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Thursday, 24 December 2020

Four booked for attacking family

Chandigarh: Four persons have been booked for allegedly attacking a family, that was returning from a wedding, and damaging its car at the Bapu Dham light point, Sector 26. According to the police, complainant Bunti, a resident of Dadu Majra Colony, Sector 38 (West), alleged that Akash, Vishal, Karan and Mandeep, alias Rasal, all residents of Bapu Dham, attacked him and his family and also threw stones at their car on December 22. TNS

Virtual Christmas party held

Patiala: A virtual Christmas Party was organised this week at British Co-Ed High School. Students, usual guests from village, community and deaf and blind schools could not attend the celebrations due to social distancing norm. However, the Christmas party was live-streamed. Students of the British Co-Ed School watched the party online and joined the staff in singing and celebrating from home. TNS

Results declared

Chandigarh: Panjab University has declared results of BVoc (Banking insurance and retailing) sixth semester; MCom (Accounts and finance) fourth semester; BVoc (Hospitality and tourism management) second semester; MA (Economics) fourth semester; MA (Hindi) fourth semester; PG diploma in marketing management second semester; MA (Political science) fourth semester; MA (English) fourth semester; master of physical education fourth semester; and MBA of executives (Honors school system) second semester. TNS

P'kula MC Poll: duty magistrates appointed

Chandigarh: Deputy Commissioner-cum-District Election Officer Mukesh Kumar Ahuja on Wednesday appointed 12 duty magistrates for peaceful and fair conduct of the Panchkula Municipal Corporation elections. Each duty magistrate will be responsible for 10-12 polling booths. At least six supervisors have also been appointed and 12 patrolling parties formed. TNS

File grievances online now

Chandigarh: Now, consumers will be able to file their grievances online with the Chandigarh State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission and forums with the launch of e-filing services on the occasion of National Consumer Day on Thursday. With the start of the e-filing system, the complainant can file his complaint online and need not physically visit the consumer court and the service can be availed of on web portal TNS

Two arrested for betting

Zirakpur: The police arrested two brothers on charges of betting, match-fixing and selling narcotics here on Wednesday. The suspects have been identified as Deepak Kingar and Amit Kingar, residents of KSM Road, Rajpura. Zirakpur SHO Rajpal Singh Gill said the police received information that the suspects were betting on cricket matches and selling drugs. They were arrested from a rented flat in Sigma City. The police recovered 11 injections, Rs60,000, an LED, 10 mobile phones and 300 gm of narcotic powder. TNS

Diarrhoea cases in Dera Bassi

Dera Bassi: The Health Department has collected five samples of water for testing from a locality near the grain market gurdwara in Ward No. 18 here after a dozen cases of diarrhoea were reported on Tuesday. The department has asked the Dera Bassi Municipal Council to address the problem of contaminated water in the area. Dera Bassi Civil Hospital SMO Sangeeta Jain said, ''A health team visited 90 houses in the area. Residents complained of contaminated water being supplied for the past several days." TNS

Foggy weather likely for 4 days

Chandigarh: It will be mainly dry weather during the next four days in the tricity. As per a Chandigarh Meteorological Department update, cold wave to severe cold wave conditions are likely for the next two or three days. Dense to very dense fog is also likely to develop at a few places during this period. TNS

from The Tribune

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