Saurabh Parashar

Articles By Saurabh Parashar

Chandigarh: Businessman robbed of Rs six lakh in broad daylight

Police have registered a case of theft and started the investigation. The accused were wearing helmets and they signalled Kuldeep Singh to stop his car near St Xavier School, Sector 45.

Chandigarh: Pre-paid booths for auto-rickshaws get derailed

The UT Administration had introduced eight pre-paid booths in association with the UT traffic police with a view to ensuring security of passengers and curbing the practice of auto-rickshaw drivers charging exorbitant fares.

Difference in expenditure bills: Poll panel issues notice to Pawan Bansal, Avinash Singh Sharma

Avinash Singh Sharma and Pawan Kumar Bansal were served notices for submitting all pending bills and for not disclosing exact expenses made on campaigns.

Chandigarh: PM Modi’s photos adorn police station in afternoon, disappear in the evening

A team of Chandigarh Newsline visited the classroom, which shares a boundary wall with the office of SDPO (East) inside police station, Sector 26, around 2 pm.

RTI reply: Stress takes a heavy toll on Chandigarh cops

The RTI reply also sheds light on the poor state of physical fitness of the city cops. It states that 381 police personnel were found obese in the last six months.

‘Amendment making it compulsory for children under 4 years to wear helmet long pending in Parliament’

Experts say that certain automobile agencies of four-wheelers and two-wheelers are encouraging people to not allow their children to sit on the front seats of cars or stand in the cavity between the handle of a two-wheeler and the rider’s seat.

Punjab FDA officer shot dead: ‘Fought in 1971; the drug mafia killed my daughter’, father grieves

Neha Shoree, daughter of 1971-war veteran Capt. Kailash Kumar Shoree (retd), was shot dead by Balwinder Singh of Morinda, whose drugs licence she had cancelled back in 2009.

Reforms for stressed cops: Chandigarh police on backfoot

On finding that 68 police personnel had died of stress-related diseases, including heart attack, brain stroke, hypertension etc. between 2011 and 2014, the study had suggested a slew of steps to ensure optimal utilisation of police personnel so they could get adequate rest.

Chandigarh: Seven women arrested over BJP leader’s complaint

The women also alleged that Naveen Kochhar used the influence of BJP for lodging an FIR against them. An FIR was registered at Sector 34 police station.

Chandigarh: 60 per cent first-timers fail to crack drivers’ test on new automated tracks

The Automated Test Tracks designed by Central Institute of Road Transport was introduced in Chandigarh in June 2017.

Kashmiri student held for ‘glorifying’ bomber behind Pulwama attack

Five other students detained for questioning, released; police personnel deployed on campus as tension grows

Chandigarh: Hurt in accident, award winning wrestler to be out of action for 3 months

Satyavan Singh, a native of Purkhas village in Sonipat district, is a free-style national-level wrestler, who won bronze medal in National Wrestling Competition in the category of 85kg in 2004.

Registration of cars, SUVs goes up in Chandigarh

The report shows that the registration of three-wheelers (autorickshaws) fell drastically in 2018 compared to previous years. In 2017, 2,050 three-wheelers were registered with State Transport Authority while the corresponding figure for 2018 was 139.

We are dedicated to ensuring safety of passengers: Ambala DRM

The Railways, Dinesh Chand Sharma says, will focus on improving the facilities on the Kalka-Shimla track as part of the nationwide push to boost tourism on rails.

Chandigarh’s IPS strength to go up by 2 after January 26

Two IPS officers, including 2004 batch AGMUT cadre Omvir Singh and 2015 cadre Vineet Kumar will join the Chandigarh police after January 26.

Panchkula Traffic Police get 100 home guards

Panchkula Police Commissioner Saurabh Singh said the old National Highway between Kalka and Pinjore and the stretch between Pinjore and Nalagarh was in need of special attention in view of traffic arrangements.

Panchkula DCP to probe how ASI took home service pistol, whether police dept aware of his psychiatric treatment

Police Commissioner Singh confirmed that two aspects - how Gurdeep took his pistol home and was the district police department aware about his psychiatric treatment - will be ascertained during the probe.

A year later, sheds damaged, trails messy at Berwala Bird Safari

Birds that can be seen in the area include Himalayan bulbul, black bulbul, red-billed blue magpie, yellow-billed blue magpie, griffon vulture, wall creeper, black redstart female and prinia birds.

JBT-TGT paper leak scam: On the run for one year, mastermind surrenders, in 2-day police remand

The mastermind of JBT-TGT paper leak scam, Mithilesh Pandey, who surrendered on Tuesday after being on the run for over a year, was Wednesday remanded in two days’ police custody by the court of Judicial Magistrate First Class Imanbir Singh Dhaliwal. Accused Pandey of Lucknow had been absconding since his regular bail in October 2017. […]

‘AAP will restore Old Pension System within 15 days if voted to power’

During his address, Kejriwal announced that his party would implement Old Pension System for government employees if AAP comes to power in Haryana.