Property stolen: The Sidhwan Bet police has registered a case under Section 379 of the IPC against Charanjit Singh of Bahadurke on the charge of stealing one water pump worth Rs. 2500 belonging to Mukhtiar Singh of Bahadurke. In similar case, some unknown miscreant allegedly stole two electric motors costing Rs. 15000 from Burj Lambran
village. The Humbran police has registered a case.
4 held with poppy
husk: The Sudhar police has registered a case under Sections 15, 61, 85 of the NDPS Act against Dilwara Singh, alias Gandhi, Sadhu Singh, alias, Sadhi of Ballowal, Kala and Fauji and reportedly recovered 15 kg of poppy husk from them on Thursday.
injured: Manjinder Singh of Atam Nagar, Jagraon, was injured when his scooter was hit by a car near Agwar Gujjran. The injured has been admitted to DMC&H Ludhiana. The has registered a case under Sections 279, 337, 338, 427 of the IPC against the driver of the car.
6 booked for assault: The Jagraon police has registered a case under Sections 341, 325, 294, 506, 148 and 149 of the IPC against Bittu Brar, Jaggi, Verma and two other unknown persons on the charge of assaulting Harjap Singh of Gureh at a marriage palace here during sankalp yatra organised by the Youth Congress.
RESIGNATION SOUGHT: The Indian Ex-services League, Punjab and Chandigarh, president Lt Col Chanan Singh Dhillon (retired) on Wednesday asked the Director Sainik Welfare Board Punjab to resign. Col Dhillon said allegations of sexual harassment had been levelled against the Director by the widow of an Armyman.
NSS DAY: National integration and communal harmony day was organised during the 10-day NSS camp by the NSS department of the government college Malerkotla here on Wednesday. The guidance of Dr Mohd Iqbal, NSS coordinator of the college, pledged to fight divisive and anti-social elements and strive for communal harmony and service. A blood donation camp was also organised on the occasion.
Residents’ resentment: Residents of the gali No 2, New Teachers Colony, have expressed resentment over lack of basic civic amenities. Despite depositing ‘development charges’ with the local municipal council before the construction of their houses no streets, drains and streetlights have been provided. Mr Lalit Mohan Pathak, president, municipal council, when contacted, said tender for the development works had been cleared.
B.Ed forms: Mr Jujhar Singh Sahungra and Mr Gurdial Mann, general secretary and press secretary, respectively of the district unit of
Be-Rojgar B.Ed Adhiyapak Front, in a press statement on Wednesday alleged that teachers had been facing inconvenience in submitting their on-line applications with C-DAC due to the alleged non-availability of the sites. The posts of B.Ed teachers were advertised on December 22 and the last date of submission of on-line applications is December 31.
Man crushed: An unidentified person, aged about 50, was crushed under the Janseva Express at Phagwara railway station here on Wednesday. The railway police has sent the body of the deceased to the local Civil Hospital for a post-mortem examination and identification.
Car stolen: Mr Atul Mahajan, a resident of Railway Road, here reported to the police that his Indica car (PB-36-D-0606) was stolen on Wednesday. A case under Section 379 of the IPC has been registered at the City police station.
Specialist doctors: The PCMS Specialist Doctors’ Association in a memorandum to Chief Minister Amarinder Singh demanded facilities on a par with central government health services. The association said specialist doctors working in PCMS in the state performed specialist work but paid lower salaries than their counterparts in the Central Government Health Services. It demanded advance increments for doctor specialists.
seized: The Jhabal police recovered two country-made pistols and a rifle one Tata Sumo and a motorcycle from two barriers in the area on Tuesday night. The accused were identified as Jaswant Singh, Natha Singh and Heera Singh of Manochahal village Sukhdev Singh of Harike and Dilbagh Singh of village