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To err is education dept
Chandigarh, June 14
The education department is still not clear who has topped the medical stream in Class XII exams in government schools.

Vishal Garg (encircled), a student of non-medical stream, wrongly mentioned as medical topper in the Class XI prospectus.
Vishal Garg (encircled), a student of non-medical stream, wrongly mentioned as medical topper in the Class XI prospectus. 







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Weapon, bloodstained clothes recovered 
Chandigarh, June 14
The Chandigarh Police today recovered the knife that was used to kill inspector Sucha Singh. The bloodstained clothes of accused Basant were also recovered.

CBI DIG Mahesh Aggarwal repatriated
Chandigarh, June 14
CBI DIG Mahesh Aggarwal, who courted controversy for his alleged involvement in leaking information of the CBI raid on former union minister Pawan Kumar Bansalís nephew Vijay Singlaís residence in Sector 28, has been repatriated to his parent cadre Tamil Nadu.

Nigerian had affluent clients
Chandigarh, June 14
The 32-year-old Nigerian, who was arrested by the sleuths of the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) on Wednesday, supplied drugs to students belonging to affluent families, said the police.

Units flouting norms to face action
Panchkula, June 14
The district administration has swung into action following a major fire at Recorders and Medicare Unit Systems in Industrial Area, Phase I, Panchkula, on Thursday.






COMMUNITY

Notice to 120 guesthouses
Chandigarh, June 14
The Municipal Corporation today served notices on 120 illegal guesthouses that come within the MC limits. Most of the guesthouses are in Kajheri village, Burail, Attawa, Mani Majra, Maloya, Dadu Majra.

Rain showers chaos on PGI
Chandigarh, June 14
Rainwater accumulated around the emergency unit and cardiac centre of the PGIMER has put patients and their attendants to inconvenience.

As the sky opened up, a frog emerges from a pond in Kharar on Friday.
Big leap: As the sky opened up, a frog emerges from a pond in Kharar on Friday. Tribune Photo: Vicky Gharu 

Highway domination from today
Panchkula, June 14
In an effort to check the highway crime, smuggling, illegal supply of liquor, the Commissioner of Police, Rajbir Deswal, has ordered to conduct a highway domination at various highways falling in the Panchkula-Ambala Commissionarate.

Child labour eradication week from June 17
Mohali, June 14
Child labour eradication week will be observed in Mohali district from June 17 to June 23. Deputy Commissioner Tejinder Pal Singh Sidhu said here today that special teams would be set up that would carry out checks on hotels, dhabas, industrial units and brick-kilns to find out if children were being made to work there as labourers.

HUDA postpones demolition drive due to inadequate police force 
Panchkula, June 14
The non-availability of requisite police force for tomorrow has urged the Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) to postpone the demolition drive of the 100 shops at Old Panchkula that have encroached the land.

PGIís psychiatric dept without psychologists
Chandigarh, June 14
The department of psychiatry at the PGI has been reeling under severe shortage of clinical psychologists for the past couple of years. Over the years, all the psychologists have resigned.

Pet shop owner seeks legal action against Maneka Gandhi
Chandigarh, June 14
A city resident today filed a criminal complaint against Maneka Gandhi, chairperson, People for Animals, and four other local members of the organisation at the local court. The case has been deferred till July 5.

Summer festival begins at Tagore Theatre
Ghazal singers Ahmed Hussain and Mohammed Hussain perform at Tagore Theatre on Friday.Chandigarh, June 14
The summer festival of the Chandigarh Administration began today with the performances of Ahmed Hussain and Mohammed Hussain, ghazal singers from Jaipur, at the Tagore Theatre here. Both singers left the audience spellbound with their ghazal and thumri recital.

Ghazal singers Ahmed Hussain and Mohammed Hussain perform at Tagore Theatre on Friday. Tribune photo: Parvesh Chauhan

MC razes illegal constructions at Ram Darbar
Chandigarh: The Municipal Corporation on Friday razed illegal constructions at Ram Darbar, Phase II.


Exposing the lack of arrangements made by the Municipal Corporation for proper drainage of rainwater ahead of the onset of monsoon, gullies remain choked along roads and streets in Chandigarh on Friday. These choked gullies lead to waterlogging, which causes inconveniece to commuters every year.
illprepared: Exposing the lack of arrangements made by the Municipal Corporation for proper drainage of rainwater ahead of the onset of monsoon, gullies remain choked along roads and streets in Chandigarh on Friday. These choked gullies lead to waterlogging, which causes inconveniece to commuters every year. Tribune photos: Parvesh Chauhan



EDUCATION

Mission Admission
Pioneer institute in home science
The administrative block of Government Home Science College, Sector 10, Chandigarh. Government Home Science College is one of the pioneer institutes in home science in the country. Since its inception in 1961, it has grown into an excellent educational centre satisfying the professional and the specialised needs of the contemporary women.

The administrative block of Government Home Science College, Sector 10, Chandigarh. Tribune photo: Pradeep Tewari

NSUI members submit memo to Panjab varsity
Chandigarh, June 14
National Students Union of India (NSUI) members today submitted a memorandum to the PU authorities demanding that the university should declare the number of vacant seats in each department before holding the entrance test for Phd and MPhil programmes.

Refresher course ends at PU
Chandigarh, June 14
A refresher course in ďResearch Methodology in SciencesĒ concluded today at Academic Staff College, Panjab University. The course was organised to orient college and university teachers regarding the prevailing research methodologies in sciences.

Regularise services: Teachers
Chandigarh, June 14
A delegation of the UT Cadre Educational Employees Union and the Chandigarh UT Subordinate Services Federation met the UT advisor today and demanded immediate promotions of JBT teachers to master/mistress cadre and regularisation of services of contractual teachers.

Committee okays 400 self-financing units
Chandigarh, June 14
The NSS State Advisory Committee, Chandigarh, in its meeting held today, approved the opening of 400 self-financing units (SFUs) in Chandigarh.

 
NEIGHBOURHOOD

Flesh trade racket busted
The accused in police custody at Dera Bassi on Friday. Dera Bassi, June 14
Dera Bassi police has busted a flesh-trade racket and arrested six accused persons, including two girls, during a raid conducted at the silver city flats.




The accused in police custody at Dera Bassi on Friday. A Tribune Photograph

Rajputs demand ban on TV serial Jodha Akbar
Ambala, June 14
A delegation of Rajput community of Ambala submitted a memorandum to the Deputy Commissioner, written to the Governor Haryana, in which the community had demanded a ban on Jodha Akbar serial, to be screened on Zee TV from June 18.

Awareness rally on blood donation held
Patiala, June 14
On the occasion of World Blood Donor Day (WBDD), Inder Kumar, president, Punjab Yuvak Chetna Manch, organised a mega awareness rally on blood donation in the city to create awareness among the people regarding voluntary blood donation.

Four RPF personnel booked
Ambala, June 14
The Ambala Cantt Sadar police has registered a case against four cops of Ambala Railway Protection Force (RPF) for extorting money from scrap dealers.

COURTS

High Court stays eviction
Work delayed on the Airport road.Mohali, June 14
The ongoing work on the 200-foot airport highway has been delayed with Punjab and Haryana High Court directing Greater Mohali Area Development Authority to give at least 15 daysí time to the unauthorised settlers to shift to some alternative place.


Work delayed on the Airport road. Tribune Photo: Vicky Gharu

Teacherís murder: Accused gets bail 
Chandigarh, June 14
The court today granted bail to Vishal Goyal, one of the accused in the 32-year-old computer teacher Monika Goyal murder case.

CRIME

Snatcher involved in 20 cases arrested
Chandigarh, June 14
With the arrest of one person, the crime branch of the Chandigarh police has claimed to have solved 20 cases of snatching and a case of vehicle theft.

Immigration firm owner held
Mohali, June 14
The Mohali police has arrested a man running an immigration company in th town on charges of cheating and criminal breach of trust.

SPORTS

Cricket trials in Mohali today
Chandigarh, June 14
The Mohali Cricket Association (MCA) will conduct the selection trials to pick the senior cricket team of boys, on June 15 (7 am) in the B-ground of the MCA.

 



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