Khandelwal rushed to PGI,stable

Haryana Additional Principal Secretary to the Chief Minister,Dr K K Khandelwal,was admitted to PGIMER on Tuesday after the rate of his heartbeats suddenly increased and he felt uneasy.

Written by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: September 5, 2012 12:56 am

Haryana Additional Principal Secretary to the Chief Minister,Dr K K Khandelwal,was admitted to PGIMER on Tuesday after the rate of his heartbeats suddenly increased and he felt uneasy. He was admitted to PGI’s CCU and diagnostic tests were performed on him. However,doctors attending on him said that he was stable and recuperating.

Man run over by train,another commits suicide

Ambala: A 45-year-old property dealer,identified as Ujjwal Singh,was killed after he was run over by Ambala- Amritsar express train near the INCO factory in Ambala city. He was a resident of Housing Board Colony. In another incident,an unidentified person,aged about 40,committed suicide by jumping in front of the running Shan-e-Punjab express train near Ambala Cantonment station.

Preparing for HCS exam,24-yr-old kills himself

Ambala: A 24-year-old youth,Bhanu Mor,a resident of Defence Colony,Ambala Cantonment,allegedly committed suicide by hanging himself from the roof grill on Tuesday evening. An MBA,he was preparing for the HCS examination. The police said the cause of the suicide could not be ascertained.

Man snatches woman’s earrings,runs away

Chandigarh: An unidentified person fled after snatching a woman’s gold earrings and nose-pin while she was buying vegetables near Apni Mandi in Mauli Jagran on Monday night. In her complaint,the woman,Pooja alleged that she had often seen the accused,who reportedly works as a driver with a transporter,around her tea-stall in village Darua.

GMCH-32: Man arrested for misbehavour

Chandigarh: A 32-year-old driver was arrested and then released on bail for allegedly misbehaving with a woman who works as a ward attendant at GMCH in Sector-32 on Monday night. The accused has been identified as Kulbir Singh,who works as a driver at an advocate’s residence in Panchkula.

Workshop on viral diseases held at PGI

Chandigarh: The National Continuing medical education (CME) on “Arboviral Infections of Public Health Concern: Indian Scenario” and a hands-on-workshop titled “Advanced Molecular Techniques for Arboviral Diagnosis” was organised by the Department of Virology,PGIMER. About 300 delegates,eminent scientists,consultants and experts from medical institutions across the country were present. Various aspects of dengue,JE and Chikungunya were discussed.

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