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Wednesday, 24 February 2021

Purse containing Rs10K, DL stolen

Chandigarh: Ravinder Singh Nayal, a resident of Sector 30, reported to the police that his purse containing Rs10,000 and documents, including an ID card and a driving licence, and an ATM card was stolen while he was buying vegetables in Sector 12 near the Nayagaon barrier on February 21. A DDR has been lodged at the Sector 11 police station. TNS

Bag containing jewellery stolen

Zirakpur: A wedding event in Dhakoli turned sour when the purse of the bride's mother containing Rs2 lakh, gold ornaments and other valuables was stolen from a marriage palace on Monday night. The CCTV footage of the marriage palace shows an unidentified man stealing the purse and fleeing the spot. A case of theft has been registered. TNS

AWWA chief visits rehab centre

Chandigarh: Alka Singh, regional president of Army Wives Welfare Association (AWWA), Western Command, visited the Paraplegic Rehabilitation Centre in Mohali on Tuesday. She interacted with the inmates of the centre and their families, and also discussed measures for their welfare. This centre is a premier institution undertaking the rehabilitation of disabled defence personnel who become paraplegic in the line of duty, and trains them in vocational activities so that they can become economically self-reliant. TNS

Man nabbed with fake spare parts

Panchkula: The Kalka police have nabbed a person for selling fake spare parts of cars. The suspect has been identified as Kulbhushan, a resident of Motor Market, Panchkula. The police said they received a complaint from Manish Jindal on Monday. He stated that the suspect was selling spare parts of various cars by affixing fake stickers. TNS

53,300 take online exam

Chandigarh: Around 53,300 students appeared in various examinations of undergraduate/post graduate/other professional courses, including USOL/private candidates, said Dr Jagat Bhushan, Controller of Examination, Panjab University. On the 9th day of the ongoing examinations, a total of 120 exams were held. TNS

Cricket meet from March 6

Chandigarh: Kumaon Welfare and Cultural Society, Zirakpur, will organise the 1st Cricket Tournament on March 6 and 7 at the Kaimbwala Cricket Ground. Manoj Rawat, president of Kumaon Welfare and Cultural Society, said a total of 20 teams would take part in the tournament and players who belong to Uttarakhand would participate in this tournament. Society members Bishan Kadari, Ganesh Manral, Balbir Rawat, Dilip Rawat, Praveen Rawat, Devinder Singh Rawat, Naresh Rawat, Bhupinder Khati, Bhupinder Tadagi, Madan Singh, Monty and Bhupinder Rawat attended the meeting. TNS

Minerva win football title

Chandigarh: Minerva Academy FC defeated Gurdaspur FC 1-0 to win the Pundrik Football Tournament in Haryana. Anwar Ali scored the only goal of the match. Lalrinchhana Lallawmpuia came close to scoring the first goal, but the ball went out of target. A corner saw Ali leap into the air and head the ball towards the goal while it touched the defender's hand and Minerva Academy FC win a penalty. A right-footed ground shot by Ali thrashed into the net as Minerva Academy FC took a 1-0 lead in the first half. TNS

Month-long safe road campaign

Chandigarh: Supported by the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, the Chandigarh Traffic Police, the UT Administration and the Education Department, along with Yuvsatta - an NGO, launched a month-long "Safe Road Chandigarh Campaign", from Government Model Senior Secondary School, Sector 18. As part of the campaign, the NGO will reach out to young students and people through puppet shows at 30 schools, street plays at public places, eye check-up camp for truckers and will also hold meetings with the Resident Welfare Associations. TNS

from The Tribune

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