The UT Administration is hoping that the specially trained ‘tourist cops’ can bridge the language-culture gap and can lead to more international and domestic tourists visiting the city.
Though the Chandigarh Police has received a clean chit in the alleged Moga encounter, the Sub-Inspector, Rajdeep Singh, who suffered a bullet injury, is yet to get a clean chit to lead a normal life.
As many as 34 such cases —wherein tyres of high-end cars are stolen by miscreants leaving the car standing on bricks or flower pots - were marked to the operations cell of the UT Police by the Inspector General last month.
The Administration had initiated a pilot project at the Sector 31-32 roundabout near Government Medical College and Hospital (GMCH) last year.
The survey will conclude by the month-end and a report will be submitted to the Administration.
The centrally sponsored scheme, approved by the Cabinet Committee of Economic Affairs, was to be implemented during the 11th Five-Year Plan.
As per the guidelines notified in September 2013, the sessions court hearing a case registered under the POCSO Act, should have a separate waiting area for the complainant.
Visitors from outside the city were also drawn into the sadness of the day.
Last year alone, city made way for the VVIPs and VIPs 3,711 times, as per an annual review of the Chandigarh Police.
In 2010, 456 accident cases were registered, the number gradually decreased to 366 in 2014.
A mother and son are the latest victims of a family feud that has killed 8 members so far
Speeding has emerged as one of the major causes for road accidents.
According to the yearly survey Hallomajra light point is one of the most accident prone areas in the city.
Sahil died after his bike was hit by an unknown vehicle on the dividing road of Sector 32 and 46 on Tuesday night.
All the cases of 2008 ended in acquittal. Out of the five cases of 2011, accused in four cases were acquitted and one is still under trial.
The case, exposed by The Indian Express in 2006, has seen over 150 hearings and examinations of 25 witnesses. Five of the 18 high-profile accused have been acquitted.
Till five years back, there was no official post for the Deputy Inspector General.
On September 1, Neetu was returning home to Sector 43 from a private school in Sector 35 where she had started teaching a year and a half before the accident.
Since 2010 till March 31 this year, 35 women driving or riding two-wheelers have died in road accidents and 234 have been injured.
The orders came on a suit for permanent injunction filed by the General Manager, Haryana Roadways, Pardhuman Singh.