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Punjab Land Preservation Act
Villagers protest delay in repeal
Tribune News Service

Nayagoan (Mohali), May 2
In order to protest against the delay in repealing the Punjab Land Preservation Act (PLPA) in Nayagaon, Nada and Karoran villages falling under the Notified Area Committee (NAC), Nayagaon, residents of Nayagaon, led by former Punjab minister Jagmohan Singh Kang, organised a rally here today. The lackadaisical approach of the SAD-BJP government and its insensitivity to the basic needs of the people was also ridiculed.

While addressing the gathering the former minister said with lot of efforts at different levels, they were successful in getting the due permission from the Centre to take the areas concerned out of purview of the Forest Act, but the state government had delayed the repealing of the PLPA as it was hand in glove with land mafia who wanted to buy the land at throwaway prices.

He demanded that besides needs of the residents like power, drinking water supply should also be made available. A one-month ultimatum was given to the state government to repeal the LPA, failing which the Congress would launch an agitation.

The Nayagaon NAC was notified on October 18, 2006. With the coming of the SAD-BJP government, the miseries of residents of Nayagaon had multiplied and all development works had come to a halt, especially in the area MLA Ujjagar Singh Badali, said the former minister while pointing out that population had already crossed 40,000.

It was further pointed out that the Centre had already given its nod to de-list 711 hectare area of Nada, Karoan and Nayagaon from the PLPA. Even the Punjab Advocate General had also given his opinion in favour of delisting of the said area, but the Punjab government was dilly-dallying to de-list the same for reasons best known to it.



Only 35 of 122 villages covered
Parmod Mehta

Dera Bassi, May 2
Most of the villages in the Dera Bassi block have failed to reap the benefits of the National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (NREGA), thanks to the official apathy. As a result, hundreds of unemployed residents in the villages could not get any job under the scheme. Official figures disclose that only 35 villages were covered under the scheme out of 122 villages of this sub division.

The Dera Bassi block had received Rs 1.45 crore for this purpose and it was distributed among 35 villages till now. In some villages, the NREGA funds could not be utilised for development works due to groupism.

ADC (development) Iqbal Singh said all funds received by this district for the purpose had been distributed in all blocks, which were being used for the development of villages and labourers were given employment under the scheme. However, the block development and panchyat officer, Dera Bassi, Preetinder Singh, was not aware of the funds released under the NREGA scheme.

“This type of apathy of officials concerned has been a reason behind improper implementation of the NREGA scheme. Sarpanches of most villages of this block, including Dappar, Dadrala Haripur Kuran, Chaundheri and Mubarkpur camp, had already underscored the need for the NREGA funds for development of ponds and common paths,” pointed a resident of Dappar.

Sarpanch of Dappar village, Sardara Singh said he had written to the officials concerned to implement the NREGA, but his village did not receive any grant under this scheme.

CPI leader Karmchand Gholumajra criticised the government for not providing due funds for the NREGA and demanded more funds under this scheme for villages of Dera Bassi block.



Four booked for raping minor, one held
Tribune News Service

Kharar, May 2
Four youths from Chotla Kalan were booked today for repeatedly raping a minor. Manjit Singh, an accused, ran a grocery shop in the 17-year-old victim’s neighbourhood. Last year, when the accused used to go to the shop to buy something, Manjit would misbehave with her.

In October last year, she was raped at Manjit’s shop. Manjit threatened her of dire consequences if she disclosed the crime to anyone. He continued to misbehave with her after the incident whenever she used to go to his shop.

In the first week of December, Manjit bullied her and took her to nearby fields where he had already called Gursewak and Manpreet Singh. All three accused raped her repeatedly.

Then in January, Raju, a servant of the village nambardar, came to her and said that Manjit had summoned her to fields. She accompanied Raju on a scooter to the fields where first Manjit raped her and then Raju. Later, Raju kept on raping her.

On April 26, Raju called the victim in fields and asked her to elope with him as villagers had come to know about her and Manjit’s relation. She denied, but Raju confined her and again raped her.

She informed the Kharar police yesterday. While Raju has been arrested, all other three are missing.



One nabbed for rape
Our Correspondent

Bassi Pathana, May 2
The police has arrested Devinder Kumar, a resident of Chuni Kalan village, for allegedly raping the wife of Paramjit Singh, a resident of Chunni Khurd village. Paramjit stated in his complaint that the accused committed the crime when his wife was alone in the house.

The police said Devinder Kumar, alias Shankar, belonged to Uttar Pradesh and had been living in the village from the past 15 years. He used to construct toilets in the houses of villagers and came to the house of the complainant for the same purpose.

According to sources, when Paramjit Singh went out of his home for some work yesterday, the accused entered the room of the victim and finding her alone in the house he molested her. In the meantime Paramjit came back and found the room latched from inside. He broke the door open and found the accused raping his wife. After seeing Paramjit he fled away from the scene.

The police continued to raid his hideouts and arrested him today. He was produced before a magistrate, who remanded him in the police custody for one day. According to the DSP, Devinder had admitted that he had raped the wife of the complainant.



Man kills sister-in-law’s mother
Tribune News Service

Kurali, May 2
A woman got killed in an altercation with her daughter’s in-laws in the Allahpur area of Kurali today. As per the police, the woman, Gurmeet Kaur, and her husband Bhag Singh from Cholta Khurd village, had gone to meet their daughter Paramjeet Kaur, married to Baldev Singh, in Allahpur.

On their arrival, Gurmeet had an alteration with her daughter’s in-laws. After some time, both the groups settled the matter. In the meantime, Baldev’s elder brother Sarabjit Singh got infuriated and threw a brick on Gurmeet from the terrace of his house.

The brick hit the head of Gurmeet Kaur and she was rushed to the Civil Hospital, Kharar, and further referred to the PGI, Chandigarh, where she died.

The police has registered a case against Sarabjit Singh.



Inebriated cop creates ruckus, suspended
Tribune News Service

Kharar, May 2
The Mohali police suspended SI Ramji Dass for creating a scene in an inebriated state last night. Posted at the Kharar police station, Ramji Dass stays as a tenant in Dashmesh Nagar on the first floor of the house of Ghasita Singh. Yesterday when he reached his home around 11 pm in an inebriated state, he beat up his wife and started abusing the landlord’s wife.

He also abused his landlord and started knocking at his door forcefully. Area residents informed the police about this. In the meantime, Ramji Dass allegedly trained his gun on the persons around and threatened to kill them if they tried to interfere in his matters. City SHO Tarlochan Singh reached the spot, but before he could catch hold of Ramji Dass, the cop fled away from the scene.

On the complaint of his landlord Ghasita Singh, Tarlochan recommended a departmental inquiry against Ramji Dass and his suspension for meantime. DSP Raj Balwinder Singh Mrar later suspended Ramji Dass and ordered an inquiry against him.



Amartex showroom raided
Our Correspondent

Kalka, May 2
On a complaint of a customer, a team of the health department and the local administration in a joint operation conducted a raid on a showroom of Amartex at Pinjore on Friday night. Official sources said during the raid, samples of eatables beyond expiry date were seized and the raid continued till late into the night.

The complainant, Dinesh Kumar, had purchased some packets of biscuits and noodles from the showroom and had complained to the SDM that the packets were sold after the expiry date.

The showroom manager also misbehaved with him when he brought the anomaly to latter’s notice, it was alleged.

A team, comprising tehsildar, local police administration, SMO, and the district health officer, collected samples of various eatables under the PFA Act and sent these to the laboratory for further proceedings.



Woman sets herself, child afire; both dead

Ambala, May 2
Kamlesh (23) set herself and her one-and-a-half-year-old daughter Nandini on fire after pouring kerosene. A resident of Dalipgarh village, Kamlesh was married to Amit, a driver. According to her husband, they had a minor tiff in the morning, after which he left for work.

He returned home in the evening and left home after some time to play cricket. When he was on the way, he was informed that his wife had set herself on fire.

He rushed home and found Kamlesh dead. Nandini was rushed to the civil hospital, where she succumbed to burns. A police party arrived at his house and investigations were on. — TNS



Consumer Courts
Sangeeta Shree developers to refund Rs 8.8 lakh
Saurabh Malik
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, May 2
The Mohali District Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum has found Ambala-based Sangeeta Shree Developers International Private Limited and its director Gautam Sharma guilty of deficiency in service. They have been asked to refund the sale price of a plot to the tune of Rs 8,80,000, along with interest on the sale price.

The ruling came on a complaint filed by Panchkula resident, Neera Malik. She had applied for a 320 square yard plot after the developer issued an advertisement for the sale of plots in a colony developed on the Naraingarh road in Dera Bassi in Mohali district.

It was alleged that the developer had not complied with the terms and conditions of Clause 5 of the agreement for the development of the colony.

As per Clause 5, the developer had made itself “responsible for providing internal services within the peripheral limits of the colony, including laying of roads, water and sewerage lines, along with electric lines.”

Taking up the complaint, forum president BS Mehandiratta, member Dr SS Dhaliwal and HK Ghuman ruled: “We are of the considered view that the internal amenities and facilities as promised by the opposite party vide Clause 5 of the sale agreement have not been provided at the spot.”

“The evidence led in the support of the provisions of these amenities is not at all reliable. The best evidence of existence of the amenities or facilities within the colony could be that of photographs showing existence of roads/electricity poles, etc., in the colony, but no such photographs have been proved by the opposite party.”

No bills of purchase of the electric poles, road material and material for laying sewerage lines have been proved by the opposite party to show that the building material for these works was actually purchased and if so, from which source and during which period.

There is no evidence of construction of even a single house in the colony by any purchaser of the plot therein. The obvious reason for the same is that basic amenities, as per Clause 5 of the sale agreement, have not been provided in the colony due to which it is not possible to raise any construction therein.”

Before parting with the order, the forum asserted: “Since interest on the sale price is being allowed to the complainant, no separate compensation for harassment/mental agony is allowed.”



Mediation system best, says CJ
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, May 2
The Chief Justice of the Punjab and Haryana High Court Mukul Mudgal says the mediation system is best for both parties involved in litigation. He expressed his views during the concluding session of the second phase of mediation training programme being conducted at the Judicial Academy in Sector 43 here.

During an informal discussion with mediapersons, the Chief Justice said the mediation system is inexpensive and beneficial to both parties involved in litigation. It is a voluntary exercise and both parties, if feel dissatisfied, are at liberty to walk out of this system. “In the conventional system of justice, one party is at a loss when the verdict is given against it, which is not the case in the mediation system,” the Chief Justice said.

Justice MM Kumar, chairman, Mediation and Conciliation Committee, Punjab and Haryana High Court, asserted that at present 18 mediation centres have been set up out of 35 districts of Punjab and Haryana. As the demand is increasing, the committee is considering opening centres at every district headquarter.

He further said that the committee had started a project as per which, as and when a case is reported in the Women Cell, instead of the Cell entering into negotiation, the couple will be invited to the mediation centre and before the registration of the case, efforts would be made to solve their problems through mediation.

It is pre-litigation mediation which is being experienced in the tricity of Chandigarh, Panchkula and Mohali and after two-three months the data will be available and on the basis of that data it will be possible to recapitulate this programme at every mediation centre in the districts as well as sub-division levels. When there is a dispute between husband and wife and the matter is reported to the Women Cell, if an FIR is registered, it is not easy to come out of it, said Justice MM Kumar.



Three nabbed with weapons
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, May 2
The police arrested three youngsters and recovered two pistols, a countrymade pistol and 11 live cartridges from Sector 36 last night. The trio, reportedly involved in various heinous crimes, was caught travelling in a jeep displaying a fake registration number.

The accused were identified as 22-year-old Bhupinder Singh, alias Bhupi, of Ambala, 23-year-old Manpreet Singh, alias Mani, of Mansa, and 24-year-old Dharampal, alias Prince, of Dadu Majra Colony.

Bhupi and Mani had been staying in paying guest accommodation at Sector 36, saying they had joined an IELTS coaching course in the city.

Inspector Charanjit Singh Virk, in charge of the crime branch, said Bhupi was involved in 15 cases of murder, attempt-to-murder and assault in Punjab and Haryana and had been declared a proclaimed offender in certain cases.

Mani had been facing attempt-to-murder charges in a case registered at the Sector 11 police station. Prince had been booked in four cases, including one of culpable homicide not amounting to murder, at Sector 34.

Virk said the police laid a trap near Guru Nanak Public School at Sector 36 around 10 pm on receipt of information that three persons were travelling in a Bolero jeep, carrying weapons with intention to commit crime.

The police stopped a Bolero jeep (CH04-6848) and the verification of its registration certificate revealed that the number displayed on the vehicle was fake. The police apprehended the trio and the search of the vehicle led to the recovery of the firearms.

The police said Bhupi, son of a farmer, told them that he was involved in taking forcible possession of property and was wanted in several cases. Prince was his relative while Mani had met them in jail.

The vehicle belonged to them and they had displayed the fake registration number with the intention to commit a crime. The police registered a case under Section 473 of the IPC (for displaying fake registration number) and under provisions of the Arms Act against them.

They were produced in a local court today, which remanded them in two-day police custody. The police said the accused revealed during interrogation that they had procured the weapons from Uttar Pradesh and Bihar.

Stolen jeep recovered

The crime branch arrested Satinder of Sector 15, Panchkula, from near the Reserve Bank of India, Sector 17, on Friday while he was travelling in a Bolero jeep displaying a fake registration number (HR03G-0520).

The police registered a case against the accused. During investigation, it was found that the jeep, originally registered in Rajasthan, was stolen from Delhi in August, 2009.



Two arrested on robbery charge
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, May 2
The police arrested two residents of Mauli Jagran yesterday on the charges of robbing a man of his mobile phone and cash on Friday night. Ranvijay Singh of Mauli Jagran reported to the police that Ravinder, alias Monty, and Lucky, residents of Mauli Jagran, robbed him of his mobile phone and Rs 30,000 from near the level crossing at Mauli Jagran. The police registered a case and arrested them.


Sanchit Kapoor of Sector 29 lodged a complaint with the police that Gagandeep Singh, Rahul and Gurpreet Singh residents of Sector 22, beat him up and threatened him at Sector 22-C on Friday. He was injured and a case was registered at the Sector 17 police station.


Surinder Kumar of Sector 38 filed a complaint with the police that someone stole two gas cylinders from his house on Wednesday night. A case of theft was registered.

One hurt

Amir Ahmed of Sector 40-B was injured when his motorcycle was hit by a Tata Indica car (PB36E-2326) near the cricket stadium chowk on Wednesday.

He was admitted to the Sector 16 Government Multi-Specialty Hospital. The police registered a case against the car driver, Sandeep Singh of Kapurthala.



2 flee with cash

Chandigarh, May 2
Two unidentified youths decamped with Rs 15,000 belonging to a resident of Ram Darbar here yesterday afternoon. The victim, Laxmi Prasad, told the police that he had withdrawn the amount from his account with the State Bank of India to send it to his relative in Bihar.

The two persons came to him at the bank and asked him to help them fill in a form to deposit Rs 1 lakh. While he was busy filling in the form, the two persons ran away with his bag, containing the money. The police registered a case and started an investigation.

Accused held

The police today arrested another accused, identified as Sunny Kumar (30), a resident of Green Enclave, Balongi, allegedly involved in the murder of Ram Sharma, a resident of Sector 40. The police has cracked the murder case yesterday with the arrest of Verjit Singh, alias Gaurav.

Third accused, identified as Kulwinder Singh, alias Goli of Phase II, Mohali, is still at large. — TNS



Sunny’s ton helps Mohali take 48-run lead
Tribune News Service

Mohali, May 2
Excellent unbeaten century by Sunny Sohal helped Mohali to take a 48-run lead against Ropar in its first innings at the close of stumps at the PCA Stadium here today. Mohali won the toss and elected to field first.

An inspired spell of medium pace bowling by Manpreet Gony bundled out Ropar at 152 in 50 overs. Ropar was tottering at 74 for six when a 52-run partnership for the seventh wicket between Mayank Sharma and Chintan revived their spirit. The duo took the total to 126 before Navneet caught Chintan off the bowling of Varun Khanna for 24 off 42 balls. Mayank, however, remained unbeaten on 53 off 73 balls.

Varun was the other main wicket taker for Mohali, as he scalped four wickets giving away 36 runs.

Mohali made a whirlwind start and was 205 for one at the close of play in 43 overs. Sunny Sohal hit a brilliant unbeaten century (106) off 130 balls. He was involved in an opening stand of 147 with Ankit Pursharthy who went on to compile a sedate 56 off 105 balls before he was struck in front of the wicket by Harmanjit Singh.

Jaskaran then joined Sunny Sohal and the duo put on an unbeaten 58-runs partnership for the second wicket. Jaskaran Singh remaining unbeaten on 41 off 23 balls. Harmanjit one for 44 was the only successful bowler for Ropar.

In another match, Jalandhar was able to post a modest total of 510 runs for the loss of seven wickets in 95 overs against Mansa at the Burlton Park, Jalandhar.

Sarabjit Singh became the first batsman to score a double century in the tournament, as he remained unbeaten on his individual score of 203 of 257 balls at the close of the play. Ishan Malhotra 62 and Abhishek Gupta 142 off 138 balls were the other scorers for the team. For Mansa, Parminder Sr (four for 81) and Parminder Jr (two for 111) were the main wicket takers.

In the third match between Patiala and Amritsar played at the Dhruv Pandove Stadium, Patiala, Patiala winning the toss went on to score 405 for six in 95 overs. Pankaj Dharmani 70, Ravi Inder Singh 100 and Amitoz Singh 101 were the top scorers. For Amritsar, left arm spinner Lakshay Seth scalped four wickets conceding 121 runs.

In the fourth match played at Ludhiana between Ludhiana and Chandigarh, Ludhiana won the toss and elected to field first. Chandigarh managed to score 379 in 78.4 overs. Sarul Kanwar 71, Gurkirat 64, Bipul Sharma 59, Gaurav Gupta 36 and Karanvir 73 were the top scorers. For Ludhiana, right arm medium pacer Love Ablish four for 68, Ankur Kakkar two for 23, Rahul Singla two for 61 and Amritpal Singh two for 100 shared the spoils.

In reply, Ludhiana was 21 for one at the close of play after 14 overs. They lost their opener southpaw Karan Goel who was run out for 13.

Brief scores:

Ropar Ist innings: 152 for all in 50 overs. (Mayank Sharma 53 not out, Arjun Kumar 26, Chintan 24, Manpreet Gony 4 for 31, Varun Khanna 4 for 36).

Mohali Ist innings: 205 for 1 in 43 overs at close of play (Sunny Sohal 106 not out, Ankit Pursharthy 56, Jaskaran Singh 41 not out, Harmanjit Singh 1 for 44).



St Stephen’s Trophy
MCA-XI book berth in final
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, May 2
Fine knock of 115 runs by Pukhraj Singh helped Mohali Cricket Association-XI (MCA-XI) to enter the final of St Stephen’s Trophy (U-16) cricket tournament. In the second semifinal held at St Stephen’s ground, Sector 45, here today, the MCA-XI beat Desh Prem Academy Cricket Association (DPACA) by 124 runs. The MCA is now set to clash with DAV School, Sector 8, in the final.

After winning the toss, MCA-XI opted to bat first and scored 332 runs for the loss of nine wickets in their stipulated 50 overs. Pukhraj and Shine were involved in a 159-run fifth wicket stand. Pukhraj Singh 115, Shine Sharma 83, Shivam Puri 39 and Ravi Saini 37 were other top scorers for MCA-XI.

For DPACA, Jagpreet Singh was the pick of the bowlers, as he scalped three wickets for 43. Lovejit was the other wicket taker, who took two wickets for 52 runs.

In reply, DPACA could not face the tight and accurate bowling of MCA bowlers and was bundled out for 228 runs in 39.2 overs. Lovejeet with an individual score of 90 runs and Jagpreet Singh with 39 runs were involved in a 82-run fifth wicket partnership. Karan Aggarwal was the other batsman, who scored 28 runs. No other batsman could make any significant contribution for the team. For MCA, Ravi Saini three wickets for 26 runs and Amritpal Singh two for 18 were the main wicket takers.

Brief scores:

MCA: 332 for 9 in 50 overs (Pukhraj Singh 115, Shine Sharma 83, Shivam Puri 39, Ravi Saini 37, Jagpreet Singh 3/43, Lovejit Singh 2/52).

DPACA: 228 all out in 39.2 overs (Lovejeet Singh 90, Jagpreet Singh 39, Karan Aggarwal 28, Ravi Saini 3/26, Amritpal Singh 2/18).



Samarvir Sahi Golf
Clash of dates to keep juniors away from meet
Donald Banerjee

Chandigarh, May 2
Clash of dates will keep a number of young golfers away from the prestigious Samarvir Sahi Punjab Open Amateur Golf Championship, which gets under way on the par-72 greens of the Chandigarh Golf Club here on May 4.

The under-18 budding players like national junior champion Chikkarangappa (Bangalore), Nepal open winner Ashbeer Singh Saini (Kapurthala), Chandigarh's Chadha cousins, Abhijit and Tarundeep, and Delhi's Ankur Chadha will not be able to test their mettle with the players of the national amateur circuit, as they will be playing in the Toyota Atios Junior Golf Tour, which also starts on May 4 at the Panchkula Golf Club.

Both amateur golf tournaments are recognised by the Indian Golf Union. The juniors cannot miss out on the Panchkula tournament, as it is the country's most important junior golf tour, on the basis of which national rankings are based. National and international junior team selections are based on the performance on this tour in different age groups.

The Samarvir Sahi Punjab Open Amateur Golf Championship has become a major all-India amateur tournament, particularly after its recognition by the Indian Golf Union in 2000.

Usually held in October-November, the tournament has been shifted to May this time.

Today it has become a major tournament of the amateur golf circuit. But the clash of dates this year will see the budding golfers missing out on the contest, which serves as an inspiration to young golfers.

Jeev Milkha Singh will tee off the Samarvir Sahi Golf Tournament on May 4.



Dheeranush, Ishaque enter qualifying round
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, May 2
Dheeranush Bhatti, Ishaque Eqbal and Abhijeet Singh have entered the qualifying round for the main draw in the boys’ U-16 category during the AITA tournament being held at the CLTA Complex here today.

Singh and Ishaque Eqbal won closely fought final qualifying round matches. Dheeranush Singh Bhatti upset Kamal Kishor Maderna in the final qualifying round by 8-3. Other new CHART trainees Jagdeep Singh, Gulshan Singh, Angrej Singh and Rahul Verma made it to the main draw during their first appearance in the AITA tournament. In the under-16 boys’ singles category, Kamal Kishor got in the main draw.

All matches were played at the CLTA Complex and Lake Sports Complex. The main draw matches would be held tomorrow at 8 am.


Boys’ U-12 singles qualifying 2nd round: Ankrish Khanna bt Kabir Kher Singh 8-6, Himanshu Bansal bt Nimit Jain 8-0, Jagdeep Singh bt Eshan Kaushal 8-1, Gulshan Singh bt Ravsahej Puri 8-1, Angrej Singh bt Daksh Marwah 8-3, Rahul Verma w/o opponent got in main draw by merit, Ritik Mahapatra bt Sarvesh Maria 8-5 and Leonardo Pamei bt Saurav Parashar 8-0.

U-16 singles qualifying 2nd round: Kamal Kishor bt Prabhsimran Singh 8-3, Dheeranush Singh Bhatti bt Rotas Singh 8-3, Jatinder Singh bt Rishabh Sharma 8-0, Yoges Dogra bt Archit Dhingra 8-1, Sean Yip bt Akhil Bansal 8-1, Sultan Singh bt Ankush Chauhan 8-1, Kunwar Singh bt Ikshvanku Sharma 8-2, Parmeet Deol bt Rishabh Khanna 8-6, Nishat Eqbal bt Anmol Kamboj 8-2, Raghav Talwar bt Digvijay Singh 8-2, Ishaque Eqbal bt Vidit Vohra 8-3, Teghbir Singh bt Diviyansh Pandey 8-3, Abhijeet Singh bt Cheerag Bajwa 8-7 (2), Paramvir Singh Bajwa bt Shivain Suroya 8-2 and Deepak Gupta bt Upinder Saini 8-0.

U-16 singles final qualifying round: Dheeranush Singh Bhatti bt Kamal Kishor 8-3, Jatinder Singh bt Yogesh Dogra 8-0, Sean Yip bt Sultan Singh 8-0, Kunwar Singh bt Parmeet Deol 8-2, Raghav Talwar bt Nishat Eqbal 8-4, Ishaque Eqbal bt Teghbir Singh 8-7 (1), Abhijeet Singh bt Paramveer Singh Bajwa 8-7 (4) and Rupesh Khokhar bt Deepak Gupta 8-4.



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