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Satish Chandra to head police complaints authority

Chandigarh: The Punjab Government on Tuesday appointed former IAS and former Home Secretary Satish Chandra as the chairperson of the State Police Complaints Authority. The chairperson holds the office for a term of three years and heads a panel of retired IAS and IPS officers to hear complaints against police. TNS

On NCSC directions, Ldh doctor gets MBBS degree

Chandigarh: After the National Commission for Scheduled Castes (NCSC) directions, the Punjab Government on Tuesday issued the MBBS degree to a Ludhiana-based SC doctor. The degree was earlier withheld by the college authorities due to amendments to the post-matric scholarship scheme for SC students. Commission chairman Vijay Sampla had asked the government and college authorities to release the degree of Dr Sheena Mattu. tns

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