Kidnapping case filed after girl goes missing<\b>
Police on Tuesday registered a case of kidnapping after the disappearance of a 21-year-old girl at Saketri in the Mansa Devi complex two days ago. According to police,the case of kidnapping was registered after a complaint was received that a 21-year-old girl didnt return home from a tailoring class. The complaint was filed by the relatives on Tuesday,following which police registered the case. According to police,the relatives named one Harjeet for the abduction.
UT Admin imposes Section 144<\b>
The UT Administration has imposed Section 144 in Sector 1-6 as well as Sector 23. The orders for Sectors 1-6 were issued following the apprehension that employees of various unions and organisations would gherao the Haryana Vidhan Sabha. Meanwhile in Sector 23,Horticulture Workers union has announced its decision to protest.
Blood donation camp in Sector 22<\b>
Chandigarh: A total of 400 units of blood was collected at a camp organised by Competent Foundation at the Community Centre in Sector 22. Several senior BJP leaders from Punjab and Chandigarh and a team of doctors from PGI were present at the camp organised on the birthday of BJP president Sanjay Tandon.
The camp,inaugurated by Tandon’s father and former Punjab Minister Balramji Dass Tandon,saw 800 volunteers filling the form to donate blood.
Two held guilty of robbery <\b>
Two men were held guilty by a local court of robbery on Tuesday. Convicting them for robbery and trespassing,the court of District and Sessions Judge awarded both the accused two and a half years of imprisonment and Rs 1500 fine.
The complainant Hari Singh,who works at Bal Bhawan in Sector 23-B,alleged the accused Sushil Kumar and Ranjit on January 28,2009 came to Bal Bhawan around 11 pm and on gun point robbed him.
Serco picks 10 E-Max students <\b>
A Joint Campus Placement Drive was organised at E-max Group of Institutions by Serco Global Services for picking up MBA,BBA and BTech students.10 students were selected,who will join as Customer Processes Associates.