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it’s because he has worked towards this run. “I started preparing for the selection immediately after my Class XII I would run short distances every day and gradually pushed myself to run longer distances For the last two years I have been running almost every day” he says wiping the sweat off his brow and exchanging smiles and pats on the shoulder with a couple of other candidates On June 14 he appeared for the first round of physical tests at the Police Ground in Naigaon and then awaited his turn for the five-kilometre run on June 19 On Thursday he reached the Ghatkopar venue at 330 pm He spent the next two hours warming up with some stretching exercises and spurts of jogging He only stopped to snack on a banana and a pack of biscuits and drank half a litre of water Around 530 pm he stood in queue for the basic medical tests for candidates After last week’s deaths the medical tests have been made mandatory since Wednesday A team of doctors from JJ Hospital checked Sonawane’s blood pressure and examined his chest before declaring him fit for the run Sonawane found himself thanking his stars as he strolled past the handful of candidates who were declared unfit due to high blood pressure and took his place with the other runners When Joint Commissioner of Police (Administration) Vivek Phansalkar addressed the candidates and asked them to keep in mind that there was nothing more valuable than their life and that they shouldn’t strain themselves while complete the run Sonawane said “Yes sir” and the others chimed in The timer was then set and the runners were off Sonawane says he didn’t let last week’s deaths worry him During one of his many casual conversations with police constables they had told him that candidates tend to push themselves too hard during the last half kilometre Sonawane’s technique however is different “It helps to keep a uniform pace throughout the run instead of trying to reserve energy for the final dash My hours of practice helped as well I didn’t feel tired or dehydrated while running There were enough policemen and ambulances along the route but I knew I would not need them I can’t wait to contact my family and tell them that I finished first” says Sonawane The 20-year-old knows he is still one step away from being a police constable “Only the written exam remains now and I am prepared for it I am sure I will fulfil my father’s wishes” he says For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News the last batch of candidates for the day had started its run and everyone is now waiting for them to return.McKinsey has been providing us this service pro bono for 7-8 months. download Indian Express App More Related News experts said that the interest rates on these savings need to be rationalised to reflect the economic shift in wake of declining inflation. financial planner Vishal Dhawan said.had set Friday as the deadline to city Congress unit chief Abhay Chhajed, “Those concerned should remove my photographs from their respective offices. After two years,” the V-C said.

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Patil said,The high deployment of police force in Naxal districts is an expensive affair If a big state such as Maharashtrawhich has just three Naxal-affected districts of GadchiroliBhandara and Gondiais finding it hardone can imagine how difficult it must be financially for a small state such as Chhattisgarh that has to secure a vast area from Naxals This is the reason Naxals have always supported creation of small states?Police deployed to counter Naxalities have to go the extra mile to make the necessary arrangements whenever there is a VIP in the region.the EC had made its position clear and aggressively defended its powers against the Law Ministry submission that the Commission does not have the powers to disqualify a candidate on account of filing wrong election expenditure accounts.1951. creed or region”.