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Dhirendra Singh is an Indian politician and a member of the Seventeenth Legislative Assembly of Uttar Pradesh. He represents the Jewar of Uttar Pradesh and is a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party.
Police seek remand of Ballia shooting main accused Dhirendra Singh
Police here on Tuesday filed a plea before District Court, seeking remand of main accused Dhirendra Singh in the Ballia shooting incident. ...
Ballia accused sent to judicial custody
Ballia (Uttar Pradesh), Oct 19 Dhirendra Singh, the main accused in the Ballia incident in which a person ... ...
Ballia firing incident: Main accused Dhirendra Singh carrying reward of Rs 50,000 arrested
The main accused of Ballia firing incident, Dhirendra Singh who was carrying a reward of Rs 50,000 was arrested by Uttar Pradesh Police Special Task Force (STF) from Polytechnic Crossing in Ghazipur, Lucknow, said Prashant Kumar, ADG (Law and Order), ...
UP STF arrests main accused in Ballia firing case
The Uttar Pradesh Special Task Force (STF)on Sunday arrested the main accused Dhirendra Singh from Lucknow in connection with the Ballia firing case. ...
BJP MLA defends Ballia firing accused
Ballia (Uttar Pradesh), Oct 16 In an unexpected turn of events, BJP MLA from Ballia, Surendra Singh, has come ... ...
Raised an alarm but to no avail, Aurangabad train mishap eyewitness narrates nightmare
Recalling the nightmare, an eyewitness of Aurangabad train mishap told that he raised an alarm, in order to save the other migrant workers who were on tracks, but to no avail. The chilling incident has claimed the lives of 16 migrant labourers. ...
Juice maker hijacks board meet, keeps independent directors out ( Exclusive)
On September 12 adding fuel to the fire in the ongoing dirty tricks saga at the ManPasand Beverages board room battle, three independent directors Jitendra Divare, Uday Kamath and Bipin Rathod have revolted against the yoke of the promoter intensifyi ...
Manpasand MD, directors have 'heated argument' in board meet
Manpasand Beverages informed the exchanges about a rather peculiar board meet that took place on September 6. ...