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Technician ‘roughs up’ doc at pgi
Doctors demand action, threaten stir that may affect patient care at hospital
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, May 3
Patient care at the PGI here was suspended for more than one and a half hours this evening when doctors went to the office of the hospital Director with the complaint of a doctor being roughed up by a technical staff member.

Ajay Mishra, a resident doctor in the department of anaesthesia, was allegedly roughed up by a technician of the hospital, resulting in the suspension of patient care in the evening.

Following a meeting with the PGI Director, the doctors threatened agitation in case appropriate action was not initiated against the technician .

The incident took place around 9 a.m. when Gurpreet Sethi, the technician, allegedly refused to listen to the doctor in shifting a patient. The incident occurred in the operation theatre of the Advanced Cardiac Centre on the fourth floor. The technician reportedly got offended in a verbal exchange with the doctor and the situation ended in an altercation.

When the doctor went to the washroom later, the technician allegedly bolted the entrance and roughed up the doctor. The doctor said he freed himself from his hold and managed to run from the spot. He took up the matter with his colleagues, who lodged a complaint with the police, following which both parties were asked to approach the police post. This followed as all efforts to strike a compromise between the warring factions failed.

Protesting against police inaction, more than 100 doctors went to the office of the Director in the evening around 6.15 p.m. A seven-member delegation met the Director and the Medical Superintendent. After the meeting, the president of the Association of the Resident Doctors (ARD) said the director had assured them of action against the technician by tomorrow evening.

At the same time, Gurpreet, along with union members of the technical staff, reached the police post and lodged a complaint against Dr Ajay Mishra, alleging he was being unnecessarily framed. He quoted an old incident in April, when Gurpreet had complained against the doctor for misbehaving with a senior staff member of the technical staff. 



10-year-old commits suicide
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, May 3
In a shocking incident, a 10-year-old boy allegedly committed suicide by hanging himself from the ceiling fan at his Manimajra residence here today.

The boy, Arun Kumar, was a class V student of Government Primary School in the area. He was living alone in the house for the last four days, all by himself. Strained relations between his parents is said to be the reason behind the child taking such an extreme step, police said.

The decomposed body of the boy was found hanging with the ceiling fan by a neighbour who noticed a smell emanating from the house. The police was called which lowered the body and shifted it to the hospital.

Initially, the police suspected foul play as it is a rarity that a boy of such a young age could take such an extreme step of killing himself. A team of the Crime Branch reached the spot for investigations and then concluded that the boy did commit suicide as the doors were locked from inside. Police said the child was living all by himself and went into severe depression. While his mother left home two months back following a matrimonial dispute, his father, Anil Kumar, a taxi driver by profession, occasionally used to go on tours leaving the child behind alone for days altogether.

The child used to cook his own food and sometimes his neighbours used to feed him. His father last left home on April 29 and returned only today when the police informed him of the suicide.

Police said last night, the boy took a wire and tied it to the ceiling fan with which he hung himself. It was only in the evening that the body was noticed. Police questioned his father who came from Zirakpur and have initiated inquest proceedings under Section 174 CrPC.

Another suicide by teenager

In another incident, 15-year-old Chaya hung herself with her dupatta at her residence in the afternoon. No one was home at her Sector 52 residence when she took the extreme step. No suicide note was found from the spot and she was suffering from extreme depression.

She was staying here with her uncle and aunt who work as labourers. Her father is lodged in a jail in UP and her mother also stayed in her native village.

Neglected by parents

The child had been living alone in the house for the last four days, all by himself. Strained relations between parents are said to be the reason behind the child taking such an extreme step, police said. The child used to cook his own food and sometimes his neighbours used to feed him.



ncert books
Shortage has students, parents fuming
Sumedha Sharma
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, May 3
Though High Court’s recent verdict mandating the prescription of the NCERT books in schools has got a thumbs up from city parents, the persistent unavailability of the same has left them with no choice but to go in for overpriced private publishers.

“If we go by the court directive of using NCERT books and order them now, we will be left with no choice but to close down till September as the books will only be available by then. It’s an every year story. The NCERT books are always out of stock and are generally available as late as October, leaving us with no choice but to depend on private publications. The board should direct the NCERT to give books on time,” said HS Mamik, president, Independent Schools Association.

In what has become an annual affair even after a month of commencement of the session, a majority of city students are yet to get NCERT books of various subjects as most of the books are out of stock.

“Our session started on April 1, but we have not had a proper maths class for a month as our book seller has not got us our NCERT books so far. He says that the book is out of stock. He has not even given us the date when the books will come, so my father goes to shop every evening to check,” said Gagan Deep Arora, a government school student. The worst-hit students are of classes X and XII."

“We have not got our new science books as yet and not to waste any further time, I have bought a Rs 700 reference book recommended by my teacher. It’s a great idea to have NCERT books, but given to every year’s drama, we we have no choice

but to depend on private publishers,” said Ritu Kumar, a class X student.

The booksellers blame the NCERT for this, “The council has a very clear idea of number students per city, but for the reasons best known to them they produce less number of books and we get only 50 copies per school. It takes two to three months to get complete books and till then, parents continue to blame and shout at us. It is also surprising that a book which may be in short supply in Chandigarh is generally available in places like Ambala. This is because of its black marketing which needs to be checked.”

Some relief

What can be a respite for students is the fact that the content of the revised textbooks of the NCERT is now available on the website www.ncert.nic.in



i-t raids
Rs 4-cr, gold ornaments seized
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, May 3
Over Rs 4 crore and a huge quantity of gold was seized during raids by income tax (I-T) officials on four prominent real estate companies here today.

The search operations, conducted at the 24 locations of the companies, concluded by late evening.

It was at 8.30 am yesterday that 24 teams comprising over 150 officials arrived from different parts of country under the supervision of Panchkula office of director investigation and descended on the offices and residences of Janta Lands Promoter Limited, Mohali, Sushma Builders, Acme builders in Sector 35, and Jagat Singh and Sons, Sector 35, simultaneously. The targeted 24 premises are located in Panchkula Mohali, Zirakpur, Ambala and Ludhiana.

The cash amount seized during the raids was over Rs 4 crore, said sources. A huge quantity of gold ornaments were also seized and their value was being assessed by jewellers. Moreover, a big number of incriminating documents, computer hard disks, pen drives, hand-written diaries, unaccounted bank accounts and benami lockers were also seized.



A dream powered by air
PEC students come up with bicycle powered by air that needs no pedalling
Amit Sharma
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, May 3
At a time when the fuel prices have gone sky-high and everyone is looking for cost-efficient and pollution-free means of travelling, three Punjab Engineering College (PEC) students have come up with a compressed air-powered bicycle which doesn’t even require physical effort to pedal it.

Interestingly, the bicycle can go up to a speed of 20 km per hour.

The three-member team, comprising Abeer Sharma, Harparinderjit Singh and Jatin Sharma of the mechanical engineering department, is the brain behind the innovative bicycle.

Explaining about the compressed air vehicle, Abeer one of the team members, said it is a vehicle that uses a motor, powered by compressed air.

“Usually light-weight vehicles like bicycles, two-wheelers etc can be powered by compressed air since not much power is required to drive these,” he said.

Explaining the concept, Abeer said first energy had to be stored in the cylinder by squeezing air tightly using a mechanical air compressor. Once the compressed air is released, it expands. This expanding air can be used, for example, to drive the pistons that power an engine.

Harpinderjit said that in their project they had used a pneumatic wrench with suitable specifications to drive the bicycle.

“The wrench drives the front portion of the bicycle, which transmits power to the rear wheel of the bicycle via chain drive.”

The compressed air cylinder fitted on the rear carrier of the bicycle powers the pneumatic wrench. The pressure of compressed air required to drive the pneumatic wrench is controlled by a special valve opening attached at the upper end of the cylinders,” he said.

The gauge attached on the cylinder will indicate the pressure of the air to be used and it can be controlled .The valve opening is controlled by the throttle provided on the bicycle’s handle.

Listing the advantages of the bicycle, team members said that it ‘s eco-friendly; the refuelling of the cylinder can be done at home or at service stations using an air compressor. “The energy required for compressing air is produced at large centralised plants, making it less costly and more effective to manage carbon emissions than from individual vehicles,” they said.

They further added that the compressed air engine reduced the cost of vehicle production as there was no need to build a cooling system, spark plugs, starter motor or mufflers.


Sale of correction fluid, thinner to be controlled
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, May 3
Nearly two years after theatre personalities, social activists and NGOs joined hands to seek a ban on correction fluid and thinner, increasingly being used by addicts for feeling euphoric, the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has decided to control and ban its sale in bottles.

The ministry is also considering the feasibility of allowing the sale of correction fluid in the shape of pens or similar devices, with a statutory warning on it.

As the petition, filed in public interest, came up for hearing this morning, the counsel for the Centre, Onkar Singh Batalvi, told the court that he had received a letter from the ministry, intimating him about the decision.

Batalvi added that the ministry was in the process of issuing a notification to control or ban the sale of correction fluid in bottles. Taking the communication on record, the court asked the petitioner to respond to the same.

The UT Administration had already claimed that it had charted out a special plan to deal with the menace. It had claimed that the plan to stop the use of correction fluid by schoolchildren had been prepared in collaboration with the GMCH and the PGI.

In an affidavit, the Deputy Commissioner had earlier claimed that they had completely banned the sale of correction fluid in stationery shops across the city.

The UT Health Secretary had asked the health department director to take preventive and strict measures to control the use of correction fluid by minors in the city.

The measures included an epidemiological survey to identify addicted children and their counselling, police vigil near schools to detect children using fluid for intoxication and a publicity campaign to generate awareness on the bad effect of the fluid.

In the petition, Ashok Khanna of the Art of Living, the NGO Yuvsatta through its chief Promod Sharma, theatre-director Neelam Maan Singh Chaudhary, Rakesh Sharma and six others had earlier asserted there was a need to initiate steps expeditiously against the prevalent tendency among the youth and children, especially those residing in slums.

The petitioners said there was a need to withdraw stocks from the market and destroy those and only allow the direct use of correction pen.



Bogus dwelling-unit allotment detected
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, May 3
The UT estate office today detected the bogus allotment of a dwelling unit at the rehabilitation colony in Sector 25 here. It had been made on the basis of a bogus document.

On the basis of the bogus document, the beneficiary had got a water connection from the municipal corporation and had been depositing the monthly instalment with a local bank.

A complete scrutiny of the allotment record of the Sector-25 colony was ordered. Assistant estate officer Rahul Gupta confirmed that the case had been detected. “We are probing allotments in all rehabilitation colonies,” he said.

Preliminary inquiries revealed that the beneficiary in the case, Balram Si, had paid Rs 1.06 lakh to an agent to get the allotment letter. He was made to believe that the allotment was genuine.

On the basis of the document, the beneficiary had managed to get a water connection and had started depositing instalments against the allotment with the designated bank.

Sources in the estate office did not rule out the possibility of more such bogus allotments. The unsuspecting beneficiary reached the colony branch of the estate office to make some enquiry.

On verification, officials found that the document was bogus and no such allotment had been made. The site had not been allotted to anyone.

The allotment letter was shown to have been issued in 2004 and the possession letter in 2007. The case was sent to the Chandigarh Police for the registration of an FIR against the beneficiary and the agent.

The estate office had been probing complaints of the sale of flats at rehabilitation colonies and the renting out of dwelling units in violation of allotment rules.



Deadlock over garbage continues
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, May 3
No fruitful result emerged today from a number of meetings between members of the finance and contract committee (F&CC) of the municipal corporation (MC) and door-to-door garbage-collection employees, who had been protesting in front of the MC office for the last three days.

After conducting proceedings of the F&CC meeting, chaired by Mayor Raj Bala Malik, members met representatives of the association to take up the demands of the protesting employees.

During the meeting, the committee approved the amendments in existing terms and conditions for paid parking, under which the contractor would now have to give a bank guarantee for six months.

The amendments were proposed by the department concerned as the MC had not been getting a good response in the auction of parking lots for the last two years.

Members also approved that Rs 500 be charged as cleaning charges from residents allotted a community centre for social gatherings and that the supervisor of the community centre be made responsible for proper cleaning after functions.

The committee also approved the purchase of 64 small garbage-collection cycle-carts and spare parts for large road-sweeping machines.

Members also approved the renewal of the licence (agreement) of the washerman workshop society at Sector 15. The meeting was attended by MC Commissioner VP Singh.



94 more challaned

Chandigarh, May 3
Continuing its drive of issuing challans late at night, the PCR wing of the traffic police issued 94 challans last night. In the last one week, the police had issued more than 400 challans. The PCR wing also arrested six persons for gambling at a public place in Mani Majra.

It recovered Rs 35,800 from their possession. They were identified as Mohamad Sahid, Kamal, Kishore, Tara Chand, Kishan Kumar and Vinod Kumar. — TNS



Chandigarh scan

Weather prediction

The India Meteorological Department ( IMD) has started a special service “nowcast”, to predict weather. The programme will also have a special “nowcast” warning as when such a situation can arise in North-West India. These bulletins will be updated every three hours by using state-of-art technology such as doppler weather radar, satellite, numerical weather products (global and regional scale) and all other modern observing system and tools. These bulletins will be available on the IMD website, www.imd.gov.in, on their regional website, www.amssdelhi.gov.in and on the website of Meteorological Centre, Chandigarh, www.chdmausam.org <http://www.chdmausam. org>.


The following have been elected as office-bearers to the local unit of the Trinamool Congress Committee, President Shambhu Banerjee; vice president & media incharge- Ajay Singla; general secretary Anil Goyal; secretaries Arjun Sharma; Manoj Yadav, Rajneesh Luthra and Navjeevan Singh; joint secretary Vakul Rana; cashier Shambhu Nath


Dr. Ravneet Chawla, Assistant Professor, Department of Human Development and Family Relations of Government Home Science College, Sector 10, was awarded second prize for her research in the Human Development category at the two day national seminar on “Women and Rural Development”. The seminar was organised at Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana, by the College of Home Science and the Home Science Association of India (Punjab Branch). The research was titled, “Documenting Perspectives to Develop Modules for Pre-marital Counselling”. A pilot study was conducted on 20 college going boys and girls to identify the areas they perceived that led to conflicts. Perceptions of 20 women and 20 men who were married for 5 to 25 years were also recorded for the same. The broad areas that evolved, were matched with the identified areas in the previous case studies and other review based empirical evidences. The areas identified were expected to form a major lead to develop modules for premarital counselling for further studies. The discovery made through these studies were, the unmarried girls were awared of the violent incidents but had reservations to accept that it could happen to them. There existed the traditional fancy expectations of getting married and not a crisp vision of enormous changes forthcoming. Only three were clear about their future plans with a locus of control within themselves. Unmarried boys were very unsure of the ability to discuss with a stranger on the issue of spouse. They were cautious of a girl coming in their life and giving her a commitment as they were already awared of girls’ blunt, demanding and crude demeanour. Married women strongly endorsed premarital counselling.


Dr Shiv Bagga, Assistant Professor of Department of Cardiology at PGIMER, won the third prize in the CD presentation award session at the recently concluded National Interventional Council Meeting held in Kochi, Kerala. NIC mid-term meet is the apex body meeting for interventional cardiologists all over the country. Dr Bagga won the award after qualifying through a stiff semifinal which had 70 best cases selected from all across the country.

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Regional planning board in offing
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, May 3
Punjab and Haryana have agreed to form a regional planning board.

The board will focus on planned development of Chandigarh, Mohali and Panchkula and other peripheral areas.

A consensus was achieved yesterday during a meeting of officials of the UT, Punjab and Haryana. The meeting was attended UT Adviser KK Sharma, and the Punjab and Haryana Chief Secretaries.



DC reviews road construction

Mohali DC Varun Roojam (third from left) reviews the construction of the link road at Masol on Thursday
Mohali DC Varun Roojam (third from left) reviews the construction of the link road at Masol on Thursday. A Tribune photograph

Mohali, May 3
The link road, connecting the district’s remote villages, Tanda Tandi and Masol, located in the Shivalik hillocks near Pinjore, with the main road would be completed by this monsoon. Mohali DC Varun Roojam reviewed the project worth Rs 5 crore, underway at the site.

“About 50 per cent of the work has been completed,” said Roojam adding that five bridges would have to be constructed on the 4.5 kms long stretch.

Notably, the villages were without any link road so far till January last year, when the Punjab PWD department started the work on the road to the village, which was otherwise impossible to reach through meandering rivulets filled with quicksand and rocks. — TNS



women power
P’kula gets woman DCP
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, May 3
Filling up the single missing link of all women in top positions of Panchkula Administration, Parul Kush Jain has been appointed as the Deputy Commissioner of Police, said sources here today. She was currently serving as the SP (Kurukshetra).

A masters in science (Botany) from Panjab University, she had joined SP (Kurukshetra in May 2011.

Lady officers donning the top positions included; DC:Ashima Brar (Deputy Commissioner); Sharandeep Kaur Brar (SDM Panchkula); Manita Malik (SDM (Kalka): and Nalini Mimani (DEO).

Certain other crucial positions being occupied by ladies included: Principal Medical Officer (Usha Gupta); District information officer (Manju Aggarwal); District Red Cross Secretary (Vijay Lakshmi); District elementary education officer (Anita Kapoor); and Deputy excise and taxation commissioner (Madhu Bala).



Head Constable suspended
Tribune News Service

Mohali, May 3
A head constable, namely Dilbagh Singh, an in-charge of the Industrial Area police post has been suspensed for allegedly thrashing up a watchman of the industries department here.

The victim, Zalim Singh, has been admitted to the Civil Hospital at Phase 6 after allegedly being tortured by the police during an investigation of thefts in the department.

Sources said that Zalim Singh was called at the police station along with two other watchmen, namely Hemraj and Bhajan Singh after a theft complaint reported by Sham Lal, a surveyor in the department, on April 30.

“Zalim Singh was brutally beaten up by the police at the chowki,” said sources.

Today, Balbir Singh Sidhu, the local MP, visited the hospital to meet the victim and demanded an immediate action against the erred cops and a proper enquiry in the case.

The police sources said that Dilbagh Singh was suspended after the preliminary inquiry.

“We will conduct a proper investigation in the case and guilty would not be spared,” said a senior police.



evening dept
Protest against academic panel
It recommended scrapping of police administration as optional subject
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, May 3
The Panjab University Students Union (PUSU) today staged a protest outside the Vice-Chancellor’s office against the academic committee of the evening department for recommending phasing out of police administration as the optional subject at the undergraduate level at the evening department from the coming academic session.

The university, which had introduced police administration as the optional subject at the undergraduate course in humanities at the evening department three years ago, however, now suddenly has recommended for striking off the subject from the list of the optional subject.

PUSU in charge Gurminder Singh said around 150 students, out of 300, who took admission in BA-I last year had opted for police administration as an optional subject and still PU wants to shut it down.

“It’s just because of the internal politics among faculty in the evening department that has lead to such a situation, even though the subject is popular among the students,” Singh said.

PUSU accused the Panjab University Teachers’ Association (PUTA) for working against the interest of the student community stating that in the recent past, it has acted against the students of the evening department. The students even raised anti-authority slogans.

Dean students’ welfare (DSW) AS Ahluwalia who reached the scene to pacify the students said a committee had been formed by the Vice-Chancellor that would review the file, recommending scrapping of the subject and if the committee is convinced, the university will approve the recommendation, otherwise PU would continue with the subject.



‘Implement childcare leave’
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, May 3
The Panjab University Teachers’ Association (PUTA) along with faculty members today staged a protest outside the Vice-Chancellor’s office, demanding implementation of childcare leave (CCL) as per the UGC notification.

Addressing the rally, Dr Kitty Sidhu, joint secretary, PUTA, said it was a failure on the part of the university authorities not to implement the provisions of the UGC notification, as a result of which a large number of women teachers are made to work under extreme duress.

Prof Akshaya Kumar, president PUTA, questioned that when the UGC regulations have already been adopted in to-to by the university Syndicate and Senate, why there should be such a reluctance to implement the provision of two-year leave to women employees under CCL?

Kumar accused the administration of partisan attitude and said it always invoked the part of the UGC guidelines that goes against the university employees, but always resists all those provisions that favours the faculty.

While PUTA has been pitching for adopting the UGC regulation in to-to, senior teachers who would be affecting with the move have been divided over the issue, as adopting UGC leave rules in to-to would bring down their casual leaves from 20 to eight days and duty leave to 30 per year, which presently has no limitation, the special casual leave, which is presently 10 would also be finished, while the gazetted holidays would also come down to around 10 from 26 days in an year.

Prof Manjit Singh, member PUTA executive, said the university administration was trying to create a dividing line between senior and junior faculty members.



School teachers demand promotions
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, May 3
A meeting of the Government Teachers Union (Regd), UT, was held yesterday to discuss the long pending demands of teachers working in government schools. Issues relating to promotions were prominently raised in the meeting.

Teachers claimed that that no promotion from the master cadre to lecturer or from the JBT to head teachers, centre head teachers and masters had been made as per rules since 1993. The teachers also highlighted the fact that no final seniority list has been prepared in the last 45 years and there is complete ignorance of the CVC mandated transfer policy.

“Promotion and seniority might be just another case file for officials, but these issues are at the crux of the career of hundreds of teachers. We have demanded the education department to initiate regularisation of SSA teachers and ensure equal pay for equal work,” said president Khushali Sharma.



Manual on health-promoting schools released
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, May 3
Months after giving accreditation to 20 city schools as health-promoting schools on pilot basis, Governor of Punjab and UT Administrator Shivraj V Patil released a manual on health-promoting schools here today.

“The concept of health promoting schools is a WHO-recognised framework, established in over 50 countries and now after Singapore and Thailand, Chandigarh will be the next state to implement the programme in South-East Asia,” said Home Secretary Anil Kumar. He also said preventive measures implemented during school-going years are more likely to be helpful, as lifestyle diseases that strike an individual in the middle age find its roots in the early childhood.

On the basis of about eight parameters, a school can get itself categorised as a health-promoting school.

Some of the criterion are healthy and a hygienic environment at school, physical education and activity, proper nutrition, community participation and due importance to emotional and mental health.

The initiative is likely to be an important tool and a torchbearer for other states for the building of a school that promote overall health and growth of students.

The first-of-its-kind initiative was undertaken in July last year and 21 schools, including GMSSS-10, GMSSS-37-B, GMSSS-16, GMHS-41-D, GSSS-27, DAV Public School-15, Sacred Heart Senior Secondary School-26, St John’s High School-26, GMSSS-35, GMSSS-Karsan, GSSS-Kaimbwala, Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya-25 West, St Kabir Public School-26, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan-27, Carmel Convent School-9, St Anne’s Convent School-32, Guru Harkrishan Model School-38, Shishu Niketan-22 and DAV Senior Secondary School-8.



Implementation of RTE Act
Department sends ‘last warning’ to pvt schools
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, May 3
The UT education department, which remained silent over implementation of the Right of Children to Free and Compulsary Education Act (RTE Act) even weeks after the Supreme Court uphelding its constitutional validity, has sent another letter to city private schools as their “last warning”.

“We have got complaints against you for not admitting students under the RTE Act. Please admit them or necessary action would be taken against violator,” reads the letter sent by DEO Ram Kumar.

The letter has, meanwhile, failed to affect the schools who have considered it as yet another hoax threat, as HS Mamik, president Independent School Association, said, “It’s high time that their seniors take action and work out reimbursements or at the least inspect us and give us recognition to bring us under the purview of RTE. Rather than doing anything constructive on the Act, they are just sending out letters, which aren’t of much help at this stage.”



From schools


Chandigarh: IRIS workshop was organised at Shishu Niketan Model Senior Secondary School, Sector 22-D, on Thursday. It was an initiative by Intel in collaboration with the department of science and technology and CII where students and teachers from 17 schools participated. They were motivated to change their observations into inventions.

Water Resources Day

The Green Glory Eco Club of Government Model Senior Secondary School, Mani Majra, has celebrated Water Resources Day on the school premises. Members of the club presented a skit on the topic “Save every drop of water”. — TNS



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