Arrested: The Nahian Wala police arrested Charan Singh of Rai Singh Nagar (Rajasthan), in whose possession prohibited medicines, procured illegally, were found at Nahian Wala village on Sunday. Police said the accused was carrying 2,400 tablets and nine injections. He was allegedly a supplier of prohibited drugs. A case under the Indian Medical Act had been registered against the accused.
World Obesity Day observed: Free medical camp, diet counselling, stress test, body composition analysis were organised by VLCC to mark the World Obesity Day, here on Monday. Giving details, centre manager (Bathinda), VLCC, Ramandeep Kaur, said that for new customers, a discount of 40 per cent and other benefits would be given till November 30.
Art of Living : The Art of Living would hold one-day camp at Jain Sathanak Hall here on November 27.
Homoeopathic camp: Local chapter of the Lions Club would hold one-day free homoeopathic camp in memory of Rattan Chand Monga at village Dhudi on November 27.
Rehabilitation aids distribution function: The District Disablility Rehabilitation Centre (DDRC) and the Rotary Club, Malerkotla, jointly organised a rehabilitation aids distribution function at the Malerkotla Club here on Sunday. Sangrur deputy commissioner V. K. Ohri was the chief guest while Sangrur ADC Dr Indu presided over the function.According to Amjad Ali, president of the local Rotary Club, more than a 100 disabled persons were examined at the camp and rehabilitation aids were distributed to needy persons.
Awarded: Dr Jai Kishan, head and director of state, TB Training and Demonstration Centre of Government College, Patiala, was given the best poster award for his presentation in the poster session of tuberculosis treatment. The award was given during the 9th Joint National Conference of India Chest Society and National College of Chest Physicians, held at the PGI, Chandigarh. Dr Kishan was also unanimously elected councillor of National Colleges of Chest Physicians for two years.
AMBALA Road safety week: Road safety week will be observed in Ambala district from December 3 to 10 in order to check traffic violations. This was stated by deputy commissioner of Ambala Mohammad Shayin on Monday. He said seven teams of
HCS, revenue and police officers had been constituted to ensure effective and stringent checking in the areas allotted to them.
Road safety week: Road safety week will be observed in Ambala district from December 3 to 10 in order to check traffic violations. This was stated by deputy commissioner of Ambala Mohammad Shayin on Monday. He said seven teams of HCS, revenue and police officers had been constituted to ensure effective and stringent checking in the areas allotted to them.
Attempt to suicide: Geeta Devi (31), a safai karamchari, was admitted to the regional hospital with 45 per cent burns on Sunday. Police sources said an attempt to suicide case was registered as per the statements of the victim, her son and daughter. Surprisingly, the victim urged the police to take her revised statement vide which she wanted to blame that she was burnt by someone and it was not an accident or a suicidal attempt. Police sources said she was a divorcee and was staying with one Rajesh, a Nepali. The police said investigations were on.