Jewelry stolen from Chandigarh home: The Tribune India

Chandīgarh: A theft was reported from a house in the village of Khudda Lahora. Amrinder Pal Singh reported that two gold chains, two earrings, four gold bracelets, a gold kada, Rs 20,000 and other valuables were stolen from his house on the evening of January 10. One case was registered at Sarangpur police station. TNS

Workshop on IPR organized at the RBU

Mohali: A workshop on Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) was organized by the Intellectual Property Office of the Union Ministry of Trade and Industry in collaboration with Rayat Bahra University (RBU). Keynote speaker Ashish Prabhat, Examiner of Intellectual Property Rights in Patents and Designs, said that raising awareness of intellectual property rights is the first and main objective of the national property rights policy. intellectual. It is necessary to sensitize all layers of society because intellectual property is a creation of the mind. Vice Chancellor Parvinder Singh said the main purpose of intellectual property is to encourage innovation and provide incentives for innovation by granting temporary protection to inventors. TNS

Protest against PM security issue

Chandīgarh: A human chain was formed at Transport Chowk, Sector 26, today and a #BharatStandsWithModiJi signature campaign was launched in Sector 51, as part of a nationwide protest against the ‘deliberate negligence’ of the government of Punjab led by Congress in the protection of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The programme’s state coordinator, Shakti Prakash Devshali, said the Punjab government, led by Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi, deliberately neglected the security of the prime minister. He said many prominent citizens of the city expressed their anger by writing a letter to National Congress Speaker Sonia Gandhi.

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