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Thursday, 1 October 2020

Power supply to be hit today

Chandigarh: Due to an urgent maintenance work, the electricity supply in some parts of the UT will be hit on October 1. There will be no supply in parts of Sector 44 and 63 from 10 am to 2 pm. Hallo Majra village, Behlana and ITBP will go without electricity from 10 am to 3 pm, while there will be power shutdown in parts of Sector 22 and Maloya from 10 am to 4 pm. TNS

Woman held with ganja

Chandigarh: The police arrested a 43-year-old woman from Daria village and seized 1.20-kg ganja. A case has been registered against the woman under the NDPS Act at the Industrial Area police station. TNS

Varsity scraps entrance tests

Chandigarh: The PU decided to scrap all entrance tests — PU-CET (PG), MPhil/PhD, PULEET, PUMEET and MBA (Executive). Registered candidates for the PU-CET (PG) have to fill admission form by October 15. TNS

UT admn now on Instagram

Chandigarh: The Department of Public Relations, UT, is now on Instagram. Rajiv Tewari, Director, Public Relations, said, "The step has been taken to ensure that we are easily accessible to public, especially during the pandemic." He said, "We will also ensure that the page is updated regularly to keep the general public informed." TNS

Cricket tourney from October 5

Chandigarh: As many as six teams will participate in the 1st Ashok Kumar Vij Memorial U-16 league Cricket Tournament that will be organised from October 5 at the IVCA-B Cricket Ground, Dera Bassi. TNS

Man hangs self to death in Sector 25

Chandigarh: A 39-year-old man reportedly committed suicide by hanging at his house in Sector 25. The victim has been identified as Surinder. He is survived by his wife and three children. The incident came to light on Wednesday morning. Cops rushed to the spot on getting information. The victim was taken to Government Multi-Specialty Hospital in Sector 16 where he was declared brought dead. The police said no suicide note was found at the spot. Meanwhile, an inquest proceeding has been initiated at the Sector 11 police station. TNS

Varsity holds leadership talk

Chandigarh: Chitkara University on Wednesday organised a leadership talk by Keshav R Murugesh, Group CEO of WNS Global Services. He addressed the students on 'The New Normal: What to Stop, Start and Accelerate'. He shared three key ideas for building career - learning multi-skills and developing out-of-the-box thinking; embrace the new ways of working; and accelerate your agility to reflect, reboot and reinvent. TNS



from The Tribune https://www.tribuneindia.com/news/chandigarh/power-supply to-be-hit-today-149290

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