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Laying of interlocking tiles: Contractor booked for flouting stay orders issued by Patiala DC

A case has been registered against Aman Gupta, the contractor, under Section 4 of the Punjab Prevention of Damage to Public and Private Property Act and Section 427 of the India Penal Code (IPC)

Patiala DC Sakshi Sawhney had ordered to stop laying of interlocking tiles on a road in Nabha following a complaint by locals, who claimed that even the roads that were in good condition were being dug up to lay interlocking tiles. (HT photo)
Updated on Oct 11, 2023 08:28 AM IST
ByKaram Prakash, Patiala

Spice of Life: Teacher who walked the extra mile with us

Soon, he figured out places frequented by students and caught them just as they would unsuspectingly step in. He knew where to hide and lie in wait, hence we called him Bond, James Bond.

An English teacher from Kerala, he made the best use of his time and ensured we did, too. Some students found him too strict and prayed for his transfer to another House of the school. Every morning, even before our rouser bell, he would write down two new words with their usage in sentences on our notice board. He could test anyone at any time about the words so we made it a point to take note. (Representational image)
Updated on Sep 05, 2023 07:50 PM IST

27-year-old ends life in Nabha over fiancee’s refusal to marry him

The victim’s father, who is the complainant in the case, said his son had got engaged to a woman about two years ago. The couple had planned to settle abroad after marriage and even started preparation for the IELTS exam together.

A 27-year-old man ended his life in Nabha, allegedly over his fiancee’s refusal to marry him. (HT File)
Updated on Aug 29, 2023 12:26 AM IST
By, Patiala

Punjab wheat yield satisfactory, no big impact of rain: Farmers

Barring some areas which were hit by hailstorm, the yield reported is between 21 to 25 quintals per acre. 10% crop area of the total 3.49 million hectares (8.55 million acres) has been harvested so far and harvest is expected to pick up in the upcoming week.

Wheat yield in Punjab has been satisfactory despite unseasonal rain and hailstorm, farmers and officials familiar with matter said (ANI)
Updated on Apr 14, 2023 11:29 PM IST
By, Chandigarh
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