62-year-old man hit by bus
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A 62-year old man died after a bus of Haryana Roadways ran over him at Majri Chowk Wednesday evening. According to sources Ram Chand Arora was waiting at the Chowk along with some other passengers when a bus hit him. He was shifted to the government hospital at Sector 6 where the doctors declared him brought dead.
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ASI held in graft case sent to judicial custody
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