The government has landed in a soup over the appointment of Shivdeep Lande as Patna city superintendent of police. The notification of the 2009-batch IPS officers appointment came late last week although the governments decision seemed a bit early with Lande ... The Telegraph, 1 week ago
Lande returns to take charge - The Telegraph, 1 week ago
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Shivdeep Waman Rao Lande is gets 300 marriage proposals everdayDaily Bhaskar, 1 week ago REAL LIFE SINGHAM: Heartthrob IPS officer gets 300 marriage proposals every day Daily Bhaskar, 1 week ago
Kenalilah Shivdeep Waman Rao Lande, seorang polis di Patna, India yang menerima lebih 300 sms setiap hari dari peminat wanitanya! Dia telah menjadi hero di mata orang ramai selepas menyelamatkan seorang gadis dari dicabuli oleh tiga lelaki mabuk.MYLAUNCHPAD, 1 week ago
IPS officer Shivdeep Wamanrao Lande, who made headlines for proactive policing and earned the title of 'Dabbang' in the media during his tenure as Patna SP (city) till November 2011, is again back in Patna as SP (city).Times of India, 1 week ago Patna set to watch Dabbang 2 as Lande is back Times of India, 1 week ago
Youth sentenced to 10 years in jail; three others convicted in separate cases Tribune News Service Chandigarh, November 18 The UT District Courts today came down heavily on drug peddlers with four persons being convicted and three sentenced in ...Chandigarh Tribune, 6 days ago
PATNA: The Nitish government's decision to create three posts of City SPs — east, west and central — in 2011 for better policing in Patna, notwithstanding, the state capital as of now has no full-fledged City SP. Traffic SP Prantosh Kumar Das ...Times of India, 1 week ago
Diwali knows no boundary. The pan-India festival goes beyond caste, creed and religion. Tamils in the city celebrated Diwali on Thursday early morning. The Sikhs from Punjab and Marwaris joined the celebrations in their style. Like Hindu kids, their ...Calcutta Telegraph, 1 month ago
Jitender Rana took over as Patna SSP amid reports of administrative mismanagement of the 'Ravanvadh' event at which 33 people died in a stampede. "I promise Patnaites nothing like that will happen again and men in uniform shall do their best to make ...Times of India, 1 month ago
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