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HT Punjab news digest: Help for 9-month-old who weighs double and Haryana police’s Operation Durga

Here’s a wrap-up of the day’s top news and features from Hindustan Times from the northern region for April 30.

punjab Updated: Apr 30, 2017 21:02 IST
HT Correspondents
HT Correspondents
Hindustan Times, Chandigarh
Guru Nanak Dev Hospital in Amritsar has assured Chahat’s family of financial help viz-a-viz her treatment.
Guru Nanak Dev Hospital in Amritsar has assured Chahat’s family of financial help viz-a-viz her treatment. (HT Photo)

Amritsar: GNDH assures financial help to 9-month-old who weighs double the normal

A day after Hindustan Times reported the obese overweight nine-month-old baby weighing 19 kg, Chahat, who has till now not been able to receive medical treatment, Guru Nanak Dev Hospital in Amritsar has assured the family of financial help viz-a-viz her treatment. Read full report here

Haryana police to start Operation Durga across the state to nab ‘romeos’

Haryana police will re-launch ‘Operation Durga’ across the state from Monday in a bid to check unwarranted activities of ‘romeos’ and ensure women’s safety, according to director general of police (DGP) BS Sandhu. Read full report here

Student’s suicide: Two Khalsa College teachers booked for ‘thrashing’ protesting student

Row over suicide of BSc (agriculture) student of Khalsa Collage Harpreet Singh has deepened as the newly appointed head of agriculture department, Gurdev Singh, and head of the physical education department Daljit Singh, have been booked for allegedly manhandling and misbehaving with a protesting student. Read full report here

Shimla lad’s ‘Papa’ has audience curious

Papa, a short film written, produced and directed by local lad Siddharth Chauhan is upping curiosity among Shimla residents, with many turning for its premier at Gaiety Theater. Read full report here

Near-miss: Collision between Vistara, IAF airplanes averted at Chandigarh international airport

A major mishap was averted on Saturday when an Air Vistara flight was asked to abort its take-off at the last moment to avoid crashing into an Indian Air Force plane that was landing on the same runway at the International Airport in Chandigarh. Read full report here

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First Published: Apr 30, 2017 21:00 IST