Woman out for walk at 6 am loses gold chain to snatchers in Chandigarh
Snatchers struck again in Chandigarh, this time targeting a woman who was out for a morning walk in Sector 51 on Wednesday.
Sarita, who lives in Sector 51, reported that she left home for her daily morning walk around 6 am. She was near the slip road in Sector 51-B, when two men on a motorcycle snatched her gold chain and pendant, and sped away.
Alarmed by the attack, she could not note down the motorcycle’s registration number. On her complaint, police registered a case under Section 379-A (snatching) of the Indian Penal Code at the Sector-49 police station. Police are scanning CCTV footage in the area to get clues about the accused.
Pending for over a decade, MLA Madan Lal Bagga on Tuesday inaugurated the Rs 80-lakh road construction project in Juhi Enclave on Jassian Road, around a month after the Permanent Lok Adalat ordered the attachment of the MC commissioner's official vehicle. Secretary of Juhi Enclave Residents Welfare Society, Baweja, said that after struggling for around 6-7 years, they had moved Lok Adalat in 2018.
Girls from Ludhiana outshined the boys in the Class 10 Punjab School Education Board results declared on Tuesday by bagging the top three positions in the district. Anchal Jindal, a student of BCM Senior Secondary School, Jamalpur Colony, topped the district with 98.77% and scored 642 of 650 marks. Although Jindal and the third position holder in the state scored the same marks, Anchal has been placed fourth as per the tie-breaker formula.
The Karnataka anti-corruption bureau on Tuesday raided properties associated with former minister and Congress legislator from Chamarajpet BZ Zameer Ahmed Khan in Bengaluru. Police officials were seen keeping guard outside Khan's palatial home near Bengaluru Cantonment and at least four other locations, including his guest house in Sadashivanagar, one of the most upscale localities in the India's IT capital.
The Gurugram traffic police will submit a proposal for reducing the maximum speed limit of vehicles on a 28km stretch on NH-48--spanning from Sirhaul toll to NSG campus in Manesar--to the deputy commissioner in the next district road safety committee meeting, said traffic officials on Tuesday. The current speed limit for cars on the highway is 90 kmph and 50 kmph for trucks. Deputy commissioner of police (traffic), Gurugram, Ravinder Singh Tomar said the speed limit for motorcycles will remain at 50 kmph.
Uttar Pradesh basic education department will now carry out an extensive physical verification of students who got admission in recognised private schools in 75 districts across state under the Right to Education Act. In this sequence, it was important to get the verification of students actually studying in the non-aided recognised private schools under RTE Act 2009 done, Director general, school education, U. P., Vijay Kiran Anand added.