Inter-university archery championship: Jabalpur University in the lead on the 3rd day
Wiping the slate clean in the compound women’s round, the team representing Rani Durgavati University, Jabalpur, reached the top of the medal count at the end of the third day of the Indian Intercollegiate Archery Championship, which takes place takes place at the University of Chandigarh Sports Complex, Gharuan on Sunday. The team won eight medals, including three gold.
Punjabi University, Patiala secured another gold medal to consolidate their second position on the tally, while Chandigarh University, Mohali climbed to third place.
No fewer than 1,350 archers representing 160 teams across the country are taking part in the five-day championship, organized in conjunction with the Indian Archery Association.
34th Spring Festival from March 12
The Haryana Shehri Vikas Pradhikaran (HSVP) will hold the two-day Spring Fest 2022 on March 12-13 at City Park, Sector 5. A spokesperson for HSVP said that the main activities of the 34th edition of the festival of flowers will be plant and flower arrangement pot contests, in addition to the rangoli contest and baby health show.
P’kula Community Center named after Chandra Shekhar Azad
While paying rich tributes to Chandra Shekhar Azad on his martyrdom day on Sunday, Haryana Vidhan Sabha spokesman Gian Chand Gupta announced that he would name the Sector 21 community center after the revolutionary. He said the 18 community centers in Panchkula will be named after brave martyrs to inspire future generations.
The Aryans Institute celebrates National Science Day
In a bid to spread a message about the importance of science in the daily life of the people, the Aryans Institute of Nursing, Rajpura marked the National Science Day was celebrated the day before with the theme “Integrated Approach science and technology for sustainable development”. Future.” Various activities including quiz and speech contest, poster presentation were organized for the students.
100 examined at free health camp
A total of 100 people were checked during a free health check-up camp in Manimajra on Sunday. Mayor Sarabjeet Kaur inaugurated the camp organized by residents of the modern housing complex in association with Max Hospital in Mohali.
Career Day at Satluj Public School
Satluj Public School, Sector 4, held its second Satluj Career Fest with the aim of guiding students in grades 9-12 and their parents on various career opportunities. The inaugural session detailed the job opportunities and skills required for them. Vijai Vardhan, former Chief Secretary of Haryana; Dr. Biswajit Saha, Director, CBSE; Tejveer Singh, Principal Secretary, Industries and Commerce, Punjab; and Maj Harsh Kumar, Secretary, NCERT, participated in the virtual session.
Eastern imperial eagle event bird in the bird race
With the highest number of sightings, the eastern imperial eagle was declared the ‘bird of the event’ during the 12th annual Chandigarh Bird Race organized by the Chandigarh Bird Club on Sunday. The club organizes the race every year in the 40 km radius area of Chandigarh including Pinjore, Morni Hills, Nepli, Siswan Dam and Perch Dam as well as Sukhna Wildlife Sanctuary and all parks in Chandigarh. The team that records the most bird species wins. A total of 46 ornithologists participated across 11 teams and recorded over 200 species of birds. Club President Mitender Pal Singh Sekhon said: “The race aims to raise awareness of bird species in and around the city and also allows beginners, especially children, to go bird watching with birdwatchers. experienced.
Man caught with 1 kg of charas
Police Criminal Branch arrested Balwant Kumar, 34, from Mashobra, Shimla, with 1.5 kg of charas. The accused was arrested at the Sector 25 assembly ground, with police retrieving the charas from his carrying bag. A case under the Narcotic and Psychotropic Substances Act (NDPS) has been registered at the Sector 11 Police Station.
13 home owners indicted for illegal electrical connections
Owners of 13 homes in Rehabilitation Colony, Sector 25, have been charged with using illegal connections to steal electricity. A case was registered under the Electricity Act at Sector 11 Police Station.
PU faculty article published in a reputable journal
In a first for UIET, Panjab University, a research paper by faculty member Dr. Anil Kumar titled “Caged destabilized carbocations in water microdroplets: real-time isolation and detection of alpha-carbonyl cation intermediates”, was published in the famous Journal of the American Chemical Society.
Woman’s purse stolen at Rose Festival
A woman reported that her purse was stolen at the Rose Festival in Sector 16 on Saturday. The complainant, Sukesha Gosain of Sector 38 West, said that three unidentified women stole her purse which contained ₹50,000. A case under Section 379 (cheating) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) has been registered at Sector 17 Police Station. Police officials said they are reviewing CCTV footage to identify the accused.