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Union Territory police identify 3,000 crime-prone children

IN A FIRST OF ITS KIND INITIATIVE, THE POLICE HAVE DECIDED TO BRING THEM INTO MAINSTREAM HIMANI BAHUGUNA Chandigarh In a first of its kind initiative, the Chandigarh police have identified around 3000 thousand crime prone children between the age group of 8-16 years living in six peripheral areas of the city. Under this initiative

PGI’s cash outreach Chandigarh

PGI’s cash-starved outreach programme

WAMIL VASHISHT Chandigarh Funds crunch has taken a toll on the operations of the outreach programme ‘Asha Jyoti’ by Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) facilitating screening of breast cancer, cervical cancer and osteoporosis. The authorities have struggled to raise funds for the outreach health van, including its maintenance and operational costs.

Fake snatching callers imprisonment

Fake snatching callers to face six months imprisonment

HIMANI BAHUGUNA Chandigarh To tighten a noose around the fake callers making fake snatching calls at the Police Control Room (PCR), the Chandigarh police have now initiated the process of booking such informants under section 182 of IPC or under section 66(3) of the Punjab police act. Confirming the same UT SSP Nilambari Vijay Jagdale

sukhpal Singh Khaira punjabi Ekta Party

Watch video of Sukhpal Singh Khaira press conference regarding announcement of new ‘Punjabi Ekta Party’

Sukhpal Singh Khaira press conference regarding announcement of new ‘Punjabi Ekta

acid test girl victim Roopnagar

“Never say die’’ spirit: An acid test of life for a girl victim from Roopnagar

Highlights A girl victim of acid attack from Roopnagar wages a new war to live up The victim has been Ekeing out her livelihood banking on her instincts BINDU SINGH Chandigarh “Never say die” is the spirit of an acid attack victim, Inderjeet Kaur. A young girl, who is blind, having distorted nose, lost her one ear, has

7 killed, 4 injured in accident due to heavy fog in Haryana

7 killed, 4 injured in accident due to heavy fog in Haryana

Ambala (Har):Seven people were killed and four injured when a vehicle rammed into two SUVs due to heavy fog on the Ambala-Chandigarh national highway on Saturday, police said.”Two cars coming from Chandigarh were hit by another vehicle. The accident took place as heavy fog limited visibility. The injured people have been hospitalised,” they said.The deceased

Swasth Bharat Yatra Chandigarh

Swasth Bharat Yatra- Eat Right India Movement in Chandigarh

Himani Bahuguna  Chandigarh  A pledge was given by administrator  in the presence of Manoj Parida, Adviser to Administrator , Mandeep Singh Brar, Deputy Commissioner,  A.K.Sinha,  Finance Commissioner, Sachin Rana, Additional Deputy Commissioner and other senior officials from the various Government Departments.  The fervor of event was  heightened with display of caricatures on Eat Safe, Eat Healthy,

Punjab DGP asks CM Captain Amarinder Singh to relieve him from his duties

Punjab Chief Minister admitted to PGI Chandigarh for kidney stone removal

Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh was admitted to the Post-Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) here on Sunday night. He will undergo a kidney stone removal procedure. The 76-year-old Chief Minister wrote on Twitter on Sunday: “Got myself admitted to the PGI Chandigarh today evening for removal of a Kidney stone, a simple laser

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1984 Anti Sikh Riots:SIT to have 2 members now, SC modifies earlier order

Modifying its earlier order, the Supreme Court Tuesday said the three-member SIT set up to supervise further probe into 186 cases of the 1984 anti-Sikh riots will now have two members only as one of those appointed has declined to be a part of it. A bench headed by Justice Madan B Lokur passed the order as the Centre had earlier informed the court that one of

High Court : Helmets for Sikh girls: May be, may not be

It was in July this year when the Punjab and Haryana High Court asked the UT Administration to make the helmets mandatory for the women riding two wheelers Himani Bahuguna Chandigarh The Chandigarh Administration on Monday issued notification making it optional for Sikh women to wear protective head gear while driving or riding pillion on a two wheeler on city roads. The

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Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder discharged from PGI

Punjab Chief Minister, Captain Amarinder has been discharged today morning from the PGI, Chandigarh. He was admitted in the hospital last afternoon for routine check up as per the doctors of PGI who were treating him.But the sources revealed that he felt some pain in the heart and due to high blood pressure he was

Punjab CM Captain Amarinder Singh PGI

Watch the video to know about the real picture of Punjab CM’s health

PGI doctor who is treating Punjab CM Captain Amarinder Singh

Punjab CM hospitalized

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh hospitalized at PGI Chandigarh

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder hospitalized at PGI Chandigarh an hour ago. According to the sources, he is being hospitalized due to heart pain. Though few sources  inside the hospital are claiming that he is being hospitalized due to high blood pressure and routine check. However, doctors in the PGI later claimed that he is

Court orders Ludhiana crackers

Court orders violated in Ludhiana, 11 cases for reported

Amarpreet Singh Makkar Ludhiana   The orders of Punjab and Haryana High court and local Police for crackers brusting timings was violated on Diwali eve in Ludhiana. The city Police has registered 11 cases against unidentified persons for brusting crackers beyond time limit. However, the cases were registered against unidentified persons and no arrested has been made so far. In all the FIRs registered under section 188 of

singer MeToo campaign

How much trouble is this singer facing after raising voice in #MeToo campaign?

How much trouble is this singer facing after raising voice in #MeToo campaign? Watch the video to know the ground reality of females who raised voice against the males in #MeToo Campaign. As females are facing various kinds of problems in society after disclosing the misdoings with them. How much trouble is this singer facing

Amritsar accident: Ramlila committee holds candle march in Chandigarh

Amritsar accident: Ramlila committee holds candle march in Chandigarh. Artists of the Shree Ramleela Committee on Saturday held a candle march in Chandigarh as a tribute to the victims of the Amritsar train tragedy that took place during Dussehra celebrations on Friday. Dressed as Lord Ram, Goddess Sita, and Lord Hanuman, the artists walked on

Sikh women exempted from wearing helmet in Chandigarh

Sikh women exempted from wearing helmet in Chandigarh

Sikh women exempted from wearing helmet in Chandigarh. The Central Government on Thursday issued a notification, exempting Sikh women from wearing helmets in Chandigarh. The following decision came after Sikh bodies, led by Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) chief Sukhbir Singh Badal made a representation to Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh. The Home Ministry has advised

Punjab people rehabilitation rescue

Punjab: 42 people rescued from rehabilitation centre

Punjab Police on Thursday rescued 42 people – suffering from drug addiction – from Disha Rehabilitation Centre in Ludhiana after receiving complaints that they were apparently being ill-treated at the institution. The rehabilitation centre is unregistered. Soon after the rescue, the patients were brought to the civil hospital in the city. “The centre was working illegally. The

4 year sold Saanvi secures second spot in National U-7 chess tournament

National U-7 chess tournament: Four-year-old Saanvi Aggarwal from Chandigarh has secured the second position with four points in the U-5 category at the 32nd National U-7 Open Girls Chess Championship. The young champ Saanvi while speaking to ANI, said, “My parents taught me and made me practice on the computer. With time I learnt all

Punjab Government notifies 33 per cent increase in salary for nurses

Narinder Jagga Chandigarh: The Punjab Government has issued the notification increasing 33 per cent hike in the salary of nurses, who had been holding protests in various stations in the State.They wrote a letter with their blood to the Madam Aroosa, a woman friend of CM Amarinder Singh, in which they wrote if their demand