Sukhdev fashions 3BRD Air Force win at Chandigarh State Men’s Hockey Championship

Published on Jun 19, 2022 01:39 AM IST
In other matches at the Chandigarh State Men’s Hockey Championship, SGGS Hockey Club outplayed Wanderers Club 5-1, while CISF beat Rock Rovers Hockey Club 5-0.
3BRD Air Force registered a win at Chandigarh State Men’s Hockey Championship. (HT File)
3BRD Air Force registered a win at Chandigarh State Men’s Hockey Championship. (HT File)
By, Chandigarh

Riding high on a hat-trick of goals from Sukhdev, 3BRD Air Force outclassed Chandigarh Hockey Academy in a match played during the Chandigarh State Senior Men’s Hockey Championship at the hockey stadium in Sector 42. In other matches, SGGS Hockey Club outplayed Wanderers Club 5-1, while CISF beat Rock Rovers Hockey Club 5-0.

CGC signs up for exchange programme

Chandigarh The Chandigarh Group of Colleges (CGC) Landran has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Camarines Sur Polytechnic College, Philippines to facilitate students from both the institutions to pursue short term programmes. It is underpinned by the objective of promoting excellence through academic collaborations and opportunities for joint research.

Campaign launched to help students

Chandigarh Chandigarh Welfare Trust on Saturday launched a special campaign under the banner of “Shikshit Sheher, Viksit Sheher” to make up for the losses faced by students due to the breakout of Covid in the last two years. The campaign kickstarted from Government Model Senior Secondary School at Dadumajra Colony in Sector 38-West.

Yoga festival begins at PU

Chandigarh A four-day yoga festival kicked off at the Panjab University (PU) on Saturday. Mohit Vasudev of the Swami Vivekananda Study Centre, in his address to NSS volunteers, spoke about the impact that yoga can have on one’s and its various medical benefits.

Health secy inspects AYUSH hospital

Chandigarh With renovation work of AYUSH hospital in Sector 34 failing to complete in the three years, the UT health secretary Yashpal Garg on Saturday asked officials concerned to speed up the renovation work “The renovation work is still incomplete on account of transfer of funds. The joint and assistant director were unaware of the work status, but the officials have now been asked to speed the process, without further delay,” he said.

English translation of Balkar Sidhu’s play unveiled

Chandigarh Performing arts society, The Narrators, organised a “launch-cum-art lit adaptation” of Punjabi playwright Balkar Sidhu’s production, Sassi Punnu, at the Punjab Kala Bhawan, Sector 16. The play was translated into English by The Narrators, and founder-director Nisha Luthra directed the art-lit adaptation. The English translation was unveiled by writer and poet Surjit Patar and renowned thespian Neelam Mansingh Chowdhry. Punjabi Sahit Academy, Ludhiana, president Lakhwinder Singh Johal and Punjab Sangeet Natak Akademi president Kewal Dhaliwal were the guests of honour. The event was organised in association with the Punjabi Lekhak Sabha, Chandigarh, and Punjab Sangeet Natak Academy

Drug awareness in focus at police camps

Chandigarh Police’s drug abuse awareness team on Saturday organised an awareness camps at the community centre in Mauli Jagran and near the Laxmi Narayan Mandir in Sector 20. The camps saw a nukkad natak by Desi Rang Manch, a city-based NGO, on the ill-effects on drugs. Pamphlets, stickers, caps, pens and t-shits were also distributed among children.

Close Story

Less time to read?

Try Quickreads

  • One of the women carrying the handmade rakhi featuring PM Modi's face.

    Widows of Vrindavan design Rakhi for PM Modi

    Ahead of Rakshabandhan, a group of old-aged widows of Vrindavan have designed rakhis for Prime Minister Narendra Modi as part of the annual ritual. The specially designed handmade rakhis to be dispatched from the temple town of western Uttar Pradesh also feature the prime minister's face on them. Sulabh NGO that works with these widows has been training and assisting them for over a decade to learn different skills.

  • Shrikant Tyagi, accused of abusing woman, arrested from Meerut and brought to Noida Police Commissioner's office, in Noida. (ANI Photo)

    ‘She is like my sister’: Shrikant Tyagi on woman he assaulted in Noida society

    Shrikant Tyagi - the Noida politician whose claims of being a Bharatiya Janata Party leader have been denied by the BJP and who has been arrested by Uttar Pradesh Police for abusing and assaulting a woman - claimed Tuesday the woman 'is like (my) sister' and alleged a 'conspiracy' to 'politically decimate him'. Tyagi was booked Friday; he and his three associates face charges of 'outraging the modesty of a woman' against Tyagi and others.

  • Accused Nagesh Babu had planned the acid attack well in advance.

    Bengaluru acid attack case: 770-page charge sheet filed, details inside

    Bengaluru police on Tuesday filed a 770-page charge sheet before the Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate in an acid attack case that happened in the city in late April, news agency ANI reported Wednesday. As many as 92 witnesses have been mentioned in the charge sheet. The accused, Nagesh Babu, had been pursuing the victim for around seven years, during which he proposed marriage several times despite the victim's firm refusals.

  • Partha Chatterjee. (ANI)

    In prison, ex-Bengal minister Partha Chatterjee spends time reading

    Former West Bengal minister Partha Chatterjee, who was arrested on July 23 in an alleged job scam case, has been reading compilations of the works of writer-activist Mahasweta Devia and sermons of 19th-century saint Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa in his solitary cell at Kolkata's historic Presidency Jail now designated as a correctional home. Officials said Chatterjee has also requested a few other books on politics, economics, and law.

  • The minimum temperature was expected to be 28 degrees Celsius. (HT PHOTO)

    Partly overcast weather, mercury expected to go up to 37 degrees in Delhi

    Delhi's air quality was in the satisfactory category on Wednesday morning as partly overcast weather was expected with a minimum temperature of 28 degrees Celsius and the maximum 37 degrees Celsius. According to the Central Pollution Control Board, the hourly air quality index was 98 at 7am. On Sunday, the average 24-hour AQI was 112 in the moderate category with PM2.5 and PM 10 being the significant pollutants.

Story Saved
Saved Articles
My Reads
Sign out
New Delhi 0C
Wednesday, August 10, 2022
Start 15 Days Free Trial Subscribe Now