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Wednesday, 11 November 2020

Man booked for outraging woman’s modesty

Chandigarh: A man has been booked for assaulting a woman with an intent to outrage her modesty. The victim, a resident of Mauli Jagran, reported that the suspect, Brijesh, residing in the neighborhood, trespassed into her house on November 8. The victim raised the alarm following which she went on the roof and tried to catch the suspect, who then attacked her with a knife. The suspect also attacked the complainant's cousin, who got stitches on his hand. TNS

Train waiting list gets longer

Chandigarh: As people of the city are opting to travel from Ambala, the division has recorded a waiting list of 448 on an average for 11 trains plying at Ambala from September till November 10. The DRM, GM Singh, said: "We had plans to run more trains, but are waiting for a nod from the Punjab Government." TNS

BSNL installs servers

Chandigarh: In view of mission 'Behtar Service Naya Lakshya', cache servers of Facebook and Netflix were installed at the National Internet Backbone Switch Room, BSNL building, in Sector 17. These were inaugurated by Sandeep Diwan, Chief General Manager, Telecom. Officials said the need for more such services had risen drastically. — TNS

Shopkeeper sells crackers, booked

Chandigarh: The police on Tuesday booked a shopkeeper for selling crackers. It is the first case after the UT Administration banned the sale of crackers. Sub-Inspector Gurwinder Singh was patrolling the Mani Majra area when he found crackers being illegally sold at a shop in Govindpura, Mani Majra. A case under Sections 188 of the IPC and Section 51-B of the Disaster Management Act was registered against Shankar Singh (39), the shopkeeper. TNS

Ropar Youth held with pistol

Chandigarh: A 21-year-old Punjab resident has been arrested with a pistol. The police said Gurdeep Singh, alias Deepu, of Raipur village in Ropar district was nabbed near the Verka plant, Industrial Area, Phase I. A case has been registered. TNS

from The Tribune

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