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Lalru residents face potable water problem
Our Correspondent

A tubewell of the Public Health Department that has become defunct due to polluted water at Lalru
A tubewell of the Public Health Department that has become defunct due to polluted water at Lalru. A Tribune photograph

Dera Bassi, April 29
Residents of Lalru village are facing potable water problem due to polluted water. According to information, a tubewell of the Public Health Department was supplying defected water for the past some days and the residents were getting dirty water from the pipes of the tubewell. When the villagers complained to the department concerned, then tested the sample of water and disconnected the supply.

Officials of the Public Health Department expressed doubt that the sewage of any industry was getting mixed in the water of the tubewell and that it could pollute the water. This tubewell is situated near a drain in Lalru in which sewage of factories flows.

The defecting of tubewell had led to the serious dinking water problem in the village The tubewell was supplying water to 40 per cent of the village population. Currently, serious water problem is there.

Meanwhile, Anil kumar, SDO, Public Health, admitted that due to some reason water of the tubewell was polluted and the supply had been disconnected. Efforts are being made to improve the quality of water through new techniques by involving big tubewell companies. He also expressed doubt whether the water was polluted due to the flowing of sewage from factories in the nearby drain.



Factory workers allege shifting of machines by owners
Parmod Mehta

Dera Bassi, April 29
Factory workers of PL Goyals and Sons, Dappar, today alleged that the factory owners had been trying to shift the machines from factory premises despite a case pending in the court of Assistant Labour Commissioner Mohali.

Amrit Lal, president of workers union, alleged that they had filed a complaint in the court of the Assistant Labour Commissioner, Mohali, for getting their dues that was worth crores. The factory owners had deposited some dues in the mentioned court but a case was pending.

The factory management had pasted a notice for selling factory in March 2010 and the factory was locked. The workers expressed doubt that the factory owners had been shifting machines and the police and the administration were not taking any step to stop the factory management from shifting the machines.

Meanwhile, factory owner Anil Goyal denied from the charges of shifting machines to another place. He alleged that some out side union leaders had been misguiding the workers. He said that notices regarding the closing of factory had been sent to all workers.

Lehli chowki in charge Gurmail Singh said he had received the complaint of workers and the factory management was asked not to shift machines because a case was pending in the labour court, Mohali.



Relief for natural calamity victims
Surinder Bhardwaj

Bassi Pathana, April 29
The local market committee today organised a function to compensate the families of the victims of natural calamity and those who became physically challanged. Jagdeep Singh Cheema, District president SAD(B), was the chief guest, where as Bibi Satwinder Kaur Dhaliwal, chairperson the district planning board presided over the function.

Addressing the function, Cheema said that the government was committed to every section of society. He said the government had directed all market committees to identify the victims and to provide them compensation, so that their family members could run their lives smoothly.

On this occasion, the family members of Hardit Singh, resident of Kandipur, were handed over a cheque of Rs 80,000. He died after getting an electric shock, while repairing his electric motor in his fields.

Bhupinder Singh, Secretary, market committee, said that the local MC had earmarked Rs 50 lakh for the development purpose and Rs 3 lakh for the welfare of the families of the victims.



MM varsity student murdered
Tribune News Service

Ambala, April 29
A 21-year-old BTech student of Maharishi Markandeshwar University, Mullana was allegedly killed last night by other students of the varsity in Holi village near Mullana near here. According to police sources, Amit Malk was beaten with sticks and attacked with sharp-edged weapons by a group of eight students. The motive behind the murder is said to be old enmity.

The deceased was a resident of Bhansa village in Sonepat district and was staying in rented accommodation in Mullana. Officials at MM Hospital said the boy was dead when he was brought to the hospital. A team of doctors led by Dr OP Aggarwal, professor & head of forensic science, conducted a postmortem examination on the body after which it was handed over to Amit’s parents today.

The police has filed a case against nine people including Aveesh Dhayia, Deepak, Dhanker, Deepak Yadav, Mahesh, Sameep, Goldi, Varinder, Ashok and the head of security at MM University. No arrests have been made so far.



Residents submit memo to MC official
Our Correspondent

Dera Bassi, April 29
Women of ward No 3 here today registered a protest against poor water supply and submitted a memorandum to Bhusan Garg, Executive Officer, Municipal Council. The women of street 9and 10 ward No 3 led by usha Rani visited the municipal council office and told the Executive Officer that they had been receiving poor supply of water for the ast few days due to blockage in water supply pipes.

Meanwhile, the Executive Officer assured them that time of water supply would be increased and blockage of water supply pipes would be checked out.



Bank manager booked

Kharar, April 29
The Kharar police has booked the manager of HDFC bank, here, for allegedly bungling Rs 85 lakh from two customers’ account using fraudulent means.

In their complaint to HDFC cluster head Lalit Batra, holders of two NRI accounts, have alleged that the manager usurpede Rs 85 lakh. Acting on Batra’s complaint, The police has booked a case against HDFC Bank manager Rupinder Bhateja.

Complainants Amit Mehendiratta and Kusum Chimni had stated that on April 16 they came to know that Bhateja withdrew Rs 85 lakh from the fixed deposits of both complainants. — TNS



Pregnant woman electrocuted
Tribune News Service

Kharar, April 29
A pregnant woman got electrocuted at Balongi here today. In a statement to the police, the victim’s husband, Manoj Kumar, said his 26-year-old wife was spreading clothes on the clothesline outside their jhuggi when she got electrocuted and collapsed. She was taken to the Civil Hospital, Mohali, where she was declared brought dead.

The police has initiated inquest proceedings under Section 174, CrPC.



Three get 1-yr jail for assaulting cop
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, April 29
Civil Judge-cum-Judicial Magistrate Pritpal Singh has sentenced three persons to one-year imprisonment in a 10-year-old case of causing hurt to a public servant. A fine of Rs 1,000 each has also been imposed on them.

Pawan Kumar, Rakesh Singla and Arvind Singla were booked under Sections 332, 353 and 506, read with Section 34, of the Indian Penal Code for assaulting a police official in 1999.

Sub-inspector Jai Prakash had submitted to the court that he was performing his duty at a checkpoint in the market of Sector 15 on October 27, 1999, when he stopped a white colour car with tinted glasses.

The driver, Rakesh Singla, was unable to produce any documents to suggest that he had permission for tinted glasses or produce insurance certificate of the car. His driver’s licence was taken into possession by the police.

The accused also told the police that he was visiting his friend’s place and gave a wrong address.

When he got off to open the boot of the car for checking, the accused fled the scene without taking the challan ticket.

In the meantime, Pawan Kumar Singla approached the police team claiming that they had taken away his son’s purse containing Rs 5,000.

Prakash maintained that Pawan had tried to snatch the wireless set and abused him under the influence of liquor.

Soon Rakesh Singla along with Arvind Singla arrived there and assaulted the sub-inspector.

He alleged that the accused had threatened to kill him but was saved by his colleagues who were also manhandled. During the scuffle, the uniform of the complainant was also torn.



Charges framed against 14 accused
Arun Sharma
Tribune News Service

Panchkula, April 29
A local court framed charges of kidnapping and against 14 accused in the Kalka gang-rape case here today. The accused were arrested after the police rescued a minor girl of Tipra Railway Colony, who was allegedly gangraped on December 22, 2009.

Additional District and Sessions Judge Ritu Garg ordered that the charges should be framed under Section 376-G, 363, 366 against the accused, Neeraj, Pankaj, Karan Saurabh, alias Meenu, Pathan, Punit, Jaswant, Hemant, Bawa, Baldev, Amit, Rinku, Shibu, Rajiv, alias Paharia,

According to the police, the victim was gangraped for three days. In her complaint, the victim had alleged that she had gone to the railway station for some work when the accused took her with them and raped her continuously for three days. She alleged that they threatened her of dire consequences if she told anyone about the incident. Following a tip-off, a police team raided a house at the Railway Colony. However, all accused succeeded to flee before the police arrived.

Later, the police filed a chargesheet against the accused. In the chargesheet, the police had mentioned that on the night of December 22, Panchkula cops had rescued the victim from the Railway Colony.

The accused took her to the railway quarters in Kalka and raped her, said the chargesheet. The next day, the victim was taken to a hotel in Parwanoo (HP) and allegedly raped there. The accused also raped her alongside a river in Parwanoo, said the police in the chargesheet.



Graft Case
Challan filed against Janjua
Tribune News Service

Mohali, April 29
After getting prosecution sanction from the state government, the Punjab Vigilance has filed the challan in corruption case against Vijay Kumar Janjua, Director-cum-Secretary in the Department of Industries and Commerce.

He was arrested in November last year on the alleged charges of accepting a bribe of Rs 2 lakh from a Ludhiana-based industrialist to facilitate allotment of a vacant plot adjoining his existing unit.

The civil servant has been charged under Sections 7 and 13(2) of the Prevention of Corruption Act. The court would now take the case on May 29.

The complainant in the case, TR Mishra, a vice-president of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Ludhiana, had been pursuing since 2001, a case for allotment of a vacant plot adjoining to his existing unit located in Focal Point, Ludhiana. There is a provision in the industrial policy that an industrial unit can ask for allotment of an adjoining industrial plot on payment of the reserve price. In this case, the reserve price was Rs 2,000 per square yard.

On the other hand, Janjua has been alleged that the complainant in the trap case had settled an old score with him.



Man gets 10-yr RI
Tribune News Service

Mohali, April 29
A local court today sentenced a Rajsthan resident,Lekh Raj, to 10 years of rigorous imprisonment in an NDPS case. In September 2008, the accused was arrested with 930 gm of cocaine.

On receiving information, the police had put up a naka on the Kharar-Landran road, near Sante Majra village.

The accused hails from Pakhwari Jurera village in Bharatpur. He has been arrested and booked under Sections 22-61-85 of the NDPS Act. The court has also imposed a fine of Rs 1 lakh.



PU Violence
Accused sent to judicial custody
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, April 29
The Chandigarh Police is trying to trace the source of illegal weapons procured from the students arrested for their alleged involvement in firing at Panjab University Students’ Union (PUSU) president Udey Singh Wirring’s residence in Sector 11 and in other incidents.

Meanwhile, a local court has sent the accused to judicial custody.



Bullet found in woman executive’s bag
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, April 29
Security personnel at the Chandigarh airport barred a woman executive of a construction company from boarding a flight this morning after a bullet was found in her bag. The police was informed about the incident by the airport security staff, which took the women to the police station and grilled her for hours before letting her off.

Sector 31 police station SHO Bakshish Singh said the woman, identified as 30-year-old Meena Sharma of Kharar, told the police that her family friend, a sub inspector in the Punjab police, had used her bag a fortnight ago and might have forgotten the bullet in it.

The SHO said the police officer, sub-inspector Paraminder Singh, posted at Nawanshahr, gave his testimony to the police that the bullet belonged to his official revolver and he had forgotten it in the bag.

Meanwhile, the police has recorded a daily diary report into the incident.

Sources said the bullet was detected during scanning when the woman was about to board a Jet Airways flight to Hyderabad via Delhi.

Meena was embarrassed by the recovery of the bullet from her bag and was barred from boarding the flight.

Meena told the police that she worked with a company dealing with student visas, besides working for a construction enterprise.

Parminder had taken her bag when he was away for some days and then returned it to her four days ago.



Youth held for killing labourer
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, April 29
The police today arrested Deepak Kumar, a resident of Daria village, for his alleged involvement in the murder of a 19-year-old migrant labourer, Pintu, who was stabbed to death at the village on April 24.

Industrial Area police station SHO Dilsher Singh Chandel said Deepak was apprehended from Daria village on a tip-off.

The other accused involved in the murder were still at large and efforts were on to arrest them.

The police identified three of the accused involved in the murder as Khajinder, Goldy and Sumit.

The SHO said the accused were youngsters and belonged to Chandigarh and its adjoining areas.

The victim had an altercation with the accused over a mobile phone, which took a bloody turn.

The police had registered a case of murder and common intension on a complaint lodged by Hardeep Singh, a resident of Daria village.

Pintu, an auto-rickshaw driver, was seriously injured in the assault and was taken to the Government Medical College and Hospital, Sector 32, where he was declared brought dead.



ITBP cop’s wife commits suicide
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, April 29
Tormented by prolonged illness, a 52-year-old woman, wife of an ITBP inspector, allegedly committed suicide by setting herself ablaze at her residence in the ITBP camp, Hallo Majra, here this afternoon.

Though no suicide note was found, the police ruled out foul play saying the house was locked from inside.

Investigating officer Charanjit Singh said the victim had been identified as Kamla Devi.

She had been suffering from a chronic disease and receiving treatment from both the Government Medical College and Hospital, Sector 32, and the PGI, Sector 12.

She used to visit the city for treatment every two months from her native place in Uttaranchal.

She is survived by her husband — inspector Jagbir Singh — a son (who a constable in the ITBP and posted in Madhya Pradesh) and three daughters.

The death came to light around 11.30 am when a mess boy, Gaje Singh, discovered smoke billowing out of the locked house where he had gone to deliver meal.

Gaje informed Jagbir Singh about the incident. Jagbir Singh reached there and they broke open the door.

They found Kamla’s body on the floor in burnt clothes. The police, which was informed about the incident, shifted the body to the Government Multi-Speciality Hospital, Sector 16, and examined the scene.

The investigating officer said Kamla was wearing nylon clothes and her body was charred.

“Though the exact cause of death would only be ascertained in the post-mortem, she appeared to have died due to suffocation. We have informed her children and brothers about the incident and the post-mortem would be conducted after recording the statements,” he said.

The police has seized the record of her treatment she was receiving and initiated inquest proceedings under Section 174 of the Criminal Procedure Code.



Property Dispute
Man held for assaulting Solan SDM’s wife
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, April 29
The police today arrested a resident of Khuda Ali Sher on charges of thrashing and robbing the wife of the sub-divisional magistrate (SDM) of Solan at Khuda Ali Sher village late last night.

The SDM had a dispute with the accused over the ownership of a piece of land on which he was constructing a house.

The police said Tripta, a resident of Dashmesh Nagar, Naya Gaon, and wife of Solan SDM BR Kamal, lodged a complaint alleging that Pala Ram and Naib Singh along with others assaulted her and her son at the construction site around midnight in the village.

She alleged that the accused hurled a stone at her, causing her head injury.

She claimed that the accused threatened her with dire consequences and robbed her of her mobile phone.

She was admitted to the Government Multi-Speciality Hospital, Sector 16.

The Sector-11 police station SHO said Tripta told the police that they had started construction after buying the plot around three months ago.

On the other hand, the accused claimed that they had the registry of the plot and it belonged to them.

Tripta told the police that she had gone to the site along with her son to oversee the construction work that was under way.

A case of causing hurt, criminal intimidation and robbery has been registered against the accused.

The police has arrested Naib Singh in the case and efforts were on to arrest the other accused.



DAV College student attacked
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, April 29
A group of students today allegedly thrashed Robin Singh, a BA III student of the DAV College, in Sector 10 here. According to eyewitnesses, a scuffle broke out outside the college gate when Robin came out after taking an examination.

A group at least five boys attacked him with hockey sticks and rods.

The police was informed about the incident. However, by the time the police reached the scene, the students involved in the clash had fled.

Robin went to the police station late in the evening and lodged a complaint.

Sector 3 police station SHO Mahavir Singh said Robin had lodged a complaint alleging that Arvind and Amit had assaulted him. He suffered minor injuries.

The matter was under investigation, he said.

Sources said the students involved in the scuffle belonged to the Haryana Student Association (HSA) and student rivalry was apparently the reason behind the attack.



Youth found dead in park
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, April 29
Ram Sharma, a 27-year-old resident of Sector 40-A, was found murdered in a park in Sector 40 here this evening. The DSP (South), Jaswant Singh Khaira, said someone informed the police control room about a body lying in a pool of blood in the park. The police took him to hospital where he was declared brought dead.

There was a deep cut on the victim’s hip which was bleeding profusely. No other injury was found on the body. The victim’s trousers, however, had no cut where he was injured. Some blood-stained bandages were found near the body.

The police said the victim was in jail for six months in connection with a snatching case. He was reportedly a drug addict and his family had disowned him.



Five booked for trespass
Tribune News Service

Zirakpur, April 29
The police has booked five persons for trespass on the complaint of Dula Ram, a resident of Himmatgarh, Dhakola. According to police sources, Dula Ram alleged that his son Faquir Chand along with his wife Maya Devi, son Raju, daughter Meena, Kamla entered his house on April 24 and threatened him with dire consequences.

He alleged that they also assaulted him with stick, sources added. He alleged that the accused wanted to take possession of his house.

The investigating officer stated that after conducting a medical examination of the victim a case hadbeen registered against the accused.

Two booked

On the complaint of Gurmeet Singh, a resident of Mohali, the police today booked two persons in a cheating case. The accused have been identified as Jaipal Garg, a resident of MS Enclave and Avtar Singh, a resident of Dashmesh Nagar. The complainant alleged to the police that he entered into an agreement with accused persons for buying 23 bigha and 11 biswa on the cost of Rs 10,900 per square yard on May 12, 2008 and gave Rs 3 lakh as advance and a registry was to be done on June 25, 2008 but later it was found that the land was not in their name.

The investigating officer stated that after proper inquiry into the matter a case had been registered.

Car stolen

Harjit Singh, a resident of Vidya Apartment Golden Enclave, Lohgarh, reported to the police that on April 25 he parked his car Santro bearing registration number HR-01-Y-5089 out side his house. He claimed that the next day in the morning he found that his car was missing, which had been stolen by unknown persons. A case has been registered.

Four booked

MOHALI: The police booked four persons in a house-trespass and breaking the household goods on the complaint of NRI Gurvinder Singh, a resident of Sector 70. The accused have been identified as Ranjna Kaur, Kakaljit Kaur, Swaranjit Kaur and Manjinder Singh. In his complainant to the police, he alleged that the accused had entered his house after breaking the door and damaged costly house-hold goods. The police said a case had been registered against five persons after proper inquiry.



Katoch Shield
Amit’s ton helps Chandigarh reach 456
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, April 29
Amit Prashar’s century (120) steered Chandigarh in the driver’s seat against Ropar as the former mustered 456 for six on the opening day of the Punjab State Senior Inter-District Cricket Tournament for Katoch Shield at the Sector 16 Cricket Stadium here today.

Chandigarh was at 456 for six in 95 overs before declaring the innings and Ropar was three without a loss at the close of today’s play.

Opting to bat first after winning the toss, Chandigarh got a good start with openers Amit Prashar and Sarul Kanwar (46) putting up a partnership of 73 runs in 12.1 overs. After Amit Saini clean-bowled Sarul, skipper Vishwas Bhalla joined Prashar to stitch another notable partnership of 141 runs for the second wicket.

Prashar was caught by Harmanjit Singh off the bowling of Gauravjit Singh for 120 runs off 140 balls embellished with 17 boundaries and a six. While Bhalla made 50 runs, the duo of Gurkirat Ahluwalia and Gaurav Gupta (62) put on 111 runs for the fourth wicket.

Gurkirat missed his century by seven runs, while Bipul Sharma chipped in 34 of 23 before holing out to Rahul Gauravjit Singh in the deep mid on. Amit Uniyal and Gaurav Gambhir remained unbeaten on 27 and 11 runs, respectively.

Ropar fielding was quite shoddy, as the fielders missed as many as four catches. Gauravjit Singh finished with three for 102.

In another match between Ludhiana and Mohali at the PCA Stadium, the former was bundled out for 214 in 74.2 overs. Right arm medium pacer Manpreet Gony struck two vital blows for the hosts with removal of opener Karan Goel and Varun Chitkara on the third and fourth balls of his first over with Ludhiana score reading two for zero.

With the wickets, the team also lost the morale and the next three batsmen- Akhil Aggarwal (three) Bharat Malhotra (two) and Gitansh Khera (four)- were downed at the total of 12 for five in 10.5 overs. Skipper Ankur Kakar (82) and Amit Verma (64) played defiant knocks to salvage the team to a respectable total of 165.

Both wickets were taken by Jaskaran Singh (three for 59), whereas Gony was the pick of the Mohali bowlers, claiming four for 20. In reply, Mohali was at 73 for no loss in 18 overs. Sunny Sohal remained unbeaten on 58 off 63 balls, while Ankit Pursharthy was playing on eight runs.

Brief score I:

Chandigarh (Ist innings): 456 for 6 in 95 overs (Amit Prasher 120, Gurkirat Ahluwalia 93, Gaurav Gupta 62, Vishwas Bhalla 50, Sarul Kanwar 46, Bipul Sharma 34, Amit Uniyal 27 no, Gauravjit Singh 3 for 102).

Brief score II:

Ludhiana (Ist innings): 214 in 74.2 overs (Ankur Kakkar 82, Amit Verma 62, Manpreet Gony 4 for 20, Jaskaran Singh 3 for 59, Varun Khanna 2 for 98).

Mohali (Ist innings): 73 for no loss in 18 overs (Sunny Sohal 58 no).



Gurpreet pulls off an upset
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, April 29
In a major upset in senior snooker group, Gurpreet Singh shocked one of the top snooker players, Rajat Khaneja, beating him 3-2 in the 26th Chandigarh (UT) Billiards and Snooker Championship at Sector 22 here today.

The final score read 52-20, 18-67, 52-54, 49-30, 43-56.

Rajat, who clinched the first frame 52-50, was not in his touch as he missed a number of easy pots.

In the second frame, Gurpreet put up a good show with the cue and left Rajat aghast by winning the frame with a huge margin of 67-18, securing a break of 54 points.

The third frame again witnessed a close fight and Gurpreet won the frame by just two points.

In the fourth frame, Rajat came from behind with the help of a break of 32 and equalised the score 2-2. But in the decider, Gurpreet held his nerve against his senior player and came up with nice break of 26 to snatch the game from Rajat.

In another senior snooker match, seeded Amit Verma faced some resistance from Chetan but won 3-1 (57-33, 91-5, 44-52, 61-04).

He made breaks of 32, 38 in first and second frames. Chetan came back strongly in the third frame and won it. But in fourth frame, Amit showed some good shots and scored breaks of 17 and 22 to win the game.

In the match between Mandeep Makkar and Ankush Pradhan, the former registered win in straight sets 3-0 (66-28, 61-35, 48-26), while Subodh Lehri overcame Manav Dhawan 3-1 (54-41, 62-63, 52-28, 55-26).

In another exciting senior snooker match, Rahul Singla beat Vivek Nirmohi 3-2 (25-57, 11-54, 78-38, 64-34, 54-27).



Hara, Bhati to lock horns in final

Mohali, April 29
Eighth seed Param Pun of Chandigarh could not march into the final, as he lost to Tegbir Singh Hara of Ludhiana 4-6, 5-7 in the semifinals of under-14 category during the Manav Mangal Total Tennis AITA Talent Series Tournament held at Manav Mangal Total Tennis Academy here today.

In the first set, Pun lost his service due to unforced errors when the score was three all. Hara made most of the opportunity and clinched the first set 6-4. The second set witnessed a close contest with the score 5-5, but Hara managed to put pressure on his opponent with his attacking game and won the match to take on second seed Dheeanush Bhati in the title clash tomorrow.

Bhati beat Raghav Talwar of Chandigarh in straight sets 6-2, 6-2 in the second semifinal match. In the boys’ under-12 category, top seed Karandeep Singh of Punjab maintained his dominance and drubbed Paramveer Bajwa of Chandigarh by 6-4, 6-4 to reach in the final. The other winner in the section was Param Pun, who will meet Karandeep in the final. He defeated Nihit Rawal in straight sets 6-2, 6-2.

The results:

Boys (under-12): Karandeep Singh (Pb) bt Paramveer Bajwa (Chd) 6-4, 6-4; Param Pun (Chd) bt Nihit Rawal (Chd) 6-4, 6-2.

U-14: Tegbir Singh Hara (Pb) bt Paran Pun (Chd) 6-4, 7-5; Dheeanush Bhati (Chd) bt Raghav Talwar (Chd) 6-2, 6-2.

Girls (under-12): Soamya Sexsena (Chd) bt Neelanchal Gupta (UK) 6-0, 6-1; Nimrat Walia (Chd) bt Seerath Sidhu (Chd) 6-2, 6-1.

U-14: Pooja Mourya (Pb) bt Ayna Arora (Chd) 6-2, 6-2; Gayatri Kamaraiah (Raj) bt Karishima Mehta (Chd) 7-5, 6-4. — TNS



Tae Kwon Do Tourney
Sukhmani school lift best team trophy
Tribune News Service

Mohali, April 29
A total of 23 students of Sri Sukhmani International School, Dera Bassi, Mohali, participated in the National Tae kwon do Championship, 2010, held at Jubbal, HP, from April 23.

The championship was organised by the Tae kwon do Board, Himachal Pradesh. The students had bagged seven gold, seven silver and 12 bronze medals and also lifted the best team trophy by getting maximum number of medals.



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