NRI gets a taste of
Five years on, yet to get possession of
Ludhiana, April 6
Mr Ajent Singh Sandhu,
a non-resident Indian based in Vancouver, Canada, had bought a
plot allotted by the Ludhiana Improvement Trust (LIT) in Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar five years ago. During this period, he completed all formalities required by the trust for handing over the possession of the plot and even moved court, which gave a decision in his favour.
FCI team collects rice samples
Doraha, April 6
On the basis of a complaint lodged by Mr Sukhwinder Singh Grewal, former member, State Consultative and Advisory Council, Punjab, FCI and Mr Shakti Sharma and Mr B.C. Kapila regarding the substandard and below specification rice being sold by the FCI agencies, an investigating team comprising three members visited the FCI godown at Doraha today. Members collected samples of rice.
DC bans sale of
Ludhiana, April 6
In order to help prevent the spread of cholera within the municipal limits of the city, the Deputy Commissioner, Mr Anurag Verma, today banned the sale of all kinds of food and drinks unless the same are properly protected form dust and flies.
Exam supervisors found carrying cell phonesLudhiana, April 6
Much against repeated announcements made by officials of the District Education Department and the Punjab School Education Board against carrying of cell phones by students and examiners inside the examination halls, a flying squad from the department today found a supervisor and a deputy supervisor deputed at St Patrick School, Jamalpur, performing their duty while carrying mobile phone sets.
Recently, Mr Ajay Johar, son of the Higher Education Minister, Mr Harnam Dass Johar lost his car. As he reported the matter to the police, he was told that it will need some time before the car could be found.
- Hi fashion here
- Beat the heat
- Repetitions galore
- Home delivery
- Holiday bonanza
- Younger people turning to religion
- ‘Choran nu mor’
- Airconditioning blues
- Have a nice day