S.N Shrivastava, Commissioner Delhi Police, felicitated the meritorious students of Delhi Police Public Schools who secured exceptionally good marks in Class XII, NEET and JEE at Police headquarters.
Teachers and students from all the three schools were also present virtually to witness the ceremony.
25 students were awarded merit certificates, cash rewards and trophies for their achievements.
11 among these 25 students are wards of Delhi Police personnel.
LG award and Rajesh IPS award for the best student of the year was also presented to class XII students.
Other than school toppers, stream toppers and achievers in NEET and JEE were also rewarded.
On this occasion, the Commissioner of Police commended the Principal of the schools as well as the school faculty for putting sincere efforts with dedication, which resulted in getting excellent results.
These schools are run as welfare measures for police personnel by the Police Foundation for Education, Delhi.
Delhi's borders continie to remain under tight security in view of farmers' 'Delhi Chalo' protest march. Farmers from Punjab, Haryana have called for a two-day protest over Centre's new farm laws. Haryana Police deployed more than 1,500 security personnel at Faridabad-Delhi border. Police used water cannon and tear gas to disperse farmers at Shambhu border, near Ambala. Drone camera has also been deployed for security surveillance at Delhi-Faridabad border. Security was heightened on Thursday morning to stop protesting farmers from coming to Delhi. Earlier, Delhi Police rejected requests from farmers' unions to hold protest in the city. Farmers in Punjab have been staging protests against new farm laws passed in September. Several opposition parties have termed these contentious agricultural bills as anti-farmer.
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In the wake of farmers' 'Delhi Chalo' protest march, heavy security has been deployed at Singhu border (Haryana-Delhi border) to stop the agitating farmers. Proper barricading is also being done and police are ready to stop the farmers from entering the national capital. Delhi Police have rejected all requests from various farmers' organisations to hold protest in the national capital on November 26 and 27. Meanwhile, Haryana Police will deploy more than 1,500 security personnel at the Faridabad-Delhi borders. Farmers coming from Ludhiana and other parts of Punjab to Delhi under the banner of Bharatiya Kisan Union are carrying months' rations with them. Farmers in Punjab have been staging several protests against the three new farm laws, passed by the central government in September this year. Parliament had passed the three agriculture Bills--The Farmers' and Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Bill, 2020, The Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Agreement on Price Assurance and Farm Services Bill, 2020, and The Essential Commodities (Amendment) Bill, 2020. Several opposition parties have termed these legislations as anti-farmer.
The management of Axis Bank felicitated ASI Seema Dhaka on her stupendous achievement of tracing and reuniting 76 missing or lost children with their families, which earned her Out of Turn Promotion. Sanjay Singh, Special CP, law and order, graced the occasion with his presence and thanked Axis Bank for this gesture. On this occasion, Tanu Malhotra, Sr Vice President, Rajeev Chawla, Vice President and other senior officials of Axis Bank presented a memento and shawl to Seema Dhaka as a token of appreciation. They also wished her success in future endeavours.
Republic TV editor-in-chief Arnab Goswami was released on interim bail on November 11. Supreme Court ordered the release of Arnab Goswami and other co-accused in an abetment to suicide case. Goswami was asked to pay a bond of Rs 50,000. Supreme Court directed the Commissioner of Police to ensure that orders are followed immediately. The order was given by a bench headed by Justice Chandrachud. Arnab Goswami was arrested on November 04 from his residence in Mumbai.
Commissioner of Police of Cyberabad, VC Sajjanar visited flood-affected areas of Hyderabad on Oct 18. During his visit, he reviewed situation at Rajendra Nagar, Gagan Pahad Village Pond, Old Kurnool Road and Ali Nagar area. He requested residents to stay indoors in order to remain safe. After continuous heavy downpour, Hyderabad has submerged into rainwater.
Uttar Pradesh's Akansha Singh scored full marks in the 2020 National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test. Akansha secured second All India Rank (AIR) in the examination. While speaking to ANI, she expressed her happiness on the result and said that her hard work paid off. Akansha said, "I don't have words to express my feelings but I am happy that my hard work paid off. My parents are very happy. I thank God and my parents for this success." Akansha's father was extremely happy over her achievement.
All 19 students from 'Zindagi Foundation' in Bhubaneswar cleared National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2020 exams. The foundation which aims to give wings to medical aspirants coming from underprivileged section of society, stood up to the mark this year. "I want to become a doctor and help needy people," said a qualified candidate. Another qualifier said, "I wanted to become a doctor, it was my dream, but my parents could not afford my studies. So, I came across Zindagi Foundation and started my studies here free of cost."
Bhupesh Baghel, Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh, spoke on the Covid-19 pandemic and Central government's role in the battle. He was speaking at the 18th edition of the Hindustan Times Leadership Summit. Baghel said that the state managed to prevent a migrant worker exodus and a blow to industry, but the Union government didn't have much of a role to play. Reacting to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's praise of the Modi administration, Baghel said that the Aam Aadmi Party government in the capital was also responsible for the spread of the pandemic across the country, and so the AAP and BJP were scratching each other's backs. Watch the full video for more.
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