Blood donation: A blood donation camp was organised at Giani Zail Singh Engineering College, Bathinda, with the help of the Asra Welfare Society on Thursday. Around 200 units of blood was collected today.
Appointed: Arun Kumar Oraon was today appointed DIG, Vigilance Bureau (economic offences wing). An order to this effect was issued by the Punjab government.
BSNL’s validity vouchers: Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has introduced three validity vouchers under pre-paid cellular services. While a validity voucher of Rs 150 offers a talk time of Rs 50 with validity of 90 days, voucher of Rs 250 offers talk time of Rs 60 with validity of 180 days and voucher of Rs 350 gives a talk time of Rs 70 for 365 days, according to a press note. The BSNL has also introduced a new broadband home plan-125. The bandwidth will be 256 kbps up to 2 Mbps. The monthly charges will be Rs 125 with download and upload limit per month of 150 MB.
Better surgery: Dr Gurvinder Singh Jammu, a private laproscopic, general and cancer surgery specialist, announced the installation of highest-ever resolution camera system for advanced laproscopic surgery at Jammu Hospital. He said the new device showed better results in image display and acquisition ensuring optimal diagnosis.
Man booked for wife’s murder: The Dhar Kalan police booked a man on Thursday for allegedly murdering his wife. According to the police, Kunj Lal of Goli of Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, had lodged a complaint that his sister Rani had been murdered by her husband Amar Nath of Dunera of police station Dhar Kalan by strangulating her . A domestic dispute was stated to be the reason behind the murder.
Mega mall: Vishal retail house is set to launch a mega mall in Pinjore. This will be sixth branch of the outlet in Haryana after Gurgaon, Hisar, Panchkula, Karnal and Sirsa. The store will come up on the Kalka-Shimla road, near the Railway Crossing.
Thefts: Thieves decamped with valuables lying inside two cars after breaking their windowpanes on Thursday. A purse was stolen from Raveen Seth’s, a resident of Sector 4, car while the laptop of Maneesh, a resident of Sector 21, was stolen in similar fashion from Sector 9.
FATEHABAD Blood donation camp:
The Indian National Lok Dal on Thursday organised a blood donation camp at the local Sobh Raj Batra Dharmashala on the occasion of the birth anniversary of Ajay Singh Chautala. INLD leaders Swatantar Bala Chaudhary, Krishana Poonia, Nishan Singh, Atam Parkash Batra and Kuljit Singh were present on the occasion. Rewari YAMUNANAGAR
Blood donation camp: The Indian National Lok Dal on Thursday organised a blood donation camp at the local Sobh Raj Batra Dharmashala on the occasion of the birth anniversary of Ajay Singh Chautala. INLD leaders Swatantar Bala Chaudhary, Krishana Poonia, Nishan Singh, Atam Parkash Batra and Kuljit Singh were present on the occasion.
Tibetans’ appeal: The Regional Tibetan Youth Congress has appealed to Olympiad functionaries that the mega game event should not be organised in China. In a communiqué issued on Thursday, the organisation said it was necessary because China had been violating human rights and committing atrocities on innocent Tibetans.
Contests: SP Asif Jalal has said wrestling bouts and Kabaddi competitions would be organised during the state-level Holi festival at Sujanpur Tihra scheduled to be held from March 19 to 21 respectively.