Two injured in road accident: The Tribune India

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Chandigarh: A scooter reportedly struck a 50-year-old man near a gas station in Sector 52 on October 20. The plaintiff, Yusaf Khan of Maloya, said the scooter, which resided in Mani Majra, as well as the pedestrian were injured. and admitted to GMSH-16. Later, the pedestrian Rajpal, a resident of Ludhiana, was referred to PGI. A case under Articles 279 and 337 of the IPC was registered at the police station in Sector 36. TNS

City sees two theft incidents

Chandigarh: An unidentified person stole the cell phone of a resident of Sector 6, Panchkula, from a bathroom at a five-star hotel in Sector 17 here on October 19. A case under Article 380 of the IPC has been registered. In another case, police convicted Aamir Khan, a resident of Sector 29, for allegedly stealing 15,000 rupees, a purse containing documents and a cell phone from a scooter belonging to Rohit Kumar of Sector 7 on Thursday. The two-wheeler was parked near a gymnasium in sector 29. One case was recorded. TNS

Owner, general manager of the club in sec 26 reserved

Chandigarh: Police convicted Culture Bar owner, Sector 26, Satinder Singh, and General Manager Deepak for keeping the club open beyond the authorized time on the night of October 21, in violation of a District order. Magistrate, UT. A case under section 188, IPC, was registered at the police station in Sector 26. The case was investigated. TNS

Two bikers run away with a gold chain

Chandigarh: Two disbelievers on bicycles snatched a gold chain from a resident of Sector 37 near her home on October 22. A case under section 379-A of the IPC was registered at the police station in Sector 39. An investigation into the case was underway, police said. TNS

Four convicted of assault

Chandigarh: Four Maloya residents were sentenced on Friday for obstructing a person’s passage, threatened him and beat him with sticks near the wellbore park. The suspects have been identified as Sahil, alias Jani, Raja, Sahil, alias Bread and Happy. They also allegedly snatched the cell phone, ATM card, watch and other documents from victim Bunty. Upon complaint from the victim, a resident of Maloya, a case falling under articles 341, 323, 379-B, 506 and 34 of the ICC was registered at the Maloya police station. TNS

TT nationals from today

Chandigarh: Over 700 entries have been received in three events of the second leg of the UTT National Ranking North Zone Table Tennis Championship starting October 24 at Sector 78 Sports Complex, Mohali. It will be the first time after 2019 that boys and girls of the U-17, U-15 and U-13 youth age groups will engage in serious activities. It is equally encouraging that an event of this magnitude returns to Punjab after two decades. The Punjab Table Tennis Association hosted the National Junior Championship in 2001 in Jalandhar. TNS

City girls beat Hockey Bihar

Chandigarh: Hockey Chandigarh defeated Hockey Bihar (9-1) in the 11th National Junior Girls Championship of Hockey India 2021 in Simdega. Palak, Kavita and Sonia Devi scored two goals each, while Priyanka, Parneet Kaur and Anmoldeep Kaur each scored for Hockey Chandigarh. Pooja Kumari, meanwhile, scored the consolation goal for Hockey Bihar. Hockey Uttarakhand lost a close match against Manipur Hockey (5-7), Delhi Hockey dominated the debates against Hockey Gujarat (12-1), Odisha continued his winning streak by beating Chhattisgarh Hockey (9-0), Hockey Himachal lost (1 -3) in a very close match against Hockey Madhya Pradesh and Goans Hockey scored a relentless victory (4-0) in their meeting against Hockey Jammu & Kashmir. TNS

State Roller Skating Championship from October 29

Chandigarh: The Chandigarh Roller Skating Association will host the State Roller Skating Championship from October 29 to 31. It will be held at the rink in sector 10. Interested skaters can confirm their registrations on the tournament site before October 26th. – TNS


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