20022023-CT-01.qxd 19-02-2023 23:59 Page 1 c m y b Chandigarh tribune THREE-DAY ROSE FESTIVAL ENDS ON MUSICAL NOTE PUNJAB FC TO FACE NEROCA IN CRUCIAL MATCH TODAY YOUTH NABBED FOR BID TO MOLEST MINOR GIRL Live performance by singer Adnan Sami mesmerises visitors on the concluding day of Rose Festival. P3 RGPFC will face NEROCA FC in a crucial tie as season nears final rounds of the I-League. P3 Panchkula police arrest a youth for allegedly trying to molest a minor girl while she was alone at house. P3 » » TWITTER/THETRIBUNECHD PARTLY CLOUDY MAX 28°C | MIN 14°C YESTERDAY MAX 27.9°C | MIN 14.2°C SUNSET MONDAY 6:14 PM SUNRISE TUESDAY 6:58 AM » MONDAY | 20 FEBRUARY 2023 | CHANDIGARH FORECAST FACEBOOK/CHANDIGARHTRIBUNE CHANDIGARH 315 PANCHKULA 186 Mani Majra man held with drugs, revolver MOHALI 154 Tribune News Service AIR QUALITY INDEX 401-500 301-400 201-300 101-200 51-100 0-50 SEVERE VERY POOR POOR MODERATE SATISFACTORY GOOD INBRIEF MAN LOSES ~25K TO ONLINE FRAUD Chandigarh: A city resident has been duped by a fraudster who contacted him through a fake Instagram account. Complainant Sushil Dahra, a resident of Sector 48, alleged the suspect posing as a friend asked for Rs 25,000. The complainant transferred the money, but when the suspect demanded more money, he realised he had been duped. A case of cheating has been registered at the Cyber Crime police station. TNS MAN HELD WITH 100-GM HEROIN Chandigarh:The Crime Branch of UT police has arrested a 21year-old youth for possessing 100-gm heroin. Suspect Surinder, a Sector 25 resident, was nabbed near his house. A case has been registered against the suspect at the Sector 11 police station. TNS AGENT BOOKED FOR TRAVEL FRAUD Chandigarh: The UT police have booked Nikhil Sharma, proprietor of AG Group Overseas, Sector 34, for duping people on the pretext of sending them abroad. Complainant Dharmbir Singh of Kaithal, Haryana, alleged the suspect took Rs 70,000 each to send them to Tanzania on work permit. But he neither sent them abroad nor returned the money, he claimed. TNS Protesters demanding old pension scheme try to breach the police cordon while attempting to march towards UT; and (right) cops use water cannons near the Housing Board traffic lights, Panchkula. NITIN MITTAL Hry employees cane-charged, many hurt P’kula cops use water cannons, teargas to stop march towards UT in support of old pension scheme Tribune News Service Panchkula, February 19 A number of protesters were injured after hundreds of Haryana Government employees, led by the Pension Restoration Sangharsh Samiti (PRSS), who had gathered here seeking restoration of the old pension scheme (OPS), faced cane-charge, water cannons and teargas from the Haryana Police as they tried to move towards the Panchkula-Chandigarh border on Sunday. Around 3 pm, the protesters 3-HOUR STAND-OFF NEAR UT BORDER ■ Around 3 pm, protesters assemble at Panchkula’s Sector 8-17 roundabout and start marching towards UT in support of OPS ■ Clash erupts as cops use water cannons; seeing things get out <
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