Colonel (Retd) Baldev Singh Chahal said that 'it was a harrowing experience till the Red Cross society provided them with medicines, warm clothes and so on.'
Wednesday, September 23, 2015
‘Despite bitter memories, we ensured humane treatment was given to Pak POWs’ - See more at: http://indianexpress.com/article/cities/chandigarh/despite-bitter-memories-we-ensured-humane-treatment-was-given-to-pak-pows/#sthash.vIbJ7286.dpuf
FAZILKA: Fazilka Police arrested five members of interstate gangs and recovered 68 stolen vehicles worth totaling Rs 3.15 crore from them. With the arrests, the police claimed to have broken a nexus of four interstate gangs operating in western parts of the country.
The district police recovered 23 SUVs, including Toyota Innova, Mahindra Scorpio and Mahindra Boleros. It has also recovered 28 luxury cars, two tempos, three jeeps, four tractors and eight motorcycles.
The interconnected gangs had the same modus operandi and applied latest techniques in passing off stolen vehicles as genuine by changing chassis and engine numbers. Engine and chassis numbers of condemned vehicles were embossed on stolen vehicles and fake registration documents were prepared by the gang to sell stolen vehicles to the buyers. These gangs were operating in parts of Amritsar and Jalandhar in Punjab and Sri Ganganagar and Nagaur districts in Rajasthan, police said.
Those arrested have been identified as Amit Kumar, 30, of Sadhuwali village in Sri Ganganagar; Mohinder Kumar, 26, Tara Chand, 50, Sukhbir Soni, 50, all from Sir Ganganagar; and Vijay Pal alias Ramdass, 45, of Sukhchain village near Abohar in Fazilka district.
Bathinda zone IG B K Bawa said, "The gang members used to collect documents of damaged vehicles from scrap dealers who purchased these either from owners or insurance companies in the auctions. The thieves used to lift similar vehicles and put chassis and engine numbers of damaged vehicles."
"The procedure required special tools such as grinders, gas regulators with meters, drills, metal dyes for engraving numbers on metal surfaces and metallic punching nozzles. All these tools have also been recovered. The thieves are experts in such procedures and used to complete the replacement of chassis numbers within 30 minutes," said Fazila SSP Swapan Sharma.
Monday, September 7, 2015
असफलता एक चुनौती है स्वीकार करो,
क्या कमी रह गई देखो और सुधार करो,
जब तक न सफल हो नींद चैन की त्यागो तुम,
संघर्षोंका मैदान छोड़ मत भागो तुम,
कुछ किए बिना ही जयजयकार नही होती,
कोशिश करनें वालों की कभी हार नही होती। - श्री हरिवंशराय बच्चन
Heartiest Congratulations to our Teachers and my dear friends Lavjeet Grewal, Rakeysh Kamboj and Pardeep Chhabra for being awarded with Best Teacher State Award 2015.Thanks to you and entire staff for making it Possible. All of you brought laurels to the name of District Fazilka by getting five state awards on the occasion of this Teachers Day; highest from any district of Punjab. Government Primary School, Dona Nanka and Government Primary School, New Salemshah are setting new trends in Government School Education with 100% students from the village are studying in Government Schools. These schools near Radcliffe Line proved "India begins here"...Cheers.
स एवाश्वः शवेतम अश्वं परयच्छत; स एवाश्वान अथ सर्वांश चकार
तरिवन्धुरस तस्य रथस तरिचक्रस; तरिवृच छिराश चतुरश्व च तस्य
Lord Krishna is recognized as the eighth incarnation (avatar) of Lord Vishnu; the one who run this universe. In Mahabharata, Lord Krishna drove horse-charioteers, It has FOUR HORSES yoked to it. each horse represents our senses which needs to be controlled. So, Krishna being lord, the one who run universe was managed four horse power Chariot(Rath).
In present context, on our roads you can easily see a 16 year old guy driving minimum 45-50 horsepower car on our roads.. .......In Kalyuga, human beings are 10-15 times more powerful than god of Satyuga. Lesson is there, may be mythological...
Happy Krishna Janmashtami to All..