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Police fails to get Bheora’s
production warrants

Chandigarh, March 27
The Chandigarh Police got an egg on its face today with a local court denying it the production warrant of the Babbar Khalsa International operations chief, Paramjeet Singh Bheora.

VLCC fails weight loss promise, told to refund money
Chandigarh, March 27
The alleged misleading advertisements by Vandana Luthra Curls and Curves has cost the beauty and slimming centre dear with the District Forum-I, Chandigarh, today holding it guilty of deficiency and negligence in failing to deliver the promised results of 20 kg weight loss to a complainant.

Court records statement through video-conferencing
Patiala, March 27
The court of the Special Judge, CBI, Punjab, recorded the statement of a witness staying in Dubai by way of video conferencing here today.

 

 


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Man posing as CBI officer held
Chandigarh, March 27
In a major breakthrough, the Chandigarh Police today claimed to have recovered two stolen cars, three laptops, 18 mobile phones, a motorcycle and a scooter besides several other electronic appliances from an impersonator, who was nabbed last Friday, posing as the personal security officer-cum-driver of the Director, Central Bureau of Investigation.

Chandigarh Calling
Keeping law at Matka Chowk
Fascinating duty! Lined up to protect public property and thwart forcefulness, what with their 'preventive' regalia, the 'keepers of law' seem totally captivated by the goings on. A protest rally organised at Matka Chowk by the UT employees last week had the police listening in, fully focussed! Perhaps there were some points covering their grievances as well-after all support can come from the most unexpected 'belligerent' quarters, all you need to do is pin your ears back!.

 
COMMUNITY

Teaching rural women art of embroidery
Chandigarh, March 27
From the banners hanging across the entrance of a Sector 22 hotel, it appears to be just another exhibition-cum-sale of apparel by some young entrepreneur, except that the show has the name “Madhuban” attached to it.

SP Singh elected vice-chairman of DSOI panel
Chandigarh, March 27
Capt S.P. Singh (retd) has been elected as vice chairman of the managing committee of the Defence Services Officers Institute, Sector 36, here.

Footpath workers hold demonstration
Chandigarh, March 27
The Footpath Workers Ekta Samiti today protested against the Municipal Corporation Commissioner, Mr P .S. Aujla.

Tribune scribe bereaved
Chandigarh, March 27
Mr Tej Kumar Kapila, father of Ms Shivani Bhakoo, Tribune Reporter at Ludhiana, breathed his last, after a brief illness, today.

 
CRIME

Three youths held
Chandigarh, March 27
The police arrested three youngsters Amit, Abhishek and Gurkirpal of Sector 44 on the charge of outraging the modesty of a girl in Sector 44 on Friday.

EDUCATION

Stephen’s School boasts of hi-tech auditorium
Chandigarh, March 27
It is a clear-cut mantra—simply the best. For Harold Carver, the man at the helm of affairs at St Stephen’s School, Sector 45, there is no question of a compromise for he is here to provide “first-class infrastructure” to his students so that they are able to “go out into the world with their heads held high”.

 
HEALTH

Workshop at PGI on April 2
Chandigarh, March 27
Nearly 3,500 cases at the PGI in the last 10 years and still counting; families of patients suffering from neuro development disorders keeps getting bigger and the list longer.

80 persons examined at gynae camp
Mohali, March 27
A free gynaecology check-up camp for infertile couples was held at Dr Sodhi’s Health Care Centre here by Dr Lavleen Kaur (gynaecologist and laparoscopic surgeon) and Dr Nirmal Bhasin (embryologist). A total of 80 patients were examined in the camp.

229 donate blood at Landran
Mohali, March 27
Students and staff of Chandigarh Group of Colleges, Landran (Mohali) participated in a blood donation camp organised here by the Deptt of Transfusion Medicine, PGI Chandigarh.


 
SPORTS

MCM wins Bains trophy for 10th year
Chandigarh, March 27
MCM DAV College for Women, Chandigarh, was awarded the Panjab University General Efficiency Sports Shield (Principal Bains Trophy) for the 10th year in succession during the annual sports prize distribution function held on its premises here today.

Rally by blind persons
Chandigarh, March 27
The National Federation of Blind (Haryana branch) today held a rally and staged a dharna at the Matka Chowk.

Sahi wins Airtel golf tourney
Chandigarh, March 27
Ms Dalbir Sahi was declared the winner in the women’s category with 13 points while in the children camp Karandeep Singh led with 17 points in the CGA Airtel open pitch and put golf tournament held at the Golf Course here today.

CFC football champions
Chandigarh, March 27
The Chandigarh Football Club has added one more feather to its cap by winning Shaheed Bhagat Singh Memorial Football Tournament-2006.

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