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Drashti still gets fan mail for Jhalak..

Drashti Dhami is happy with the response and love she is getting from her fans post her win on Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 6....
Source : Webindia123 |
Category : Headlines

I thought of quitting Jhalak..: Drashti Dhami

Television actress Drashti Dhami, who won Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 6, says there was a point when she thought of quitting the show....
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'Govt to make arrangements if Drishti withdraws'

said that the government will make its own arrangements if Drishti special response service pvt ltd, (DSRS) withdraws its lifeguards from the beaches."I don't care if they call back their lifeguards. We will do what we have to do," Parulekar said.He said the government has extended Drishti's contract till October 31 even as the agency had given a notice last month that it will discontinue its services...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Pune

Drishti promises lifeguards better salaries

view of the government's direction to offer better remuneration, Drishti management has decided to hike the monthly salary of lifeguards by 4,000 upon award of the new tender.said that "building on the direction given by the government, Drishti is committed to hike all lifeguards' salaries by Rs 4,000 upon award of the new tender". He added that all lifeguards have been informed accordingly ending...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Panaji

'Tender for lifeguard appointment in 2-3 days'

tourism department is likely to refloat a tender in the next two-three days for appointing an agency to provide lifeguards.Drishti Special Response Services (DSRS) Pvt Ltd, the old service provider whose contract with the department ended in June this year, has been given an extension till October 31. There was speculation that Drishti was likely to withdraw its lifeguards from service from September...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Panaji

Three bids received for lifeguard services tender

tourism department, however, has not fixed any date for opening of the bids. Its five year contract with existing service provider, Drishti lifeguard services ended in June, 2013.Though the tender was floated more than two months back, it has not been able to conclude tendering process in time.Since June, it has twice extended its contract with M/s Drishti and it appears it will have to extend it once...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City

Dal Khalsa blames govt for tarnishing its founder's image

image of its founder Gajinder Singh by placing his name in the list of 20 most wanted persons, Sikh radical organization Dal Khalsa's president H S Dhami said on Monday that the "party mentor will not surrender nor will compromise with the cause and mission". Gajinder had hijacked Delhi-Srinagar flight on September 29, 1981, along with four others, and he had figured in the list carrying names of 20...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Ranchi

Dal Khalsa blames government for tarnishing image of its founder

blaming government for allegedly tarnishing the image of its founder Gajinder Singh by placing his name in the list of 20 most wanted persons, Dal Khalsa, Sikh radical organization's, president HS Dhami said on Monday that "party mentor will not surrender nor will compromise with the cause and mission".    ...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City

Punjab is in grip of drugs and alcoholism : Dhami

Dal Khalsa president H S Dhami today said that Punjab is in an octopus-like grip of drugs and alcoholism and slammed the ruling Shiromani Akali Dal and the opposition Congress for resorting to unhealthy and unprincipled politics on the issue of punishing the drug mafia. Addressing the seminar on the topic of Drug abuse and Our Responsibilities organised by Youth Club of village Harmohye, Mr Dhami...
Source : Webindia123 |
Category : Headlines

First IAF woman to graduate as Flying Instructor

Squadron leader Shalija Dhami will become the first woman from the Indian Air Force (IAF) to qualify as a Flying Instructor from the Flying Instructors' School here on Saturday.Dhami will be among the 44 officers, including 40 from the IAF, three from the Indian Navy and one from the Army, who will graduate from the school, a defence release said here on Thursday.Air Marshal J Chauhan, Air Officer...
Source : Zeenews |
Category : National | City : Chennai