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HindustanTimes Wed,22 Oct 2014

Bathinda

Faridkot police arrest three, recover eight illegal weapons worth Rs. 2.5 crore

Police claim to have arrested three people regarding illegal sale and purchase of weapons, besides recovering eight foreign-made pistols which the police estimate cost Rs. 2.5 crore.However, police have failed to trace the accused behind the robbery of 34 guns and 1,243 cartridges from a gun house on October 6 which is one of the largest incidents of theft of sophisticated weapons.

7-year-old missing from Jaitu traced

Seven-year-old Prince alias Kokky, who was missing from Jaitu town of Faridkot district for two-and-a-half months, was handed over to his parents in Bathinda by officials of the district child protection unit on Tuesday.

Tepid response to district-level women's games

It was a dismal show at the two-day district level women's games (under-25) organised in Bathinda as only a few teams turned up for participation.

Man booked for sexually harassment

Police have booked a man for sexually harassing a woman at the inter-state bus terminus here. Based on the complaint by the woman, a resident of Danewala village in Mansa district, police have booked Kulwant Singh, a resident of Sada Singh Wala village in Mansa.

Forest field staff workers stage protest

Members of the field workers union of the forest department staged a protest in front of the office of the divisional forest officer in support of their demands on Monday.

Man booked for storing crackers at home

Police have booked a man for storing crackers at his house, defying orders of the district administration in this regard. A case has been registered against Praveen Kumar, a resident of Baba Deep Singh Nagar, after crackers were found at his house which he had stored with a purpose to sell on Diwali.

Man booked for cheating

Police have booked a Jalandhar resident for allegedly cheating a man in the name of sending him abroad. Based on a complaint by Gurmeet Singh, a resident of Paras Ram Nagar here, a case under Section 420 of the IPC has been registered against Yuvraj Singh, a resident of Kapurthala Chowk in Jalandhar.

Food adulteration: Health department's pace slackens ahead of Diwali

The festive season has increased the risk of adulterated food and the health department has also issued advisories to avoid consumption of sweets during Diwali. However, the activism by officials to keep a check on the sweet makers does not reflect on the statistics.

Child drowns in water tank near Rose Garden

A child drowned in the water tank behind the Rose Garden and adjacent to Joggers' park here after he slipped into the tank accidentally while playing.

Fast-depleting underground water table a big worry for state

Out of the 142 revenue blocks of Punjab, including three out of the five revenue blocks of Moga district--- block Moga-1, Nihal Singh Wala and Moga-2 in the heartland of the Malwa region, 110 blocks have already been declared 'dark zones' by the Central Ground Water Board (CGWB) due to fast depletion of the water table.

Mobile phones recovered from jail premises

The staff of Bathinda central jail has recovered two mobile phones along with their chargers from the jail premises. A complaint in this regard has been lodged at Civil Lines police station by assistant jail superintendent Rajdeep Singh in which he claimed the mobile phones were found in a box near the hospital inside the jail. Singh said he was walking around the hospital along with another jail staff when he noticed the boxes.

Five booked for attempt to murder

Police have booked five people for an alleged attempt-to-murder attack on a college student when he objected to their hooliganism in college. A case under Section 307 of the IPC has been registered against Manpreet Singh, Harpreet Singh, Jasdeep Singh, Amandeep Singh and Jeet Singh for allegedly attacking Karanvir Singh at an educational institution in Talwandi Sabo.

Congress leader on fast-unto-death admitted to hospital

District Congress committee president Mohan Lal Jhumba, who had been on a fast-unto-death in front the Canal Colony police station since Wednesday, was picked up by the police and admitted to the civil hospital on Thursday night.

Faridkot distributary closed, troubles farmers

 The canal distributary here has been lying closed for about past 10 days and many farmers, who have already harvested their paddy crop, are feeling the shortage of water as now they need it to irrigate their fields to sow wheat crop.

4 held with fake currency notes worth Rs. 5 lakh

Fazilka Police claim to have nabbed four members of a gang involved in the printing and distribution of Fake Indian Currency Notes (FICN) and recovered Rs. 4,80,000 fake notes besides a computer and its printers from them.
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