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Thursday, 11 February 2021

MCM DAV Alumni donate Rs 1L to PGI

Chandigarh: The Association of MCM DAV Alumni (AMDA) of Mehr Chand Mahajan DAV College for Women, Sector 36, collected funds for the medical fraternity as a token of gratitude towards corona warriors. A sum of Rs1 lakh was donated to the PGI, Chandigarh. Dr Bhargava handed over the cheque to PGI Director Dr Jagat Ram, who expressed appreciation for the sensitivity towards social causes that MCM inculcates in its students. TNS

Athletics meet on February 14

Chandigarh: The Chandigarh Athletic Association will organise the Chandigarh North District and South District Athletics Meet at the Sector 7 Sports Complex on February 14. Athletes residing or studying in Chandigarh are eligible to participate in this meet. The athletes are advised to submit their entries with the organisers before February 12. The championship will be held under north district (for athletes residing or studying in Sectors 1 to 30 or adjoining villages of Chandigarh) and south district (for athletes residing or studying in Sector 31 or onwards or adjoining villages of Chandigarh). Those born between April 15, 2007, and April 14, 2009, will be eligible to participate in the U-14 category, while those born between April 15, 2005, and April 14, 2007, will be eligible to participate in the U-16 category. TNS

Apply for UK programme

Chandigarh: The application window for the UK Government's Chevening Gurukul programme for Leadership and Excellence for 2021-22 is now open. The candidates can apply online for the short-term fellowship programme by March 22. The two-month fully-funded residential course will run at the University of Oxford. Mid-career professionals having a minimum of 10-year work experience in diverse backgrounds can apply. Twelve professionals will be selected for the programme. Deputy High Commissioner Andrew Ayre said: "Gurukul fellowship offers a unique and exciting opportunity for the best professionals in India to address the issues being faced by leaders in all fields." TNS

Anuj, Shrawasti win tennis titles

Mohali: Anuj Pal defeated Divyam Sharma in straight sets 6-3, 6-3 to win the boys' U-14 title on the concluding day of the Roots-AITA Challenge Series (CS3) National Ranking Tennis Championship at Zirakpur. In the girls' U-14 final, Shrawasti Kundliya ousted Isheeta Midha 6-4 6-3. TNS

Livewire Coaching Centre log victory

Chandigarh: Livewire Coaching Centre (LWCC) defeated Panthers Cricket Club by three runs in the ongoing My India-One India T20 Cricket Cup on Wednesday. Batting first, LWCC posted 155/8 in 20 overs. In reply, Panthers scored 152/8 in 20 overs. TNS

youth found dead in Mohali hotel

Mohali: A youth of Mundi Kharar reportedly committed suicide by consuming a poisonous substance in a hotel near the Kamla market here. The youth has been identified as Virender Pal Singh. The police have found no suicide note on him. Virender, a realtor, is survived by his wife and 8-year-old girl. He had contested the last Kharar Municipal Council elections. TNS



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