Hotel worker booked for serving hookah in Chandigarh

A worker at the Whispering Oaks Hotel, Kishangarh, has been arrested for serving hookah despite a ban. Jagdish Chander Yadav, 47, of Mauli Jagran, was arrested after a police check on Friday. A case under Article 188 of the ICC was registered at the IT Park police station.

Trio arrested for theft of van

Police arrested three men on Friday for stealing a van. They have been identified as Sunil Gautam and Pardeep Malik from Mauli Jagran, Chandigarh, and Sunil Kumar from Rajiv Colony, Sector 17, Panchkula. Their arrest came on a complaint from the owner of the Santosh Jha Phase 2 truck, Panchkula. While Pardeep was taken into custody by a court, the other two defendants were taken into custody for a day.

UT police eliminate ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ rally

Chandigarh Police held a rally on Saturday as part of the “Har Ghar Tiranga” campaign. MP Kirron Kher announced the rally from Lake Sukhna in the presence of UT Councilor Dharam Pal, Mayor Sarbjit Kaur, UT DGP Praveer Ranjan and other UT and police officials. Consisting of 75 police vehicles, the rally ended in Sector 17 Plaza. by the UT Athletic Department.

The CHB awards distinctions to 9 employees

The Chandigarh Housing Board (CHB) will present certificates of congratulations to its nine employees on Independence Day. Employees include Sub Division Engineer Vikas Goel, Junior Stenographer Jai Inder Singh Guleria, Principal Assistant Rajat Kashyap, Enforcement Officer Rajinder Singh, DEO Madhav, Peons Nardeep Singh and Manoj Singh, gardener Daya Ram and supervisor Rakesh Kumar.

Army holds ‘Freedom Run’ in Ambala

The Army’s Kharga Corps held a “Freedom Run” in Ambala Cantt on Saturday to commemorate 75 years of independence. More than 800 people, including members of the military and their families, took part in the race.

Cyclists will go to the Atal tunnel

As part of their annual “Jashn-e-Azadi” ride, cyclists from the city’s Cycleworx Club will hoist the national flag at the Atal Tunnel at Rohtang Pass in Manali on Monday to salute the passion and dedication of the Border Road Organization ( BRO). The ride will involve seven cyclists, including 12-year-old Tanmay Rawat, who will ride 75km from Kullu to the tunnel.

7 children undergo liver transplant

No fewer than seven children, ranging in age from six months to 13 years, from Tricity and Punjab have recently undergone successful living donor liver transplants at Rela Hospital, Chennai. In all cases, the children’s parents donated the organ. The children suffered from various liver complications, including Wilson’s disorder, acute liver failure, glycogen storage disorder, and biliary atresia (failed kasai procedure).

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