Tuesday, May 27, 2003, Chandigarh, India

 

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Aryan hockey league
Our Sports Reporter

Ludhiana, May 26
Surjit XI and Bhupinder XI began their campaign on a sound note registering wins in the Hot Weather Six-a Side Hockey League Tournament being organised by the Aryan Club at the Prithipal hockey Stadium of Punjab Agricultural University here today. Surjit XI prevailed upon Mohinder Partap Singh Grewal XI 1-0 and Bhupinder XI got the better of Prithipal XI 2-1.

In the first match, Surjit XIís captain Harmohinder Pal struck in the fifth minute while in the match between Bhupinder XI and Prithipal XI, the former went into an early lead (first minute) through Dalvinder Singh and two minutes later, skipper Lakhwinder Singh consolidated the lead 2-0. Later, Hardeep Singh Neeta of Prithipal XI reduced the margin to 2-1.

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Two ASIs challaned
Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, May 26
Two ASIs of the local police were publicly reprimanded and challaned by the city SSP, Mr H.S. Sidhu, near Fountain Chowk today morning when the two were found riding a scooter without wearing helmets.

The police was tight-lipped about the identity of the police officers. In the afternoon, a number of Ďnakasí were set up in several parts of the city to challan traffic violators.

Mr Sidhu, in a message through the wireless system, also gave a stern warning to the cops of stringent action against them, if he found anyone violating traffic laws. He said not only the violators, but also the police personnel, who did not take action against such cops, would be punished.

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Slaughter houses to be raided
Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, May 26
After the local police submitted an inquiry report denying the allegations of the PFA that animal slaughtering was going in the open here, the Punjab State Human Rights Commission (PHRC) has directed the localChief Sanitary Inspector to check the practice.

In its order the PHRC has asked the PFA to fix a date with Mr Charanjit Sachdeva, Chief Sanitary Inspector, who will conduct the raids and provide the requisite staff to check the practice and take action as per the law. The commission has also given directions to the SSP in this regard.

Stating that the slaughtering of animals amounted to violation of human rights, the PHRC stated that if after the raids such practices continued then the municipal corporation would have to take strict action and also ensure that such practices discontinued. The commission has asked the PFA to submit the next action report on June 6. 

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