27052018-CT-01.qxd 27-05-2018 01:19 Page 1 cHANDIGARH TRIBUNE SUNDAY | 27 MAY 2018 | CHANDIGARH Fire at dumping ground MS/MD admissions Tennis tourney Fire breaks out at dumping ground in Panchkula; residents complain of breathing problems. P4 Counselling of candidates for MD/MS seats at GMCH-32 to be held on May 30. P4 Gujarat’s Farheen S Patrawala stuns second seed Akash Deb of Assam 9-4 at CLTA-AITA tournament. P5 MAINLY CLEAR SKY | MAX 43°C MIN 25°C | YESTERDAY MAX 43.6°C MIN 25°C | SUNSET SUNDAY 7.16 PM SUNRISE MONDAY 5.23 AM FORECAST CBSE CLASS XII EXAMS Panel: Dentist molested pupils HUMANITIES 98.8 % Kush tops in tricity City’s St Soldier student scores 98.8% in humanities; Bhavan-P’kula students top-scorers in other 3 streams Rajinder S Nagarkoti Tribune News Service Panchkula, May 26 Kush Bansal of St Soldier International School, Sector 28, Chandigarh, topped the tricity with 98.8% marks in humanities in the CBSE Class XII examination, results of which were declared on Saturday. The tricity toppers in the other three streams are from Bhavan Vidyalaya in Sector 15, Panchkula. In commerce, PUCASH recommends major penalty Bhartesh Singh Thakur Tribune News Service Muskan Goel emerged as the topper with 97.8 per cent marks while Eishvauk continued on page 5 COMMERCE P2 PERFORMANCE OF GOVT SCHOOLS DIPS P2 UT FARES WORST IN TRICITY P6 BATTLING, BEATING ODDS P6 PARENTS: Father Arun Bansal, a bank manager, and mother Santosh, a housewife SUCCESS MANTRA: Regular in studies; extra efforts during exams HOBBIES OR STRESS BUSTERS: Reading and watching football COACHING: None EISHVAUK AGGARWAL PRANAV GOYAL PARENTS: Father Ramesh Goel PARENTS: Father Rajesh and mother Indu Goel, both chartered accountants SUCCESS MANTRA: Keep calm and stay focused to achieve goal; avoid social media STRESS BUSTER: Listening to music, playing chess COACHING: For two subjects accountancy and business studies Aggarwal and mother Alka Aggarwal, both entrepreneurs SUCCESS MANTRA: Stay away from social media, don’t have huge expectations, avoid tension and stress STRESS BUSTER: Playing badminton, cycling and listening English songs. COACHING: Yes PARENTS: Father Pankaj Goyal and mother Mamta Goyal, both into pharmaceuticals business SUCCESS MANTRA: Don’t lose cool in any circumstance; take no tension, no stress. STRESS BUSTER: Playing chess with family members and cricket, watching TV COACHING: No DEVELOPER WITH RERA REGISTERED PROJECTS www.rera.punjab.gov.in THE REAL ESTATE BOUTIQUE THE VALUE SEEKER THE SPACE LOVER THE NATURE FAN THE HEALTH FREAK THE ROI DRIVEN THE DESIGN PURIST 97.6 % NON-MEDICAL 97.2 % MUSKAN GOEL KUSH BANSAL GIRLS WIN BATTLE OF SEXES IN MOHALI 97.8 % MEDICAL THE LOCATION BUFF A WIDE RANGE OF REAL ESTATE SOLUTIONS JUST FOR YOU. MULTIPLE SIZES | VARIOUS PRICE RANGES | NUMEROUS LOCATION CHOICES 8 DELIVERED PROJECTS | 15 UPCOMING PROJECTS | NO EMI & ASSURED RETURN PLANS please call our expert at 73077 72092 w w w. s u s h m a . c o . i n Corporate Office: Unit No. B-107, Business Complex, Elante Mall, First Floor Industrial Area, Phase-1, Chandigarh c m y b Chandigarh, May 26 Finding Dr Devinder Preet Singh guilty of sexual harassing students of Dr HS Judge Institute of Dental Sciences and Hospital, the Panjab University Committee Against Sexual Harassment (PUCASH) has recommended major penalty against him for “serious misconduct”. In its report, the 10-member panel, headed by Prof Manvinder Kaur, submitted, “The PUCASH found the respondent (Dr Devinder Preet Singh) guilty in multiple counts of sexual harassment. Taken together, these constitute serious misconduct under the Service Rules of Panjab University and warrant a major penalty.” The major penalty included either demotion or dismissal. continued on page 5 POWER SHUTDOWN CHANDIGARH 6 am to 8 am: Parts of Sector 19, 20, 27, 29, 32, 33, 34, 45, 46, Serai Building, Block B and C of GMCH-32 and Burail village 6.30 am to 10.30 am: Part of Industrial Area, Phase I 9 am to 12 noon: Parts of Sector 9 and 12
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