Borabanda wine shops to remain shut for two days

Published: 15th March 2013 08:18 AM  |   Last Updated: 15th March 2013 08:18 AM   |  A+A-

Hyderabad police commissioner Anurag Sharma on Thursday issued orders that the IML wine shops, bars attached to restaurants and military canteen situated within the limits Jubilee Hills and SR Nagar police stations remain closed from 5 pm on March 15 to 5 pm on March 17 in connection with GHMC casual elections in Borabanda, in the interest of public peace and tranquillity.

Coaching camp for police PET

Hyderabad city police, with the support of GHMC, is organising pre-police recruitment training programme at Falaknuma Junior College from March 15 at 6 am. The programme would conclude on March 31.

In this camp, candidates will be given training with respective to holding breath, regrinding chest expansion, techniques in high jump and long jump, shot-put by the PETs and sports persons of GHMC.

Qualified candidates of south zone in 5 Km for Stipendiary Cadet trainee police constables (SCTPCs) are requested to take training / coaching from this camp for forthcoming Physical Efficiency Test from April 1.

The coaching for qualified women candidates will be given at Goshamahal Police Stadium. Candidates may contact Shekar, SI of Police, Chatrinaka Police Station at 7382296625 and RI Sreenu at 9490616114.

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