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Tuesday, 26 January 2021

Five booked in dowry case

Panchkula: A man, his mother and three sisters were booked after a 22-year-old woman filed a complaint of dowry harassment against them with the Mansa Devi Complex police. Vidya Devi of Saketri village said she and Sarvesh Kumar got married on April 29, 2018. After three months, Sarvesh and her mother-in-law started taunting and beating her for not bringing enough dowry. On May 8, 2019, the suspects assaulted her and threw her out of the house. TNS

Honour for Fire Officer

Dera Bassi: Pradeep Kumar Rana, Fire Officer, Municipal Council, Dera Bassi, will be awarded the state government's certificate/2020 for his commendable work. Rana exhibited bravery while dousing a fire in Dera Bassi on November 13 last year. He fainted due to the build-up of gases in the basement and was hospitalised. Three persons were killed and one was injured in an explosion that took place at Rama Punjabi Dhaba, Sarsini village, on the Chandigarh-Delhi highway. TNS

DBU celebrates Tourism Day

Chandigarh: The School of Hotel Management amp; Tourism, Desh Bhagat University (DBU), celebrated National Tourism Day on the theme of 'sustainable tourism'. National Tourism Day is celebrated to create awareness on the significance of tourism and its cultural and economic values. A sapling plantation drive was conducted. Dr Zora Singh, Chancellor, DBU, started the event by planting a sapling. Dr Tejinder Kaur, Pro-Chancellor, DBU, appreciated the concept of sapling plantation. TNS

Republic Day event at school

Chandigarh: The week-long online activities to commemorate the 72 Republic Day concluded at Shishu Niketan Model Senior Secondary School, Sector 22/D. Students were made aware of the rich legacy of India. Various activities included card-making, badge-making, kite-making, slogan-writing, poster-making and collage making. TNS

IMTECH observes Foundation Day

Chandigarh: The Institute of Microbial Technology (IMTECH) on Monday celebrated its 37th Foundation Day by organising several events, including a lecture on 'Frugal Science in the Age of Curiosity' by Dr Manu Prakash, Associate Professor of bio-engineering at the Stanford University. TNS

Notice of motion to UT

Chandigarh: Acting on a petition filed by the Kajheri Owners' Welfare Society, the Punjab and Haryana High Court on Monday issued directions to the UT and another respondent against blocking an existing "katcha path". Appearing for the petitioners, counsel Divanshu Jain submitted that impugned order in this regard was factually erroneous. Justice Sudhir Mittal issued a notice of motion to the UT and other respondents for April 19. TNS

from The Tribune

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