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NO LONGER ‘J&K POLICE’, POLICE FORCE IN LADAKH TO NOW BE KNOWN AS LADAKH POLICE

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Even after the abolition of Article 370 and reorganization of the then state of Jammu and Kashmir, police in Ladakh had been using its old organisational name as ‘J&K Police’ at all places
Erstwhile known as J&K police, police force in the Union Territory of Ladkah will be henceforth called LADAKH POLICE. An order regarding the change in nomenclature was issued by Inspector General of Police, Ladakh, SS. Khandare, on Saturday
“Wherever organisational name ‘J&K Police’’ is written on any sign boards, police vehicles, letter heads, office stationary, seals and other official items of UT Police should be replaced by the word “LADAKH POLICE’’ in capital letters henceforth’’, the order read.
“No police officer/official shall put on president police collar insignia of J&K Police on uniform,’’ the order further read, adding it has the approval of the competent authority.
Even after the abolition of Article 370 and reorganization of the then state of Jammu and Kashmir into two Union Territories of Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh, police in Ladakh had been using its old organisational name as ‘J&K Police’ at all places.
On October 31 last year, Jammu and Kashmir was officially bifurcated into the two union territories, marking the beginning of the functioning of the two UTs at a bureaucratic level. On August 5 the same year, the Jammu and Kashmir Reorganization Bill was passed by the Parliament and subsequently became and Act.

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Maruti Suzuki launched vehicle lease subscription service.

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  • Maruti and Orix Auto ties up offer vehicle lease subscription service.
  • Maruti will initially start this pilot project only in Gurugram and Bengaluru.

Maruti Suzuki India has launched a vehicle lease subscription service for individual customers, christened as Maruti Suzuki Subscribe. The company has tied up with Orix Auto Infrastructure Services to launch the service for the Indian market.

Through this service, Maruti Suzuki would offer cars for subscription as a pilot project in Gurugram and Bengaluru. Models available under the subscription service will be initially limited to the Maruti Suzuki Swift, Dzire, Vitara Brezza and Ertiga from the Arena channel. Under the Nexa channel, the brand will offer models such as the Baleno, Ciaz and XL6 for subscription based services.

Customers can choose subscription for a period of 24 months, 36 months or 48 months under the program. The payment will include usage of the vehicle, maintenance and other common services related to the vehicle ownership. The subscription charges cover annual usage of 18,000kms. Beyond this limit, customers will be charged Rs 7/km excluding taxes.

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