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Wednesday, 7 October 2020

Youth held for eve-teasing

Chandigarh: The police have arrested a Sunder Nagar resident, Sonu Kumar, 24, for eve-teasing. The complainant alleged that Sonu blocked her way and harassed her near Sunder Nagar, Part-2 market, in Mauli Jagran on October 5. A case has been registered. TNS

Cop suspended for graft

Mohali: The SHO of the Lalru police station has been suspended for allegedly taking a bribe of Rs3.28 lakh. In a complaint to the police, a man stated that he ran a business of money garlands and got new currency from Delhi through government bus drivers. On Monday, the SHO, Gurcharan Singh, stopped the bus and allegedly detained its driver and conductor. They showed him all receipts, but he sought Rs3.28 lakh as bribe, the complainant alleged. The SSP ordered the cop's suspension and a departmental probe against him. TNS

Man booked in cheating case

Chandigarh: The police have booked a Zirakpur resident in a cheating case. Pardeep Singh Kapoor took a used car refinance loan of Rs18.76 lakh in 2016 against a vehicle from HDFC Bank Ltd. Complainant Amitabh Sharma, area manager, Risk Intelligence and Control, HDFC, Industrial Area, alleged that Kapoor transferred the vehicle to a third party on the basis of a fake NOC of HDFC bank and also availed of another auto loan. Investigation has been initiated into the case. TNS

Biker injured in hit-amp;-run mishap

Chandigarh: The police have registered a case against an unknown driver for hitting a motorcyclist, Ilyas Khan of Kishangarh village, near CRPF campus in Hallo Majra. Khan received multiple injuries and was admitted to the GMCH-32 on October 4. The car driver fled the spot after the accident. TNS

Two motorcycles stolen from city

Chandigarh: The police registered a case of motorcycle theft on the complaint of a Hallo Majra resident, Ankit Kumar. The complainant alleged that an unknown person stole his bike from the parking lot of Japanese Garden in Sector 31 on September 25. A case has been registered under Section 379 of IPC at the Sector 31 police station. In a separate incident, the Sector 39 police have booked unknown persons on the complaint of a Mohali resident, Jaspal Singh. The complainant alleged that his bike parked near FCI Office, Sector 40, was stolen on October 5. TNS

One booked for bicycle theft

Chandigarh: The Sector 39 police have registered a case of bicycle theft on the complaint of a Sector 37 resident, Navjeet Singh Sandhu. The complainant alleged that an unknown person stole his bicycle parked near his house on October 4. A case has been registered. TNS

Farm stir: Two trains cancelled

Chandigarh: As farmers continue to agitate on railway tracks, two passenger trains coming to the Chandigarh railway station will not move beyond Ambala and return from there. Paschim Express, which plies between Kalka and Mumbai, has been cancelled till Wednesday, according to a notification issued by the Railways. Delhi-Chandigarh-Una Jan Shatabdi (02057) will not reach the city station or Una till Wednesday. It will halt in Ambala. TNS

Two nabbed on theft charge

Kharar: Two persons have been arrested for theft in Kurali. The suspects have been identified as Narender Singh and Ranjit Singh. According to information, the duo had been involved in breaking open shutters and stealing goods from shops. During a special drive, the Kurali police caught them with electrical items on October 3. The duo had stolen these items from a local shop. A local court on Tuesday sent them to judicial custody. TNS

PU reopens web page for test

Chandigarh: Panjab University has decided to re-open the web page for PU-CET (PG)-2020 for extending the last date of registration till October 9. The last date for submission of online fee through net banking is October 10 and the completion of form is October 12. The registered candidates for PU-CET (PG) have to fill the admission form on onlineadmissions.puchd.ac.in by October 15 for getting considered under the admission process. The candidates should visit cetpg.puchd.ac.in for more information and further schedule. TNS



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