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Wednesday, 28 October 2020

Man ‘attacks’ wife with sword

Zirakpur: A man has been booked for beating up his wife and attacking her with a sword. The complainant, Gurmeet Kaur (35) of Lalru, alleged that she was going to the job at a local hospital when her husband, Gurmel Singh of Mudaki village in Ferozepur, attacked her near Patiala Chowk around 8.30 am on Monday. She was rushed to a hospital in Dhakoli where she is undergoing treatment. TNS

DBU celebrates foundation day

Chandigarh: Desh Bhagat University (DBU) celebrated its foundation day with a cultural programme on the campus. Dr Zora Singh, Chancellor, DBU, and Pro-Chancellor Tejinder Kaur congratulated the staff members and appreciated their contribution to building the DBU as a successful and result-oriented educational hub. "We are happy to share that the university has been accorded with the coveted 12 (B) status by the UGC for its academic excellence," said Singh. TNS

Bansal IS new SP (Traffic)

Chandigarh: The UT Administrator has appointed Ketan Bansal, a 2016-batch IPS officer of the AGMUT cadre, as the Superintendent of Police (Traffic). Bansal will report to the SSP (Security and Traffic), UT. He had joined the UT Administration on October 8. TNS

Results declared

Chandigarh: Panjab University announced the results of Certificate Course in Urdu, Diploma in Urdu, Advanced Diploma in Urdu, BA (Hons) Economics, Certificate Course in Persian, Diploma in Persian and Advanced Diploma in Persian. TNS

Senators now approach Punjab CM

Chandigarh: As many as 15 Senators from Panjab University and representatives of the Panjab University Teachers Association (PUTA) have now written to Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh, requesting him to interfere in the issue pertaining to the postponement of the Senate elections. Notably, Syndics and PUTA had earlier approached the UT Administrator and the UT Adviser on the same issue. The Senate poll has been postponed twice and a Board of Governors is likely to be formed. TNS

Smart ration cards given

Mohali: Health and Family Welfare Minister Balbir Singh Sidhu distributed 4,771 smart ration cards among beneficiaries of four villages — Sohana, Mataur, Balongi and Shahimajra. With the card, one can get foodgrain from any approved depot in the state. Among the recipients, 900 were from Sohana village, 752 from Mataur, 594 from Shahimajra village and 2,525 from Balongi. TNS

'Perform duties with devotion'

Mohali: Aiming to eradicate corruption from society, BK Uppal, ADGP-cum-Chief Director, Vigilance Bureau, Punjab, on Tuesday administered pledge to all officers at the Punjab Vigilance Bhawan here on the first day of Vigilance Awareness Week. While addressing officials after administering the pledge, BK Uppal said: "It is the moral duty of the Vigilance Bureau personnel to sensitise people to their rights and duties to check corruption and assist the VB in its efforts to root out the evil from society". He asked all officers to perform their duties with devotion and dedication. TNS

from The Tribune

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