One arrested for
committing thefts Chandigarh, October 24
The operation cell of the Chandigarh Police has arrested a burglar operating in the city and recovered various stolen items from his possession.
The police said Rinku of Balmiki mohalla in Burail village was nabbed yesterday evening. He used to commit theft along with his two accomplices. They used to keep watch on locked houses and later committed burglaries, mostly during night.
Mishap victim succumbs to injuries
Lalru, October 24
Mohit Sharma, who was admitted to the Government Medical College and Hospital, Sector 32, Chandigarh, in a serious state on Wednesday, succumbed to his injuries yesterday.
collapse: one booked
Zirakpur, October 24
The police has booked Janak Singh, the contractor the house in Gulmohar Colony (Part II) that collapsed leaving an electrician dead and four others injured in Dhakauli village, near here, on October 17 evening.
Held for misusing
Chandigarh, October 24
On the complaint of the UT Food and Supply Department, the police has arrested a city resident for misusing LPG cylinder and another person for pilfering gas from cylinder.
Theft in temple
Chandigarh, October 24
Thieves reportedly broke into the Raksheshawar Mahadev temple in Sector 35-C here in the wee hours yesterday and decamped with gold and silver ornaments on the idols estimated to cost around Rs 40,000.
Prayas building to house IT companies
Chandigarh, October 23
Four storeys of the Prayas building in Sector 38 along the Dakshin Marg will be used to house some of the top IT companies of the world. The companies will be housed in Prayas building as a temporary step till the IT park located in Kishangarh village comes up.
Panel to maintain industrial sectors
SAS Nagar, October 24
In a significant move to attract information technology and IT enabled service industries to SAS Nagar, the Punjab Government has formed a high-powered committee to oversee the maintenance of industrial sectors here.
Savour the ambience and the food
|Chandigarh, October 24
Festival and feasting go hand in hand, little surprise then that the eve of Divali was chosen by the Dhawan Group to open a new restaurant, Mehfil-2.
Equipped with a wellstocked bar, the new addition to the Gourmet Mall in Sector 17 promises to provide an ambience of the golden era.
The warm hues of interiors as well the music almost complement
the warmth of hospitality that has been a part of Mehfil
tradition since 1979.
Mehfil-2, which was inaugurated on Friday, offers a complete dining-out experience for a family.
— A Tribune photograph
Road show organised