New Panchkula DCP Surinder Pal Singh said increasing crime rates, traffic violations and ensuring the safety of women was their top priority.
Surinder Pal Singh, who was sworn in as DCP of Panchkula by DCP Mohit Handa, said increasing crime rates, traffic violations and ensuring the safety of women were their top priority. Handa has been transferred to Yamunanagar. The officer was previously assigned to the AIG provision.
Panchkula has instructed DC officials to dispose of pending applications
District Collector Mahaveer Kaushik on Monday directed all concerned departments to take immediate action on all applications received at the Investment Haryana Portal for various government services. Kaushik, who chaired the district-level clearance committee (DLCC) and district-level grievances committee (DLGC) meeting, said this.
A man who stole a bike with a fake number plate has been arrested
Police have arrested a 26-year-old man accused of riding a stolen motorcycle by pasting a fake number plate. Two more scooters and two two-wheelers were seized from the accused. Police said they were patrolling near a government school on Nayagaon Road. He received a tip about a fake number plate and arrested the accused, Sector 52 D Simranjeet Singh. Police later learned that the motorcycle had been stolen at the Government Railway Police (GRP) police station in Ambala on Saturday. A case has been registered at the Sector 11 police station.
Hydroponics technique suitable for hills: Farm Varsity VC
Chaudhary Sarwan Kumar Vice-Chancellor of Himachal Pradesh Agricultural University, Prof.HK Chaudhary said, “Hydroponics, the strategy of growing plants in nutrient-rich waters is ideal for hills and helping to increase the income of small farmers in states like Himachal Pradesh.” Prof. Chaudhry was speaking during a media visit to the hydroponic plant at the Research Center of the Department of Vegetable Science and Flower Agriculture.
Ambala Range Rover Accident: A driver has been booked for misbehavior with police
Two days after a speeding Range Rover SUV crashed into a parked car on Ambala’s NH-44, killing one person and injuring three others, its driver was also booked for disorderly conduct with police on duty. After the accident, the SUV driver, identified as a resident of Panipat, 26, Variyata Janglan, was arrested and sent to the Central Jail in Ambala.
Three days later, a Karnal man was arrested for carjacking Ambala
Three days after at least four strangers robbed a Mahindra XUV 500 owned by a Shimla resident on the Ambala-Chandigarh highway, police arrested a suspect from Haridwar on Monday. The accused, Vikas Mann of Bala village in Karnal, claimed to be a law graduate from a private university in Mohali and practiced in the Punjab and Haryana High Court.
Ludhiana has been transformed by rain and rain
Residents were hampered by prolonged power outages across the district on Monday, as rain and storms gave way to sunny temperatures. Trees and branches are blown off by high-speed winds and power cuts for 12 hours. .
Rain ends the 80-day dry season in the city, reducing mercury
The city received very little (0.8 mm) rain in March, but no rainfall in April. Showers and wind blowing at speeds of 50 to 60 kilometers per hour brought the city’s maximum temperature to 30.5C on Sunday at 41.2C. If the maximum temperature drops to 10.7 degrees, the minimum temperature has dropped to about eight degrees, settling at 18.4C. The city normally receives an average of 23.3 mm of rain in May.