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Tuesday, 8 September 2020

Four arrested for gambling

Chandigarh: Four persons have been arrested by the local police while gambling. Three persons were nabbed by the operation cell. Sant Ram, a resident of EWS Colony, was arrested from the grain market, Sector 26, while gambling. The police seized Rs3,500 from him. Another person, Sonu Kumar of Sanjay Colony, Industrial Area, Phase I, was held from near his house. The police seized Rs4,400 from him. Similarly, Raj Chaudhary, a resident of New Indira Colony, Mani Majra, was gambling at the booth market in the area. The police seized Rs5,900 from him. Another person, identified Sachin Bawa, a resident of Khudda Lahora, was nabbed from the Sector 37 market while gambling and Rs2,510 was seized from him. They were arrested and later released on bail. TNS

Burglar held, gets judicial custody

Chandigarh: A burglar has been arrested by the operation cell of the UT police for a theft in the Industrial Area, Phase II. The suspect has been identified as Manish Patel (20), a resident of EWS Colony, Maloya. The police recovered four stolen cooler motors from him. Earlier, two of his accomplices, Rinku, alias Tunda and Yogesh, alias Pandit, were arrested on August 30. Manish was produced in a court and sent to judicial custody. The police said Manish was earlier booked in a case of robbery in 2015. He was convicted in the case. TNS

'Private hospitals play stellar role'

Mohali: Mohali Deputy Commissioner Girish Dayalan said private hospitals were playing a stellar role in Covid care by dedicating major part of their facilities to critical patients. He said the hospitals had increased the isolation ward strength, ventilators and ICU capacity and were rendering full support to the administration in these trying times. While inaugurating the upgraded existing level 3 neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) at Max Hospital, Mohali, he said the state-of-the-art NICU would be another milestone in healthcare being extended to the people. TNS

FDA seizes eight samples

Ambala: A team of the Food and Drugs Administration, led by district food safety officer Gorav Sharma, on Monday seized the samples of ghee, milk and tea from Ambala City and Ambala Cantonment. The team has taken a total of eight samples for analysis. Subhash Chander, designated officer, food safety, Ambala, said, "Six samples of ghee and one each of milk and tea have been taken from different shops and dairies in Ambala City and Ambala Cantonment. The samples would be sent to Food Laboratory, Karnal, for analysis and the results are expected to come after 15 days." TNS

Teachers' union holds protest

Mohali: The Education Provider Teachers' Union on Monday staged a protest against the state government for not regularising their services. They took out a rally from Gurdwara Sri Amb Sahib, Mohali, to YPS Chowk. A memorandum was handed over to the Mohali tehsildar, who reached the spot. Union leader Ajmer Singh said the CM had promised to get their jobs regularised in December 2016, but to no avail. TNS

from The Tribune

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