31122021-CT-01.qxd 12/31/2021 12:37 AM Page 1 c m y b Chandigarh TRIBUNE FRIDAY | 31 DECEMBER 2021 | CHANDIGARH HOUSING BOARD INVITES E-BIDS Chandigarh Housing Board invites e-bids for the sale of 145 residential as well as commercial units. FORECAST PARTLY CLOUDY PAGE 2 WRONG PARKING AT SUKHNA PAGE 2 Auto-rickshaws parked wrongly on the road in front of Sukhna Lake cause inconvenience to visitors. MAX 20°C | MIN 4°C | YESTERDAY MAX 20.1°C | MIN 4.2°C SUNSET FRIDAY 5:33 PM ‘GET ALL FULLY JABBED IN WEEK’ PAGE 3 UT Adviser Dharam Pal asks Health Department to fully vaccinate target population within one week. SUNRISE SATURDAY 7:19 AM TWITTER/THETRIBUNECHD FACEBOOK/CHANDIGARHTRIBUNE NYE Long queues at a vaccination centre at Sukhana Lake in Chandigarh on Thursday. TRIBUNE PHOTO: MANOJ MAHAJAN Covid curbs in UT from today Chandigarh, December 30 To prevent the possible spread of Covid-19, the UT Administration has restricted the entry of unvaccinated or partially vaccinated adults to public places, hotels, malls, shopping complexes, etc, from tomorrow. According to the order, only fully vaccinated (two doses) adults and staff of the establishments or those who are due for the second dose as per the health protocol will be allowed to enter public places with large gatherings such as sabzi mandis, grain markets, parks, religious places, hotels, bars, restaurants, malls, shopping complexes, cinema halls, gyms and fit- CAP ON GATHERINGS ■ Hotels, banquet halls to keep gatherings to 50% of capacity ■ No entry to establishments for those who have missed the due date for their second dose ■ ~5,000 fine for violation UT SEES 17 CASES Chandigarh: The city on Thursday reported 17 cases of Covid-19 and no death due to the virus. Fourteen patients have been cured of the disease in the past 24 hours. TNS ness centres, both private and government sector banks, all government, board, corporation offices, educational institutions, including coaching and tuition centres, museums, theatres and clubs. However, those who have missed their due date for the second dose will not be allowed to enter the premises of these establishments. The violation of the orders will invite a fine of ~5,000. Meanwhile, the Administration has also restricted the gatherings to 50 per cent capacity of hotels or banquet halls. According to the orders, the number of guests for social gatherings such as weddings, commercial events, exhibition stalls, amusement rides, shows, etc, are restricted to 300 or 50 per cent capacity of banquet halls or hotels, whichever is less. 20 fresh cases reported in Panchkula district PANCHKULA: The district reported 20 fresh cases on Thursday, taking the active cases to 65. The case tally has reached 30,977. The recovery count has increased to 30,531. — TNS 18 cases in Mohali 7 (because #FitnessGoals) Doritos Cheese Nachos 10 (party food’s ﬁrst casualty) Jimmy’s Cocktail Mixers 5 (setting the bar high) Balloons 10 (aka prank alarms) MOHALI: The district on Thursday recorded 18 fresh cases of Covid. Three patients were cured. Nine cases were reported from Mohali (urban), three from Dhakoli, two each from Boothgarh and Kharar and one each from Gharuan and Kurali. TNS FULL VAX PROOF OR NEGATIVE RT-PCR REPORT MUST TO ATTEND PARTY IN MOHALI P3 Origami Disposable Cups 15 (skip if you love doing dishes) Uno Playing Cards 2 (use +4 on uninvited +1s ) Prasuma Momos 5 (no reason needed) TRICITY COVID REPORT CHD SAMPLES TESTED POSITIVE RECOVERED NEW CASES ACTIVE CHANGE DEATHS NEW P’KULA MOHALI 8,66,651 65,846 64,638 17 129 3 1,079 0 5,11,891 30,977 30,531 20 65 6 381 0 7,06,725 69,135 67,997 18 64 15 1,074 0 AIR QUALITY INDEX CHANDIGARH 160 PANCHKULA 133 MOHALI 126 401-500 301-400 201-300 101-200 51-100 0-50 SEVERE VERY POOR POOR MODERATE SATISFACTORY GOOD INBRIEF YOUTH HELD WITH BANNED VIALS Mohali: A 22-year-old youth was nabbed from near his house while possessing 50 banned injections. The suspect has been identified as Rocky, a resident of Sector 38. A case under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act has been registered at the Sector 39 police station. TNS Kejriwal administers loyalty oath to councillors of AAP Chandigarh, December 30 Amid reports of horse-trading, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) supremo and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today administered an oath to newly elected 14 councillors to not leave the party. He was in Chandigarh to hold a roadshow to thank people for their support in the Municipal Corporation poll. He was standing on a truck along with MP Bhagwant Mann and local leaders during the roadshow that started from the Aroma light point in Sector 22 and culminated at the Sector 22/23 light point. The police had barricaded the road to facilitate the roadshow. “...I will never let the trust of public break...I will work with full honesty and never take bribe. I will not do any wrong work or let others do it...I will never leave the party...I will never betray the city and the party...If I do so, then the Chandigarh public should not vote for me next time,” was the oath he administered to the councillors. Addressing the gathering, Kejriwal said, “You have done a Continued on page 2 Says Chandigarh wave will now sweep Punjab Ice Cubes Kwality Walls Crackle Tub The suspect in police custody on Thursday. MANOJ MAHAJAN gunman accompanying the MLA over reversing the car in the parking lot. To take revenge, they vandalised the SUV — TNS . 3 (nostalgia-ﬂavoured ice cream) Red Bull Energy Drink 5 (you aren’t getting any younger) Morning Fresh Detox 10 (again, you aren’t getting any younger) Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal and others during a roadshow at Sector 22 in Chandigarh on Thursday. TRIBUNE PHOTO: NITIN MITTAL TRAFFIC HIT The roadshow led to traffic jams in and around Sector 22. Some had to wait for a long time for the roadshow to end while the others took long routes to reach their destinations. The police had diverted the traffic coming to the road stretch from the Aroma light point till the Sector 22/23 light point. COVID NORMS FLOUTED During the roadshow, AAP leaders, including Arvind Kejriwal and Bhagwant Mann, were seen without masks. A large number of supporters, too, were without masks and hardly anyone was maintaining social distance. If you order early, we’ll bring a hamper along. (Yes, we’re bringing a +1 to the party.) Order your party supplies before 4 pm and stand a chance to meet our plus one (the hamper). Youth arrested for setting 1,800 cops to be deployed MLA’s SUV on fire at hostel in city on New Year’s Eve Chandigarh, December 30 A day after an SUV of the BJP MLA from Panipat, Parmod Vij, parked at MLA Hostel in Sector 3, was vandalised and set on fire, the UT police nabbed one of the suspects. SP (City) Ketan Bansal said the suspect, identified as Himanshu (24), alias Hemu, a resident of Nada village, Mohali, was nabbed near the Kansal turn. He is a cloth vendor. The white Ford Ikon used in the crime has also been recovered. The police said Himanshu, along with Mukesh, Tillu and others, had come to the Sector 10 market for dinner. They had an altercation with the driver and the 5 (party goer's solitaire) Chandigarh, December 30 Elaborate security arrangements will be made by the UT police on the New Year’s Eve. Around 1,800 cops will be deployed to keep an eye on revellers and a special lady police squad will assist women in distress. Drunken driving nakas will also be laid by the police on different roads, especially near clubs and restaurants. Around 1,800 cops, including 16 SHOs, 24 Inspectors and 1,672 other personnel, will keep a close vigil until the New Year celebrations conclude. Police presence will be ensured near hotels, clubs, markets and malls. Party must-haves delivered in minutes. SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS ■ Lady police squad to assist women in distress ■ Eight PCR vehicles with women cops to be deployed Get 25% off * ■ Pick-and-drop facility for women in case of need ■ Drunken driving nakas to be laid Use Code Further, eight PCR vehicles with women cops will be stationed at prominent places in the city to assist women and provide them a pick-anddrop facility in case of need. Meanwhile, 43 nakas on sector roads and seven nakas on main outer barriers will be laid. — TNS INSTABASH Want unlimited free* Instamart delivery? Find Instamart on the Swiggy app Sign-up for Swiggy One at just `75/month! **Minimum order value Rs. 99/- c m y b *TCA- Offer and hamper valid on orders above INR 249 Tribune News Service Coke Zero
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