18112021-CT-01.qxd 11/18/2021 12:37 AM Page 1 c m y b Chandigarh TRIBUNE THURSDAY | 18 NOVEMBER 2021 | CHANDIGARH GARBAGE DUMPS COMMON SIGHT, PARKS ILL-MAINTAINED IN UT’S WARD NO. 21 P2 FORECAST MAINLY CLEAR SKY WAITER ATTACKED WITH KNIFE, ROBBED OF WALLET, MOBILE PHONE IN PANCHKULA P2 MAX 26°C | MIN 10°C | YESTERDAY MAX 26.7°C | MIN 10°C Two more UT police subdivisions created 19 inspectors transferred Tribune News Service Tribune News Service TRICITY COVID REPORT CHD SAMPLES TESTED POSITIVE RECOVERED NEW CASES ACTIVE CHANGE DEATHS NEW P’KULA MOHALI 8,11,893 65,391 64,542 1 29 1 820 0 4,64,844 6,48,390 30,788 68,893 30,398 67,773 0 8 11 50 1 379 1,070 0 0 AIR QUALITY INDEX CHANDIGARH 150 PANCHKULA 145 MOHALI 251 401-500 301-400 201-300 101-200 51-100 0-50 SEVERE VERY POOR POOR MODERATE SATISFACTORY GOOD GOLD EARRINGS SNATCHED Chandigarh: A car-borne miscreant reportedly snatched gold earrings from a woman in Sector 24. The victim stated that the suspect escaped in the car. A case has been registered at the Sector 17 police station. TNS Subdivision Central East South South-West North-East Police stations Sec 17, 11, 3 and Sarangpur Sec 26, 19 and Industrial Area Sec 31, 34 and 39 Sec 36, 39 and Maloya Mani Majra, IT Park and Mauli Jagran today by UT Home Secretary Nitin Kumar Yadav. As per the orders, police stations of Sector 36, 39 and Maloya will be under South-West sub-division, while those of Sector 31, 34 and 49 will be under South sub-division. Similarly, the police stations of Mani Majra, IT Park and Mauli Jagran would fall under the jurisdiction of North-East subdivision, while those of Sector 26, 19 and Industrial Area would be under East sub-division. The police stations that fall under Central sub-division remain the same. The police stations of Sector 17, 11, 3 and Sarangpur falls under this subdivision. FILE PHOTO JURISDICTION Chandigarh, November 17 The UT Administration has created two new police subdivisions taking the number of subdivisions to five. The two new subdivisions will be called South-West and North-East. These will have a DSP/ASP as a supervisory officer. With two additional supervisory officers, the residents can expect better policing in the city. The jurisdictions of 16 police stations, which earlier were divided into three subdivisions, namely Central, South and East, will now be divided into five subdivisions. The orders were issued SUNSET THURSDAY 5:25 PM Chandigarh, November 17 Nineteen police inspectors, including nine SHOs, were today transferred by the UT Police Department. Ram Rattan, who was posted as Sector 17 SHO, has been transferred as Industrial Area SHO and Om Parkash has been shifted from Maloya to Sector 17. Jaspal Singh, who was in security wing, has been posted as Maloya SHO. Rohit Kumar, who was Mauli Jagran SHO, has been posted as Sarangpur SHO. Meanwhile, Jaiveer Singh Rana, who was in EOW, has been posted as Mauli Jagran SHO. Industrial Area SHO Harmanjit Singh has been transferred to the traffic wing, Narinder Patial, who continued on page 3 Day 1: Over 900 visit Bird Park Dushyant Singh Pundir Tribune News Service Chandigarh, November 17 On the first day of opening, more than 900 people visited the Chandigarh Bird Park today. Savita Kovind, wife of President Ram Nath Kovind, inaugurated the park yesterday and it was thrown open to the general public today. The Bird Park received an overwhelming response, as more than 900 visitors were witnessed on the first day, said Debendra Dalai, Chief Conservator of Forests and Chief Wildlife Warden, UT. He said the visitors included nearly 300 children. Entry on the first day was free, he said, and children in the age group of 6 to 12 would have to pay the entry fee Rs 30, while Rs 50 would be collected from persons above 12 years of age. The Department of Forest and Wildlife, UT, has established the Bird Park on 6.5 acres at Nagar Van behind Visitors at Chandigarh Bird Park on Wednesday. NITIN MITTAL Sukhna Lake. The facility has got two small aviaries and two walk-through ones. The structure surrounds thousands of plants of varying canopies, which give an ideal habitat, food and shelter for these birds so that they can freely fly and breed. Dr Amandeep Kaur, a local resident who came to see the birds with her two sons, said her sons were delighted to see so many exotic birds at one place. She said it was a good initiative of the UT Administration as the aviary would not only bring people close to birds and nature, but it would also generate revenue for the Administration. c m y b SUNRISE FRIDAY 6:51 AM JASKAMAL MOVES INTO NEXT ROUND OF STATE BADMINTON CHAMPIONSHIP P2 TWITTER/THETRIBUNECHD FACEBOOK/CHANDIGARHTRIBUNE
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