CHANDIGARH: MCM DAV College for Women in Sector 36 has introduced three new courses from this academic session: MA (Economics),MCom and BBA. College principal Puneet Bedi was elated and emphasised the significance the move,saying it will empower the regions women.
PU driver booked for fake documents
CHANDIGARH: THE Chandigarh Police has booked a Panjab University driver on charges of producing fake documents. According to PU Chief Security Officer,P K Dhawan, the driver,Sunil,had produced a fake matriculation certificate at the time of his appointment on August 9,1990,years after his appointment. He also alleged that Sunil tried to tamper with the evidence. Police have registered a case but are yet to arrest Sunil. In another case,police booked a cyber cafe owner for not maintaining the identity proof of visitors. Jagteshwar Singh,the cafe owner,was arrested and produced in local court.
Seminar on female foeticide held
PANCHKULA: The Panchkula District Global Human Rights Protection,an NGO,on Wednesday organised a seminar on female foeticide at the Police Lines,Panchkula with Haryana Director General of Police (DGP) R S Dalal as the chief guest. Speaking on the occasion,Kamla Singh,Director of Health Services,Haryana,said there was a need to make more women aware about the issue as they are able to make strong family decisions. She added that more teenage girls should be targeted to introduce awareness programmes pointing out that the seminar room was full of men.