A 29-year-old married woman allegedly committed suicide by hanging herself in her house at Ramdarbar on Thursday. The deceased was identified as Phoolwati. According to police,the deceaseds brother had come to meet her on Thursday evening but found the house door bolted from inside. He along with others broke open the door. Phoolwati was found hanging from the ceiling fan in her room. The police was informed about the incident. The body has been sent to GMCH-16 for a post-mortem examination. Phoolwatis husband works as a LIC agent and was away at the time of incident. The couple have two children. She is reported to be suffering from asthma and was not able to receive treatment due to financial constraints. In a separate incident ,a 55 year old resident of Nayagaon reportedly died of a heart attack on the Sector 7-8 footpath. The deceased was found unconscious by the police who rushed to the GMSH-16 in a PCR vehicle. The duty doctors declared him dead on arrival.
HC order to UT on heritage items
Chandigarh: The Punjab and Haryana High Court has given the Chandigarh Administration a last opportunity to file its written statement including the report on the action taken in a case relating to preparation of an inventory and preservation of heritage items. The last opportunity was given during the resumed hearing of a public interest litigation (PIL) filed by advocate Ajay Jagga. The petitioner has sought directions to Chandigarh Administration to prepare an inventory of heritage items and preparation of guidelines for preservation of heritage items. Counsel for Chandigarh Administration on Thursday sought time to file the written statement.
Body CRPF inspector found at Pinjore
Panchkula: The body of a CRPF Inspector Kuldeep Singh was found in mysterious circumstances at the Pinjore camp on Thursday morning. Police said the body was noticed by a CRPF personnel,who later informed his colleagues . The body has been shifted to General Hospital,Sector-6 for the post mortem. Police have registered a case.
UILS to organise client counselling competition
Chandigarh: The University Institute of Legal Studies (UILS),Panjab University will organise a National Client Counselling competition to provide clinical legal training to students on Februrary 3 and 4. Over 22 teams from across country will participate in the event. As part of the competition,UILS students will pose as clients and other participants will act as their lawyers. Participants from a number of national law institutes including School of Law Satra University,Amity Law School,New Delhi and Symbiosis Law Institute,Pune are expected to attend.