kleingartenentwicklungskonzept. Nun fürchten Freizeitgärtner stadtweit um ihre Parzellen.
Großer Auflauf am Freitagnachmittag in der Kleingarten-Anlage Am Mühlgarten. Rund 60 Besucher drängen sich ins Vereinshaus. Die meisten der Pächter eint eine Befürchtung, nämlich, dass sie womöglich ihre Parzelle räumen müssen, um für Bauland Platz zu machen.
Zum Auftakt von fünf so genannten „Gartentischgesprächen“, die bis zum Sonntag dauern, hat das Grünflächenamt sowie das Planungs-Büro TGP eingeladen. Dabei soll am geplanten „Kleingartenentwicklungskonzept“ gearbeitet werden. Das Konzept hatten die Stadtverordneten vorigens Jahr beim Planungsbüro in Auftrag gegeben.
Ulrike Peschelt-Elflein, Vorsitzende eines Kleingartenvereins in Westhausen, bringt die Sorgen auf den Punkt: „Die Leute haben Angst, dass sie ihr Umfeld verlieren, wenn sie an den Stadtrand umziehen müssen“, sagt die 65-Jährige und weiter: „Unsere globale Anlage wird von Generation zu Generation weiter gegeben“. Seit rund 100 Jahren werde in Westhausen gegärtnert. Und unter den Pächtern der 155 Parzellen hätten sich Verbindungen über Generationen entwickelt.
Der Direktor des Grünflächenmanagements beim Grünflächenamt, Heinz-Peter Westphal, hat zuvor eingeräumt, dass es „Bau-Aktivitäten im Bereich von Klein- und Freizeitgärten“ geben werde – auch wenn viele Parzellen durch das Bundeskleingartengesetz geschützt seien – dass aber dann den Nutzern Ausgleichsflächen angeboten werden würden.
Frankfurt sei ein „Haifischbecken“, was den Wohnungsmarkt betreffe, sagt ein Mann dazu. Und dass seine Parzelle in einer Kleingarten-Anlage unweit der Bundesbank „mit Sicherheit großes Interesse“ hervorrufen werde. „Wenn wir bebaut werden, ist ein Ersatz-Grundstück in Bonames nutzlos.“
Das Entwicklungskonzept für die geschätzten 15 000 Frankfurter Kleingärten sei jedoch nicht auf den Weg gebracht worden, um Bauland zu akquirieren, betonen die Verantwortlichen. „Wir sind keine Stadtplaner und entwickeln hier den Wohnungsbau der Stadt weiter“, sagt Landschaftsarchitektin Ute Fischer-Gäde, die den Prozess bei der Konzepterstellung begleitet.
Eher diene das Konzept, das vom Bund deutscher Gartenfreunde sich besprechen worden sei, dazu, die Kleingarten-Anlagen „gesellschaftlichen Veränderungen anzupassen“, sagt Projektleiterin Maria Julius vom TGP-Planungsbüro. Es gehe darum zu schauen, wo es Leerstand gebe oder wo es Wartelisten für Grundstücke gebe und was die Wünsche und Verbesserungsvorschläge der Nutzer seien. Auch, ob es stadtweit tatsächlich 15 000 Parzellen gebe, solle geklärt werden. „Keiner weiß genau, wie viele es denn wirklich sind“, sagt Julius.
Daneben seien die Pächter aufgerufen zu berichten, was ihnen besonders wichtig sei. Darum habe es im Vormonat bereits Befragungen bei den etwa 110 Kleingartenvereinen gegeben. 2/3 der Klubs hätten Vereinsheime, die nicht selten als Gaststätten genutzt und auch von der Nachbarschaft frequentiert würden.
Auch Spielplätze würden Besucher anlocken, berichtet Julius. Ein „Konfliktpunkt“ seien etwa „Verschattungen“ auf Grundstücken. „Das liegt aber an Bäumen, die außen wachsen“, ruft ein Mann, was Julius wiederum als mögliche Ursache bestätigt. Auf Bohle werden Verbesserungswünsche und Kommentare über den Ist-Zustand gesammelt. Ein Kommentar lautete: „Die Ruhe und Erholung sollte so erhalten bleiben wie bisher.“
Following repeated attempts to get in without boarding passes, the woman who was nicknamed the "serial stowaway" was arrested again, the Chicago police stated.
The Chicago Police Department said in a news release that Marilyn Hartman was taken into custody Friday night after she tried to pass into Chicago's O'Hare International Airport screening without a boarding pass or identification.
The Illinois woman is charged with one felony crime count in an area/airport recorded and is scheduled to appear in court on Sunday morning, the release said.
Hartman was still on probation for a prior trespassing incident that, according to the report, barred her from going to O'Hare or Midway airports without a boarding pass.
Friday's detention contributes to Hartman's list of at least five others.
She was charged in O'Hare last year after British authorities initially detained her in England. She was charged with a misdemeanor count of trespassing and a felony count of robbery after having successfully flown from Chicago to London without a visa or boarding pass.
After that visit, she was advised to undertake a psychiatric evaluation. Those who witnessed her arrests said that the effectiveness of her evasive maneuvers relies on her ability to blend into the crowd as an apparently innocent, elderly white woman
Hartman made national headlines in August 2014 when she was charged at Los Angeles International Airport for boarding a flight without a fare from Mineta San Jose International Airport. She agreed not to fight the proceedings and was sentenced to probation.
The next day, she was taken back to Los Angeles International Airport. She was seen landing at the airport and visiting passenger terminals.
"The Airport Police officers did not know that Hartman was attempting to buy an airline ticket and that she had no reservation or boarding pass in her hands when she was detained," the airport said in a statement.