Chandigarh: Dog owner reserved after dog bit woman
Chandigarh Police booked the owner of a pet dog on Friday after the dog bit a woman near the Government Model School, Sector 16.
The incident happened around 9:40 p.m. while Sector 16’s Smita Satyarhi was on a night walk. She spotted the white dog and asked the owner to put a leash on her pet, but the owner ignored it. The dog then attacked the woman and she suffered multiple injuries to her left hand.
A case under Sections 289 (negligent conduct towards an animal) and 323 (willfully causing injury) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) has been filed at Sector 17 Police Station against the unidentified owner of the dog.
We communicate through our aura: Sister Shivani
Famous sister Brahmakumari Shivani said on Sunday that the primary way we communicate with people is through our vibrations and the aura we give off. She was speaking during a special program held at the Tagore Theater for the second day in a row. Governor of Punjab Banwarilal Purohit was the chief guest on the occasion.
Authors congratulated on World Book Day
As part of the World Book Day celebrations, a literary event was held at the Chandigarh Press Club on Sunday. The event, organized by White Falcon Publishing, a Chandigarh-based publishing house, included a recitation of poetry in English. Authors from the region were praised for their contribution to literature. No less than 24 local authors were also honored and SS Bhatti, eminent author and former director of the Chandigarh College of Architecture, presided over the ceremony.
Cricket events on April 26 and 27
The Chandigarh Cricket Association, an affiliate of the Haryana Cricket Association, will hold tryouts on April 26-27 at 4:30 p.m. to select the Chandigarh team to compete in the upcoming Haryana Inter-District Cricket Tournament for the Pataudi Trophy. Interested players must be domiciled in Chandigarh or Haryana and not be registered with any other state association. Trials will take place at Government Model Senior Secondary School, Sector 19, on April 26-27.
Fortis Hospital organizes an ENT surgical conclave
Department of ENT and Head and Neck Surgery, Fortis Hospital, Mohali organized a two day conference – ENT Surgical Conclave 2022. Dr. Ashok Gupta had organized the surgical conclave in collaboration with All India Rhinology Society and the Punjab Medical Council. The conference was attended by renowned otolaryngologists, in addition to 200 delegates, including junior and senior residents, from various medical schools.
RBU organizes a cyclothon at Sukhna Lake
Rayat Bahra University held a cyclothon at Sukhna Lake on Sunday to celebrate World Earth Day. Rakesh Kumar Popli, Secretary of Chandigarh Housing Board was the chief guest on the occasion. He pointed out the cyclists and welcomed the initiative.