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Posted at: Jun 14, 2018, 12:14 AM; last updated: Jun 14, 2018, 12:14 AM (IST)BRIEFLY

Two unidentified bodies found

Our Correspondent

Nurpur June 13

The Jawali police on Wednesday recovered the body of a 60 to 65-year-old man from Ludret gram panchayat. The body was found hanging from a tree near the local cremation ground. The police took the possession of the body and sent it for post-mortem examination at Tanda Medical College, Kangra. After preliminary investigations, the police suspect it to be a suicide case.

In another case, an unidentified body of a man (aged 30 to 35 years) was found from the banks of Chakki rivulet at Bhadroya, near here, on Wednesday. The body was first spotted by villagers, who intimated the Nurpur police. SHO Nurpur rushed to the spot with a team and took possession of the body. A case under Section 174 of the CrPc was registered. Notably, Bhadroya area lies on the border of Himachal Pradesh and Punjab and is known to be the den for peddling drugs. The police have recovered the third body in the past two months.

29-yr-old diesin accident

Kangra: A man died while another was injured, when their motorcycle banged against a truck coming from the opposite direction on Tuesday. Sanjeev Kumar of Shahpur police station said Abhishek (29) of Sidhbari, was driving the bike (HP 39 D 7090), while Atul was riding pillion. Abhishek died on the spot, while Atul, who is serving in the Army, was seriously injured and rushed to DRPGMC, Tanda, where doctors referred him to PGI, Chandigarh. Atul was shifted to the Military hospital in Chandimandir. OC

Workshop for Chamba artisans

Chamba: The Himachal Pradesh Patent Information Centre (HPPIC) has patented Chamba rumal, Kullu shawl, Kangra tea, Kinnauri shawl and Kangra paintings under the Geographical Indications Act-1999.  This was stated by experts at a one-day awareness workshop organised by the HPPIC for Chamba artisans at Bachat Bhawan on Wednesday.  As many as 60 participants attended the workshop. Traditional items elgible for registration were identified during the workshop  TNS

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