Earlier on Tuesday, Pakistan deported three staff members of the Indian High Commission in Islamabad Anurag Singh, Vijay
Kumar Varma and Madhavan Nanda Kumar, the 'undercover agents' of India's intelligence agency Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) for their involvement in subversive activities in the country.
The three officials, First Secretary commercial Anurag Singh, Vijay
Kumar Varma and Mandhawan Nanda Kumar left from Islamabad through flight EK 613.
Vikas Dagar, Gyanendra Singh, Vijay
Kumar and Amit Kumar, the HVR beneficiaries qualified for the summit clash at Rio by bagging a number of medals at the IPC games.
Venkataraghavan, Suresh Shastri, AV Jayaprakash, Jasbir Singh, Vijay
Chopra and Narendra Menon qualified to become umpires.
Besides, most of the party candidates who had won the elections at that time were its formidable leaders such as Ashwini Kumar Choubey, Janardan Singh Sigriwal, Satish Dubey, Rana Gangeshwar Singh, Vijay
Kumar Mishra and Nityanand Rai.
They don't have a deputy chief minister but there are many veteran leaders in his party like Narendra Singh, Vijay
Chaudhary and Vijendra Yadav.
Durga Rao; 60kg: Dheeraj, Vikas Malik, Rohit Tokas, Anil Kumar, Akhil Kumar; 64kg: Manoj Kumar, Sandeep Kumar, Deepak Tanwar, Narender Singh; 69kg: Mandeep Jangra, Manjit, Dilbagh Singh, Vijay
; 75kg: Vikas Krishan, Vijender Singh, Sukhdeep Singh, Jagat Singh Belal; 81kg: Sumit Sangwan, Kuldeep Singh, Jagroop Singh, Harjinder Singh; 91kg: Dinesh Kumar, Amritpreet Singh, Manpreet Singh, Jasveer Singh; + 91kg: Satish Kumar Praveen Kumar, K.
Besides, three candidates of BSP-Thakur Jaiveer Singh, Vijay
Pratap and Sunil Kumar-also filed their nominations.
The farm leaders, including BKU President Chaudhary Rakesh Takait and other leaders Chaudhary Yudhbir Singh, Vijay
Jawandhia, Bhupinder Singh Mahesari, Ajmer Singh Gill addressed the farmers.
VETERAN sports officials like Suresh Kalmadi, Randhir Singh, Vijay
Kumar Malhotra, Satish Sharma and Sukhdev Singh Dhindsa could soon have to vacate their seats with the Delhi High Court on Tuesday endorsing a government policy limiting tenures of top administrators.
Men's rifle: Hariom Singh, Gagan Narang, Imran Hassan Khan, Abhinav Bindra; Men's pistol: Deepak Sharma, Omkar Singh, Vijay
Kumar, Gurpreet Singh, Samaresh Jung, CK Chaudhary, Harpreet Singh; Men's shotgun: Manavjit Singh Sandhu, Mansher Singh, Mairaj Ahmad Khan, AD Peoples, Ronjan Sodhi, Asher Noria; Women's rifle: Suma Shirur, Kavita Yadav, Meena Kumari, Tejaswini Sawant, Lajja Gauswami; Women's pistol: Anisa Sayyed, Rahi Sarnobat, Heena Sidhu, Annuraj Singh; Women's shotgun: Seema Tomar, Shreyasi Singh