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HindustanTimes Sun,31 Aug 2014

Jalandhar

Vigilance team nabs bone specialist while taking bribe

The vigilance bureau caught a bone specialist of the Kapurthala Civil Hospital while taking bribe from a patient's son on Saturday.

Aarush's father alleges police inaction in registering case against Innocent Hearts School

Chandan Arora, father of four-year-old Aarush Arora who was crushed to death by his school bus, alleged that city police were dilly- dallying in registering a case against the management of Innocent Hearts School and had only arrested the driver and the conductor.

Legal services authority organizes lok adalat

The district legal services authority (DLSA) organised a lok adalat at the district court and sub divisional courts in Nakodar and Phillaur on Saturday.

The Trophy waited for its real master

Three decades after, Gurmail Singh, who was part of the Indian team which won gold at the 1980 Moscow Summer Olympics, was conferred the Dhyanchand Award by the President of India. The trophy in the hands of the erstwhile icon added to the pride of its owner as he landed in his own city amid celebrations.

NRI Sabha launches career calendar to motivate students

After finding reason behind strife-torn Iraq tragedy wherein Punjabis were stuck, the NRI Sabha has took up an initiate to motivate and educate students in the rural areas about the career oriented courses which they could choose after class 10 and 12.

Construction of district administrative complex progresses at a snail's pace

The construction of the state government's ambitious project to unite all the government departments in a single building to provide the best services to the public, the district administrative complex (DAC), is progressing at a snail's pace.

City police in dock for not following procedure in a rape case

The Sadar police station of Jalandhar commissionerate police is in the dock for failing to file sections of the Protection of Children from Sexual Offenses (POCSO) Act, 2012, in the rape case of a minor girl of Jandiala Manjaki village. It has been 48 hours to the incident.

Hanging fire since three years, new civil hospital building to open on Sep 9

 After a delay of three years, the new building of Nawanshahr civil hospital will finally open for the public on September 9 this year. The plan has been hanging fire because of a land acquisition row and has missed several deadlines in the past too.

Man convicted of raping daughter

The court of additional sessions judge Poonam R Joshi has convicted a 50-year-old man for his minor daughter's rape and sentenced him to 12 years of imprisonment. He was also awarded one year sentence under Section 506 (criminal intimidation) of the Indian Penal Code and seven years under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offenses Act (POCSCO). All the sentences will run concurrently.

Government Arts and Sports College still in shambles

The Government Arts and Sports College located on the Kapurthala road which was once the hub of aspiring national and international players has now lost its sheen.

Drug addict gets 10-year jail

The court of additional district and sessions judge Arun Gupta awarded 10-year imprisonment to Bharat Bhushan Katyal of New Basant Nagar, Ludhiana on Wednesday. 

Khalsa Collegiate students hold protest against transfer of 'favourite' teacher

Demonstrating their love for their teacher, around 30 students of Lyallpur Khalsa Collegiate School held a protest against the management for transferring their favourite teacher from their school.

Elderly couple killed in robbery

An elderly couple bravely countered a robber in Kishan Nagar locality near Madan Flour Mill Chowk on Tuesday morning. The robber was nabbed by neighbours after the couple raised an alarm.

HC stays Punjab education minister's summoning orders by Hoshiarpur court

The Punjab and Haryana High Court has put a stay on the Hoshiarpur court's orders to summon Punjab education minister and Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) secretary, Daljeet Singh Cheema, in a case of forgery filed against Akali leaders in 2009 for having two constitutions of the SAD party. Cheema's petition challenging the Hoshiarpur court's orders came up for hearing before the court headed by Justice Amol Rattan Singh on Monday.

DTO opens new counters for HSRPs

  In an effort to provide major relief to applicants, the district transport office (DTO) opened three new counters for High Security Registration Plates (HSRP) at the premises of the district administration complex on Monday.

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