With apprehension that certain groups of people could try to disrupt day-to-day functioning,the District Magistrate has imposed Section 144 of the CRPC in the city on Tuesday. The public in general and any member thereof would be prohibited from forming an assembly of five or more persons,taking out processions,making speeches,raising slogans,carrying of lathis in the whole city except Rally Ground,Sector 25.
Woman consumes poisonous substance
AMBALA: A mother of two children died after she consumed poisonous substance at her residence at Dhaneori village on Monday. Rani,the mother of deceased Poonam (42),in her complaint alleged that her daughter was compelled to take the extreme step because her husband Charnjit Singh and his mother along with other family members used to harass her.
over by train
Ambala: Sukhdev Singh,50,a mason by profession,died after he was run over by a speeding train at the underbridge near Dhulkot railway station,Ambala City,on Monday. Singh,a resident of Bladevnagar,was going to engage labourers for construction of a house but was killed while crossing the railway track on the bridge. He died on the spot. In another incident,an unidentified passenger died after he fell from the train near Dhulkot station.
Drink driving: Driving licence revoked
CHANDIGARH: The driving licence of a Mohali resident was revoked after the UT Police recommended action against him as he was caught for drink driving twice. The licence of Anil Kumar,a resident of Sunny Enclave,Mohali,was revoked on April 17 after the Chandigarh Traffic Police wrote to the District Transport Officer-cum-Licensing Officer,SAS Nagar,Mohali.
CHANDIGARH: The police registered a case of cheating against an investment company after many of the victims submitted a complaint to UT SSP Naunihal Singh here on Monday. The company,Office Stationery World (OSW),had allegedly duped hundreds of persons by promising them heavy returns on their investment. A SIT has been constituted to look into the allegations.
CHANDIGARH: The BMW car driver who had allegedly manhandled a UT traffic policeman and tore off his uniform near Transit camp,Sector 52,on Saturday evening was arrested on Monday. The accused,Jasbir Singh (23),is a resident of a village near Kharar.
Case filed,accused deny charges
CHANDIGARH: A case of causing hurt was registered at the Manimajra Police Station on the complaint of Panckula resident Sunil Kumar. He alleged that Dilbag Singh,Ramandeep Singh and Swaran Bal,all residents of Bal Farm,Shastri Nagar,Manimajra,beat and threatened him on their farm on Sunday. Police have registered a case. However,the accused denied all the charges.
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