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HindustanTimes Fri,25 Apr 2014

Chandigarh

Nepal man held for sending obscene texts

A native of Nepal was sent to judicial custody for 14 days after being arrested by the UT cyber-cell department for sending obscene messages to a Sector-35 resident through social networking mobile application, WhatsApp, here on Thursday.

NDA govt at Centre is only solutionof all problems: Chandumajra

Shiromani Akali Dal candidate from Anandpur Sahib constituency Prem Singh Chandumajra organised a road show here on Thursday.

'Manhandled' cop seeks action against SGPC member

A cop who claimed he was manhandled by a SGPC member is now seeking redressal from the police top brass.

Back from leave, supervisor arrested

Two days after the Chandigarh Police booked 50-year- old Manish Arora, supervisor at Bal Niketan in Sector 15, for sexually harassing minor girls, it arrested him on Wednesday when he reached the institute after his four-day leave.

Murder outside Sec-19 school: Three students get life in jail

Three students convicted for murdering a 22-year-old man, who intervened in a group clash to save another student outside Government Model Senior Secondary School (GMSSS), Sector 19, would spend rest of their life in jail.

Confined for 7 yrs, 3 of family rescued

The District Legal Services Authority ( DLSA) rescued three members of a family, who were allegedly mentally challenged and confined in a house for the past about seven years.

DC asks SSP to book estate officials for irregularities

UT deputy commissioner (DC) Mohammed Shayin has urged senior superintendent of police (SSP) Sukhchain Singh to lodge a first information report (FIR) against the subdivisional of ficer (buildings), junior engineer and other estate officials for irregularities in approving building plans of five commercial properties.

UT to shift complainants to another destitute home

With an aim to thwart any pressure on the inmates of Bal Niketan - a home for orphan girls in Sector 15 - on whose complaint an FIR was lodged against 50-year-old supervisor of the home for sexually harassing them, the UT social welfare department has decided to shift the complainants to another government-run destitute home.

Four held guilty for robbery in P'kula house

The court of district and sessions judge RK Sondhi on Wednesday held four people guilty of loot in Sector 4 by holding four people hostage at knifepoint last year.

Cop's son, aide arrested for snatching

Police on Wednesday arrested two persons, who allegedly snatched the purse from a woman lecturer Tuesday. One of the two accused was identified as the son of a serving head constable with the Chandigarh Traffic Police.

3 of family confined for 7 years rescued

The District Legal Services Authority (DLSA) rescued three members of a family, who were allegedly mentally challenged and confined in a house for the past about seven years.

Accused supervisor still at large

The main accused in the Bal Niketan sexual assault case, Manish Arora, remained at large on Wednesday, a day after a case was registered into the matter. The police have sent teams to different parts of Punjab and Haryana to nab the 50-year-old accused, who is the supervisor of the Sector 15 home.

PU scientists successfully develop plates for Higgs Boson project

Panjab University scientists have succeeded in developing the first resistive plate chamber to be used in the project to upgrade the Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS) experiment at the Large Hadron Collider, the world’s largest and most powerful particle accelerator in Geneva, for experiments on the Higgs boson or ‘God Particle’.

PU to introduce compulsory course on crimes against women

Come new academic session and colleges affiliated to Panjab University will have a compulsory module on crime against women for undergraduate courses, for which each student must pass an exam once during their course.

Complainant turns hostile in graft case against former AIG

After the complainant in a corruption case against former assistant inspector general (AIG) of Punjab Police, PS Sandhu, tur ned hostile, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has moved an application seeking permission to record the former’s voice sample.
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