English to Hindi Dictionary constable


The police constables had given clear and credible evidence of the circumstances in which the identification took place.
a peace officer with limited policing authority, typically in a small town.
Orford was held by a royal constable , and was built next to what was at the time a major port.
the governor of a royal castle.
translation of 'constable'
The local authority of the sheriff (a king's man) was enhanced at the expense of the earl, particularly by making him 'constable' of the castle.
Pamela lived in nearby New Stevenston, Lanarkshire, with her mother, Anne, and father George, who is a serving 'constable' with Strathclyde Police.
A sergeant or a 'constable' of police would make a decision, would he or she not, whether to prosecute for a traffic offence?
All were surprised to find a police head 'constable' in uniform playing the classic with such finesse.
The caller said his chief 'constable' had received a number of complaints.
Thomas Percy, one of the conspirators, was a distant cousin, had been employed by Northumberland as 'constable' of Alnwick castle, and had been made a gentleman pensioner.
The computer workstation of a senior 'constable' was secured and information was extracted.
The person arrested is simply dumped at a police station by a 'constable' attached to the Criminal Investigation Department.
Intentional obstruction of a 'constable' exercising powers under this section is an offence.
When the King and his family were out, the running of the castle was left up to the 'constable' , so he needed to be an intelligent and trust-worthy person.
When any person has been arrested other than at a police station, a 'constable' may carry out a search of the person on three grounds.
Orford was held by a royal 'constable' , and was built next to what was at the time a major port.
He had arrived in 1912 from Jamaica, sponsored by a British teacher and after a brief career as a 'constable' in the Jamaican police, to study as an agricultural engineer in the South.
He was 'constable' of the castle until 1562.
The cholera victims included a police head 'constable' .
The upper floor of the gatehouse housed the 'constable' of the castle.
A probationary 'constable' at Lismore police station died on Tuesday morning.
In December 1483 he was appointed 'constable' of England for life.
Soon after this O'Donnell became a tenant of the Earl of Ormond and shortly after became ensconced as 'constable' in Butlers castle.
And why must all policemen start as 'constables' ?
The figures ranged from 21 'police constables' to 75-80 officers.
It is always a dangerous moment when not just 'police constables' , but even first ministers, look younger every year and you start to reflect on the great political figures of your youth.
The 'Constable' of the castle sent out two knights (pictured left) under a safe conduct to see if the King was truly present and sure enough they found him dining with Bishop Hugh.
I cannot recount the number of times I have called up friends in the police and asked for 'constables' to be sent to the trouble spots to bail me out.
Eighteen minutes after 9am, with a dozen uniformed 'constables' , three senior police officers and three mounted policemen almost obscuring the gates, the notices of execution were posted.
The duty is not owed to the whole world but, on the facts of this case, to a very limited class, five 'police constables' only.
The 24-hour police office is staffed by community 'police constables' .
In a return to old-fashioned policing methods, 'constables' on patrol will be able to frogmarch misbehaving youths back to their parents to demand an explanation for their behaviour.
But psychiatrists might know all sorts of things that 'police constables' do not know just as they know a great deal that I would not know.
Are people like the applicant sworn in as 'police constables' ?
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