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Dilbag Singh to continue as DGP: SC
NEW DELHI, Sep 20 (Agencies): The Supreme Court Thursday said the newly appointed acting director general of police (DGP) of Jammu and Kashmir shall continue in office till the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) takes a decision on the matter. A bench of chief justice Dipak Misra said acting DGP Dilbag Singh, who replaced S P Vaid, shall continue to operate and asked the UPSC to take a decision within four weeks on suitability of senior police officers who can be appointed as police chief in the state. As per the apex court’s verdict, the state government has to give a list of senior police officers to UPSC to check their suitability and shortlist three names from the list. The Jammu and Kashmir government had earlier moved the apex court seeking modification of its order by which ...
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Man kills father by electrocution in Jammu: Police
JAMMU, Sep 16: A man allegedly killed his 60-year-old father by electrocution following a quarrel in Jammu earlier this month and dumped his body in a vehicle abandoned in a forest.\ According to the police, the accused, Sanjay Kumar, was on the run and efforts were on to nab him. The body of Angrez Singh, a resident of Barn Gharota village, was recovered from the rear seat of the vehicle, abandoned in Kheari forest, on September 1. The police said its investigation revealed that Singh was killed by his son over a family dispute. A case of murder has been registered against Sanjay Kumar at Gharota police station....
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3 killed as mini-bus hits motorcycle in Kathua
JAMMU, Sep 16: Three persons, including a woman and a girl, were killed Sunday when a mini-bus hit a motorcycle in Kathua. A police official said that a motorcycle driven by Ram Dass Sangra with two pillion riders was hit by the speedy passenger bus at Kattal chowk in Hiranagar around 12.30 pm. The official said the trio were critically injured and were rushed to a nearby hospital where they were declared brought dead. The erring driver was arrested and a case was registered against him, the official said. ...
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Jammu Traffic Police introduces "wrong parking clamps" for violators
JAMMU, Sep 16: Against the backdrop of rising cases of vehicles parked wrongly or in "no parking" area, Jammu Traffic Police have introduced "wrong parking clamps" for the violators. The "wrong parking clamps" is an instrument fixed in the rear tyres of the wrongly parked vehicles especially the cars after which it cannot move and will be set free only after paying the fine to the concerned officer on duty. "We have introduced "wrong parking clamps" in view of mess created on roads due to vehicles parked haphazardly thus creating inconvenience to others," Joginder Singh, SSP Traffic Jammu told. He said that initially the drive has been launched from Jammu city and will be further extended to other areas depending upon its success rate and requirement. "People generally park their vehi...
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