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Burglars strike at 2 houses in Chandigarh

Chandigarh: Two housebreaking incidents have been reported from town. Based on the police, Mohammad Nadeem, a resident of Vikas Nagar, Mauli Jagran, reported that Rs50,000, a gold chain, a gold necklace, six pairs of gold tops and a cell phone had been stolen from his home on October 4. In one other incident, Kasim Ahmed, a resident of Charan Singh Colony, Mauli Jagran, reported that gold jewelry and a cell phone had been stolen from his home on October 4. The police have registered theft instances on the Mauli Jagran police station. TPR

Anita AAP ladies wing president

Chandigarh: The Aam Aadmi Occasion (AAP), Chandigarh, introduced a brand new govt physique of the ladies’s wing on Tuesday. The celebration has appointed Anita Sharma as president, Kanta Dameja as vice-president, Kamlesh Chaudhary as common secretary and Mamta Kainth as secretary. TPR

Panjab varsity declares outcomes

Chandigarh: Panjab College introduced outcomes of MSc (chemistry) 4th semester, Grasp of Arts (economics) 4th semester, Bachelor of Bodily Training (4-year course) second semester examination, and Bachelor of Bodily Training (4-year course) 4th semester. TPR

Webinar on calligraphy

Chandigarh: The College Institute of Trend Know-how & Vocational Growth (UIFT & VD), Panjab College, Chandigarh, organised a webinar on ‘Calligraphy- A Journey in Itself’ on Tuesday. TPR

Webinar held at nursing institute

Mohali: On the event of World Coronary heart Day, the Aryans Institute of Nursing, Rajpura, organised a webinar on theme “use coronary heart to attach” to unfold consciousness about cardiovascular ailments. Dr Ankur Ahuja interacted with college members and college students. Dr Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group of Faculties, Rajpura, was honoured throughout an occasion, “FAP State Awards”, organised by the Federation of Non-public Faculty Affiliation of Punjab (FAP). TPR

Workshop on pickleball

Chandigarh: A one-day workshop was organised by the Newbie Pickleball Federation of India (APFI) on the Sports activities Floor, Panjab College, for the uplift of the game within the area. As many as 30 gamers, together with office-bearers of the Chandigarh Pickleball Affiliation, participated within the workshop. Samarth Mishra, a member of the APFI’s Pickleball Growth Board, apprised the office-bearers and gamers of the topic of the sport, guidelines, upcoming competitions and different particulars. He mentioned an open nationwide can be organised within the first week of December in Mumbai. TPR

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