Three detained for damaging a vehicle

Chandigarh: A number of armed attackers broke into a Ram Darbar home and vandalized a parked automobile. They have three people under custody. Sahil, Binni, Vansh, Ashish, Rohit, Pinku, Dipu, Chirag, Uday, Tiger, Ashu, Sonu, Mohit, and other people, according to the lady, forcefully broke into her home and threatened her. Additionally, they vandalized her automobile during the evening of March 31 and April 1. At the Sector 31 police station, a case was opened. Ram Darbar Phase-II members Binny, Mohit, and Tushar were all taken into custody during the inquiry.

LS poll: public holiday on June 1st

Chandigarh: In anticipation of the city’s LS poll, the UT Administration has designated Saturday, June 1, as a public holiday. This proclamation covers all of the Administration’s offices, boards, businesses, and establishments. In addition to daily wage workers, industrial shops and commercial organizations will celebrate this holiday as a paid vacation. TNS

Sherjung Singh triumphantly rides

Mohali: According to a press release issued here on Monday, Sherjung Singh took first position in the horse “Endurance Race” held at Sheeshmahal Gurdwara in Siswan by the Cavalry Ranch (Zirakpur), Tabela (Siswan), and the Stable (Chandigarh). Of the thirty-five riders, Sehraab Hussain came in second and Dinesh Pal Singh third. TNS

Team City Yoga takes home awards

Chandigarh: At the 4th Senior Men’s National Yogasana Sports Championship in Dingigul (Tamil Nadu), the local yogasana squad did well. In the rhythmic yogasana (18–28 years old), Dev and Abhay took home the gold medal, while Abhey and Dalip took home the bronze in the artistic yogasana pair. In the artistic singles event, Dev placed sixth, while the artistic group team took eighth place. The squad finished in third place overall under coach Parbhakar. The local team received congratulations from Dr. MK Virmani, advisor, Dr. Mahender Singh, principal, Government College of Yoga Education & Health, and other authorities. TNS

Local rowers win a gold medal.

Chandigarh: At the All India Civil Service Table Tennis Championship in Gandhinagar, Rachit Chopra and Tamanna Saini, playing for RSB Chandigarh, took home the gold medal in the mixed doubles category. After falling down 2-0, the local team rallied to win 3-2 over the host squad. Tamanna won a double gold medal as well. Bronze medals were won by Abhinav Belwal and Ankush Kapoor in men’s doubles. TNS

Tomorrow is basketball trials.

Chandigarh: On April 4 at 3.30 p.m., at New Public School, Sector 18, the Chandigarh Basketball Association will hold tryouts to select local U-19 teams. Boys and girls who were born on or after January 1, 2006, are eligible to take part in the trials. Teams will be chosen to represent the city in Indore, May 8–14, at the 74th Junior National Basketball Championship after the conclusion of a training camp. TNS

Captains Himanshu and Tubar named

Chandigarh: The 51st Senior National Carrom Championship, which will take place in Gwalior from April 6 to 10, has appointed Himanshu Sekhar and Tuba Sehar as the leaders of the local men’s and women’s teams, respectively. The Madhya Pradesh State Carrom Association and the All India Carrom Federation will collaborate to organize the tournament. Men’s squad: Deepak, Amandeep Batra, Paras Arora, Gopal Kakkar, and captain Himanshu Shekhar. The women’s squad will be led by captain Tuba Sehar and comprised of Vaidhavi Mamgain, Sangini Mamgain, Manisha, and Mamgain. Anup Gupta and Dewan Singh Aithani have been named managers.

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