|Monday, February 14, 2000,
Gold thief: The police had arrested Pankaj Kumar, a resident of Uttar Pradesh, who on the pretext of cleaning gold ornaments, used to Chemically extract gold, Mr Varinder Kumar, SSP, said here on Saturday.
Unauthorised parking: Resentment prevails among the shopkeepers in the Tibri road area due to unauthorised parking of vehicles near the Hanuman crossing. The place has become congested and there are chances of accidents taking place. They demanded that the "allotment" of the stand should be regularised.
Rainfall: Hoshiarpur and its surrounding areas have been experiencing intermittent rain since Friday. The rain has disrupted normal life.
Eye donation: Seva Prakalpa of the BJYM, Chandigarh, organised an eye donation pledge day on the occasion of the martyrdom day of Pt Deen Dayal Upadhyay on Sunday. A total of 111 morcha workers pledged to donate their eyes. Mr Pankaj Gupta, a senior resident of Eye Bank, PGI, while addressing the morcha workers, stressed upon the need for eye donation.
Video show: A video show and community talk on "early marriage and girl child" was organised by the Ranbaxy Community Healthcare Society at Kharar, near here, yesterday. As many as 55 mothers participated in the talk.
Alumni reunion: The 11th reunion of the Patiala Medical College Alumni, Chandigarh Chapter, was held at Boat Club, Ropar, on Sunday, where over 100 doctors participated in CME and discussed reforms in medical education. Dr S.K. Jindal spoke on advances in management of lung diseases. Dr R.S. Dhaliwal delivered a lecture on advances in minimally invasive cardiac interventions. Dr Deepak Kaura spoke on living with coronary artery diseases.
Dharna: The joint action committee of General Hospital, Sector 16, and allied dispensaries of the city observed dharna on Sunday to demand release of patient allowance.
distribution: The first annual
function-cum-prize distribution function of Harryson
Public School, Sector 70, was organised at Community
Centre in Phase 3BI here. A colourful function was
presented by school students on the occasion. The SDM, Mr
O.P. Popli, was the chief guest.
district police has arrested a proclaimed offender who
had been absconding for over two-and-a-half years.
According to a police spokesman, the Rani police had
arrested Pappu Ram of Rakban Bani village along with
another person on July, 1997, under the Excise Act. Pappu
had jumped the bail and the court had declared him a
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