City Briefs: Sec 17 traders oppose night food street

The traders of Sector 17 have expressed their opposition to the proposal of allotting booths,coming up near the newly constructed overbridge in the area,to create a night food street.

Written by Express News Service | Chandigrah | Published: October 3, 2013 1:38:28 am

The traders of Sector 17 have expressed their opposition to the proposal of allotting booths,coming up near the newly constructed overbridge in the area,to create a night food street. A meeting of the Traders Association of Sector 17 was held on Wednesday in this regard. The traders contended that this would dampen their business further in the market,which has over the past three decades received a dull response. They stated that either a general market or a round-the-clock food street be started here in order to boost their business.

Four more cases against Mohali-based firm

After the court ordered the police last month to book Taneja Developers and Infrastructure (TDI) officials for an alleged land-fraud,four more people have moved the district court against the company and sought directions to the police to register FIRs against TDI. Two of the complainants,Ajit Singh and Birinder Singh,moved the court on September 24 and September 20 respectively,while Ravi Gupta and Inderpreet Kaur moved the court on Monday.

Relief camp held for Maloya fire victims

Sri Sathya Sai Seva Organisation organised a relief camp at Gwala Colony,Maloya on Wednesday,where a fire had broken out on Tuesday,burning down 35 huts. A community kitchen was organised. As many as 35 bags containing five kilo rice,two kilo sugar,250 gram tea leaves,one kilo dal,500 gram mustard oil and one kilo salt among other things were distributed. Utensils would also be provided to the affected families,they said.

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