Phagwara Sangrur ROB inaugurated:
ROB inaugurated:Member of Rajya Sabha Sukhdev Singh Dhindsa on Friday inaugurated a road over bridge (ROB) over the railway level crossing in Churral Kalan village in Lehragaga. The ROB was built at a cost of Rs 20 crore.
Tarn Taran 3 booked for fraud:
3 booked for fraud:The Khemkaran police has booked three persons, Kuldeep Singh, Nishan Singh and Vishal Gill, under IPC section 420 for allegedly defrauding a sweet shop owner of Rattoke village, 45 km from here. The complainant alleged that two of the accused introduced themselves as Health Department officials and threatened to seal his shop for allegedly selling adulterated sweets. He said the accused then demanded Rs 20,000 for letting him off.
Three gangsters held: The police has arrested three gangsters -- Hukam Singh, Krishan Kumar and his brother Mahesh Kumar -- all residents of Durga Colony here. The accused allegedly took away a Bolero vehicle from Yudhvir, district media chief of the Bharat Swabhiman Trust, and his associate Anuj, when they were pasting posters of yoga guru Swami Ramdev’s two-day function at Gurukul Ghaseda, near here, on Wednesday night. The police recovered the vehicle from the accused. They were today produced in a local court which remanded them in judicial custody.
Four persons arrested for drugs smuggling:
Acting on a tip-off, Raiwala police arrested four drug peddlers and recovered 300gm Smack and 200gm Charas from their possession here today. After getting information about drugs being smuggled into Dehradun, Raiwala police started an intensive drive of checking vehicles during which four suspicious persons were stopped for questioning. Even the policemen were shocked after they found packets of smack and charas from them.
The arrested, Shameem, Mahesh, Sohan and Laxman, told the police during interrogation that the smack and charas was smuggled from Nepal and that they were smuggling it into Dehradun from Muzaffarnagar. According to the police, the seized smack is worth Rs 30 lakh in the international market. Meanwhile, police are questioning all the four accused and trying to gather information about their links and customers. A source said that arrested have named a few buyers in Dehradun. . State BJP Minority Cell to meet on November 11: Markets to remain shut
on November 8: Ex-servicmen to hold a
rally in December: Elephants destroy shops
in Adhorwala: Nainital Ramnagar
State BJP Minority Cell to meet on November 11:Uttarakhand BJP Minority Cell will be meeting in Haridwar on November 11. According to Amir Ahmed Quadri, BJP Minority Cell President, the meeting, beginning at 10 am, will take place at Punjabi Dharamshala. Uttarakhand BJP President Teerath Singh Rawat will be the chief guest.
Markets to remain shut on November 8:Dehradun markets will be observing its weekly closure on November 8. This is being done as Sunday is Diwali and markets will remain open. Instead, the markets will remain closed on November 8, Friday. This was informed by BVRC Purshottam, Dehradun District Magistrate.
Ex-servicmen to hold a rally in December:JDerhadun District Ex-servicemen Welfare Officer Anil Wadhva has informed that an ex-servicemen rally will take place in Dehradun on December 28. A meeting will take up concerns of ex-servicemen during the rally and modified scooters will be distributed to the disabled ex-servicemen.
Elephants destroy shops in Adhorwala:Elephants in Adhorwala village of Dehradun destroyed three shops yesterday. Former Adhorwala Pradhan Purshottam Dobhal disclosed that in the past few years elephants have repeatedly raided the crops in the region. He said that the matter has been brought to the knowledge of the state forest department but there has been no respite.