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Two held with 1 kg charas
Chandigarh:The police arrested two city residents after 1-kg charas was recovered from their possession. Bapu Dham colony resident Mohd Sareef and Sector-29 resident Mohd Ishak were arrested near SDM East Office on Saturday during a routine check. They have been sent to judicial custody. A police official said the accused had obtained charas from Jammu and Kashmir, and were to deliver it in Delhi. A case has been registered at the Industrial Area Police Station under the NDPS Act.
SBI branch lock found broken
Chandigarh:The locks of the State Bank of India branch at Government College, Sector 11, were found broken on Sunday morning. In a complaint given by branch manager Rajinder Kaur, it was stated that unidentified people made an attempt to enter the bank branch on the intervening night of October 13 and 14. A case has been registered.
Man arrested with 1,746 pirated CDs
Chandigarh:As many as 1,746 pirated CDs and DVDs were recovered from the possession of Akhilesh Kumar, a resident of Jagatpura, Mohali, at the Sector-35 market. Kumar was caught by Pankaj Bhutani, who is an agent of V4U Copy Right Protection of Films and Audio in India. The police was informed, and the accused was arrested. A case under the Copy Right Act has been registered at the Sector 36 Police Station.
200 examined at free medical camp
Panchkula:About 200 people from Panchkula and Chandigarh were examined at a free heart examination camp organised by a team of doctors from Medanta Medicity, Gurgaon. The camp was organised by Shri Charitra Prabha Mahila Mandal at Jain Sthanak in Sector 17, Panchkula. The camp was held in collaboration with SS Jain Sabha and Gyanwati-OP Jain Memorial Trust. It was inaugurated by Chandra Kanta Jain.
Dhanas residents lament lack of cleanliness
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