BSP expels Hamirpur MP Vijay Bahadur Singh

BSP expelled its Hamirpur MP Vijay Bahadur Singh for praising Narendra Modi over "puppy" remarks. A statement from the party said despite repeated warnings, Singh continued to make statements which were not in sync with party lines and therefore, he was being expelled. Singh, who is a first time MP from BSP, has been denied ticket for the next Lok Sabha elections.  "If he says that he feels bad if a puppy gets crushed under the wheels of his car, then it shows that he is a sensitive and compassionate person. These are my personal views, but his remarks should not be misinterpreted. He is not referring to any community...his remarks are being misinterpreted," Singh had said.
The BSP MP said Modi's statement is "100 percent correct and it is in the interest of the nation. Those who oppose him are doing so for political interests. Those who oppose his remarks are 'rashtra drohis' (anti-nationals)."

Akhilesh to expand UP cabinet today

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav will expand his Cabinet on Thursday, official sources said. "Preparations for Cabinet expansion have started at Raj Bhawan and it will he held Wednesday," a senior official told a news agency. With removal of Raghuraj Pratap Singh alias Raja Bhaiya and Raja Ram Pandey from the Cabinet earlier, four seats are vacant in the Cabinet. There are presently 56 ministers in the Cabinet and the number could go upto 60.
On Wednesday, he dissolved all caste-based cells in the Samajwadi Party  and declared that changes would happen as and when required. “Change is a constant process. We will make changes if necessary- Changes often prove beneficial,” the chief minister told newspersons, adding, “You have come to know about these changes. This is probably why you have asked the question.” He said the cells had been dissolved in accordance with the party constitution.

UP Police 41610 Constable Jobs 2013 Vigyapti, Apply Online, Exam date, Syllabus, Paper Patern

Uttar Pradesh Police Recruitment and Promotion Board (,  Lucknow (UP) invites ONLINE applications from Indian Citizens for 41,610 Post of Police constable in Reserve Police, Police regional Armed Constabulary and Fire Service of Up Police.
Job Post: Police Constable
Total Post: 41610 Post
1. Reserve Police = 35,500 Post
2. Police Regional Armed Constabulary = 4033 Post
3. Fire Service = 2077 Post
Pay Scale: Rs. 5200-20200 + Grade Pay Rs.2000
Age: 18 to 22 years for the Male Candidates & 18-25 yrs for the Female Candidates. Age will be as on 01-07-2013. Relaxation in Age limit will be applied as per govt norms.
Qualification : Candidates if you want to join UP Police then you should be matriculation (class 10th) or equivalent examination pass out.
Selection process : Selections will be done on the basis of performance of Physical Efficiency Test, Health Care Exam and written Test.
How to Apply : Candidates can apply only through Online mode from or official website from 18th July, 2013.
Important Date :
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Last Date for Online Registration : 18th July 2013.
Last Date for Making Payment of Application Fee : 19th August 2013.
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