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Report power theft, get Rs 50,000
Fatehabad, February 17
The Dakshin Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam (DHBVN) has increased the maximum and minimum amount of prize under its on going theft informer scheme from Rs 25,000 to Rs 50,000 and from Rs 500 to Rs 1,000, respectively.

NRI robbed of his belongings
Panipat, February 17
An NRI was robbed of his belongings and left unconscious by highway robbers while he was on his way to Tanda in Punjab from Delhi to attend a marriage ceremony.

Man held in dowry case
Fatehabad, February 17
The police today arrested a man allegedly for harassing his wife for bringing insufficient dowry. Balwinder Kaur, daughter of Bachchan Singh of Bhundra village in this district, has lodged an FIR with the police in this regard.

Prize distribution function at DAV
Ambala, February 17
Murlidhar DAV Public School organized its annual prize distribution function on the school premises today evening. The director, Public Schools DAV Managing Committee, Mr M.L. Aeri was the chief guest on this occasion. The Chairman of local DAV school, Mr Rajinder Nath and the manager of the school, Mr J.S. Nain were also present on this occasion.


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Report power theft, get Rs 50,000
Sushil Manav

Fatehabad, February 17
The Dakshin Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam (DHBVN) has increased the maximum and minimum amount of prize under its on going theft informer scheme from Rs 25,000 to Rs 50,000 and from Rs 500 to Rs 1,000, respectively.

A spokesman of the Nigam said here today that the board had decided to double the prize money keeping in view the good response from the informers.

The board has, so far, detected power theft of Rs 1 crore under this scheme, the spokesman claimed.

He said to avail the benefit under this scheme any person without disclosing his identity could inform the Nigam about the power theft. The complainant may give some secret code instead of revealing his identity, he said, adding that on receiving information, the officials would give a unique registration number of the information.

On detection of the theft, a minimum amount of Rs 1,000 shall be given immediately to the informer on providing secret codeword and the complaint number.

If the Nigam is able to recover the assessed theft amount, 20 per cent of the amount realised, subject to maximum of Rs 50,000, shall be given to the informer on providing correct secret codeword and the complaint number. The complainantís identity, he said, would not be disclosed at any stage.

The information can be given on toll free telephone number 18001801011 or 01662-221527 or email at hookacrook4dhbvn@gmail.com or hookacrook4dhbvn@yahoo.com.

The spokesman said 5 per cent of the amount realised, subject to maximum Rs 10,000 per case, would be given equally to the members of the raiding party.

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NRI robbed of his belongings

Panipat, February 17
An NRI was robbed of his belongings and left unconscious by highway robbers while he was on his way to Tanda in Punjab from Delhi to attend a marriage ceremony. The victim was hospitalised by the local police and he regained conscious yesterday. ó TNS

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Man held in dowry case

Fatehabad, February 17
The police today arrested a man allegedly for harassing his wife for bringing insufficient dowry.

Balwinder Kaur, daughter of Bachchan Singh of Bhundra village in this district, has lodged an FIR with the police in this regard.

The woman said she was married to Raju, son of Kartar Singh of Bhiwani, seven years ago. She had a daughter from that marriage. She alleged that Raju had been harassing her for bringing scooter and cash from her parents.

Now, she alleged, when her husband deserted her she was forced to report the matter to the police. ó OC

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Prize distribution function at DAV
Our Correspondent

Ambala, February 17
Murlidhar DAV Public School organized its annual prize distribution function on the school premises today evening. The director, Public Schools DAV Managing Committee, Mr M.L. Aeri was the chief guest on this occasion. The Chairman of local DAV school, Mr Rajinder Nath and the manager of the school, Mr J.S. Nain were also present on this occasion.

Mr Aeri while lauding the role of DAV Public Schools said that the DAV institutions had made its significant identity in the field of education in the country. He said that besides academic education moral and ethics were also taught to students. He said that the DAV Public Schools had been providing best education the public school sector. He asked the students to take active part in sports and cultural activities too for their all-round development.

The Principal of the school, Ms Reena Nagrath, read the annual report of the school. She said the guardians of the city felt proud to send their education in DAV institutions. Mr Rajinder Nath and Mr J.S. Nain also addressed the students and asked them to work hard to achieve their goal of life.

The students presented a colourful cultural programme on this occasion. Rajsthani dance, Haryanvi dance and patriotic drama Desh Rangeela were appreciated by the audiences. Several students were also honoured for their achievements.

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