Sr IT Appellate member retires: After 38-year-long service in the Department of Income Tax and presently retiring as member, Income Tax Appellate Tribunal, Amritsar Bench, Joginder Pall described his stint as satisfying and a rewarding experience. Pall said his four-decade-long government service had been a tremendous learning experience as many of his landmark judgements had been reported in Income Tax Reporter and similar journals.
Honoured: A social organisation, Goodwill Society, at the prize distribution function held on Goodwill School premises on Monday honoured Hari Ram and Jagmohan Kaushal for their contributions towards society.
Farewell Party: The students of Guru Nanak Dev Public Senior Secondary School here held a party to bid adieu to the students of class X and XII on Tuesday.
Conference: Farmers of Mansa will hold a farmers’ conference on February 28 to demand for a reasonable price for the acquired land and 80 per cent employment in the proposed thermal plant which is to be established on the acquired land. Informing about this, district general secretary of the Punjab Kissan Union, Balkaran Balli, said that farmers would also demand for the rejection of cases, which were registered against the protesting farmers.
Migrant run over: A migrant labourer was crushed to death under Unchahar Express on Tuesday. The deceased has been identified as Girish (23), a resident of Bartana village. According to the police, as the head of the deceased was found severed, it was suspected that he had committed suicide. The GRP has registered a case.
Robbery: A local resident lost over Rs 3.5 lakh when thieves broke the window pane of his car and took away the bag containing the money here on Tuesday. According to the police, the victim Ashok Powar parked his Skoda car in the market. When he returned, he found that the glass of the car was damaged and the bag lying in the car was missing. Ashok, who is a property dealer, reported that the bag contained Rs 3.5 lakh.
CHANDIGARH Registers of notaries: The Haryana government has asked all sub-divisional officers (civil) to immediately inspect the registers of notaries in their respective jurisdictions. The government has also appointed the block development and panchayat officers (BDPOs) posted in the blocks as special executive magistrates within their respective jurisdictions. HISAR KURUKSHETRA SONEPAT
Registers of notaries: The Haryana government has asked all sub-divisional officers (civil) to immediately inspect the registers of notaries in their respective jurisdictions. The government has also appointed the block development and panchayat officers (BDPOs) posted in the blocks as special executive magistrates within their respective jurisdictions.
BILASPUR DHARAMSALA Nurpur