Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Posted at: Jun 10, 2019, 7:15 AM; last updated: Jun 10, 2019, 7:15 AM (IST)BRIEFLY

Maid steals jewellery

Chandigarh: A maid has been booked on the charge of stealing jewellery from a house in Sector 40. The complainant, Davinder Kumar Saini, said he, along with his family, had gone out of the city to attend a ‘satsang’ from May 24 to 26. His maid, who is a resident of Palsora, stole the gold jewellery from the house as she had the keys of the house. A case under Section 381 (theft by clerk or servant of property in possession of master) of the IPC has been registered. TNS

Rape case accused held

Mohali: The police have arrested a 27-year-old man on the charge of raping a 26-year-old woman in March last year. The man has been identified as Rajat, who was held from Nabha. He was produced before the court on Saturday and was remanded in 14-day judicial custody. The incident took place on March 30 last year within the Mataur police station limits. A case was registered under Section 376 of the IPC. 

Dhanas resident held with heroin 

Chandigarh: The Crime Branch of the UT police has arrested a resident of Dhanas with 15-gram heroin. The suspect, identified as Anuj Sharma, a resident of Milk Colony, Dhanas, was arrested near Botanical Garden, Sarangpur, with the drug. A case under the NDPS Act has been registered against him at the Sarangpur police station. TNS   

Unidentified body found

Ambala: The body of an unidentified man was recovered from Dadiyana village of Ambala City on Sunday. The body was lying in an area covered with trees. After getting information, officials from the Ambala Sadar police station and forensic expert Dr GR Jain reached the spot. Dr Jain said the exact cause of death would be clear in the autopsy report. The deceased appeared to be in early 30s. Investigating officer ASI Pawan Kumar said the body had been kept in the mortuary for identification. TNS

Laptop stolen from car

Panchkula: The police have registered a case against unidentified persons for stealing a laptop worth Rs 59,000 from a car parked outside the house of a resident in Sector 11 here. Uday Batta, regional sales manager with Villeroy Boch company, in his complaint to the police, stated that he had parked his car outside his house around 8 pm. The laptop of his company was kept on the rear seat of his car. In the morning, he found the door of the car open and the laptop missing. The police have registered a case under Section 379 of the IPC. TNS

tennis meet from June 15 

Chandigarh:  Lawrebs Tennis Academy will organise an open tournament for U-10, U-12, U-14 categories (boys and girls) at Modern Ways Model School, Sector 29, from June 15 to 16. The interested players can confirm their entries at the tournament venue before 

June 14. TNS

17 bag medals in Taekwondo meet  

Chandigarh: A total of 17 local players won medals in the recently concluded 3rd Kukkiwon Cup– Indian International Taekwondo Championship, in New Delhi. Abhikritt Raj Kondal, Shaurya Sharma, Vinay, Pragya Samma, Tarushi Gaur, Gamini Samma, Maulik Kamboj, Hrishti Jaswal, Ekansh Jain, Daanish Bhandari, Shaurya Khanna, Dev Raj Gharti, Pankaj Kumar, Deepanshu Chauhan, Lakshay Yadav, Manav Gharti and Aakash Chaudhary claimed 

medals. TNS

Hunar wins shooting gold

Chandigarh: Hunar Gill claimed the gold medal in the women’s peep sight Air Rifle event during the 4th Tricity Inter Academy Shooting Championship. Kasampreet Kaur claimed the bronze medal in the women’s Air Pistol event. Learning Paths School, Sector 67 Mohlai, won the team championship. TNS

Sehaj scores unbeaten ton

Chandigarh: A brilliant century by Sehaj Khanna (102 off 122 balls) helped Patiala XI to log a 49-run victory against Sukhwinder Tinku’s XI in the ongoing Hara Cup, today. Batting first, Patiala XI posted 216/8 in 40 overs.  Khanna was also involved in a 120-run opening wicket partnership with Kabir (71 off 67 balls). Akshit (4/33) was the only wicket taker for the bowling side. In reply, Sukhwinder Tinku's XI scored 167/5 in 40 overs with the help of Jaiveer (71) and Dushyant (49).  TNS

Yatin shine in

E-Corporate win

Chandigarh:  In the ongoing 7th Champions Corporate Cricket League, E-Corporate XI defeated Achievers Compitech XI by six wickets. Batting first, Achievers Compitech scored 133/7 in 20 overs with the help of Vishal Moudgill (52) and Harry (25). Manoj claimed three wickets, while Yatin claimed one for the bowling side. In reply, E Corporate posted 134/4 in 14.5 overs. Yatin (69) and Naveen (30) were the two main scorers.  TNS


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