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UK tips for IPS

New Delhi, Dec. 30 (PTI): British secret service agents will train over 100 officers of the Indian Police Service for two weeks at Cambridge University, as part of a six-week course conducted by the National Police Academy.

The trainee officers will meet agents from the MI5 and MI6, and two of Britain’s most powerful policemen, England’s chief inspector and the chief officer of Scotland Yard, a release said today.

Jet check-in

Mumbai (PTI): Jet Airways has asked its passengers to report two hours before their flights depart because of increased security measures at airports. The airline said it would continue to close check-in counters 45 minutes before flights depart.        

Slur on Simi

Kochi (PTI): The National Investigation Agency has accused 17 Simi activists of sedition and conspiracy, four years after its officers allegedly found them making inflammatory speeches and distributing seditious material.The activists had sought to “advocate, incite, abet unlawful activities of cessation of Kashmir”, the NIA said.

China award

New Delhi: China’s Premier Wen Jiabao presented the China-India Friendship Award to G. Viswanathan, chancellor of VIT university, on December 15. The university is the first in India to start a Chinese language centre.

Hoax call

Lucknow (PTI): An engineering student allegedly called a police superintendent to make a false claim that bombs had been planted at the Charbagh railway station. The 20-year-old B.Tech student was arrested after the call turned out to be a hoax, police said on Thursday.

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