Killed: A motorcyclist, identified as Subhash Chander, a resident of Nihalkhera village, 10 km from here, was killed on way to Mammukhera village when his two-wheeler hit a roadside tree after losing balance, on Monday, the sources said.
Death mourned: Members of the Chandigarh-Punjab union of journalists mourned the death of Ran Singh, a resident of Fatoohikhera village, and expressed sympathies with his son Ajmer Singh Brar, president of the Malout Working Journalists Union.
Girls injured: Two girls, Sofi (19) and Saneha (26), were injured in a tractor-car collision on the Bathinda-Dabwali road on Tuesday. The two were returning from a party in Dabwali.
Snatching: Kulwinder Kumar, a resident of Paras Ram Nagar, reported to the police alleging that Harbhajan Singh of Phus Mandi and Harbhajan Singh of Hazura Kapura Colony here snatched Rs 4,000 and a mobile phone from his possession on Monday. The Police has arrested the accused.
Molestation: Jagga Singh lodged a complaint with the Sangat police alleging that Deepa Singh and Karamjit Singh, both residents of Jassi Bag Wali village, entered his house on the Monday night and molested his daughter. The police sources said the girl was sleeping with her family members when the accused entered the house and committed the crime.
Victory: Sachin of DPS Rohtak scored 39 runs and guided the team to victory defeating DPS Hissar by 84 runs on the second day of Inter DPS North Zone I (under-14) cricket matches. In the second match that was played at the Government Rajindra College, DPS Jammu thrashed DPS Palval by 90 runs. While in the third match between DPS Srinagar and DPS Amritsar, the latter won by 111 runs. A total of three matches were played on the day at two venues, Govt Rajindra College and DPS Bathinda.
4 injured: Four persons were injured in a road mishap between a car and truck, at Bathinda-Malout road near a cement factory here this morning. In the head-on collision, the truck rammed into the car. The injured were identified as Avinash Kumar (32), Pardeep Kumar (28), Kuldeep (19) and Vipan (35), all belonging to Bathinda.
School games: Sarabjit Singh won the 800m under-19 event on the opening day of the two-day 53rd District Bathinda Schools Tournament which started at sports stadium, Bathinda today.
Tributes to Nehru: Addressing a function organised in connection with the celebration of the birth anniversary of Pt Jawahar Lal Nehru at Hajipur, the union state minister for industries Ashwani Kumar paid rich tributes to the former Prime Minister and said he was an architect of modern India and played a major role in the development of the country. Talking about the ongoing situation in the country, he said Congress was the only secular party which had always worked above the petty party politics and in the interest of the country.
Timings changed: DC Ajeet Singh Pannu has ordered change of timings of sangat darshan programme held every Tuesday in the district administrative complex. He said owing to change in weather, the new timings from next Tuesday would be 10.30 am to 12 noon so that people from far-flung areas could reach the complex to put forth their grievances.
ROLL NOS: The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has issued admission certificates (roll numbers) to all eligible candidates for the deputy field officer (tele) examination-2007, scheduled to be held on November 17.
VIGILANCE WEEK: Vigilance Awareness Week is being observed by Kribhco at KRIBCHO Bhawan from November 12 to 16. Kribhco staff took oath to become vigilant and to bring transparency in day to day working. The programmes like group discussions, cooperative conferences etc will be conducted.
Voter cards: Photo identity cards of remaining voters, whose names are already included in the voter list, will be prepared between November 15 and 30. Information in this regard would be available from office of district election officer on phone number 222472 and the SDM offices at Bilaspur and Ghumarwin at phone numbers 224798 and 255227. A notification issued by district election officer-cum-DC Devesh Kumar said any mistakes in earlier made photo identity cards would also be corrected during this period.