18062022-CT-01.qxd 6/18/2022 12:42 AM Page 1 c m y b Chandigarh TRIBUNE SATURDAY | 18 JUNE 2022 | CHANDIGARH RITESH TOPS PANCHKULA DIST IN CLASS X EXAMINATIONS PAGE 2 Scores 487 marks out of 500; 62.35 per cent girls and 48.74 per cent boys clear the examinations. FORECAST GENERALLY CLOUDY TRICITY COVID REPORT CHD P’KULA MOHALI POSITIVE 92,920 44,586 96,301 RECOVERED 91,487 44,063 94,976 NEW CASES 55 36 31 ACTIVE 268 109 175 CHANGE 20 16 9 DEATHS 1,165 414 1,150 NEW 0 0 0 CHANDIGARH 60 PANCHKULA 69 401-500 301-400 201-300 101-200 51-100 0-50 51 SEVERE VERY POOR POOR MODERATE SATISFACTORY GOOD MAX 29°C | MIN 21°C | YESTERDAY MAX 31.6°C | MIN 21.7°C AT GMCH EMERGENCY, PATIENT LOAD 3-TIME THE BED COUNT SUNSET SATURDAY 7:27 PM have marked a ❝WeThere was a cyclone probe. SUNRISE SUNDAY 5:22 AM and many trees also got uprooted. We can’t say whether it was the fault of the contractor or happened due to substandard material. Baldev Singh Sran, PSPCL CHAIRMAN ❞ Hotels in Zirakpur witnessed 100 per cent bookings as people preferred to book hotels to spend the night without any trouble. YOGA FEST BEGINS AT PU TODAY Work on installing the emergency restoration system underway at Barri village after winds damaged three 60 kV power transmission lines, disrupting the power supply to several parts of Zirakpur. VICKY Mohali, June 17 After nearly 48 hours, Powercom temporarily restored the electricity supply to parts of Zirakpur and the adjoining areas by installing two poles of the emergency restoration system and supplying power to the Pabhat and Ramgarh Bhuda grids. The power crisis due to damage to three 66 kV power transmission towers by strong winds had left people sweating in the past two days. The three towers had collapsed around 7 pm on Wednesday, due to which all feeders of Daulat Singh Wala, Pabhat and the Ramgarh Bhuda substation had been shut. These substations supply electricity to over 100 colonies in Zirakpur. Although Powercom employees and officials had been trying to restore the power supply since Wednesday night, intermittent rain caused muddy conditions in the field, hampering the restoration work. The administration tried to c m y b ‘DON’T USE ACs TO AVOID CUTS FOR NOW’ Sandeep Gupta, Chief Engineer (Operations), Power Zone, Patiala, said the power supply of the Pabhat and Ramgarh Bhuda grids was restored after erecting two poles of the emergency restoration system. He urged people not to use ACs and other high power-consuming instruments to avoid power cuts as the emergency restoration system would meet 70 per cent electricity demand of the city. People enjoy the pleasant weather at Sukhna Lake, Chandigarh, on Friday. PHOTO: PRADEEP TEWARI FBI retrieved data from Sippy’s iPhone for CBI Amit Sharma Tribune News Service SUPPLY DISRUPTED AGAIN In some parts, the power supply was restored by 8 pm, but again got disrupted after three hours. supply water to residents by using generators to run tubewells to fill water tankers. People used buckets to fill water for their daily use. Some people took advantage of the crisis and charged exorbitant prices for generators and water tankers. Hotels in Zirakpur witnessed 100 per cent bookings as people preferred to continued on page 2 FACEBOOK/CHANDIGARHTRIBUNE Chandigarh: The maximum temperature in the city on Friday further dropped by six degrees. The day temperature came down to 31.6°C from Thursday’s 37°C. It was seven degrees below normal. The minimum temperature dropped to 21.7°C, four degrees below normal, from 24.7°C. The city saw 12.1 mm of rain. It is likely to continue till June 20. TNS Sanjay Bumbroo Tribune News Service TWITTER/THETRIBUNECHD MERCURY IN CITY DIPS FURTHER Fuel stations run out of diesel as people make beeline to buy it for gensets HOTELS SEE 100% BOOKING PAGE 3 Patients can be seen lying on trolleys lined up in an open hall with drips hanging from a hook on a pillar. Some respite at last, power restored in parts of Zirakpur INBRIEF Chandigarh: A four-day special yoga festival is being organised at Panjab University, Chandigarh, by the NSS from Saturday to mark International Day of Yoga. Coordinator of the programme and NSS programme officer Richa Sharma said various activities would be organised during the four-day festival. On Saturday, all NSS volunteers would be addressed by experts on yoga and everyday routine. TNS PAGE 2 Employee of Burail Jail among four nailed for supplying SIM card and mobile phone to gang member in jail. CONTRACTOR’S FAULT OR SUBSTANDARD MATERIAL? AIR QUALITY INDEX MOHALI 4 HELD FOR SUPPLYING MOBILE, SIM TO BISHNOI AIDE IN JAIL Chandigarh, June 17 It was the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) that provided assistance to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) by retrieving data from slain national-level shooter and advocate Sukhmanpreet Singh Sidhu, aka Sippy Sidhu’s iPhone 5. The FBI provided 56.1 GB data to the CBI, which included WhatsApp messages, emails and SMSes exchanged between Sippy and accused Kalyani Singh, besides other large incriminating data. continued on page 2 RETRIEVED DATA WAS FIRST SENT TO MHA ■ On November 11, 2018, the Digital Forensics and Analysis section of the FBI, through the US Department of Justice, sent the retrieved data to the MHA, which was further forwarded to the CBI on November 27, 2018. ■ The data received was further sent to the CFSL, Chandigarh, by the CBI to obtain a copy of the same for the purpose of investigation, which was provided to the CBI on January 10, 2019. OBJECTIONABLE PICTURES RECOVERED The data, in the shape of call logs, chats, including Facebook and WhatsApp messages, emails, device notifications, MMSes, SMSes, audios, videos, images and documents, was sent by the FBI.Objectionable pictures that led to a sour relationship between Sippy and Kalyani were also retrieved.
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