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CRPF Recruitment 2022: Golden opportunity to get job in CRPF without examination, salary will be 75000, know others details here

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CRPF Recruitment 2022: Golden opportunity to get job in CRPF without examination, salary will be 75000, know others details here

CRPF Recruitment 2022: Before applying, candidates must read all these important things carefully. Under this recruitment process, candidates can get jobs in CRPF.

CRPF Recruitment 2022: There is good news for the youth who are looking for jobs in the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF). For this, CRPF has sought applications to fill the posts of Deputy Commandants (DC) (CRPF Recruitment 2022). Interested and eligible candidates who want to apply for these posts (CRPF Recruitment 2022) can apply by visiting the official website of CRPF, crpf.gov.in. The application process for these posts (CRPF Recruitment 2022) has started.

Apart from this, candidates can also directly apply for these posts (CRPF Recruitment 2022) by clicking on this link . Also, you can also see the official notification (CRPF Recruitment 2022) through this link . Under this recruitment (CRPF Recruitment 2022) process, walk-in interview will be conducted for a total of 11 posts.

Important Dates for CRPF Recruitment 2022

DIGP, GC, CRPF, Jharoda Kalan, New Delhi – 19 May and 20 May 2022 from 9 am to 6 pm

DIGP, GC, CRPF, Guwahati, Assam – 25 May and 26 May 2022 from 9 am to 6 pm

DIGP, GC, CRPF, Hyderabad, Telangana – 01 June to 02 June 9 AM to 6 PM

Vacancy Details for CRPF Recruitment 2022

Total No. of Posts- 11

Eligibility Criteria for CRPF Recruitment 2022

M.Tech / ME degree in Civil Engineering from a recognized University with minimum 5 years experience in planning, construction and maintenance of buildings, preparation of BOQs, contract documents / NITs etc.

Age Limit for CRPF Recruitment 2022

Candidates age should be 45 years.

Salary for CRPF Recruitment 2022

Candidates will get Rs. 75000/- will be given.

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Yoán Moncada comes through again as the Chicago White Sox rally to beat the Houston Astros 4-3: ‘Huge series against a great team’

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Yoán Moncada Comes Through Again As The Chicago White Sox Rally To Beat The Houston Astros 4-3: ‘Huge Series Against A Great Team’

Yoán Moncada stepped out of the box after time was called in the eighth inning against the Houston Astros.

Tuesday’s game at Guaranteed Rate Field was tied and the go-ahead run was in scoring position.

The Chicago White Sox third baseman had been in a similar situation before. One night earlier, to be exact.

“I went there just trying to make contact with the ball, trying to have a good pitch to swing at and to have contact,” Moncada said through an interpreter.

For the second consecutive game, Moncada came through with a single to center. Pinch runner Adam Engel scored from third to give the Sox the lead in a 4-3 victory in front of 23,476.

“To be able to come through in those situations is special,” Moncada said. “Those are the situations where the game is on the line, and being able to produce there definitely makes you feel good.”

The Sox pulled off an impressive comeback win against the reigning American League champions for the second straight night to extend their winning streak to five. They remain tied for second in the AL Central with the Minnesota Twins, but both teams moved within one game of the first-place Cleveland Guardians.

The Sox won 4-2 on Monday as Moncada broke a 2-all tie with a two-out, two-run single to center in the eighth on the first pitch of his at-bat against Rafael Montero.

Tuesday, he took a ball against Héctor Neris and, after the brief pause, hit the second pitch into center to bring home Engel.

“That brings out the best in him,” Sox manager Tony La Russa said. “He’s great in that situation.”

Tuesday’s game began with the buzz of two AL Cy Young Award candidates starting in the Sox’s Dylan Cease and the Astros’ Justin Verlander.

Cease allowed three runs on six hits with four strikeouts and three walks in five innings.

“It wasn’t my sharpest outing, but it was close enough to keep us in it and then everyone else picked me up,” Cease said.

It’s the first time he allowed at least two earned runs in a start since May 24, when he gave up seven against the Boston Red Sox. Tuesday’s start ended a record stretch of 14 in a row in which he allowed one earned run or none.

“He wasn’t sharp, but if he doesn’t compete like he did, the comeback is not possible against Verlander,” La Russa said. “It’s a different kind of pat on the back. Five innings, he gutted it out.”

The Sox trailed 3-1 in the seventh when Gavin Sheets pinch-hit for Lenyn Sosa with runners on first and second and one out.

Sheets smacked a double to right. Josh Harrison and Seby Zavala scored to tie the game.

Sheets said he was thinking “get (Verlander) in the zone.”

“The main thing, first and second I want to get the ball in the air,” Sheets said. “I didn’t want to hit something on the ground and get a double play. I figured that was his main goal right there to get me on the ground. He went to the breaking ball and my main thought was get something in the air and get something in the strike zone.

“I was able to do that and I was just hoping Seby was going to score.”

Verlander allowed three runs on eight hits with four strikeouts and a walk in seven innings.

The Sox got to the Astros bullpen again, and Liam Hendriks pitched a perfect ninth for his fourth save in five games and his 27th of the season.

Sheets said the last couple of victories show the Sox have “a lot of fight.”

“We are a good team, that’s the biggest thing,” he said. “Everybody in here believes and knows it. We can feel the crowd support. We can feel the energy and it’s exciting.”

The Sox are a season-high five games over .500 and playing some of their best baseball at a crucial time.

“Every win is important,” Sheets said. “But it’s the time of the season where it’s the push, the sprint. The season is a marathon, but at this point it’s a sprint to the finals, to the playoffs. We are going to do everything we can.

“This is a huge series against a great team. We are going to focus one day at a time.”

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Tracy Hancock, Colorado native and Olympic wrestler, among WWE’s latest recruiting classes

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Tracy Hancock, Colorado Native And Olympic Wrestler, Among Wwe'S Latest Recruiting Classes

A Colorado native and member of the US Olympic wrestling team is looking to translate his talents into the squared circle.

Tracy Hancock, who competed in the men’s Greco-Roman event in the 97-kilogram weight class in Tokyo, is among 17 aspiring wrestling rookies announced Tuesday who will join the WWE Performance Center.

RELATED: G’Angelo Hancock’s meteoric rise to stardom in Greco-Roman wrestling makes the Fountain native a gold medal contender at the Tokyo Olympics.

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UK to compensate people infected through tainted blood transfusions

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Uk To Compensate People Infected Through Tainted Blood Transfusions

Around 2,400 people have died after being infected with tainted blood. (Representative)

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Thousands of people in Britain infected with HIV and hepatitis C through tainted blood transfusions will receive compensation decades after the scandal, the British government announced on Wednesday.

The £100,000 ($121,000) payment to each victim is interim after Brian Langstaff, the chairman of a public inquiry into the long-running scandal, last month recommended making immediate payments before waiting conclusion of an ongoing investigation.

The former High Court judge said ‘the moral justification for compensation is beyond doubt’.

The government said tax-free payments to survivors of the scandal and bereaved partners among the thousands believed to have died from tainted blood would be made by the end of October.

Thousands of people with hemophilia contracted hepatitis C and HIV after receiving blood transfusions, mostly from the United States, through the state’s National Health Service (NHS) in the 1970s. 1980 and 1990.

Due to a shortage of blood products in Britain, the NHS purchased much of its stock from US suppliers whose donors, including prisoners and other groups at high risk of infection, had been paid for their blood.

An estimated 2,400 patients died after being infected with contaminated blood products in the 1970s and 1980s.

A previous inquiry concluded in 2009 found ministers should have acted sooner to make Britain’s blood supplies more self-sufficient to reduce reliance on imports.

He also called for compensation for those affected.

A 2017 High Court ruling allowed victims and their families to seek damages through the UK court system.

In a statement, Prime Minister Boris Johnson acknowledged that “nothing can compensate for the pain and suffering endured by those affected by this tragic injustice”.

But he added that the government was ‘taking action to give rights to victims and those who have tragically lost their partners by ensuring they receive these interim payments as soon as possible’.

However, campaigners said the announcement failed to acknowledge most of the family members affected by the scandal, who will be deprived of this round of interim payments.

When the public inquiry concludes next year, it is expected to make final recommendations on compensation for this wider group of people, including bereaved parents and children of victims.

(Except for the title, this story has not been edited by NDTV staff and is published from a syndicated feed.)

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Pennsylvania hummingbird rattles the doorbell camera

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A Pennsylvania hummingbird made a surprise appearance on a doorbell camera. The curious bird can be seen buzzing in the frame and then heading straight for the camera (watch the video above). The camera’s microphone captured the rapid buzz of the bird’s wings. WGAL viewer Kelly Kauffman shared the video with WGAL on uLocal, saying the bird is “one of the cutest visitors I’ve had on my doorstep.” We have to agree! Join Our Facebook GroupuLocal Central Pennsylvania is a place where you can enjoy compelling and interesting photography and video of the Susquehanna Valley. Whether you want to share your photos and videos or just enjoy some of the amazing photographs your friends and neighbors share, our new Facebook group is a place to breathe and experience the unique place where we live and work. Click through the slideshow below below to enjoy more beautiful uLocal photography. If you’re not on Facebook, you can also share photos with us via uLocal here.

A Pennsylvania hummingbird made a surprise appearance on a doorbell camera.

The curious bird can be seen buzzing in the frame and then heading straight for the camera (watch the video above). The camera’s microphone captured the vivid buzz of the bird’s wings.

WGAL viewer Kelly Kauffman shared the video with WGAL on uLocal, saying the bird is “one of the cutest visitors I’ve had on my doorstep.”

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uLocal Central Pennsylvania is a place where you can enjoy captivating and interesting photography and video of the Susquehanna Valley.

Whether you want to share your photos and videos or just enjoy the incredible photographs your friends and neighbors share, our new Facebook group is a place to breathe and experience the unique place where we live and work.

Click through the slideshow below to enjoy more beautiful uLocal photographs.

If you’re not on Facebook, you can also share photos with us via uLocal here.

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China’s housing crisis continues to brew in Beijing’s weak tea

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China'S Housing Crisis Continues To Brew In Beijing'S Weak Tea

China’s housing crisis has already eaten away at the country’s most notorious developers, especially Evergrande– which has defaulted on several bonds and is struggling to complete apartments for buyers who have already paid.

But the sales slump now threatens to drag down the industry’s good boys as well. Stocks and bonds of Chinese property developers rallied on Tuesday following media reports that the government will underwrite new bond issues from some healthier private developers. Shares of the companies mentioned surged: longfor 12% and country garden 9%.

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Britney Spears’ first husband Jason Alexander under Napa County arrest on 2016 warrant

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Britney Spears' First Husband Jason Alexander Under Napa County Arrest On 2016 Warrant

NAPA, Calif. (KGO) — Pop icon Britney Spears’ first husband has been arrested in Napa County.

Jason Alexander, 40, was arrested on Tuesday on a warrant issued in 2016.

He faces two felony charges, one for grand theft and one for purchasing or receiving stolen property.

Bail was set at $20,000.

Alexander is to be arrested on Wednesday.

He was married to Spears for less than three days in 2004 before an annulment.

Alexander was transferred to Napa County after serving time in Southern California for crashing Spears’ last wedding in June.

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