07092021-CT-01.qxd 9/7/2021 12:22 AM Page 1 c m y b Chandigarh TRIBUNE TUESDAY | 7 SEPTEMBER 2021 | CHANDIGARH FOUR BITTEN BY DOGS IN 10 DAYS IN KHUDA LAHORA Residents of Khuda Lahora village say two of the dogs from a pack of five-six canines have turned very aggressive. FORECAST GENERALLY CLOUDY TRICITY COVID REPORT CHD SAMPLES TESTED POSITIVE RECOVERED NEW CASES ACTIVE CHANGE DEATHS NEW P’KULA 6,83,782 65,122 64,273 1 35 5 814 0 MOHALI 4,14,716 5,68,261 30,692 68,637 30,303 67,527 4 3 12 50 3 1 377 1,060 0 0 AIR QUALITY INDEX CHANDIGARH 74 PANCHKULA 68 MOHALI 48 401-500 301-400 201-300 101-200 51-100 0-50 SEVERE VERY POOR POOR MODERATE SATISFACTORY GOOD INBRIEF MAN HELD WITH STOLEN SCOOTERS Mohali: The police have arrested a person with 10 scooters stolen from the tricity. The suspect has been identified as Parvinder Singh (42), a resident of Kharar. A case has been registered at the Phase 1 police station. SI Kulwant Singh of the Phase 6 police post said: “The suspect has been sent to three-day police custody. He used to steal two-wheelers from the tricity. Efforts are on to trace his accomplices,” he said. TNS PAGE 2 PAGE 2 COME OCTOBER, FLY FROM CITY TO RANCHI, JODHPUR GET OPD REGISTRATION FOR GMSH-16 AT SAMPARK CENTRES City airport will add Ranchi and Jodhpur to its list of operations; new flights will be included in the winter schedule. MAX 34°C | MIN 28°C | YESTERDAY MAX 35.8°C | MIN 28°C SUNSET TUESDAY 6:38 PM PAGE 3 To avoid rush at GMSH, patients can get OPD registration done at Sampark centres on payment of nominal fee. SUNRISE WEDNESDAY 6.03 AM TWITTER/THETRIBUNECHD FACEBOOK/CHANDIGARHTRIBUNE RBI cash-laden truck pile-up leaves 4 hurt UT to get 2.95L doses in Sept Woman constable trapped, rescued after 50-minute op; legs crushed | Traffic diverted Tribune News Service Tribune News Service Chandigarh, September 6 Four persons, including two UT cops, were injured after two rashly driven trucks carrying RBI cash met with an accident on the road separating Sector 28 and 26 on Madhya Marg. A woman constable was trapped in a truck that rammed into another truck. It took two cranes, a team of firefighters and the police to rescue the constable from the wrecked truck. The police said five trucks, after loading cash from the railway station, Chandigarh, were heading to the RBI in Sector 17. After crossing the (From left) A woman constable trapped in a truck, being rescued by workers, and the vehicles involved in the pile-up on Madhya Marg on Monday. MANOJ MAHAJAN Transport light point, one of the trucks applied brakes. However, two trucks coming from behind failed to apply brakes and collided. One of the trucks, being driven by Tajinder and accompanied by Constable Ram Singh, rammed into a truck from behind. Another truck, being driven by Gurbej, who was accompa- nied by woman Constable Pavita, rammed into the truck being driven by Tajinder. The occupants of both trucks were trapped inside following which two cranes were rushed to the spot. continued on page 2 Chandigarh, September 6 The city will receive 2.95 lakh vaccine doses in September. The vaccine will be provided in three batches, each containing 98,600 doses. Dr Amandeep Kang, Director, Health Services, Chandigarh, said, “This is the first time that Chandigarh is going to receive doses in large numbers. We used to get a batch of 20,000 doses only and thus it was difficult for us to plan long term. Now, with over 98,000 doses, we can plan ahead for a week.” In August, Chandigarh had received 2,79,160 doses, while 2,19,160 doses were given by the Centre in July. continued on page 2 Need-based changes: Allottees 2 playful Bengal Tiger cubs a huge draw hope to get respite from CHB Displayed for first time; zoo sees 4,600 visitors, max in a single day after Covid Gaurav Kanthwal Board of Directors’ meet tomorrow; issue to be taken up Dushyant Singh Pundir Tribune News Service Chandigarh, September 6 Thousands of allottees hope to get some relief from the Chandigarh Housing Board (CHB) on regularisation of building violations in flats and one-time settlement on OTHER ISSUES ■ Filling of sanctioned posts of clerk ■ e-tender of 18 CHB rental houses ■ General housing scheme at plot number 1 and 2 at IT Park ■ Renovation in CHB rental houses situated in the city the Delhi pattern as the board will take up the issue in a meeting of the Board of Directors to be held on Wednesday. Allottees, under the banner of the Makan Bachao Samiti, have been demanding regularisation of continued on page 2 c m y b Tribune News Service Zirakpur, September 6 Two Bengal Tiger cubs born on May 8 this year were displayed at the Chhatbir zoo for the first time yesterday. The playful cubs got a good response from visitors and were a huge draw among children. After the reopening of zoo with the Covid protocol, The Bengal Tiger cubs at the Chhatbir zoo. the facility saw 4,600 visitors, the maximum in a single day, yesterday. The highest footfall in a single day, however, was recorded on January 2017 when 13,235 visited the zoo. Chhatbir zoo Director Naresh Mahajan said, “The cubs were displayed for the first time and were a huge attraction. It was also for the continued on page 2
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