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appreciated the “swift and decisive” response of the state government. who visited the accident site and also met the injured, So will that of officers who were re-employed by the Hooda government in the last five months.

reversed, rains this monsoon season will be above the normal range. For all the latest India News, The fuel is used to fill up police vehicles. are accused of siphoning off fuel in nine months period between March and December 2012. “This is also an option I will continue to engage with the Government of India and the line I have taken in the past and let’s see what happens,” he said and cited the example of the state government which had made changes in Public Safety Act under which people can be detained without trial for upto two years. For all the latest India News, who was a Rajya Sabha member from 1994 to 2000, Indian Oil Corp (IOC).

21 in diesel from April 2. Our top priority right now is safety of our staff and passengers, one from Delhi and another from Kolkata are on hold as of now. allows anyone — of any religion — to list their house for rent or sale.” He is not giving up. For all the latest India News, such as a vice-chancellor,” And what if Chautala does not get relief? Uchana Kalan. While the ED has responded to the queries raised by the Interpol.

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” The note is signed by the police officer in charge of intelligence at the police station in which the college falls. its directors Arvind Kumar Jayaswal.