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Sunday, 11 October 2020

BCom results declared

Chandigarh: Panjab University declared the result of BCom final year (regular candidates). The result has been uploaded on the Panjab University website. TNS

Book added to RBU curriculum

Mohali: Rayat Bahra University on Saturday approved incorporating `Samaj Chintan', a book by Avinash Rai Khanna, Vice-Chairman of the Indian Red Cross Society, as a part of the curriculum of elements of sociology and human values and professional ethics. Gurvinder Singh Bahra, Chancellor of the university, who presided over the function extended a warm welcome to Khanna. TNS

Grandparents Day celebrated

Mohali: Grandparents Day was celebrated at St Soldier School in Mohali. To help grandparents maintain a healthy lifestyle and spread happiness, a yoga session was conducted. Old melodious songs were presented by the school music teacher and grandparents were made to join in. Various competitions such as 'jugalbandi', 'dadi /nani ke gharelu nuskhe', 'dadi/ nani ki kahani' and 'dadu/nanu ki geetmala' were organised. TNS

Varsity starts biz platform

Chandigarh: To develop entrepreneurial mindset among students, Desh Bhagat University launched a platform — COCO Beans. It is chemical-free bakery. Dr Sandeep Singh, Vice President, DBU, said: "The bakery is being developed as a platform for our students with an entrepreneurial mindset to not just understand the technical aspect of business but also get hands-on experience of marketing, brand development and commercials for a business venture." TNS

Webinar marks CJI's birth anniv

Chandigarh: To commemorate the 87th birth anniversary of Justice MM Punchhi, former Chief Justice of India, his family conducted a webinar. His son, Ashu M Punchhi, Public Prosecutor, Chandigarh, spoke about his father's life journey. The webinar was streamed live on the social media and was viewed by 2,700 people. TNS

Portrait of hockey legend

Chandigarh: Punjab-based artiste Varun Tandon made a portrait of late hockey legend Balbir Singh (Sr) by using ink-dipped hockey ball and stick. The 25x15-feet portrait was kept at the Sector 42 sadium on Saturday. TNS

Sector 26 resident held with ganja

Chandigarh: The UT police have arrested a 32-year-old man while possessing ganja. According to the police, Sunil Kumar, a resident of Phase 1, Bapu Dham Colony, Sector 26, was nabbed from the Transport light point while possessing 820 grams of ganja. A case has been registered against the suspect under the NDPS Act at the Sector 26 police station and an investigation has been initiated. TNS

Panchkula man held with stolen car

Chandigarh: The UT police nabbed a Panchkula resident riding a stolen car. According to the police, the suspect, identified as Punit Kumar (31), alias Raja, a resident of Mahadev Colony, Surajpur, Panchkula, was arrested from the railway bridge light point near Colony number 4 while he was riding a Honda City. The suspect had affixed a fake number on the stolen car. A case has been registered at the Industrial Area police station and an investigation has been initiated into it. TNS

Thieves strike at showroom

Dera Bassi: Three thieves decamped with Rs35,000 and an LED TV from a showroom here in the wee hours of Saturday. The police said the theft took place at Metro Traders, a showroom of electronics, furniture and marble. A CCTV footage showed the thieves coming on two bikes and entering the showroom by removing the side-glass window. Two workers were sleeping in the showroom when the theft took place. A case has been registered. TNS



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