Crime Investigation Agency of Haryana Police have busted a gang of robbers operating from a luxury car in Jind area.

Chandigarh, Oct 9 – Crime Investigation Agency of Haryana Police have busted a gang of robbers operating from a luxury car in Jind area. Police have also arrested five persons including a woman in this connection.
While stating this here today, a spokesman of Police Department said that arrested accused were identified as Pawan alias Poni, a resident of village Ashrafgarh, Pawan sister Sunita, Amit alias Mita of Nizampur, Sonipat, Bunty and Rishi, both resident of Vijay Nagar Jind. Atleast 35 cases of theft registered in various police stations were unearthed with their arrest.
Giving further details, he said that police team during night patrolling noticed a suspicious Safari vehicle bearing Delhi registration number parked on link road near village Barsana. Police team immediately went close to the vehicle and spotted five persons including a woman in it. When interrogated, they confessed to carry out a major incident of theft while revealing their identify. Even before this, they had committed about 35 incidents of theft in Jind area concerning oil from transformers installed in fields, theft of fans from motors, battery from towers, other goods from schools, offices and anganwaris. This time, the accused were trying to commit a major incident of theft near village Barsana in Jind.
All the accused would be taken on remand by producing them before the court so that their involvement in other incidents could be revealed.
Appreciating the efforts being made by district Police for their relentless efforts for reducing the crime rate significantly, Director General of Police, Mr B.S. Sandhu instructed all district Superintendents of Police to intensify patrolling, especially at nights to further curb crime rate in their respective places of postings.
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Term of appointment of Prof. Dinesh Kumar, Vice Chancellor of the University extended with effect from November 4, 2018 for a period of three years.
Chandigarh, 9 October – Haryana Governor and Chancellor of J.C. Bose (erstwhile YMCA) University of Science and Technology, Faridabad, Mr Satyadeo Narain Arya, on the recommendation of Chief Minister Mr Manohar Lal, has extended the term of appointment of Prof. Dinesh Kumar, Vice Chancellor of the University with effect from November 4, 2018 for a period of three years. The notification to this effect has also been issued.
Prof. Dinesh Kumar, who is recipient of prestigious Homi Bhabha Memorial Award by Prime Minister Mr Narendra Modi for contribution to the development of science and technology in the country, has been granted this extension on the basis of the achievements made by the University during his tenure.
Expressing his gratitude to Governor of Haryana, Mr Satyadeo Narain Arya, Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal and Technical Education Minister, Mr. Ram Bilas Sharma, over the extension of the term of appointment, Prof. Dinesh Kumar said that he would continue his concerted effort to take this University on new heights and would work for the betterment of the University. “YMCA University, with a glorious legacy of 49 years, is a great institution. We all (stakeholders) have to work collectively for further upgradation of the University”, he added.
An able administrator and ardent researcher, who has obtained his Master and Ph.D degree from Cambridge University, Prof. Dinesh Kumar took over the charge as the fifth Vice-Chancellor of the University on November 4, 2015. Prior to join YMCA University, Prof. Dinesh Kumar has been serving as Professor in Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra.
The tenure of Prof. Dinesh Kumar (54) as Vice Chancellor of YMCA University has been remarkable and the University has made notable achievements in his tenure. On the Academic front, the University has received ‘A’ Grade accreditation by NAAC along with NBA accreditation of its various courses. The University has also made its presence in NIRF ranking at National level. The University has also got affiliating status and 18 Engineering Colleges in district Palwal and Faridabad are affiliated with the University.
Due to his untiring efforts, the University has succeeded in getting grants about Rs. 27 crore from Central Agencies under TEQIP-3 and RUSA which has boosted the academic and infrastructural development. New laboratories, Classrooms, Auditorium and other facilities have been created in the short span of time. The University has completed about 28 minor and major contraction and renovation projects in the record period of one year. As many as 25 major construction and renovation projects amounting to over Rs. 70 crore are under progress in the University. The State Government has also allotted land to the University on Faridabad-Gurugram Road for its additional campus.
Since upgradation as University, this institution had only limited sanction aided posts. Due to efforts made by the Vice Chancellor, the State Government has approved about 140 teaching and non teaching posts.
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Mrs Saroj Sihag of Siwani, district Bhiwani nominated as non-official member of the District Grievances Redressal Committee, Bhiwani,

Chandigarh, October 9: Haryana Government has nominated Mrs Saroj Sihag of Siwani, district Bhiwani as non-official member of the District Grievances Redressal Committee, Bhiwani, with immediate effect.