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Chandigarh: Two cellphone snatchings in hours

CHANDIGARH: Bike-borne miscreants centered persons in extraordinary components of the metropolis on Wednesday night time and fled with their cell phones.
Police have registered separate instances in opposition to the unidentified suspects and commenced an investigation. No arrests were made within the cases to this point.Chandigarh: Two cellphone snatchings in hours 1

Sarita Rani of Sector 39 instructed police that she had long gone to a park along with her six-yr-old grandson in Sector 39-C around eight.30pm. Her grandson turned into gambling with her cellular telephone. While they returned home from the park, masked men on a motorbike stopped close to them while the pillion rider snatched her cellphone from the grandson’s fingers. The duo then fled the spot.
She then raised the alarm, and passersby accrued on the spot. They informed the police, and on the woman’s announcement, a case became registered.
In his police complaint, Rahul Rawat of Ram Darbar said that he was on foot home from Hallomajra around 11.30 pm on Wednesday. As he reached close to Saini Motors, motorcycle-borne guys got here from behind and snatched his telephone. Sector 31 police have registered a case.

CHANDIGARH: A 50-yr-old guy was killed whilst a tree fell on his autorickshaw outside the government faculty in Sector 37 following heavy showers on Thursday midday.
According to police, the victim, identified as Naresh Kumar, a resident of Maloya village, turned into waiting outdoor the school to choose up children around 2 pm, whilst a massive tree fell on his car and left him severely injured. Passersby attempted to help him and informed the police approximately the incident.

Cops reached the spot and took Naresh to the PGI, where he succumbed to his injuries.
Police said there had been no robust wind at the time of the incident and the reason for the uprooting of the tree is not clean. Police said his wife and three children survived Naresh.

The university, however, denied affiliation to PGGC-Sector forty-six to begin its second unit of the BCA route.
The assets within the inspection committee stated the decision become taken once they obtained a guarantee from the two faculties and UT director of higher schooling that faculty as in step with UGC norms might be employed in schools before August 31.
The PU had now not granted association to all the courses of GCCBA Sector 50 and BBA and BCA (2nd unit) guides of PGGC Sector 46 as the schools did no longer have sufficient college to run these guides.
Despite PU’s nod for the association, the schools had listed those online admissions guides and allotted them to college students within the first counseling.
However, an afternoon earlier than the counseling, PU requested each school to prevent admissions in these publications. The schools but went beforehand whilst giving provisional admissions to students after asking them to offer a mission that they apprehend the danger of dropping their admission if PU denies affiliation to the guides.
“Considering the destiny of the scholars and warranty given utilizing faculties to recruit college as in step with UGC norms before August 31, we decided to offer them brief affiliation for the guides for 2019-20 consultation. The faculties can be rechecked subsequent year, and affiliation will now not be granted if they fail to conform,” a member of the PU affiliation committee stated, inquiring for now not to be quoted.
He said the affiliation to PGGC’s BCA 2nd unit was now not being given, as the university did not seem devoted to starting it within the first vicinity.
Besides the 2 government colleges, the PU association committee discussed cases of colleges of Ferozepur in Punjab on Thursday.
The committee will meet on Friday and may take a call at the last two UT schools. Two publications of Dev Samaj College and one path of GGSCW Sector 26 have additionally now not been given affiliation by using PU so far.

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