Citybriefs: Name not on CBI director shortlist, police chief moves CAT

Nov 21 2012, 02:41 IST
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SummaryDelhi Police Commissioner Neeraj Kumar reportedly moved the Central Administrative Tribunal over non-inclusion of his name among the three officers shortlisted for the post of the next CBI Director.

NEW DELHI: Delhi Police Commissioner Neeraj Kumar reportedly moved the Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT) over non-inclusion of his name among the three officers shortlisted for the post of the next CBI Director. Kumar has reportedly questioned the procedure for picking the three officers and excluding his name for the top post of countryís premier investigating agency. When contacted, Kumar declined comment. The CAT is likely to hear the matter later this week. The tenure CBI Director A P Singh ends on November 30.

No extra efforts in sanitation drive: Corpn

New Delhi: The South Municipal Corporation did not put in any extra efforts during its recent sanitation drive, launched ahead of Diwali. The admission came when Chairman of Standing Committee Rajesh Gehlot demanded a list of special efforts made to ensure that special sanitation drive was a success. ďWe just cleaned the roads and toilets with the resources we had. We did not do anything special,Ē an official said. Gehlot has now asked the Sanitation department to ensure that garbage disposal is done efficiently and a status report is filed.

AIIMSís Jhajjar OPD inauguration on Nov 24

New Delhi: Patient services at the outreach OPD of All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) at Bhadsa in Jhajjar, Haryana, will begin from next week. The OPD will be inaugurated by Union Health Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad and Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on November 24. In a statement issued on Tuesday, Hooda said Haryana would have the first AIIMS campus outside Delhi. AIIMS officials said the campus will hold OPDs in paediatrics, medicine, gynaecology and opthalmology.

42-year-old shoots self in Rohini flat

New Delhi: A 42-year-old man shot himself at his friendís flat in Rohini, Northwest Delhi, on Tuesday evening. Ravinder Singh, a businessman who had returned from London recently, was suffering from depression, police said. Singh was staying at his friendís flat in Millennium Apartments, Sector-21. ďHe shot himself with a licensed revolver, which belongs to the flatís owner and his friend. We are questioning him (the owner) as part of our investigations,Ē a police officer said.

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