City briefs

Three booked for immigration fraud

Chandigarh:UT police registered a case in which Himmat Singh, a resident of Kharar, alleged that Dyal Inder Singh Gill, Inderjit Singh and a woman running a firm M/s Mile Stone Immigration, in Sector 8, Chandigarh took Rs 4.25 lakh from the complainant to send his son to Australia. The trio, however, have neither sent his son nor have returned the the money. A case has been registered.

CPI (ML) march for dignity of workers

Chandigarh:The Chandigarh unit of the CPI (ML) Sunday organised a 'Gareebi Jagriti March' at Dhanas colony. The march was held to ensure dignity and employment for every worker in Chandigarh. Participants also raised slogans against the Administration's recent demolition drive, in which, more than hundred small houses were razed to the ground in the colony.

NGO launches warm clothes donation drive

Chandigarh:A clothes donation and fund raising drive is being organised in the city over the next few days. The effort is a collaboration between Salaam Zindagi Charitable Trust, HUNAR, Bharat Unnati Vikas (PEC) and is being supported by the Chandigarh Social Welfare Board. The distribution will begin on Tuesday night and will continue till Lohri.

Cops organise volleyball match

Chandigarh:To channelise the energy of youth into sports, the Industrial Area police station held a friendly volleyball match with youngsters of Colony Number 4 Sunday. Eleven teams of eight members each participated in the four-hour long tournament. "We had just planned a fun Sunday activity with these youngsters which turned out to be a great deal for them," said SHO Narinder Patial.

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