Women Cops To Drive Vehicles Now

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Deputy commissioner of police Somnath Gharge said that the move has been taken to train 15 women staffers for a period of one month on experimental basis. "It has been observed that one-third of the police force consists of women who carry out all the tasks pertaining to the field efficiently. Women officials are also needed to drive as part of their duty," Gharge said. The women will be tried on light vehicles first and eventually moved to heavier vehicles depending on their performance. The training is scheduled to begin from December 14 and the driver of the police machinery will serve as a trainer followed by procurement of licences. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/aurangabad/Women-cops-to-drive-vehicles-now/articleshow/27256094.cms

Holden angered by media reports it did not submit bid to supply 'blast-proof' vehicles for Australian government VIPs

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It studies the electric vehicles' markets of 12 major countries covering their current market scenarios, sales by type and major players, and provides their future outlook by players. This has helped our analysts to clearly identify and highlight the markets offering maximum opportunity for growth. The study subsequently delves into a detailed description of major electric vehicle manufacturers covering their sales by model coupled with their recent activities. The report includes a strength and weakness analysis of the players to facilitate readers gain a deeper insight into the competitive scenario of the industry. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.marketwatch.com/story/global-electric-vehicles-market-outlook-2020-2013-12-12

''These extraordinary events give every indication the government pursued a vendetta against Holden,'' said opposition industry spokesman Kim Carr. ''What we have here is a proper tender process being run and won, legitimately, by a BAE-GM Holden consortium. Yet suddenly, in the midst of a concerted backgrounding campaign against Holden by senior government ministers, BMW emerges with a contract for this work.'' That claim has been rejected by a spokeswoman for Justice Minister Michael Keenan, who said the tender remained open. Senator Carr described the assertion that Holden was not capable of meeting the standards required as ''patently untrue''. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.smh.com.au/federal-politics/political-news/holden-angered-by-media-reports-it-did-not-submit-bid-to-supply-blastproof-vehicles-for-australian-government-vips-20131212-2zaai.html

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