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- Amanjot gets maiden Indian team camp call | Chandigarh NYOOOZ
Amanjot gets maiden Indian team camp call | Chandigarh NYOOOZ
- Swachh Bharat Mission Cycle rally held in Mohali to spread awareness | Chandigarh NYOOOZ
Mohali August 8As part of the sanitation campaign being run by the Mohali Municipal Corporation a bicycle rally was taken out from Rose Garden Phase 3B1 here to spread awareness about the Swachh Bharat Mission.
The rally was flagged off by Mayor Amarjit Singh Sidhu Senior Deputy Mayor Amrik Singh Somal and Commissioner Kamal Kumar Garg.
Led by Brig HPS Bedi Director “Dil Se Cycle Group” the rally was attended by doctors senior lawyers teachers schoolchildren councillors among others.
It culminated at City Park Sector 68.
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- Mohali s all rounder Amanjot Kaur gets maiden Indian team camp call | Chandigarh NYOOOZ
Tribune News ServiceChandigarh August 9All-rounder Amanjot Kaur daughter of a Mohali-based carpenter got her maiden Indian probables squad (women) call for the upcoming Australia tour from the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) today.
The 20-year-old all-rounder has already played for India-A team in the Challenger Trophy for U-19 and U-23 categories.
Two other players Tanya Bhatia and Harleen Kaur who are already part of the Indian senior team from Chandigarh are also called for this camp.
She will leave to attend the probables camp to be held at the NCA Bangalore tomorrow.
He always makes sure that I get a good kit good bat and good coaching.
- Rain pours misery water enters houses in Mohali | Chandigarh NYOOOZ
Tribune News ServiceMohali August 8Heavy rain that lashed the city for about half an hour resulted in waterlogging in Phase 3B1 here this afternoon.
Jaspreet Singh Gill two-time councillor from Ward No.
6 said there was waterlogging in the area after the rain which started around 2.30 pm.
Jaspreet Singh Gill said sewer water started overflowing from toilets leading to foul smell in houses.
Gill said he got the road gullies cleared this year too but heavy rain resulting in waterlogging in the area.
- Gangsters snatchers having a free run say panicky residents of Mohali | Chandigarh NYOOOZ
Politicians office-bearers of RWAs senior citizens and women slammed the police for failing to provide a safe environment to the general public.
They complained that the law and order situation in Mohali was going from bad to worse.
Gangsters snatchers and robbers are having a free run they said.
But now senior citizens fear coming out of their home” said Sethi.
Senior citizens especially women feel insecure in houses for the fear of snatchers.
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- Mohali MC to hold bicycle rally on Aug 8 | Chandigarh NYOOOZ
Mohali August 5The Mohali Municipal Corporation will organise a special bicycle rally dedicated to 75th Independence Day here on August 8.
The bicycle rally will be led by Mohali Mayor Amarjit Singh Jeeti Sidhu.
Disclosing this here today Deputy Mayor Kuljit Singh Bedi said the rally would start from Rose Garden Phase 3B1 Mohali at 7 am and end at City Park Sector 68.
Mayor Jeeti Sidhu requested all residents of Mohali to participate in the bicycle rally.
Senior Deputy Mayor Amrik Singh Somal was also present.
- Mohali court denies bail to Punjab ex DGP Sumedh Saini in corruption case | Chandigarh NYOOOZ
Tribune News ServiceMohali August 7In a setback to former Punjab DGP Sumedh Singh Saini a special court here on Saturday rejected the anticipatory bail application in a corruption case filed against him by the Vigilance Bureau Punjab.
Saini had filed the plea for seeking anticipatory bail through his counsel HS Dhanoya and APS Deol in the court of the Additional Sessions Judge on Thursday.
Saini and six others were booked by the Vigilance Bureau under Sections 109 120-B of the IPC and the PC Act recently.
Saini is accused of helping Punjab XEN Nimratdeep Singh in amassing assets beyond his known sources of income.
Deol counsel for Saini argued that the case was the outcome of political vendetta and in line with the three earlier cases registered against Saini.
- Kapurthala diary Seechewal extends wishes to hockey team The Tribune India | Jalandhar NYOOOZ
Extending congratulations to the Indian hockey team for winning bronze medal at Tokyo Olympics environmentalist Balbir Singh Seechewal welcomed the prize money announced for players by the state government.
He said the Olympic players — Hardik Singh and Mandeep Singh — have also played in tourneys at Seechewal.
The instructions were issued to avoid any untoward incident around the examination centres.
Soni announces four new medical collegesMedical Education and Research Minister Om Prakash Soni on Tuesday announced four new medical colleges including one at Kapurthala.
The minister announced the setting up of four new medical colleges at Kapurthala Hoshiarpur Mohali and Malerkotla.
- Realtors unfulfilled promises Capt Amarinder Singh asks Principal Secretary Housing to hold investigation | Chandigarh NYOOOZ
Tribune News ServiceMohali August 5Taking a serious notice of real estate developers not providing facilities promised to buyers in Mohali Kharar Kurali and New Chandigarh Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh has handed over the investigation in the matter to the Principal Secretary Housing and Urban Development Department.
In a letter to the CM Lok Sabha MP from Anandpur Sahib and former Union Minister Manish Tewari had recently raised the issue of developer not fulfilling their obligations after selling plots and flats to people who invested their hard-earned savings.
In his reply to the MP Capt Amarinder Singh said “I have directed the Principal Secretary Department of Housing and Urban Development to look into the matter and submit a report in a fortnight.”It is pertinent to mention here that residents of Mohali Kharar Kurali and New Chandigarh had apprised the MP of the problems they were facing at the hands of real estate developers including lack of basic amenities.
Ten days after registering cases against 48 builders for raising illegal colonies in Kharar and Balongi areas Mohali SSP Satinder Singh had on July 27 constituted a special investigating team (SIT) under SP (Rural) Ravjot Kaur Grewal to look into it.
- Prime common land in Mohali leased to Punjab Health Minister Balbir Sidhu for a pittance | Chandigarh NYOOOZ
Tribune News ServiceChandigarh August 5A gaushala registered at Health Minister Balbir Sidhu's Mohali address is in the eye of a storm for getting over 10 acres of prime land in a Mohali village.
While Balbir Sidhu has denied any wrongdoing social activists are alleging foul play.
It is alleged that the land has been leased at the rate of Rs 25000 per acre annually while the market rate is much higher.
Another activist Satnam Daun said it was not the issue of only one village but land sharks were eying prime land of several villages in Mohali.
—Balbir Singh Sidhu Health MinisterThe state Health Minister denied any wrongdoing and said he had been working for the welfare of people.
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- Mohali MC to pay Rs 10 lakh each to kin of 2 sewermen | Chandigarh NYOOOZ
Sanjay BumbrooTribune News ServiceMohali August 3The Mohali Municipal Corporation (MC) today announced a grant of Rs10 lakh each to the families of two sewermen killed in a mishap recently.
The MC at its General House meeting also unanimously passed various resolutions including regarding recruitment of 1000 sanitation workers.
Senior Deputy Mayor Amrik Singh Somal Deputy Mayor Kuljit Singh Bedi Commissioner Kamal Garg and councillors were among those present at the meeting.
The Mayor managed to calm down the Opposition members by asking them to read the resolutions carefully and then ask questions.
He said a resolution was also passed to increase the grant of Gauri Shankar Seva Dal the body managing a gaushala under the MC.
- Chauhan Pratham in Mohali with 99 | CHANDIGARH NYOOOZ
Mohali August 3With 99 per cent marks Pratham Singh Chauhan of Gian Jyoti Public School in Phase 2 here has topped in the Class X CBSE exams in the district the results of which were declared today.
Pratham said he concentrated on what was taught at the school and dedicated four hours to self-study every day.
He wants to opt for non-medical as the field of further study and pursue robotic engineering.
Meanwhile Bhavay Washwa attended tuition for science and maths and dedicated four hours to self-study every day.
— TNSFirst in districtName: Pratham Singh ChauhanMarks: 99 per centSchool: Gian Jyoti Public School Phase 2 MohaliFather: Medical engineerMother: HousewifeHobbies: Sports musicSecond in district
- Free oxygen concentrators for Mohali Covid patients | Chandigarh NYOOOZ
Tribune News ServiceMohali August 4The Red Cross Society here has come forward to provide free oxygen concentrators to Covid-19 patients with a dedicated oxygen concentrator bank being set up at the district level.
Additional Deputy Commissioner (ADC) Komal Mittal said the oxygen concentrator bank was being run by the Red Cross Society at the District Administrative Complex Sector 76.
Mittal said concentrators were being provided to patients on return basis for 15 days.
Mittal said anyone in need can call on 0172-2219526 or contact senior assistant Red Cross Mohan Lal Singla at 94174-95806 to obtain the oxygen concentrator.
The ADC further said the Red Cross had also installed two medical oxygen supply systems at Civil Hospital Phase 6.
- Shot in the arm for Congress in Mohali | Chandigarh NYOOOZ
Mohali August 3The Congress here today received a shot in the arm after several families including councillor Labh Singh's family from Mataur village joined the party.
City Mayor Amarjit Singh Jeeti Sidhu welcomed these families into the party fold.
Amrik Singh Somal Senior Deputy Mayor and Kuljit Singh Bedi Deputy Mayor were also present.
He said it was the Congress that truly respected its workers and put development policies at the forefront.
Health Minister Balbir Singh Sidhu regularly visits the Mohali constituency and listens to grievances of residents and resolves them on time.