Ambala Divisional Commissioner Dr Yudhvir Singh Khyalia administered the oath of office and secerecy to 20 newly elected councillors of Municipal Corporation Ambala at a function organized at Panchayat Bhawan on Tuesday. Councilor from Ward Number 3,Ramesh Mal,was elected as Mayor. Principal OSD to Chief Minister M.S. Chopra was present on the occasion as an observer.
Youth commits suicide in Ambala
A jilted lover allegedly committed suicide by hanging himself after he was spurned by his lover in Dayalbagh colony Ambala. Vaivhav (25) took the extreme step at his house on Monday. The Maheshnagar Police recovered a suicide note in which the deceased had held his beloved Divya,her father and three other family members responsible for the suicide. The police registered case against all the five who had allegedly compelled him to commit suicide.
Poor result: Teenager kills self
Sixteen-year-old Shuvham,son of property dealer Arun Kumar,allegedly committed suicide by hanging from ceiling fan in the office of his father in Sahlimar Colony Monday night. The police reached the spot and took the body in their possession for post-mortem. It is learnt that the deceased was tense after he failed in matriculation examination. His family members said that the boy didnt show any abnormality in his behaviour. The police are investigating the matter.
Mohali ISBs new batch set to excel this year
With the commencement of new academic year at Indian School of Business (ISB) Hyderabad and Mohali campus,its 774 students across Hyderabad and Mohali campuses are set to do excellent in MNA courses. With a distinction of having large enrollment for two years in a row,the batch includes professionals from different feilds and nationality. In both campuses,25 percent of students are women .The mean work experience of the new batch is 5 years. The Marital status of 78 percent of students is single whereas 22 per cent of students are married.
Kashmiri students meet Shivraj Patil
Governor of Punjab and UT Administrator Shivraj Patil met a group of 23 Kashmiri students and two teachers from border areas of Poonch in Jammu and Kashmir under a programme Sair- e-Gulistan,conducted by Indian Army at Punjab Raj Bhavan on Tuesday. While interacting with Kashmiri youth,Patil said that this educational tour will give students an exposure to the countrys rich cultural heritage. He asked students to adopt broadmindedness and positive attitude in their lives.