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Monday, 8 February 2021

Man held for Delhi Republic Day violence

Chandigarh: A Karnal resident, who was wanted in a case registered against farmers for the Republic Day violence in New Delhi, was arrested by the Delhi Police from Chandigarh on Sunday. A UT police official confirmed that Sukhdev (61) was arrested by a team of the Delhi Police from near the Centra Mall light point, Industrial Area, Phase I. He was taken to Delhi soon after his arrest. TNS

Man duped of Rs 25L, 1 booked

Chandigarh: The UT police have booked an unknown person for allegedly duping a Sector 15 resident of Rs 25 lakh in 2020. Complainant Saurabh Mago reported that the person cheated him of Rs 25 lakh by impersonating as an insurance agent. The police have registered a case of cheating at the Sector 17 police station and an investigation has been initiated by the Cyber Crime Investigation Cell. TNS

Seven-day NSS camp begins

Chandigarh: Dev Samaj College of Education inaugurated a seven-day NSS camp. Dr Sapna Nanda, Principal, Government College of Yoga and Health Education, was the chief guest. Dr Agnese Dhillon, principal of the college, extended a formal welcome. After the vote of thanks, students sung the National Anthem. TNS

Full attendance for non-teaching staff

Chandigarh: Panjab University's departments and offices will function with 100 per cent attendance of the non-teaching staff from Monday. The Registrar, PU, has approved full-fledged attendance of employees. "All departments/offices of the PU shall function with the 100 per cent non-teaching staff strength with effect from February 8." TNS

Exam to be rescheduled

Chandigarh: Panjab University will reschedule the online exam for Environment Studies, which was postponed on Friday due to a technical glitch, informed the Controller of Examinations (CoE), Panjab University. "We are assessing the glitch as it was unexpected. The new schedule will be announced soon," said Jagat Bhushan, CoE. TNS

DBU observes Cancer Day

Chandigarh: The Department of Radio-Imaging Technology and the Department of Paramedical Sciences of Desh Bhagat University organised an awareness session on World Cancer Day. Students painted banners and posters depicting types of cancers under the 'I am and I will' theme. Pro-Chancellor Tajinder Kaur said the primary goal of World Cancer Day was to significantly reduce illness. TNS



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