|Monday, May 29, 2000,
SCOOTER STOLEN: Mr Ram Chander of Kharar has lodged, a complaint with the police that the scooter of his brother (27-A-4800) has been stolen. The police after registering a case under Section 379, IPC, has started the investigation.
DEMANDED: Eight sarpanches of Kharar block have demanded that the Punjab government should immediately repair the Kharar-Bassi Pathana road which at present is in a very deplorable condition. The sarpanches of Cholta Khurd, Pannuan, Malikpur, Badala, Badali, Navipur and Madanheri in a statement said here on Sunday that in spite of claims made by the government no steps have been taken to repair the road. They have threatened to sit in dharna if no action is taken in this regard.
CHARGE TAKEN: Mr Gurloveleen Singh Sidhu taken charge of the SDM office here on Friday. Earlier he was the SDM Jagraon. Mr Mumtaj Ahmed Shah, Chairman, Improvement Trust, the DSP, Mr Surinder Singh Saini, and members of the Bar Association were present on the occasion.
QUIZ TRAINING PROGRAMME: YQK, a special company, is organising a quiz training programme for local children from June 1 to 6, a press release said here on Sunday. A comprehensive look into the slide and question bank for students is assured.
'NEED TO IMPROVE MAN-MAN RELATIONS': No power on earth can fulfil the missions of peace and brotherhood unless relation between man and man improves, said Mr Gurbax Singh Rajkavi while addressing a congregation of Sant Nirankari Mission here on Sunday. He quoted religious scriptures at length.
OFFICE-BEARERS: The following have been elected office-bearers of the local unit of the Institute of Cost and Works Accountants of India: Chairman Mr D.C. Arya; Vice-Chairman Mr Jagmit Singh; Secretary Mr Vikas Gupta; Joint Secretary Mr Purshotam Lal; and Treasurer Mr S.S. Mann.
ELECTED: The following have been elected office-bearers of the Gurdwara Sri Guru Singh Sabha (Sector 7) :President Mr Nirbhai Singh Ghuman; Senior Vice-President Mr Rajinder Singh Sahney; Vice-President Mr Jag Singh Mann; General Secretary Mr Surinder Singh Chadha; Joint Secretary Mr Amar Singh; and Cashier Mr Surat Singh.
OFFICE-BEARERS: The following have been elected office-bearers of the Hisar chapter of the Indian Society of Remote Sensing: president Dr S. Mohan; secretary Dr B.S. Chaudhry; joint secretary Dr C.P. Singh; and treasurer- Dr P.K. Singh.
ONE KILLED: One person was killed and another injured when a Canter overturned on the Hisar-Hansi road on Saturday. The victim has been identified as Nathuram, a resident of Rohtak. The injured has been admitted to a hospital at Hansi.
VETERINARY ASSOCIATION: The following have been elected office-bearers of the Diploma Veterinary Association, Haryana: president Mr Satnarain; vice-presidents Mr Ram Kumar Sharma, Mr Ishwar Singh Siwach, Mr Shamsher Singh and Mr Balraj Singh; general secretary Mr Krishan Kumar; deputy general secretary- Mr Mahavir Sharma; and finance secretary Mr Payare Lal.
SUICIDE: Vinod Kumar, an employee of the Haryana Sheet Glass Factory, committed suicide by consuming poison in his house at Biswan Meel Colony, 20 km from here, on Saturday. According to the police, the victim belonged to U.P. The cause of the suicide is not known.
CASES SOLVED: As many as 926 cases were settled in a Lok Adalat held by the District Legal Services Authority here on Saturday. Mr S.K. Sardana, District Sessions Judge, presided over the adalat. According to official sources, Mr Sudhir Rajpal, Deputy Commissioner, also held an adalat and solved 100 cases on the spot.
WATER CRISIS: The district units of the Janvadi Mahila Samiti and the CITU on Sunday expressed concern over the water crisis in the Old DC road area and threatened to organise a matka phor demonstration in front of the Deputy Commissioners office on Friday in case the problem was not solved.
DIRECTED: Two persons of
Alikan village were directed by the local court to pay a
monthly allowance to their mother. According to
information, Dev Kaur had filed a petition in the court
demanding a monthly allowance from her two sons
Parkash and Saminder. Both the sons she claimed earned
more than Rs 2 lakh per annum. The court ordered Parkash
and Saminder to give her Rs 400 each as monthly living
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