Sub-Inspector(Male/Female), Delhi Police



Delhi Police was established in the year 1861 under the Indian Police Act. This is the main law and order agency for NCT. There are nine jails which come in the Delhi Police control. Mr. Y.S. Dadwal is the chief of the Delhi Police. Delhi Police played an important role in the 1984 anti-sikh riots.

Job profile:

Only Indian citizens ( both male and female ) can apply for the posts of Sub-Inspector in Delhi Police.


Candidates should be between 20-25 years of age as on 1 July 2009 for applying for the post of Sub-Inspector(Male/Female). Relaxation in age as per rules. Male Candidates should have 170 height and chest around 81-85 cms.

Educational Qualifications:

Candidates are required to be graduate from a recognized univeristy or equivalent for applying for the post.

No. of posts: There are 380 posts available for Sub-Inspector designation (Male) and 82 posts available for Sub-Inspector designation (Female).

Pay Scale:

Sub-Inspector (Male): Rs. 9300-34800/-
Sub-Inspector (Female): Rs. 9300-34800/-

How to apply: Candidates are required to send ( ordinary post only ) the complete Application form alongwith the Application fee in the form of a Demand Draft in an envelope superscribed as ” Application for the post of Sub-Inspector (Exe.)-Male in Delhi Police-2009 (Phase-II) ” and ” Application for the post of Women Sub-Inspector (Exe.) in Delhi Police-2009 (Phase-II)” to Post Box No. 8020, Delhi-110033.

Last date for the reciept of Application is 26 December 2009.

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Residents of one town can now add earthquakes to the list.The people of Jones and other rural communities in eastern Oklahoma County and western Lincoln County, in the central part of the state, have been experiencing what geologists refer to as an earthquake “swarm” over the past year.Relative to the temblors that recently struck Haiti and Chile, these quakes have not been very strong — ranging in magnitude from 1.5 to 3.8, and yet many have been big enough, not only to be felt, but to rattle houses and rattle nerves.”It was just ka-boom!” said Jenifer Reynolds, describing one of the first tremors she felt at her Jones home last year. “And it shook the windows and shook the house.”Reynolds and her husband, Chris Cook, said they’ve personally felt about a half a dozen quakes like that — not strong enough to seriously scare them, but enough to scare their animals.”Ya know, horses take off running, and dogs are running off the porch, ya know, it’s kind of.. of that magnitude, ya know,” Reynolds said.At Shuff’s Main Street Grill, a local lunchtime mainstay, the seismic activity is a popular topic of conversation.”It’ll rock ya pretty good,” said Vic Walker, a lifelong resident of the area.And among the patrons, there’s no shortage of ideas on what could be causing the earthquakes. 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Geologists from Southern Methodist University and the University of Texas were intrigued and decided to take a closer look.Dr. Brian Stump, a professor Earth Sciences at SMU, said the seismic equipment they put in place showed them something extraordinary about the epicenters of the earthquakes they recorded.”They all locate in that little square,” Stump said, pointing to a spot just south of the Dallas-Fort Worth airport.And that square, he said, was right along a known fault line, and right next to a wastewater injection well.Stump and other geologists said production wells have not been tied to earthquakes, but disposal wells, where the saltwater and other fluids used in oil and gas production are injected back into the earth have been shown, in some cases, to cause small quakes.”Fluids of all kinds, when they’re injected underground, do, in some cases, induce small earthquakes,” Stump said.Stump said they also learned that the injection well in question has started putting fluids into the ground just a few weeks before the DFW quakes began.”And so, as we finished the study,” Stump said, “we can’t be absolutely sure that’s the cause, but the timing and locations and things seem to say at least we should consider that as a possibility.”The resulting peer-reviewed paper got plenty of attention, including Holland’s.”We’ve looked at the saltwater disposal certainly as a possible theory,” Holland said.By far, the highest volume disposal wells in the area of earthquakes belong to Tulsa-based New Dominion, LLC. They pump, on average, 3.5 million gallons of saltwater a day into the Arbuckle formation, along a fault known as the Nemaha Ridge.During a visit to their facilities recently, we asked if they thought they could be causing earthquakes.”Well, we didn’t think we were,” said Roland Rollins, a New Dominion supervisor, “but we sure didn’t want to be the cause of it, so that’s why we thought, well we’ll just take the positive approach and find out.”With the help of OGS, the company installed two seismic stations on its property in south Oklahoma City, but the wells are 10 to 15 miles from the general location of all the earthquakes, and the monitors are not picking up any unusual seismicity, so Holland has pretty much ruled them out.But what about other injections wells? Holland said he’s looked and the ones closest to the seismic activity are all low-volume and low-pressure. What’s more, he said, the earthquakes, unlike those in Dallas a year ago, are spread out.”If it was triggered seismicity, you’d expect the earthquakes all to be located in a fairly small spatial area,” Holland said.And still, you don’t have to be a skeptic to wonder how a 10,000 percent increase in seismic activity could not be triggered.So we asked Holland if he would have a problem saying the earthquakes were tied to oil and gas activity, if the data pointed to that.”No,” Holland emphasized, “that would be very important…[but] I just can’t make the connection, there just doesn’t seem to be a link, and it’s the easy answer. 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Mixed breeds, on the other hand, offer several advantages many prospective pet owners don’t think about. For example, when you adopt a mixed breed, you get the benefit of two or more different breeds in one animal. You also get a pet who is less prone to genetic defects common to certain purebred dogs and cats. Whether you’re thinking about getting a dog or cat, purebred or mixed breed, it’s important to make sure your favorite type of animal fits with your lifestyle. You may love border collies, for example, but these active dogs likely aren’t a good match for busy apartment dwellers living in a city. So first become knowledgeable about what kind of animal you want and about what it takes to be a responsible pet caregiver. WHERE CAN I GET A PUREBRED DOG OR CAT?Perhaps you’re set on getting a purebred. Where should you get one? Not all sources are the same, so it’s critical to choose carefully. 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Shannon Newman, with Sand Springs Police, and Cherokee Nation Marshal Casey King taught us how to recognize a threat and respond to it more quickly.They say having the element of surprise is key, since most attackers don’t expect a woman to fight back, especially with the goal to hurt them.”You’re not going to go toe-to-toe with somebody who outweighs you by 100 pounds, you’re gonna do all the mean and dirty tricks you’ve got to, to get away safely,” Sgt. Newman said.Yelling makes sure you keep breathing, because some people hold their breath when they get scared. It also lets other people know you are in trouble.We also learned what to do if we’re being choked during an attack, even how to fight back when the worst happens and we’re knocked to the ground and he’s coming in with a haymaker knockout punch.”If I really want to get down there and take it, I’m gonna have to earn it,” King said.Once we’d learned awareness, avoidance and fighting back techniques, it was time to put them to the test. King got in a padded suit and we were each given a scenario. Mine was walking on the trail.Casey King: “Have you girls seen a dog?”Lori Fullbright: “Stay back.”Casey King: “Hey, I know you.”Lori Fullbright: “No, you don’t, stay back.”Casey King: “C’mere.”Lori Fullbright (attacking): “No, No, No.”Even though it was a simulation, the nerves and adrenalin hit, causing Tammi Dole-Lee to hesitate when she was first grabbed.”That first second, I got scared, then it just kicked in, everything they taught us,” Dole-Lee said.She’s a runner and, after hearing a woman was nearly raped on the running path, she signed up for the class and is now more confident about protecting herself. She said she wants her teenage daughter to take it, too.Karen McFarland signed up after hearing one of my safety talks. She said she’s learned she doesn’t have to be a victim.”There’s always going to be bad guys, always going to be bad guys, but we can have less victims. We can win, we can come out on top,” McFarland said.The instructors say this isn’t the end all-be all in self defense training, but it is a first step to knowing when and how to fight back in order to save yourself from someone determined to hurt you.Of course, the best way to win a fight, is to never get into one in the first place.This class is taught by the , but the same class is offered in a few other places in Green Country. .The Sand Springs class is free. Some places charge a small fee, but there’s a lifetime return policy, where anyone can go back for a refresher any time, at no charge.A convicted sex offender on Thursday grabbed a girl on her way to school in Broken Arrow.She was able to get away.The biggest first step is to talk to your kids, practice what-if scenarios with them, so they can also escape.Having a plan is key. Kids need to act immediately if something happens, because they’re more likely to survive right then, than if someone takes them into a car, house or other secluded area.Few things are more gut-wrenching than for someone to take a child. Kids are smaller, weaker and taught to listen to adults and not to fight. But kids can be taught to protect themselves, even against bigger, stronger adversaries. It just takes practice.”Take that pinky, like you’re going to take it out of that joint, and they’re going to let go,” Steve Whitaker said.Steve: (Yank away) “Okay, there’s no way I can hold on to you.”Reporter: “That’s true. I’m surprised, because you’re strong and I’m not as strong, let me do that again. See, there’s no way I can hold on to you.”What if it comes down to a fight? Steve recommends three basic strikes that children can try against people who are bigger and stronger and all involve using the heel of their hand.Here are some other tips to get away:If you want to see a knee strike kids can use, click the video above.radKIDS is a reputable self-defense program for children, and. radKIDS is taught at these Oklahoma agencies:Cherokee Nation Marshal ServiceDaniel King Phone: 918-316-4369TahlequahClaremore Police DepartmentRobin Blair Phone: 918-341-1212ClaremoreNortheastern State UniversityCari Keller Phone: 918-444-3514TahlequahU.S. ArmyNancy Jo McLeodLawton, OK, 73505By Steven ReinbergHealthDay ReporterTUESDAY, Aug. 6 (HealthDay News) — Tracking your own blood pressure at home can help you control hypertension, a new research review finds.And if you have a clinician’s help in monitoring your blood pressure, you’ll likely do even better, at least in the short term, according to the study, which was published Aug. 6 in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine.”For adults with hypertension who are willing and able to monitor their blood pressure at home in conjunction with their health care center, self-monitored blood pressure can be a useful tool to lower blood pressure, and possibly lower the risk of cardiovascular events, at least for the short term,” said lead researcher Dr. Ethan Balk, from the Institute for Clinical Research and Health Policy Studies at Tufts Medical Center in Boston.Whether the benefits extend beyond one year needs further research, said Balk, whose team looked at more than 50 studies on the effectiveness of home blood pressure monitoring. Self-monitoring includes keeping a record of the readings so a physician can determine if your blood pressure medicine is working effectively or needs tweaking. Left uncontrolled, high blood pressure can lead to stroke, eye and kidney damage, heart disease and disability.Exactly how home monitoring keeps blood pressure levels low isn’t clear, Balk said. “Likely reasons are improved monitoring and tailored treatment of blood pressure by both the clinician or nursing staff and the patient, and increased incentives to control one’s diet and increase physical activity,” he said. “But these explanations are purely conjectural.” Also, it isn’t clear to what degree additional support enhances the benefits or which methods of additional support are best, Balk said.”An important caveat is that the evidence refers to self-monitored blood pressure used in conjunction with clinicians and/or nurses who are using and monitoring the information,” he said. The results don’t apply to people who decide on their own to measure their blood pressure at home without consulting medical professionals, he said.The findings support current health care guidelines, said Dr. Gregg Fonarow, a professor of cardiology at the University of California, Los Angeles, and a spokesman for the American Heart Association.”National and international guidelines, including those from the American Heart Association, recommend that patients with hypertension measure and monitor their blood pressure in the home setting, and a number of studies have shown this can result in better blood pressure control,” he said.”These findings … highlight the importance of actively engaging patients in the measuring, monitoring, goal achievement and goal maintenance of their blood pressure,” he said.Blood-pressure-monitoring devices available in drugstores and other shops range in price from $30 to more than $100.When choosing a device, the American Heart Association recommends an automatic, cuff-style, upper-arm monitor. Wrist and finger monitors are not recommended because they yield less reliable readings. Monitors for the elderly or pregnant women should be validated specifically for those purposes.For the current report, Balk’s team reviewed 52 published studies in which patients monitored their blood pressure with and without assistance. Such help ranged from educational materials to contact with a nurse or pharmacist or counseling over the telephone.They found some evidence that monitoring blood pressure at home improved control at six months, but not at 12 months.When patients got help, either through educational material or direct contact with medical professionals, home monitoring improved blood pressure control at both six and 12 months.From this data, Balk’s group concluded that home blood pressure monitoring is effective in the short term. More informationFor more information on blood pressure, visit the . Copyright ? 2013 . All rights reserved.Ted Parmigiani, a research analyst, was fired by Lehman Brothers in 2005, after he upgraded a company called Amkor from Sell to Neutral. He discussed his upgrade on the firm-wide squawk box at 10am on June 1, and it seems that he was hoping that his upgrade would move the market. He was disappointed: while Amkor did rise that day, it rose before his 10am call, rather than after it. Convinced that the early-morning move was attributable to Lehman insiders and their clients buying Amkor with foreknowledge of his upgrade, Parmigiani started a series of complaints.First, Parmigiani complained to Lehman superiors; that just got him fired. So he filed a wrongful-termination suit, which got settled out of court. And with his suit behind him, Parmigiani kept on complaining about what had happened. First he went to the SEC, which looked into his allegations and found no evidence of wrongdoing. After striking out with the SEC, Parmigiani complained to Senator Charles Grassley, and also to Preet Bharara, United States attorney for the Southern District of New York. Again, nothing. Finally, with nowhere left to go, and despite the fact that Lehman went spectacularly bust back in 2008, Parmigiani went to Gretchen Morgenson, some seven years after the events in question happened. And this time, he got results, if by “results” you mean a big in the New York Times.I’ll let Morgenson explain what Lehman is supposed to have done wrong:Mr. Parmigiani says traders there were routinely advised of changes in analysts?? company ratings before those changes were made public. That way, Lehman could profit on subsequent market moves. Here is how he describes it: First, research officials tipped off the traders; then Lehman??s proprietary trading desk, which cast bets with the firm??s own money, positioned itself accordingly. Lehman salespeople also alerted favored hedge funds. Only later, he says, were ratings changes made public.I have to admit that I’m a bit confused with what exactly Morgenson means by the phrase “made public”. I, for one, never had access to Lehman Brothers squawk-box calls, and I’ve never seen sell-side upgrades or downgrades filed with the SEC or be made subject to .Now it’s true that the SEC does consider the news that an investment bank is going to change its rating on a stock to be material nonpublic information, and therefore subject to insider-trading rules. But it’s a very weird, grey-area sort of inside information. Let’s say Lehman upgrades Amkor: is that inside information about Lehman, or is it inside information about Amkor? The news would be very unlikely to affect Lehman stock, so it’s not really the former. But at the same time, no Amkor insiders are involved at all, so it’s hard to see how it can be the latter.There can’t and shouldn’t be any rule against analysts doing independent analysis on companies, based on publicly-available information. Similarly, once that analysis has been done, the analyst can do what she likes with her analysis. She can trade the stock, she can write it up, she can talk to hedge funds about what she thinks, she can sell it to clients, she can make it public. Or, she can do all of the above, in any order she likes.The tricky thing happens when that analyst gets a job at an investment bank, and the individual’s analysis mutates into being the bank’s analysis. There’s a kind of invisible special sauce which a bank pours onto its analysts’ reports: if Joe Schmo puts out a “buy” rating on XYZ Corp on Seeking Alpha, few people will notice or care. But if Mr Schmo gets a job at Goldman Sachs, then that rating can move XYZ shares. And at that point, the SEC starts getting interested.Now the SEC does not say that banks need to make their research reports fully public. In its against Goldman Sachs “huddles”, for instance, the SEC has no problem with news of upgrades and downgrades being “disseminated broadly to all clients of the firm”. There’s a huge difference, of course, between the set of Goldman Sachs clients and the set of public-company investors, but as far as the SEC is concerned, it seems that if all of Goldman’s clients have a certain piece of information, then that piece of information can be considered to be public information.Similarly, Morgenson and Parmigiani seem to think that once a call has been made on the Lehman Brothers squawk box, that too counts as public information. If something’s available — in theory — to any Lehman client, then it’s public. If it’s only available to select Lehman clients, then it’s inside information.Here’s Morgenson:While insider trading commonly involves nonpublic corporate information, advance warning on research changes can also yield quick, illicit gains. The S.E.C. said as much in 2007 involving an executive at the Swiss banking giant UBS. In that case, eight individuals and three hedge funds were charged with profiting on tips about coming analyst ratings changes ?? ??valuable and material, nonpublic information,?? the S.E.C. said. One executive went to jail, and others settled with the S.E.C.This is disingenuous. The case in question involved individuals, not the bank as a whole: a UBS executive director, Mitchel Guttenberg, was personally tipping off his friends, in return for under-the-table payoffs, about upcoming UBS upgrades and downgrades. In that sense, the case is really about misappropriation rather than about insider trading. As explains, using the example of :An employee??s undisclosed and self-serving use of information belonging to his employer to trade securities is a securities fraud. The employee is ??misappropriating?? the information from his employer and using it for his own personal gain??If the Wall Street Journal had authorized Winans to leak to his roommate and his stockbroker, no violation would have occurred. In that case, there would be no breach of duty to his employer, which means there??s no misappropriation.In other words, as far as I can tell, no one has ever been successfully prosecuted for the crime that Morgenson and Parmigiani are so upset about here — the crime of giving information about ratings actions to some clients before other clients. The Goldman huddle case, in particular, seems particularly thin: the SEC is basically shocked — shocked! — that before an analyst upgraded a company, that analyst was bullish on the company in question. Whereas the rest of us would probably be shocked if an analyst wasn’t bullish before upgrading a company. And in the end, the Goldman huddle case was more about internal controls than it was about inside information.The fact is that if no corporate insiders are involved, there’s really no good reason at all to prosecute or criminalize anybody using information they’ve obtained to act in the markets. The markets should be a game of people using independently-obtained information and analysis to make their own determinations about what various securities are worth — that’s the best way to maximize the amount of information reflected in the price of those securities.As the Facebook IPO demonstrated, pricing securities, especially stocks, is always more of an art than a science. Facebook’s underwriters thought they had a pretty good handle on where the demand was for Facebook’s stock, but they were wrong: all those investors were deliberately upsizing their orders just because they knew they wouldn’t get all the shares they were asking for. And because they also reckoned they could lock in a nice profit by selling some of their shares at the very first tick. By the end of the day, Facebook’s banks were being forced to buy back stock, in significant quantities, at the same price they’d sold it.So let’s let brokerages’ clients trade what they like, so long as they’re not trading on genuinely inside information from the company in question. If we’re going to be serious about the Volcker Rule, and prevent the brokerages from trading for their own account, the least we can do is let them monetize their analysts’ research as best they can.Do sellers have to tell you about problems in their home that you can’t see? The answer, generally speaking, is yes, and most states require the seller to deliver this disclosure in writing, via a completed “seller disclosure” form.Most states require sellers (even those selling “by owner”) to disclose major defects known at the time the form is completed. If the seller has fixed a problem, the seller might indicate that he is “unaware” of a material defect relating to the home. But if the seller has repeatedly repaired the same problem, he should disclose this problem and indicate what has been done to take care of it.Buyers should carefully review the seller disclosure form to see if the seller checked off any item to disclose a defect. If there are items checked off, hire a professional home inspector or other professional to investigate the situation further. If you’ve already had an inspector tour the home, ask if he’ll come back to look into the defect listed.You should also ask the seller for additional information about the cause of the defect and for the name of the person or company that made repairs to the home. Contact the repair company to determine what was done and what is the likelihood that the problem will return. Ask if there is something further the seller could have done to correct the problem. If you close on the home knowing it has a defect and there is a recurrence, you’ll have to pick up the cost of the repair, and probably won’t have any recourse against the seller. However, if you close and there is a recurrence of a problem the seller did not disclose, you may have the right to seek reimbursement for your expenses for repairs under limited circumstances:Finally, if you decide to go forward, consult with the attorney or agent who assisted you in the closing of your home. They may be able to direct you to an attorney that specializes in seller disclosure issues and litigation.Copyright (c) 2008 Studio One Networks. All rights reserved.When Madison Avenue pitches artificial knees, do we all pay?Americans — personally, or through private insurance or Medicare — spend more than $12 billion a year on artificial knees and hips. That’s more than Hollywood takes in at the box office.A TV ad I’ve seen recently for artificial knees and hips made by Smith & Nephew, a British medical technology company, may help explain why we spend so much on these implants. It is not the kind of ho-hum ad we now see so regularly, urging us to seek relief from a disease we’ve never heard of by taking a pill with so many side effects it takes the pitchman half the air time to recite them. Instead, Smith & Nephew’s ads look more like a pitch for Nike.Here’s how the ads are described in an article I found on the website of a trade publication, Pharmaceutical Executive:A gray silhouette moves seamlessly, flowing like ink through water — swimming, golfing, playing tennis. The only discernable, solid characteristics in these figures in motion are the hip and knee replacement devices from Smith & Nephew. Chief creative officer Jonathan Isaacs and group account director Ann Woodward from Ogilvy Healthworld, part of Ogilvy CommonHealth Worldwide, are two of the many creative people who took part in developing the ad campaign for Smith & Nephew hip and knee replacement products, encouraging patients to “rediscover their go.”This DTC [Direct to Consumer] campaign manifested as TV spots aimed to showcase joint replacement devices in a nonconventional way, delivering the message that “this isn’t your grandfather’s hip,” according to Isaacs. “I think we tried to do something that felt much more state-of-the-art. This literally is the next generation of hip and knee replacement.”Given how much we spend on these devices, including the money spent by Medicare for seniors who opt for them, I’d like to see an article that explores whether these ads create demand rather than shift market share among manufacturers. What do Smith & Nephew’s reports to stock analysts, or even its own internal reports, say about whether the ads are a good return on investment and are creating demand?When did these commercials start running? (There have apparently been ads like this on U.S. TV for at least the last five years, but they seem more prevalent lately.) What is the ad budget? And what are the profit margins on the company’s knees and hips?I know from my on the outsized U.S. healthcare costs that Americans buy artificial hips and knees at far higher rates per capita than patients in any other country. Is this one of the reasons?The last paragraph of the celebratory Pharmaceutical Executive article seems to imply that creating demand is exactly the goal:Another differentiating factor for the Smith & Nephew campaign was that it aimed to reach a broader audience. … We were trying to make the point that anybody who is active can create wear and tear on their bodies, and there are a lot of folks — young and old — that can need joint replacement,” Isaacs says.Is this kind of television advertising allowed in other countries? I’m not in favor of the government prohibiting speech, even corporate speech — especially speech that presents a choice that people can make.But reporting that pins down what we might be paying for that speech would contribute to the debate over whether what is often an optional medical choice should be protected by the same kind of insurance the covers medical necessities.Failing your way on to TV:Many may only know Marcia Clark as a name appearing in recent weeks under an attractive brunette talking head who has been opining on television about defense and prosecution strategy in the case of George Zimmerman, the man accused of murdering teenager Trayvon Martin. As she critiques each side’s strategy, Clark is typically described as a former prosecutor and expert legal analyst. That’s like describing the captain of the Titanic as a former cruise ship captain or nautical expert.For Clark was the lead prosecutor who lost what may have been the highest profile — and, more important, easiest to win — murder case of the last century: The O.J. Simpson trial 18 years ago.So why can’t a television or legal reporter use Clark’s popularity as an expert analyst as an opening to ask TV producers if there is anything other than fame (and good looks) that goes into decisions about whom to book for these appearances discussing Zimmerman and other cases?A related topic would be describing how obsessive some lawyers are about getting on to these shows, hoping to attract clients who might be drawn to someone who’s not only famous for being on TV but famous for being an expert legal analyst. Does it work to build not only to build their egos but also their practices?As someone who supervised the TV booking of lawyers in the early days of Court TV, I know that many of the best lawyers avoided these TV appearances for a lot of reasons, not the least of which is that they’re too busy actually practicing law. But others craved the camera even if they don’t need new clients. One morning in the middle of the Simpson trial, one of the country’s busiest divorce lawyers, who had never handled a criminal case, was sitting in my reception area waiting for me so that he could try to talk his way onto the air to critique Clark’s performance.Do publishers think Paula Deen is worse than Hitler?One of the more curious aspects of the implosion of celebrity chef Paula Deen last week was the way her book publisher, Random House, announced that it had cancelled plans to publish her new cookbook this fall despite the fact that the book had so many advance orders that it soared to the top of the Amazon best seller list the same week.That major consumer businesses may want to disassociate themselves quickly from someone whose public comments suggest that he or she is a racist is understandable. But isn’t book publishing different?Right now you can click over from reading this and go to Amazon or the Apple book store and buy what seem to be four different versions of Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf, including a Kindle edition from Amazon and an iPad edition from Apple.In fact, Houghton Mifflin, which, like Random House, is a leading publisher, was apparently the first bookseller to bring Hitler’s long, virulent rant to the United States. Houghton Mifflin brought the book to the United States in 1939 and then waged a legal fight with a smaller publisher over which held the publishing rights.So, I’d like to see a reporter ask Random House about its apparent policy of not publishing authors whose alleged views might be offensive to some or even many people.One version of Mein Kampf?listed on Amazon is the “Students’ and Teachers’ Classroom Edition.” That, of course, suggests the rationale for publishing Hitler’s book: we learn from reading even offensive ideas.So perhaps if Deen decided to come clean and proclaim that she’s a racist and then wrote a book about it, Random House would be more inclined to publish it than it apparently is to publish another Deen cookbook.Someone ought to get the editors there to explain that.PHOTO: George Zimmerman (R) stands to be identified by a state witness as his attorneys, Mark O’Mara (L) and Don West look on in Seminole circuit court in Sanford, Florida, July 1, 2013. REUTERS/Joe Burbank/Pool?Detroit Industry, north wall, Diego Rivera, 1932-33, fresco. Detroit Institute of ArtsHearing that the official hired to sort out Detroit’s financial mess has asked for a of the celebrated in the Detroit Institute of Arts, perhaps with a view to selling off its , , , and the rest, brought to mind remarks by former British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan about then-Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher’s privatization program.“It is very common with individuals or estates when they run into financial difficulties to find that they have to sell some of their assets,” in his inimitable aristocratic drawl. “First the Georgian silver goes. Then all that nice furniture that used to be in the saloon. Then the Canalettos go.” Finally, even the “two Rembrandts that were still left” are put under the hammer.Detroit is bust and about $11 billion in debt. The city owns the DIA and its fine collection of art, which is priceless. Estimating the value of such a cache of world-renowned pictures and sculptures is impossible as all its masterpieces are unique. Nonetheless, some guess a fire sale would raise about $2.5 billion.The man charged with balancing the books it is premature to talk of selling the art, but claims city creditors, who will be asked to take cents on the dollar in lieu of what is owed them, are bound to demand that all the city’s assets, including the DIA collection, are sold before they will agree terms. Phooey! To send in the appraisers is to invite creditors to demand the sale.There are a number of significant practical details about selling a large public art trove. Under the federal bankruptcy code’s Chapter 9, neither a judge nor creditors can force the city to sell its assets, so another prolonged and expensive legal battle would likely ensue. A 2012 tax millage, in which residents in three Detroit neighborhoods agreed to pay extra taxes to support the collection, may have to be rescinded.There can also be stiff legal inhibitions against a sale in the donors’ deeds, which would entail elaborate and costly court hearings to unpick. That happened at the , in Waltham, Massachusetts, in a between its owner, Brandeis University, and art donors over the of its important modern art collection, including paintings by Jasper Johns, Roy Lichtenstein and Robert Rauschenberg. That dispute was only just settled after four expensive years, with the university abandoning the effort to sell its art, which has been described as “the finest of such collections in New England,” to pay down its debt.There is a problem, too, about dumping too many high-quality pictures like Van Gogh’s , Brueghel’s and Matisse’s onto the market at the same time. Even more troubling, for it would also entail destroying the integrity of the DIA’s building, would be the removal of the extensive mural cycle by , which he painted to adorn the museum’s lobby.To maximize the price, the city would have to drip-feed the collection to the auctioneers to give private collectors and art museums time to collect their breath – and find the asking price. It would be anything but a quick fix.Practicalities aside, does it make good financial sense? If you want to pay down debt without delay and can gain legal access to the pictures, selling off what Macmillan called “the family silver” has its attractions. Like gold, you might argue that important and rare pictures and sculptures are “stores of value” to be cashed in at times of need.However, even if the estimates reflect only half the money that may be raised, it is only going to provide half the money the city needs to become solvent. If there were no other considerations apart from monetary, however, putting a collection of publicly owned art up for auction would be a sure, if undignified, way of raising cash.Economically, however, it would be a disaster. Art is not like gold, which has few uses except as a store of value. Sell gold and you can buy back gold. Sell rare masterpieces and they can rarely, if ever, be recovered. Fine art has a value way beyond its mere price. To liquidate the DIA’s art would be a short-term fix that would soon redound on those who say they have Detroit’s best interests at heart.Imagine if Greece, with all its financial difficulties, sold off the Acropolis. Or if the Madrid government auctioned the treasures of the Prado. Or Italy pillaged its classical and Renaissance inheritance to fix a temporary lack of funds. It would destroy overnight the tourist trade that provides such a sure source of revenue and would destroy the politicians who dare sign off on such a cheap, shortsighted deal. Even repo woman Angela Merkel, the German chancellor, has not yet suggested plundering the Mediterranean countries’ cultural monuments to gain her pound of flesh.If Detroit is to survive well into the 21st century the city must attract the best and the brightest. A vibrant arts community is already developing. Highly talented and skilled people will only be tempted to relocate to Michigan and meet the challenge of reviving the city’s fortunes if they feel they are moving to a sophisticated metropolis that can match their high aspirations. Few aspects of a city more accurately reflect the quality of life that can be achieved than the excellence of its public art.To sell off the DIA’s collection in a hurriedly arranged fire sale would send a clear signal that Detroit is washed up, a dead end, an urban experiment that did not survive the rigors of the market. Could Detroit endure a long and virulent campaign by art lovers all over America portraying the Motor City as the broken-backed capital of philistinism? Investors would conclude that Detroit is finished and take their money elsewhere.Once the art is gone, even if only the most valuable works are sold, the DIA will find it impossible to attract high quality art experts, museum administrators and donors. Why would they bother to contribute to a sinking venture? The DIA collection, an acknowledged jewel among America’s top art museums, will become a tragic memory, like New York’s demolished Penn Station — a constant reminder of a wrong turn taken by unimaginative philistines.It is not only the economics of a sale that makes little sense. Art collections are a social good, a notion seldom taken into account by economists of the worst kind who too often appear to know the price of everything and the value of nothing. Art enhances the dignity of a community, educates its citizens and provides pleasure and entertainment that directly appeals to the mind and the senses.You need only fight the crowds in any major art museum at weekends to see that the appreciation of art has become as important to many as an act of worship. Indeed, to some the adulation of art and artists has become an inspiration to an enhanced spiritual life.Are there lessons for other cities in Detroit’s dilemma? Yes. If Detroit gets this wrong it may earn a place in history as the first city to condemn itself to a lingering death because of a failure to understand the value of art to its residents. Any board members of a collection similarly owned by a state body rather than an independent trust should put their institution on a self-determining footing without delay lest the moneygrubbers come for their art.As Tom Campbell, director of New York’s Metropolitan Museum, , “Even in the darkest days of New York City’s fiscal crisis of 1975, and the national economic meltdown of 2008, the cultural treasures closely identified with our own city were never on the table — never considered an asset that might be cashed-in during a crunch to bridge a negative balance sheet.”Selling the Brooklyn Bridge to a gullible visitor is a standard gag among worldly wise New Yorkers. But if Detroit starts a trend, Central Park and Grant’s Tomb may find themselves under the hammer.Anyone want to buy the Statue of Liberty?Nicholas Wapshott is the author of?. Read extracts?.PHOTO (Insert A): Detroit Industry, corner view1932-33, fresco. Detroit Institute of ArtsPHOTO (Insert B): The Window, Henri Matisse, 1916, oil on canvas. Detroit Institute of ArtsBy Richard ReadIf you have plans to sell your current ride anytime soon, we have good news and great news.The good news is that your used car isn’t depreciating very much, and it’s not likely to do so for the next couple of years. That prediction comes from the National Automobile Dealers Association, which says that used cars are likely to retain a good portion of their value through at least 2014. As an example, NADA gives the example of a used car worth $12,000. Over 2012, that vehicle is likely to depreciate by about 15.7%, or $1,884. In 2014, that same $12,000 used vehicle would likely slip $1,992 in value, which isn’t much more.What’s more: NADA’s depreciation figures are just averages. Certain types of cars — namely, and smaller fuel-efficient models — may hold their value far better. The great news? This means that you should have many more options when it comes to replacing your ride. As we mentioned , low depreciation rates mean that the price difference between new cars and used cars can be pretty slim — especially when dealer incentives are taken into consideration. So, for example, instead of trading in your used car for another used model, you might be able to score a brand-new car for about the same price.Why are cars retaining their valuesAs we’ve discussed several times before, today’s used car values are high for a number of reasons. Chief among them:1. Car sales bottomed out during the Great Recession. Fewer cars were made during that time, and fewer were bought, too. That has put a dent in the availability of used models, and as we all remember from Economics 101, when supply is reduced and demand stays constant, prices edge higher.2. Although the economy is still shaky, the recession is over, and car sales are on the rise. However, NADA points out that automakers aren’t overproducing vehicles like they did before the crash. That limits the inventory of new cars, which boosts new-car values and also trickles over to keep used cars from depreciating too much. . That’s not just because of economic concerns, it’s also because cars are made better than they once were. Ultimately, that decreases the availability of used cars, causing their value to rise.Are you looking to trade in your current vehicle soon? Will you replace it with a new or used model? This story originally appeared at 2012 All rights reserved.NORMAN, Oklahoma -Despite the heat, Saturday’s benefit concert was a sellout, with more than 65,000 people traveling far and wide to be in Norman to celebrate the Oklahoma resolve. The list of entertainers was a “who’s who” of country music superstars, all invited to perform by Moore native Toby Keith. Keith organized the event to give back to his tornado-ravaged hometown and other communities affected by this spring’s devastation.The star-studded concert took place at Memorial Stadium on the campus of the University of Oklahoma and kicked off with Keith’s daughter, Krystal Keith, singing the national anthem. Several bands, including Opry veteran Mel Tillis and gang, performed before giving way to one of the most anticipated performances in almost two decades.And from the way the crowd reacted, it was well worth the wait.Oklahoman Garth Brooks, who retired from touring until his daughters are all out of high school, flew in between his Las Vegas stint to perform live in his home state for the first time since 1997. He strutted around on stage for about an hour and sang smash hits like “Friends in Low Places,” “Papa Loved Mama,” “The Thunder Rolls,” “Callin’ Baton Rouge” and “Two of a Kind, Workin’ on a Full House.” Brooks, who lives in Owasso, was joined by wife Trisha Yearwood for a duet on the ballad “In Another’s Eyes.” Yearwood also performed a few of her own solo hits, and classic country stars like Willie Nelson and John Anderson brought down the house.Many of the performers with Oklahoma ties wanted to give back to the areas hit hard by the deadly May tor

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    sonu prajapati:

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    Dear Sir,

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    pinky bhatt:

    sir i m pinky bhatt. i m 25 year old. ind i know that how can i know about the delhi police { CBI}. sir i want to join this department. sir pls reply me. its my desire. pls

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    rechal singh:

    hello sir/ma’am.
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    shama khan:

    how to apply to delhi police

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    Dinesh Kumar Singh:

    sir please tell me sub inspector entrance date 2012

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    sagar mishra:

    please sir tell me what is the date of 2012 sub inspector and head constable application forms were distribution
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    karan bhalla:

    mine height and body structure is same as prescribed but mine eye sight is weak i have farsightnes of 2.75 for both eyes so can i be eligible for sub constable in delhi police

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    hello sir, i m in b.a 3rd year i want to become a sub inspector plz tell me what qualification is required. plz tell me when form in opened in 2012. thank you

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    Rahul Sareen:

    My date of birth is 19 october 1986 as per the date my age is 25 years and 5 months . Can i apply for the post of sub inspector in delhi police

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    Respected Sir,

    plz inform me sub inspector’s form in opened 2012. I am intersted to job in delhi police.

    My name is Neelam.

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    Monika Malik:

    sir i want to know that i am in second year when i will be in final year can i also apply for this si post i mean before finishing my ba

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    good afternoon sir i am monika, i am studying in 2nd year ba. i want to know that when will be come si form. plz.and when i will be in final year can i also apply before finishing my ba.

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    plz tell me sup inspector application form when issused 2012

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    without one testis can we are elligiable for which post…
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    sir please tell 2012 k form kab tak aayega.

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    manish singh:

    dear sir,
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    i read in b.s.c 1st year.
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    mahatab ahamad:

    dear sir
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    plz tell me.sub inspector k form kab tak aayenge 2012 k liye….

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    Dear sir,
    Please inform me that from of Sub-Inspectore when opened.

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    daljeet kaur:

    dear sir,
    please inform me that form of sub-inspector when opened?

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    daljeet kaur:

    how to apply for joining Delhi police

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    what is the physical qualification for female SI in BC caste?

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    plz inform me .sub inspector ke form kab aayege 2012 ke….

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    What demand graduation percentage for S.I entrance examination apply,

    Current :- I read in 2nd year

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    plz inform me .sub inspector ke form kab aayege 2012 ke
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  36. 251

    hello my respected,
    i want to know that is candidate of 165 cm height is eligible for the post of sub-inspector in delhi police

  37. 250

    hello sir,
    i’m seema from haryana. sir pls tell me process of physical.

  38. 249
    mahesh kumar:

    I am planning to apply fo the Andhra Pradesh Sub Inspector post.but i am not getting how to prepare for the written test.let me know the examination syllabus on SI post.
    please guide me how to prepare..

  39. 248

    I am planning to apply fo the Andhra Pradesh Sub Inspector post.but i am not getting how to prepare for the written test.let me know the examination syllabus on SI post.
    please guide me how to prepare..


  40. 247

    sir,i want to be S.I .am doing first year and can i apply for this post tell information about this post

  41. 246


  42. 245

    hello sir, i am serving in cisf from 2003 to till date. sir i wants to become in d/p as a sub. insp. can i apply this?

  43. 244
    gaurav kumar:

    hi. sir i m gaurav i want to become a S.I. in d/p i m in second year student in hotel management course can i apply for this post pls sir tell all about information for this post.

  44. 243

    height minimum avvalavu vandum

  45. 242

    Hello sir i m jitin i m frm chhindwara i am looking for a job as s.i i am pursuing graduation 2nd year am i capable for this post plz let me know soon thnx….

  46. 241
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  48. 239

    hello and good evening sir/mam.
    my self is neha nishad
    now a days i m working as a actress. nd i want to come in delhi police… i did ncc
    i m student my height is 5′4”
    neha nishad

  49. 238

    please tell me i did degree and my height 1.68 cms chest 95cms and my eye sight -2.75 am i eligible foe subinspector of police

  50. 237

    dear sir, please tell me which date s.i. Requerment coming

  51. 236


  52. 235
    rohit rathi:

    dear sir, i want destroy all curruption from india.

  53. 234
    Deepak bhardwaj:

    I want to join delhi police service as a position of S.I. I have completed my graduation.when there would be vacancies open for DPSI,pls inform me.

  54. 233
    manpreet kaur:

    when will be the recruitment of sub inspector in delhi police will be out of 2011 for female

  55. 232


  56. 231
    pramod kumar:

    hi…….. sir am great.

  57. 230
    pramod kumar:

    hello…….. sir i am great.

  58. 229

    sir, i did= not receive acknweldgement till now want to know d status pls inform me d exm date also

  59. 228

    i have complied 12 degree and i am join a school n cc camp i would
    like to police department Specialy s i selection when they callfer?
    pls infome my mobile no 9999756665

  60. 227

    I have complited BSc degree. I would like to apply police department., Specialy SI Selection.When they callfer?

  61. 226

    Dear sir,
    when will exam of s.i. in future…. and other exam of police plz inform me,,,,,

  62. 225
    Yatinder Goswami:

    hello Team,
    My self Yatinder Goswami. I want to know that. what documents will required to appled the job of S.I.
    ID:- [email protected]
    mobile no:- 91 9958607703

  63. 224
    bhupendra singh:

    how can i make s s p in delhi police pattern &exam and recruitment

  64. 223

    How can i know that their is form out for Delhi Police. i woild like to join Delhi police i m 23 years old now. plese tell me and i may know hoe to join the delhi police

  65. 222

    when will be the next recrutment for sub inspector female in delhi police and constable for male. ple give tentative schedule

  66. 221
    Gagan chandel:

    Hello,sir i am graduate from delhi university and my age is 28 years,i want to knw that can i apply for delhi police s.i. i belong to S.C. catagory and plz tell me the exam pattern also…thank you ..

  67. 220
    Jyoti Manav:

    Dear sir/madam,
    Please tell me. Female delhi police kab nikal rahe hai. I request you. Please tell me . Please

  68. 219
    shahrukh khan:

    how will i send ordinary post

  69. 218
    sachin kumar:

    I Kindly inform you this, That I am so much desperate to doing this job because I want to commit my life and honesty to the citizen of my city,state and country.If,I am eligible for this job Please kindly inform me as soon as possible.Here is my contact number 7503811091.

  70. 217

    What is the next date of sub inspector exam

  71. 216

    Sir ,
    For sons of delhi police there any relaxation in height for sub inspector post in delhi police

  72. 215
    [email protected]:

    sir i am hotel manegment 6th semster student,sir can i eligible for this job ? my email id [email protected] sir please give me reply. i am waiting

  73. 214

    i am toshmani bhardwaj .sir i want to know that delhi police si ki vacancy kab nikal rhi h.pz tll me. my id h.([email protected]).

  74. 213
    Bhupinder kumar:

    Sir i am 7th semester student. sir can i eligible for this job?
    My email id is
    [email protected]
    sir please give me reply..i am waiting

  75. 212

    in which date vecanacy are availabel for sub inspector post

  76. 211
    vikas sharma:

    sir i am b tech 7th semester student. sir can i eligible for this job? please reply me iam waiting????

  77. 210
    raj bahadur singh:

    sir dehli police si ka form kab a raha he

  78. 209
    Rajveer singh:

    i worried about the this vacency.
    i want to know about dehli police sub inspecter 2011.
    Thank you sirji. :
    my Email id is
    [email protected]

  79. 208
    praveen kumar jha:

    hello sir

    i wanted to know that when will we get the application form in the market for the post of sub inspector delhi police?

    thank you sir

  80. 207
    Neetu Rana:

    plz inform me .sub inspector ke form kab aayege 2011 ke

  81. 206
    sher singh:

    plz tell me the website of s. i. results 2011

  82. 205
    Himansu Chaudhary:

    What will be media ( Language) of examination English or Hindi or Both in one paper. Please reply as soon as possible.

  83. 204

    helpbook for the prepration of sub inspector post and
    or konse year me sub inspector ke vaccancy niklege sir or sir help book ke nam be btana sir

  84. 203
    sonu sharma:

    sir please tell me exam date.immedetly.

  85. 202
    Salim khan:

    My name is Salim khan and belong from bihar.i did my BBA from ITS ghaziabad,and i want join Delhi police as sub inspector, so i want know when the recruitment of the exam will held in 2011. so please sent the all information on my mail.

  86. 201

    Sir give all details of SI recruitment and exam course details

  87. 200
    Richa Sharma:

    Sub - Inspector (Male/Female, Delhi Police, Please tell me the Examination Date.

  88. 199

    Dear Sir/Mam

    My name is Sarvesh Sharma and belong from Kanpur. I am B.A graduate in 2010, and i want to join in Delhi police as a sub inspector. So i want to know when the recruitment of the exam will held in 2011? So please sent information on my mail.


  89. 198
    Amit Kumar:

    Thank you for providing this type of convenience for us to ask the question.
    i want to ask that when you will release the vacancy for delhi police sub-inspector in 2011.last year i did not received my admit card so this year i am very conscious about this vacancy.delhi police(SI)is my dream job and i am requesting to you please inform/give me all the information on my mail and my cellphone if it is possible.i will be very greatful to you.
    Thank you very much.
    Amit Kumar
    Contact No. +91 9818078140.

  90. 197
    sawan Ranchi:

    when recruitment in SI delhi polish will be taken. plz try to inform me on this emailid [email protected]. I am too interested 4 this job.

  91. 196
    hema arya:

    when vecancy are open ?
    plese reply thanku

  92. 195
    sudesh kumar:

    whan vecacy are open ?
    plese reply thankuu

  93. 194
    deepak kumar:

    I should questionbank of delhipolice sub-inspector.

  94. 193
    vijay chauhan:

    good morning sir,
    this is vijay chauhan belongs from meerut sir this is mr request please send me ques. paper of last 5 years on my same email id [email protected]……..

  95. 192

    plz inform me .sub inspector ke form kab aayege 2011 ke.

  96. 191


  97. 190
    Ashish kumar:

    please send me previous year question paper of delhi police sub insp 2008, 2009, 2010.

  98. 189

    Good noon sir,
    i had finished my diplamo degree and going to join BE after finishing my BE i want to apply for sub inspector of police so please send me the procedures and all to join

  99. 188
    abhay singh:

    When, S.I. recruitment will come in Delhi police? Please tell me.

  100. 187

    sir where i will get the application form for delhi sub inspectors entrance exam for 20011?

  101. 186
    pardeep kumar:

    sir where i will get the application form for sub inspectors entrance exam for 2011 ????

  102. 185

    I am a comerce graduate. And i want to join in delhi police as a sub inspector. So i want to know when the recruitment of that exam will held in 2011? so sir please send information on my mail.

  103. 184

    what is the persentage required

  104. 183

    from where i will get the form…..?

  105. 182
    vivek thakur:

    plese tell me,
    when SI(up & delhi)police form will be release for join.and what will be requirement(age,qualification,physical)and what will be exam pattern.

  106. 181
    Sandeep kumar:

    I want to know when time comeout constable posts of delhi police

  107. 180
    Shakir Saifi:

    SIr, When SI form will be release for joining

  108. 179


    SUB INSPECTOR ki exam ka pattern & sallaybus kya hai ?

    and exam kab tak hogi ?

    plz tell me my mail id ([email protected])

  109. 178

    hello sir,

    SUB INSPECTOR ki exam ka pattern kya hoga ? & exam kab tak hogi .

    plz sir tell me my email id([email protected])

  110. 177


  111. 176

    Please tell me when Delhi police Sub Inspector Female form will released

  112. 175

    hiiiiiiiiiiiii infor masian

  113. 174

    any info in police are update in day’s…,.,….

  114. 173

    v r d 2011 application forms will be released,,,, please do reply me as soon as possible

  115. 172
    Ashwani Singh:

    Hello Sir,

    Please tell me about Delhi Sub Inspacter vacancies, please tell me and mail my id, my id is ([email protected])

  116. 171

    I am a science graduate. And i want to join in delhi police as a sub inspector. So i want to know when the recruitment of that exam will held in 2011?

  117. 170

    tell me abut sub inspector 2011

  118. 169
    mukul kumar:

    plz tell me about delhi police sub inspacter vacancies

  119. 168

    2011 ki sub inspecter ki post ke liye form kab issue honge aur form submission ki last date kya hai aur written exam ki date aur syllubus kya hai.


  120. 167
    shahbaz khan:

    respected sir,
    2011 ki sub inspecter ki post ke liye form kab issue kiye jayenge aur form submission ke liye last date kya hai.aur written exam ka kya syllabus hai.


  121. 166
    hav mohanlal:

    i am army personal and retired after 26 yrs in army and retired on 31 mar 2010. pl tellme what is the age for ex serviceman to entry in police as a sub inspector or constable and what is physical measurement with relaxation in physical request reply please. what is the dt of sub inspector form

  122. 165
    ranjot singh:


    when will be the next vaccancies come for sub-inspector in delhi police please tell me.


  123. 164
    neeraj attri:

    dear sir i m purusing B.A final year but i want joint the delhi police sub inspector what can i m apply please concern me on my email id . thanks

  124. 163

    Dear Sir/Mam

    This is SIMON and my question is, i want to know the next head constable and sub inspector exam and when that held on the next year in 2011.

    sir i also want to know one thing that i am a B.A student and my final year result has cleared but some papers are not completed as ER in exams so i want to know also that can apply for the post of head constable and sub-inspector in delhi police, if possible please concern me on my email id that i have given to you.


  125. 162

    Dear Sir/Mam

    This is manish and my question is, i want to know the next head constable and sub inspector exam and when that held on the next year in 2011.

    sir i also want to know one thing that i am a B.A student and my final year result has cleared but some papers are not completed as ER in exams so i want to know also that can apply for the post of head constable and sub-inspector in delhi police, if possible please concern me on my email id that i have given to you.


  126. 161
    Sandeep Singh:

    when will be the next vaccancies come for sub-inspector in delhi police please tell me.
    i mean is there any hope for that post will be filled by delhi police in 2011

  127. 160

    Plz tell me the procedure of recruit of a sub inspector.

  128. 159
    sundar kalyan:

    when we applying shall we take and demand draft..

  129. 158

    sir when the next vacancies come for SI PLEASE send the date for my email ID PLEASE SIR

  130. 157
    Apoorv singh chouhan:

    mein abhi bba final year mein hoon mera snantran nahi hua hai kya mein ye bharti bhar sakta hoon….

  131. 156
    Devendra Singh:

    sub Inspecter ki post kab-kab open hoti hai in a year

  132. 155

    plz tell me the examination date on 2011

  133. 154

    i want to ask that what will be the physical requirment for delhi police inspector and can married girl apply this form or not?

  134. 153

    requesting sir next selection date detailed for given i am anbu sir degree od please tellme the date. thank you.

  135. 152

    sir, i want to know, about the head constable post in delhi police

    * Sir, my name is Harish Kumar S/o Dharam singh my address is ( RZ - 44 Baba hari dash nagar Near Bus Stand Najafgarh New Delhi - 110043 ) i want to Known, My Registration Number

    * Please send me quick

  136. 151
    ravi kaushik:

    sir, i want to know, about the sub inspector post in Delhi police
    * what are the physical compulsion and race(time limit and distance)
    * study material for written test and the syllabus.
    * date of recruitments and application form.

  137. 150

    when the next vacanies come for si please tell me

  138. 149

    how much hieght his will be select in sub-inspector
    and how much qualification

  139. 148
    satender malik:

    sir i am in hayana police as constable posted in distt rohtak. sir i want to join delhi police what are the
    condititons to join delhi police.

  140. 147

    i want next date for police bharati

  141. 146
    martand singh gaur:

    sir i want give sub inspector exam. so please give me wright direction. that time i am pursuing mba in indore(m.p.)and this is first time i want to give the exam

  142. 145

    Dear Sir,

    Please provde the physcial schedule of Head constable Ministrial ASAP on my personal Mail.
    MY Mail is [email protected]

  143. 144

    what should i study for sub-inspector/wireless-police-operator post’s examination???
    and in which month this forms are available???

  144. 143
    amit meena:

    sir tell me exam date

  145. 142
    Pranav Mishra:

    kindlly let me know that will delhi police sub inspector exam is going to be conducted further.else this year was last recruitment.There is huge rumor that no more exams are going to be conducted.

    pls let me know ASAP.

  146. 141


  147. 140
    s kiran kumar reddy:

    respected sir/madam
    im kiran!send me some model papaers of previous sub inspecter of police exams,,i hope u will send to my email id……….
    thanking you sir,

  148. 139
    nitin kumar:

    sir, please tell me exam date delhi si 2010

  149. 138

    sir tell me qualifaction of si and please tell me pattern of exam

  150. 137

    Diploma course will be complete so we have apply to sub inspector correct or not

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