24102023-CT-01.qxd 10/24/2023 12:22 AM Page 1 c m y b Chandigarh tribune TO BOOST STARTUPS, ADMN MULLS INNOVATION COUNCIL WORK ON ETPs AT MALOYA, INDUSTRIAL AREA BEGINS SHIZAN’S 10-WICKET HAUL HELPS CHHATTISGARH WIN Initiative to boost innovation and research in sectors such as education, health and IT. P3 Effluent treatment plants to come up at gaushalas in Maloya and Industrial Area, Phase I. P3 Shizan Ali scripts Chhattisgarh’s stunning win over Goa at Balramji Das Tandon Memorial meet. P3 » » 101 MOHALI 120 401-500 301-400 201-300 101-200 51-100 0-50 Fire engines to be stationed at five most crowded locations SEVERE VERY POOR POOR MODERATE SATISFACTORY GOOD INBRIEF AUTO HITS CYCLE, WOMAN INJURED Chandigarh: A local resident has alleged that an auto hit her cycle near ACC godown, Daria village, on Sunday. Her mother, who was riding pillion, was injured and admitted to the GMCH-32. A case under Sections 279 and 337 of the IPC has been registered at the Industrial Area police station. Balachaur resident Rohit Kumar reported that Mehul Khurana of Sector 35-A, who was driving a BMW, hit his car near the Kali Bari traffic lights on Sunday. A case under Section 279 of the IPC and 185 of the MV Act has been registered. TNS TWO FALL PREY TO SNATCHERS Chandigarh: A woman resident has reported that a motorcyclist snatched her gold chain near the Vita booth in Sector 50 here on Sunday. A case under Sections 379-A and 34 of the IPC has been registered at the Sector 49 police station. Another resident reported that a motorcyclist snatched her purse containing a mobile phone in front of her residence on Saturday. TNS YOUTH BOOKED ON CHEATING CHARGE Chandigarh: Principal of Government Model Senior School, Sector 46, reported that Rohit of Bhanwali, Panchkula district, who was appearing for the HSSC CET exam for Group D posts on Sunday, produced an admit card the photograph and signature on which didn’t match with NTA record. A case under Sections 419, 420 and 120-B, IPC, has been registered at the Sector 34 police station. TNS FACEBOOK/CHANDIGARHTRIBUNE UT all geared up for Dasehra 143 PANCHKULA MAX 30°C | MIN 17°C YESTERDAY MAX 30.5°C | MIN 17.1°C SUNRISE WEDNESDAY 6.31 AM TWITTER/THETRIBUNECHD AIR QUALITY INDEX CHANDIGARH MAINLY CLEAR SKY SUNSET TUESDAY 5.43 PM » TUESDAY | 24 OCTOBER 2023 | CHANDIGARH FORECAST Sandeep Rana Tribune News Service Government Model Senior Secondary School, Sector 37, team after winning the Subroto Cup U-17. City lads win Subroto Cup Tribune News Service Chandigarh, October 23 Government Model Senior Secondary School, Sector 37, represented by Chandigarh Football Academy (CFA), have won the 62nd Subroto Cup Junior (U 17) Boys Inter-School International Football Tournament for the first time in the history of the tournament. The local lads defeated Amenity Public School, Rudrapur (Uttarakhand), 5-3 in a tie-breaker finish at Dr BR Ambedkar Stadium. The first half saw both teams fighting for possession with Chandigarh looking to play long balls into the opposition half, while Amenity played the ball from the back trying to create space between the defence. Chances were at premium for both teams and the best one fell for Chandigarh. Amenity goalkeeper, Kunal Coach Sandeep Singh spilled the ball inside the six yard box but Thongbam Lalchenba could not put the finishing touches. Chandigarh did put the ball in the net during the closing stages of the half, but it was ruled out for offside. After the lemon-break, Minor stabs youth to death over ~1,000 Mohali, October 23 The police have apprehended a minor boy of Badh Majra for stabbing his friend, Anil Kumar (18), a vegetable vendor, to death in a dispute over Rs 1,000 at Mohali village here. The police said the victim had lent money to the suspect. Around 4:30 pm yesterday, the victim was sitting with his mother, Kusum Kumari, in a street when the suspect passed by. The victim, who used to sell vegetables on a rehri with his father, asked the boy to return his money, but the latter left say- ing that he would return soon. After 20 minutes, the suspect returned and asked Anil to accompany him to a chowk where he stabbed him in the neck. Meanwhile, the victim’s elder brother, Dharmendra, a resident of Mohali village, rushed him to the Phase-6 hospital where he died during treatment. The police raided the suspect’s hideouts in Badhmajra village and arrested him. On a statement of the deceased’s brother, the police have registered a case at the Phase 1 police station. — TNS Amenity could have taken the lead with Boinao just having to beat the goalkeeper. But his attempt went wide off the goal post. At the other end, Chandigarh also missed a chance with Bobby Singh misguiding a free header of a corner kick. The rest of the half was tightly contested and both teams could not find the winning goal sending the match into extra time. Chandigarh squandered a golden opportunity in the initial minutes of extra time with Bobby missing a sitter with the goal free in front of him. Both teams could not create any clear cut chances as the match moved into penalties. Both teams converted their first two kicks but Yumnam missed the third kick for Amenity before Chandigarh converted their third kick. Bobby converted continued on page 2 Accident victim awarded ~2.22-cr relief Tribune News Service Chandigarh, October 23 Motor Accident Claims Tribunal Chandigarh (MACT) has directed an insurance company, the driver and owner of a truck to pay Rs 2.22 crore as compensation to 27-year-old Sukhchain Singh, a resident of Sidh Sar Colony, Alohram Gate, Nabha, Patiala, who was injured in an accident four years ago. Sukhchain, in the claim petition, filed through advocate Navdeep Arora, under continued on page 2 c m y b Chandigarh, October 23 Five areas that witness huge crowds during Dasehra in the city have been identified and the MC fire wing will station a fire engine each at these spots tomorrow. The UT police have written to the MC fire wing with regard to the need to stationing fire engines at these places. The civic body has decided to station five fire vehicles at the places from 3 pm till the effigies of Ravan, Meghnath and Kumbhkaran are burnt. The five spots are the Sector 17 Parade Ground, Sector 34 ground in front of the gurdwara, Sector 26 Sabzi Mandi ground, area at the back of “Shani Mandir” near the Housing Board traffic lights and the vegetable market ground in Ram Darbar. Besides the fire engines, motorcycles fitted with fire extinguishers will patrol the city areas to provide quick help in case of fire. Leaves of all operational duty staff have been cancelled. They will remain on toes during the festival. “Our hi-tech aerated foam fire engines (bikes) will keep doing the rounds of sectors. These can tackle ordinary, chemical or oil fires effec- Dasehra panel members distribute balloons among kids at Sector 46 on Monday. PRADEEP TEWARI BIKES FITTED WITH FIRE EXTINGUISHERS “Our hi-tech aerated foam fire engines (bikes) will keep doing the rounds of sectors. These can tackle ordinary, chemical or oil fires effectively. In case of any mishap, these motorcycles, which are fitted with fire extinguishers, can easily negotiate road that are in poor shape as well as narrow lanes of villages and colonies,” said an official. TEMPORARY ROAD DIVIDERS To manage the traffic rush during the ongoing festive season, the police have put up temporary road dividers at the crossings near the busy markets. Long dividers were seen at the markets of Sectors 18, 19, 22 and 15. tively. In case of any mishap, these motorcycles, which are fitted with fire extinguishers, can easily negotiate roads that are in poor shape as well as narrow lanes of villages and colonies,” said an official. However, the authorities concerned have failed to remove encroachments by shopkeepers as well as street vendors that hinder the movement of fire engines in case of fire. Vendors in huge numbers can be seen running business from parking lots and pavements in markets. ONLY GREEN FIRECRACKERS The UT Administration has allowed the use of only green firecrackers strictly from 4 pm till 6 pm to celebrate Dasehra on Tuesday. Only green firecrackers will be allowed to be used in effigies. The SHO concerned will ensure that no other firecrackers are used in effigies. To manage the traffic rush during the ongoing festive season, the police have put up temporary road dividers at the crossings near the busy markets. Long dividers were seen at the markets of Sectors 18, 19, 22 and 15. COPS LIST PARKING SPACES P3
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