“The V-C is in isolation at his residence, and he has appealed to all varsity staff to take precautions and observe normal working procedures regarding Covid-19,” he mentioned.
In the meantime, PU registrar Vikram Nayyar can also be in isolation and his check report was awaited until the submitting of this report. Each had attended a web based assembly of the senate collectively on Saturday.
Solely 50% judges to carry court docket at HC
Chandigarh: The Punjab and Haryana excessive court docket on Monday curtailed its operations in view of rising Covid-19 circumstances. An official mentioned solely 50% judges would maintain courts on any given day. The HC’s present power is 49 judges. The officer mentioned that call has been taken in view of the Chandigarh administration’s situation of permitting solely 50% workforce in workplaces. The HC has already shifted to digital hearings from January 5.
Accident sufferer offers new lease of life to 5
Household of a 43-year-old girl, who succumbed to her accidents on the PGIMER following a street accident in Mohali, donated her organs and gave a brand new lease of life to 5 sufferers, together with one on the AIIMS, Delhi, the place her coronary heart for despatched for transplantation after making a inexperienced hall. The lady has been recognized as Nisha Thakur, who was declared mind useless on January 5. Her pancreas and kidneys had been used for 2 terminally unwell renal failure sufferers, whereas her corneas restored sight of two sufferers on the PGIMER.
PGIMER docs get ICMR awards
4 PGIMER docs obtained ICMR Awards 2020 on Monday. Dr Surjit Singh, director, PGIMER, bought the ICMR Amrut Mody Unichem Prize. Dr Pinaki Dutta of endocrinology division bought the ICMR- MN Sen Oration Award. Dr Shankar Prinja of neighborhood medication has been awarded the ICMR-Dr MK Seshadri Prize, whereas Dr lnderpaul Singh Sehgal of Pulmonary Drugs bought the ICMR-Dr PN Raju Oration Award.
Physique discovered close to rivulet in Khuda Lahora
The physique of a 30-year-old Nayagaon man was recovered from close to a rivulet at Khuda Lahora on Monday morning. Recognized as Ramkaran, aka Vipin, the deceased was a migrant labourer. Police mentioned he had reached Khuda Lahora in an auto-rickshaw after work in Kishangarh round 11pm on Sunday. A passerby discovered his physique lined in mud on the financial institution of the rivulet within the morning. No damage mark was present in preliminary examination, and police suspect he slipped into the rivulet as he was reportedly drunk.
Household attacked for enjoying loud music
Three males of their mid-20s had been arrested on Monday for allegedly attacking a resident of Mauli Jagran and his household with sticks and stones after he objected to them taking part in loud music. The accused have been recognized as Sumit, 26, of Mauli Jagran and Akash Dubey, 24 and Sukhwinder Singh alias Subhjeet, 22, each residents of Panchkula. The sufferer, Baljit Singh, alleged that the trio and their accomplices attacked him and his relations at his home on January 8. He added that his relations had been admitted to GMCH-32 after struggling accidents.
Theft at brass sheet manufacturing facility in Industrial Space
Burglars fled with 67 luggage of brass, weighing round 4,000 kg, after breaking a portion of a wall of a manufacturing facility on the Industrial Space, Section 2. The theft got here to mild on Sunday morning after an worker reached the manufacturing facility, mentioned proprietor Harvinder Singh Khanna, who produces brass sheets. The accused even took away the digital video recorder from his workplace. A case of theft has been registered on the police station in Sector 31.
Chandigarh man held for playing
The district crime cell of Chandigarh Police arrested Sanjay, alias Makhan, of Sector 56, whereas he was playing close to his home on Sunday. Police recovered ₹15,000 from him. Later, he was launched on bail.