9 years later, a handball court awaits completion: The Tribune India

The foundation stone for a handball court was laid in October 2014 by then Minister of Industry Mukesh Agnihotri at the Indira Gandhi Stadium in Una, but it is still incomplete. Even after spending Rs 17 lakh sanctioned funds. The gates were locked by the Sports Department to protect old corrugated iron sheets piled up on the pitch, which had been awaiting auction for two years. This causes great inconvenience to players. The project should be finished soon. — Parveen, Una

Lack of parking in hospitals irritates people

MOST hospitals in Shimla lack ample parking lots and patients and their attendants are highly harassed. I took my mother in law to Deen Dyal Upadhaya Hospital (Ripon) but there was no parking space and the guards told me to park the car on the road. There was no one with us and taking the patient for treatment becomes a Herculean task. It is high time for the authorities to make logical decisions for the benefit of the commoners. — Anu, Shimla

Specialist doctors, equipment needed in the hospital

The ESI hospital in Parwanoo lacks specialist doctors and equipment. For several months, the ultrasound machine in the hospital has been broken down and people are facing a lot of inconvenience because of it. The authorities concerned must look into the matter and ensure that the necessary facilities are provided to people. —Raman, Parwanoo

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