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Sensex opens in green on value-buying, up 130 points 21.6.2018 PTI: All news
Sensex opens in green on value-buying, up 130 points
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N Korea data shows slight children's health gains: UN 21.6.2018 PTI: All news
N Korea data shows slight children's health gains: UN
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Woman alleges rape by Shiv Sena activist in UP 21.6.2018 PTI: All news
Woman alleges rape by Shiv Sena activist in UP
Vasundhara Raje talks development, offers rewards in Pipalda 21.6.2018 DNA: Money
Continuing on her whirlwind tour under the jan samwad programme to establish people-to-people connect, chief minister Vasundhara Raje arrived in Pipalda, Kota to a warm reception by beneficiaries of government schemes. In her address to the locals, Raje spoke of development works worth Rs 1,500 crore that have been taken up by the state govenment over the last four years.  “There is visible transformation in Pipalda, where earlier nobody wanted to step in because of backwardness and unavailability of facilities,” Raje said on Wednesday, while speaking in Jan Samwad held in Etawa town of Pipelda area. She charged the previous Congress government of ignoring the assembly constituency. They spent only Rs 360 crore in the entire tenure, she added. Raje reminded the locals of the major development projects underway in the region that would benefit the towns and villages in Pipalda. She said the construction work of road highway project worth Rs121 crore for Gaita- Makheja bridge is underway, while ...
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Ahmedabad: Harassed by loan shark, hotel owner commits suicide 21.6.2018 DNA: Urban Tales
Harassed by a loan shark, a hotel owner committed suicide on Monday. Police said that in his statement, Nathulal Mewada (38), a resident of Vejalpur, accused Dharmalal of harassing him for the recovery of a loan given to him. Mewada further wrote that he has returned the money with ten per cent interest to the money lender, yet he was insisting him to pay money a penalty. Mewada has written in the note that he had approached the police on June 14 to complain about the harassment. Tired of the harassment, he consumed drugs to end his life. A police complaint was filed at Vejalpur on Tuesday against Dharmalal, a resident of Vastrapur by Mewada's consort Sumitra. Mewada was found vomiting on Monday at Sumitra's residence. When she inquired about his health, Mewada informed that he took drugs to end his life, because he couldn't bear the torture any longer. He was rushed to Sola Civil Hospital immediately for treatment but succumbed on Tuesday morning. Senior police inspector AI Patel is investigating the ...
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Three held for trying to kill man by slitting his throat in Outer Delhi's Prem Nagar area 21.6.2018 DNA: Urban Tales
Three persons including a 51-year-old woman have been arrested for allegedly trying to kill a man by slitting his throat, who had ill-intentions for the woman's daughter, on Wednesday from Outer Delhi's Prem Nagar area. According to the police, the accused have been identified as Beena, Lal Bahadur and Amit who had allegedly slit Bhagwan Singh's throat and threw him near a railway track on Tuesday. "We had got an information about a man lying unconscious near the railway track, following which he was shifted to Sanjay Gandhi Memorial Hospital Mangol Puri," said Rajendra Sagar, Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police (Outer). During the course of the investigation, the accused disclosed that his throat was cut by Beena and her son Tarun, who is still absconding. "On Wednesday, three accused have been arrested. Lal and Amit helped the other two to throw the injured near the railway track and destroyed the evidence. While Tarun is absconding and teams have been formed to nab him," said Sagar. During ...
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Hapur tense after man’s lynching 21.6.2018 The Tribune

Tribune News Service

Lucknow, June 20

Tension prevailed in Hapur over the killing of a 45-year-old man, Qasim, allegedly by a mob on Tuesday. His 55-year-old associate, Samaydin, was injured in the incident.

DSP Pawan Kumar, who visited Bajhera Khurd village, denied reports of lynching over rumours of cow slaughter. He claimed that an altercation broke out between a village youth and the two men following a motorcycle accident.

The motorcyclist summoned villagers, who allegedly beat up the two, resulting in Qasim’s death and injury to Samaydin. The injured was admitted to a Hapur hospital.

Two suspects, Rakesh and Yudhister Sisodia, have been arrested under Sections 302 and 307 of the IPC.

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Rs 3.45 lakh, gold stolen 21.6.2018 The Tribune
Phagwara: A villager’s house was reportedly burgled at Gannapind village near Phillaur on Tuesday night. The burglars entered Omman’s house after demolishing a wall and took away Rs 3.45 lakh in cash and 18-tola gold ornaments from the house. The police have registered a case. oc Three drug peddlers arrested Phagwara: The Phillaur police have arrested three drug peddlers and recovered a huge quantity of intoxicants from their possession on Tuesday night. The police seized 31 intoxicant injections from Vijay and Jaswant, both residents of Palakdin village, and 78 injections from Bal Krishan of Garrha village. A case under the NDPS Act has been registered. OC Congress holds dharna Phagwara: Former Congress Minister Joginder Singh Maan led two protests at Kherra and Khalwara village against the Central government for the rise in fuel prices on Wednesday. Maan, while addressing the protesters, alleged that the union government could not control the price rise of essential commodities. Slogans were also ...
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Health Dept officials collect 17 samples of milk products 21.6.2018 The Tribune
Tribune News Service Jalandhar, June 20 To check adulteration of food under Tandarust Punjab Mission, a team of the Health Department on Wednesday collected 17 samples of milk and its products from dairies in the district. On the directions of Deputy Commissioner Varinder Kumar Sharma and Civil Surgeon Dr Jaspreet Kaur Minhas, the team led by District Food Security Officer Dr Balwinder Singh and Food Safety Officers Rashu Mahajan collected the samples from milk diaries in Cheema Nagar, Mithapur, Lajpat Nagar, Kishanpura, Ajit Nagar and Dilbagh Nagar. Of the total 17 samples, the team collected 11 samples of milk. These samples would be sent to Kharar for laboratory test. The team reiterated that the drive would be continued in the coming days and stern action would be taken against those who were indulging in the adulteration of food. Health officers said the district administration would leave no stone unturned under the Tandarust Punjab Mission to check the sale of such adulterated food items in the ...
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Govt initiative gives new lease of life to four-year-old city student 21.6.2018 The Tribune
Tribune News Service Patiala, June 18 A student of Class I at a local government school was provided free treatment for a congenital health issue—a hole in the heart— under the Rashtriya Bal Swasthya Karyakram. Naman Sharma, a four-year-old student of Government Power House School, was operated upon and treated free of cost at a private hospital. Officials said according to Naman’s father, the problem came to the light after the child was diagnosed with fever. Doctors advised them a surgery but the family could not afford the treatment. The child’s father was informed about the government initiative. Officials said the case for the treatment was prepared by the school authorities and was forwarded to the private hospital. The child was operated upon free of cost and the hospital provided free diet to the patient. Sonu, child’s father, said, “I did not spend even a single penny on his treatment. Now, even the regular check-up of the child is being conducted free of cost.” Deputy Commissioner Kumar Amit ...
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Two bags containing ATM card, cash stolen from car 21.6.2018 The Tribune
Chandigarh: Two bags containing cash, documents and other valuables were stolen from a car parked near the stairs number two of Sukhna Lake. Complainant Gopal Singh, a native of Mandi district in Himachal Pradesh, told the police that he and his friends went to the lake after parking his car. On returning after 30 minutes, the complainant found that one of the doors of the car was open and two bags containing an ATM card, driving license, registration certificate of car, Rs 2,500 cash and mobile phones were stolen. The incident took place on Saturday night. A case has been registered. TNS Decomposed body found Chandigarh:  A decomposed body was found at the scrap market in Dhanas on Monday afternoon. The police received information about the body lying in a godown at the scrap market at 1.30 pm. The police said the victim had been identified as Raghu Nath (50), a native of Uttar Pradesh, who worked at a scrap shop in Dhanas. He was missing for the past 10 days. The body was shifted to the mortuary of the ...
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Woman dies of burn injuries, husband held 21.6.2018 The Tribune

Nabha, June 19 

A 23-year-old woman Rajni, a resident of Chhajubhat village in Nabha, who sustained 80 per cent burn injuries and was referred to Government Medical College and Hospital, Chandigarh, succumbed to burn injuries on Tuesday morning.

The police after regestering case under Section 302 of the IPC have arrested her husband, Major Singh. However, the other accused Major Singh’s brother and his wife and mother-in-law were yet to be arrested. 

Victim Rajni’s father, Ashok Kumar, had complained to the police that he had received a phone call from an unknown person, who told him that his daughter had been admitted to Civil Hospital due to burn injuries on June 16.—TNS 

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Gaming disorder poses challenge for docs 21.6.2018 The Tribune
Tribune News Service Chandigarh, June 19 Psychiatrists here at the PGI have welcomed the move of World Health Organisation (WHO) for including gaming disorder in the list of International Classification of Diseases (ICD). Doctors at the PGI admitted that people suffering from gaming addiction are visiting the medical institute for treatment. WHO had on Monday officially recognised compulsively playing video games as a new mental health condition. Sandeep Grover, a Professor of Psychiatry, PGI, said, “The number of patients who are addicted to mobile and internet gaming has increased.” Gaming had reached the level of addiction due to its easy availability, he added. “Convenience of gaming has also contributed to its addiction. One can login to play these anywhere, any time, directly from their mobile devices. What starts as a pastime soon turns into addiction,” observed Prof Grover. Dr D Basu, another Professor of Psychiatry, PGI, who deals with addiction, said, “Besides drug addiction, gaming addiction ...
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Mothers need care in the fourth trimester too 21.6.2018 Mumbai Age
Contrary to popular belief, a pregnant woman's troubles don't end with the delivery. A new mother needs as much care as a new baby.
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Two booked for causing death by negligence 21.6.2018 The Tribune

Chandigarh, June 19 

Three days after a 22-year-old daily wager died from electrocution, the Chandigarh Police booked have  booked a contractor and an engineer for causing death by negligence under Section 304-A of the IPC.  The victim, identified as Mithu Mandal, was electrocuted while working near a government school in Raipur Kalan. The victim was rushed to the Government Medical College and Hospital (GMCH), Sector 32, where doctors declared him brought dead.  It has been alleged that the victim had raised the possibility of getting electrocuted with contractor Rahul Kohli and engineer Jai Dev several times but they did not take necessary action.—TNS

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Valuables stolen from car 21.6.2018 The Tribune
Chandigarh:  In another incident of theft from a car parked near Sukhna Lake, a purse and a bag containing a laptop and other valuables were stolen from a car after smashing its windowpane near the stairs (No. 1) on Monday. According to the police, the complainant, Navjot Singh, a resident of Sector 66, Mohali, reported that he, along with his wife, went for a walk at the lake after parking his car. On returning after 30 minutes, the complainant found one of the windowpanes of his car broken and the bag and the purse stolen.  The police said the bag contained a laptop, a charger and a headphone, while the purse contained Rs 2,500, an iPhone, credit and debit cards, a headphone and other valuables. The police were informed about the incident after which a case of theft was registered at the Sector 3 police station. This is the second theft incident reported from a car parked near Sukhna Lake. On June 16, a bag containing valuables was stolen from a car. TNS 31-year-old electrocuted Dera Bassi: A ...
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29 fresh cases of diarrhoea reported from Mauli Jagran 21.6.2018 The Tribune
Tribune News Service Chandigarh, June 19 As many as 29 fresh cases of diarrhoea were reported from Mauli Jagran today. Of the 29 cases, eight were of mild diarrhoea, which were referred to the Mani Majra Civil Hospital. According to the authorities at the Health Department, as many as 141 cases of mild diarrhoea had been reported in the past three days. Rising cases of stomach infection and diarrhoea have prompted the Health Department to set-up an evening OPD at the Mauli Jagran dispensary.  “Further, water samples from all three tubewells in the area were collected and the report is expected to arrive soon,” said Health Department officials. On June 17, soon after the diarrhoea outbreak, Dr G Dewan, Director, Health Services, had announced free treatment for all diarrhoea patients.      So far, the Health Department has surveyed 5,086 houses and 1,145 ORS  packets have been distributed.  Water scarcity led to diarrhoea outbreak? A heath department official said water scarcity had led to the diarrhoea ...
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24X7 treatment for dog-bite victims at Mohali Civil Hospital 21.6.2018 The Tribune
Tribune News Service Mohali, June 19 Now, dog-bite victims will be provided treatment round-the-clock at the Mohali Civil Hospital. Till now, the treatment was provided only during OPD timings (8 am to 2 pm). Patients visiting the hospital after that were given first aid and were asked to come the next day.  The Managing Director of Punjab Health Systems Corporation, Varun Roojam, at a meeting with the Civil Surgeon of Mohali and the Senior Medical Officer of the hospital, issued instructions in this regard. “Dog-bite cases increase this time of the year and we need a facility where patients could be treated 24 hours a day,” said Roojam.  Dr Manjit Singh, SMO, Civil Hospital, Phase VI, said they had the required staff for the job and had enough stock of anti-rabies vaccine. “We will start round-the-clock service as per instructions by the month-end,” said the SMO. However, serious cases, for which a costly immunoglobulin serum is required, will be referred to the PGI or the GMCH-32 in Chandigarh.  The ...
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Strengthen, not outsource, dispensaries: Bansal 21.6.2018 The Tribune
Tribune News Service  Chandigarh, June 19 Former Union Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal has opposed the move of the UT Administration to outsource government dispensaries on public-private partnership mode by engaging an NGO for the purpose. In a letter to UT Administrator VP Singh Badnore, Bansal said education and health were primary government responsibilities while private sector was allowed in these areas only as a supplementary channel. “If an NGO wishes to provide such services, the right course will not be to handover any government facility, but to facilitate it in starting a new one by offering land at concessional rates, subject to conditions that may be laid down,” said Bansal. He further said the objective of the move to transfer the dispensaries to an NGO, as stated in the recommendation of the subcommittee on health to the Administrator’s Advisory Council, to “curtail the flow of patients visiting the hospitals for small ailments” and “decongest the major hospitals” was flawed and untenable. ...
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3 yrs after rape in Chandigarh, US woman recounts horror 21.6.2018 The Tribune
Tribune News Service Chandigarh, June 20 She still remembers the pleasant April day in 2015. The bus journey from Rishikesh to Chandigarh had been a bit rough but it was exciting. She had wanted to stay back a little longer in Uttarakhand but time was a problem. Three months after she came from USA on a tourist visa, she was happy with her long-awaited India trip and was ready to go home. And then suddenly her dream vacation turned into a nightmare. In an assault that shocked and shamed Chandigarh, Cathy was raped by two men who promised to help her find a hotel for the night before she could take a cab to Delhi. The days that followed were sheer horror. Three years after that fateful night of April 17, Cathy, now 31, spoke about her attack for the first time in an exclusive conversation with The Tribune. “I was to fly to France the next day from Delhi after arriving in Chandigarh from Rishikesh,” she said.  “When I got down from the bus, I went with a man called Baldev (the main accused in the case who ...
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