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PUNJAB

Abohar
Five arrested:
The police on Friday arrested Makhan Singh, Sukhpal Singh and Gurtej Singh Kalanwali, kingpins of an inter-state opium smuggling gang, and seized 10 kg of opium and a countrymade pistol at the Abohar - Sriganganagar border. The accused were already facing trial for offences under the NDPS Act and after getting bail had resumed the activities. In another incident, the police arrested Ashok Kumar and Raj Kumar, residents of Indira Nagri here, as they were planning a robbery. The police recovered a countrymade pistol with live cartridges from their possession.

Amritsar
Effigy burnt
: Members of the local chapter of the Computer Teachers Union burnt the effigy of the Education Minister Harnam Das Johar here on Friday. The computer teachers, who are employed by the government on contractual basis, demanded regularisation. Earlier, they held a meeting and carried out a protest march.

Batala
Man run over by truck
: Harnam Dass, a resident of Gandhi Camp, was run over by a truck on Saturday morning near the railway crossing on the Batala-Gurdaspur Road. The victim died on the spot. The victim’s relatives blocked traffic as a protest against the inaction of the policemen at the nearby police post which allowed the truck driver to get away. DSP Naresh Kumar suspended the policemen on duty at the police post. A case has been registered.

Nawanshahr
3 killed in mishap
: Three persons — Inderjit Singh, his wife Sukhwinder Kaur and Dilbagh Singh— were killed and many as nine persons were injured when a Maruti Zen car and a Tata Safari collided at Banga on Friday.

Ayurvedic camp: Raja Diagnostic Centre and Hospital here is organising a free Ayurvedic camp at Jain Upasra on Sunday for the treatment of chronic diseases like arthritis, obesity, diabetes, blood pressure, stress, cervical pains, skin disorders etc. Free medicines would also be distributed to the patients.

Gurmat Chetna camp: Guru Nanak Mission Medical and Educational Trust, Dhahan Kaleran, organised a three-day ‘Gurmat Chetna’ camp at Dhahan Kaleran, about 20 km from here, to mark the 400th anniversary of Guru Arjun Dev. Mr Sukhdev Singh Bhaur, general-secretary, SGPC, inaugurated the camp. A documentary film ‘Rehat Piari Mujhko’ and a slide show on the life, philosophy and teachings of the ten Gurus were also shown.

Workshop: A workshop on “Impact of adverse sex ratio on development of Punjab” was organised jointly by the Regional Resource Centre in collaboration with the district administration and NGOs’ coordination society, Upkar and Punjab Voluntary Health Association here at Shivalik Public School on Friday. Ms Sarita, in-charge of the women wing of Upkar, presided over the workshop. A group discussion for identifying practical solutions at community, district and state level was also held.
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CHANDIGARH

Panchkula
Elected:
The following have been elected office-bearers of the Shri Sanatan Dharam Sabha, Sector 27, Panchkula: Ms S.P. Goel, president; Mr R.P. Tiwari, general secretary; and Mr K.K. Joshi, finance secretary.
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HARYANA

Bhiwani
4 robbers held
: The police arrested four miscreants on the charge of looting a medical practitioner, Dr Ravinder Mittal, at his hospital-cum-residence on June 4 at Birhi Kalan village under Charkhi Dadri subdivision. They were produced in court here on Friday and were remanded in two-day police custody. The accused allegedly took away cash totalling Rs 1 lakh and jewellery worth Rs 2 lakh.

Sonepat
2 killed in mishaps
: A labourer was killed and a truck driver seriously injured when a mini truck collided with a bus on the GT Road near Murthal Chowk here on Friday night, the police said. In another incident, an unidentified man was run over by a goods train near Ganaur railway station here on Saturday.

YAMUNANAGAR
Two killed: Sanjay (24), a local resident, was killed after his scooter was hit by a vehicle on the Saharanpur-Kurukshetra road on Saturday. Shailender, who was riding pillion, was admitted to hospital. In another accident, Gulshan of Aurangabad village died after the tractor-trailer he was driving overturned near the ITI (Jagadhri) on Saturday. He died on the spot.
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