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AROUND TOWN: Questioning to continue in teachers’ recruitment scam

The Delhi branch of the CBI would be questioning the three accused in the infamous UT teachers’ recruitment scam in the coming days.

Questioning to continue in teachers’ recruitment scam

CHANDIGARH:The Delhi branch of the CBI would be questioning the three accused in the infamous UT teachers’ recruitment scam in the coming days. According to the CBI,Hardev has been called to Delhi on May 30 while former UT DPI (schools) Samwartak Singh Khangwal and Jolly will be questioned by the CBI sleuths in Delhi on May 31.

No decision on Amanjot’s leave

CHANDIGARH:The UT Administration has still not taken any decision on ex-India leave of Crime Branch Inspector Amanjot Singh,who is currently serving a two-month notice period in the UT police. According to sources,Singh had applied for this leave long back to go to the USA on a personal visit.

Paper leak: Bail of 2 accused rejected

CHANDIAGRH:The Special CBI Court on Monday dismissed the anticipatory bail of two accused in the alleged paper leak of Central Police Organisation’s Sub-Inspector’s Examination held by the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) in 2011. The two have been identified as Dinesh and Pritam.

Snatchers arrested,19 cases solved

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CHANDIGARH:The Crime Branch of the Chandigarh Police claimed to have arrested a gang of snatchers and thieves who had been active in the area for the past few months. The accused have been identified as Manimajra residents Naresh and Rakesh Kumar,Muradabad resident Dinesh Kumar,Nazafgarh resident Manoj Kumar and Mohali resident Umesh. All the accused were arrested between May 17 and 20. With their arrests,the police claimed to have solved 19 cases of snatching,vehicle and house thefts.

PGIMER entrance exam results out

CHANDIGARH:Harshvardhan got first rank in the MD/MS entrance exam conducted by PGIMER by scoring 99.991 percentile,the results for which were declared on Monday. Sanchit Sharma bagged the second rank by getting 99.974 percentile while Ricapalli Rajshekhar got third rank by scoring 99.957 percentile in the exam which was held on Sunday. As many as 6,000 students had appeared in the exam for 200 seats. The counselling will be held on June 9.

‘Thrashed’,PEC students complain

CHANDIGARH:THE two final year students of the Panjab Engineering College (PEC) who were allegedly assaulted by a few policemen inside their college premises on Monday submitted a written complaint at the Police Headquarters,Sector 9,and with the Police Complaint Authority (PCA). They also submitted the CD containing the footage of the policemen assaulting them which was recorded by one of their friends.

16-year-old girl commits suicide

CHANDIGARH:A 16-year-old nursing student committed suicide by hanging herself at her rented accommodation in Sector 21 on Monday. The deceased has been identified as Harpreet Kaur,a native of Punjab. She was pursuing a nursing course from an institute in Sector 21. She had been suffering from a liver ailment for the past few years. No suicide note was recovered.

Clerk caught taking Rs 5,000 bribe

CHANDIGARH:The Vigilance sleuths on Monday nabbed a clerk while accepting a bribe of Rs 5,000 from a Maloya resident for releasing her husband’s pension. The accused has been identified as Mauli Jagran resident Jagan Nath.

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