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Delhi Police put up posters of wanted terrorists ahead of Independence Day
National   Saturday, August 12, 2017 IST
Delhi Police put up posters of wanted terrorists ahead of Independence Day

Delhi Police put up posters of wanted terrorists ahead of Independence Day

New Delhi: Keeping in see the Independence Day festivities, Delhi Police's Special cell has put up posters of 'wanted terrorists' over the national capital.

In the event that any resident has some data about the terrorists, he/she can approach the two telephone numbers 011-24641278, 011-23016770.

Keeping in see the Independence Day festivities, planned to be hung on August 15, security has been fixed in the national capital.

14 Counter Assault "Parakram Vans" propelled from Red Fort

So as to battle hostile to dread exercises and handle different genuine peace circumstances Delhi Police on Friday hailed off 14 new "Parakram" vans.

Each "Parakram" Van will be kept an eye on by one driver, one in control and three commandos. Drivers sent on these vans will be furnished with a little weapon and are prepared by NSG in hostile/hesitant driving with 360 degree turning and discharging in versatile mode.

In-Charge of Parakram Van would be wearing a strategic vest and would be furnished with shocker weapon with light, body worn camera, pepper splash, rod and so forth.

Commandos will be in war mode round the clock and will be attired in dungaree weakness empowering their readiness.

Commandos will be outfitted with AK-47 and MP-5 rifles and gave strategic rigging including BP Jacket, judgment belt with pockets, every single climate top, arms and knee cushions, ballistic missile destroying goggles, half gloves, pepper shower and so on.

All commandos have experienced terminating preparing at Delhi Police short range preparing office in Old Police Lines, Civil Lines. The unexpected of commandos has a reasonable blend of woman commandos.

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Indian Railways to launch new train services on different routes – Here's the list of trains
National   Saturday, August 12, 2017 IST
 
Indian Railways to launch new train services on different routes – Here

Indian Railways to launch new train services on different routes – Here's the list of trains

New Delhi: Indian Railways will launch a few new train services on various routes that will profit a great many travelers from UP, Odisha, Bihar, Punjab, Delhi, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Gujarat and Jammu and Kashmir.

These administrations would be propelled by Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu and Minister of State for Communications Manoj Sinha.

A few administrations would be hailed off by means of video conferencing from Delhi and some from Mumbai and Ghazipur, an announcement said.

Here are the subtle elements of new prepare administrations and augmentation of trains being initiated

Here are the details of new train services and extension of trains being inaugurated

BHOPAL-SINGRAULI EXPRESS (Bi-Weekly): To be flagged off by Suresh Prabhu on 12th August 2017

SINGRAULI-H. NIZAMUDDIN EXPRESS(Weekly): To be flagged off by Suresh Prabhu on 12th August 2017

JAMMU TAWI-ROURKELA EXPRESS UPTO SAMBALPUR (Daily): To be flagged off by Suresh Prabhu on 12th August 2017

PATNA HUMSAFAR EXPRESS (Weekly): To be flagged off by Suresh Prabhu on 13th August 2017

GORAKHPUR ANTYODAYA EXPRESS (Weekly): To be flagged off by Suresh Prabhu on 13th August 2017

ANAND VIHAR (T) to GHAZIPUR via Kanpur, Allahabad (Bi-weekly): To be flagged off by Manoj Sinha on 13th August 2017

SUHAIL DEV EXPRESS (From Tri-Weekly To Four Days A Week): To be flagged off by Manoj Sinha on 13th August 2017

Bandra (T)-Ghazipur City Express (From Weekly To Bi-Weekly): To be flagged off by Manoj Sinha on 13th August 2017

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