Cop shot at: Head constable Gurwinder Singh posted at the Police Lines here was shot at by two unidentified persons, while he was going for a morning walk near B. L.
Kashav, an under construction building, here on Friday. He was injured in the incident and admitted to hospital.The police has rounded up two persons, Gurmit Singh and Surinder Singh of Rana Garden, and his neighbour in this regard. A case has been registered. BARNALA
Teenager injured: Harjodh Singh (17), son of Dr. Surinder Pal of Bulhowal, was seriously injured when a speedy vehicle hit his motorcycle near the village about 12 kms from here at about 5.30 pm on Friday. Harjodh has been referred to Jalandhar under serious conditions.
Decision flayed: The Punjab Pradesh Chemists Association (PPCA) has criticised the decision of health and family welfare minister Laxmi Kanta Chawla to appoint government doctors against vacant posts of drug inspector. President and chief adviser of the association Surjit Mehta and Dharambir Kapur, respectively, said here on Thursday there was no justification in appointing a microbiologist doctor against the vacant posts.
Labourer dies: A labourer of the Himachal Pradesh Public Works Department died near Ghurenka village in Bharmour tribal subdivision on Thursday. The labourer identified as Megha Ram was going to his place of work, passing through the steep hillside, from where his feet slipped and he fell 30 metres down into the gorge and died on the spot. The police recovered the body of the deceased. After an autopsy the body was handed over to his family.
Memorandum: Agitated trainees of the Himachal Pradesh State JBT Trainees Federation on Thursday submitted a memorandum to the state government through the DC demanding the deviation of the condition of filling up a bond agreement for their appointment on contract basis for 5 years. President of the federation Uttam Chand urged the government to dilute the condition of the bond and make provision of providing regular appointments. He said the bond envisaged contractual appointments for five years which was not acceptable to them.