Capt, Bhattal put up unity show
Gurmukhi brings Pakistan Punjab closer to India’s
Sops political bribery: Hanspal
A sum of Rs 2 crore will be released for the two remaining phases (IV and V) of galiara yojna (beautification and decongesting of the surroundings of the Golden Temple) of the holiest Sikh shrine.
Expecting early Lok Sabha elections, the SAD leadership has started making efforts to organise a show of strength during a conference at Maghi Mela. Apart from it, the SAD leadership has also been preparing the poll agenda which is likely to be unfolded before the huge gathering at the conference.
Members of the district unit of SAD (A) headed by Mr Simranjit Singh Mann, yesterday urged the Jathedar of Takht Damdama Sahib, Giani Balwant Singh Ji Khalsa, to make efforts to bring unity among various Akali Dals with the help of the Jathedars of the other takhts of Sikhs.
Ludhiana is all set to have a full fledged centre for autistic children. After an intensive survey of the extent of this learning disability in the city, Savera School for Rehabilitation, a Chandigarh-based voluntary agency which has long been working in the area of mental and learning disabilities like dyslexia and autism, has decided to open a school for autistic children in Ludhiana.
Alleged fake labour societies in the district have become a bone of contention between contractors and persons running the societies. Contractors and the office-bearers of labour societies several times had tiffs in government organisations like the municipal councils and thermal plant in the past few months.
Encroachments on municipal land can be seen at many places in the town. Though a major chunk of land has been given on lease, remaining is open for influential persons to encroach upon. The council itself is also not lagging behind.
The illegal plying of buses along the banks of canals in the district is not only threatening the life of commuters but also endangering the canal banks. A large number of minibus operators in the district have started plying buses illegally along the canal banks in the recent past despite objections by organisations maintaining the canals.
Cutting across party lines senior leaders of various political parties, including the Congress, SAD, SAD (A), CPM, CPM (Pasla), Lok Bhalai Party and CPI along with thousands of persons from different parts of the state today attended the Shardhanjli samaroh at the new grain market here organised to pay tributes to comrade Bhan Singh Bhaura, MP from Bathinda, who died on January 3 in New Delhi.
The legendary Sobha Singh may have given the Sikh gurus faces we know, but there are a few faces of the gurus unearthed by noted art scholar Mohan Singh, a former Director of the State Cultural Affairs and Archives Department.
Rs 50 lakh for Bhunerheri
development Vikas Uppal
Expert for improving cotton-picking system
The district police claims to have arrested two persons in connection with a blind murder case. Sukhdev was in jail. His wife Jaswinder Kaur developed illicit relationship with his-step-brother-Dalip Singh.
for two Malout Principals