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Sarpanch gunned down in Faridabad hospital

india Updated: Jul 22, 2012 00:32 IST
Hindustan Times

A 30-year-old village sarpanch was gunned down at a local hospital in Ballabgarh on Saturday morning.

Police said over half a dozen armed men entered the local hospital in Chawla Colony, where Bijender Tewatia of Palwal was attending to his ailing eight-year-old son, and started firing indiscriminately.

He died on the spot. Police said the victim had been allotted gunmen but they weren't present at the time of the incident.

The police have identified the killers but none of them have been arrested. The victim's neighbours said some old rivalry could be the reason for the attack.

Filmmaking workshop for students organised

New Delhi: Students from 25 middle schools across the city participated in a day-long film making workshop organised by the Indian National Trust for Arts and Cultural Heritage (INTACH).

Called 'FilmIt', the multi-cultural programme project helps students make short films showcasing the culture and heritage of their city.

Students of St Columba's, the Banyan Tree, Bluebells International, Modern School, Navyug School, Laxmibai Nagar, were among those who participated in the programme on Friday. HTC