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New D-G for Sashastra Seema Bal
A law graduate, Mr. Kak has served as Superintendent of Police in sensitive Pratapgarh, Mathura, Ghaziabad and Lucknow districts of Uttar Pradesh.
He also served in the Central Bureau of Investigation from December 1980 to March 1985. During this tenure, he investigated the infamous Bhagalpur blinding case. Since 2003 he has been serving as Director-General of Fire Service in U.P.
`Women being empowered'
Mr. Joshi said the outcome of the women empowerment efforts would necessarily depend on how well women were prepared to reap the benefits of empowerment and how motivated were the agencies involved in this empowerment process.
Education Minister visits injured child
Mr. Lovely said all public schools working in contravention of the orders of the Directorate of Education and using private vehicles to ferry schoolchildren would be heavily penalised. He asked the Directorate of Education and the Transport Department to take strict action against violators.
Advertising Club meeting held
Several issues like inclusion of participants from the SAARC for the awards were discussed at the meeting.
Free cataract camp
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