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HT Punjab news digest: Paid parking in Chandigarh, PGI has no ‘love’ for baby Chahat, and more

Here’s a wrap-up of the day’s top news and features from Hindustan Times from Punjab, the neighbouring northern region and the diaspora for May 27.

punjab Updated: May 27, 2017 21:29 IST
HT Correspondents

Paid parking back in Chandigarh, you pay double from September

All 26 parking lots in the city will go paid sometimes next week with the municipal corporation finally succeeding in giving out a contract. Of the 26 lots, only three are currently functioning under a contractor. Read More

HC notice to Punjab govt, PGI for ‘turning back’ on nine-month-old obese Amritsar baby Chahat

The Punjab and Haryana high court has invoked its suo motu powers on the Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) turning its back on treatment of a nine-month-old obese girl (she weighs 20-kg) from Amritsar, Chahat. Read More

UAE court commutes death sentence of 10 Punjabi murder convicts to prison terms

Ten Indians, facing execution in the UAE for murdering a Pakistani man, may soon return home as their death sentences were commuted to prison terms after a charity paid the blood money to the family of the victim, a media report said on Friday. Read More

Keep calm and put your best effort: Advisory for AIIMS entrance exam tomorrow

The announcement of All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) advisory for bachelor of medicine, bachelor of surgery entrance exam to allow usage of extra sheet for rough work has brought smiles on the faces of AIIMS aspirants. Read More

Top cop KPS Gill taught Punjab Police how to fight AK-47 with .303 rifle

Peers and subordinate officers of super cop KPS Gill remember him as an officer ahead of times and the terrorists he was brought in to fight. Former Punjab DGP KK Attari, who had worked with Gill in various capacities, shared with HT how the latter trained them to “think big, plan for it and get it”. Read More