IMA to boycott erring doctors: The Indian Medical Association, Banga, has decided to boycott those indulging in sex determination tests and female foeticide and to pass on information on anyone approaching them for this purpose to the Civil Surgeon and the police.
Four arrested with charas: The police has arrested four drug peddlers, Gambir Singh, Jas Bahadur, Khal Bahadur and Raj Kumar, residents of Kulu and has recovered 4.2 kg charas from them, according to the SSP Mr Paramraj Singh Umranangal. A case under the NDPS Act had been registered against the accused, he said. — OC
Vanamahotsava : The local market committee celebrated Vanamahotsava. More than 500 saplings were planted in compounds of several schools, colleges and cooperative societies.
Mr Karan Singh has been appointed as Senior Divisional Commercial Manager, Ambala Railway Division. He is a 1998 batch officer of the Indian Railway and Traffic Service. He replaces Mr M.S.
City areas flooded: The claims of the local municipal council proved a bundle of lies when most parts of the city were flooded following heavy rain on Wednesday. In the last week of June the city residents had suffered a loss of crores of rupees when the water of pre-monsoon showers entered their houses and godowns. The municipal committee officials had at that time assured people that the sewerage system had been revamped and the situation would not arise again.