presents siropa to Advani
The Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee today honoured
former Deputy Prime Minister and BJP chief L.K. Advani at the
information office of the Golden Temple here. Mr Advani paid obeisance
at the Golden Temple along with his family.
disallows owners to till land; SSP orders probe
(Tarn Taran), November 14
Tension gripped this village today as victims of land-grab case were
not allowed by the police to till their fields which had been
allegedly grabbed by 40 armed persons on Tuesday.
being sold at higher rates
Country made liquor and the India-made foreign liquor continue
to sell at higher rates here in the wake of orders for reauction of
liquor vends in Ludhiana district.
3 held for circulating obscene photos of girl
The police has arrested three residents of Pathankot on the charges of
exploiting a girl and circulating her obscene photographs on mobile
phone through MMS message and e-mail. The SSP, Gurdaspur, Mr Narinder
Bhargav, said a special team was constituted to investigate the case.
may affect auction of shops
Amritsar, November 14
The powerful blast that occurred at about 7.30 p.m. today in the posh Nehru Shopping Complex just above The Tribune office located on the second floor is likely to affect the auction by the Improvement Trust, announced for the complex shops today.
Plot hatched in Italy, murder carried out in
It is a case of an international contract killing, plot of which was hatched in Italy and was carried out in Fatehgarh Sahib.
An Italian citizen girl, Gurpreet Kaur, developed illicit relations with Bittu, a local PCO operator during her family’s stay at his house. They had come to India on a visit.
is an obscure place surrounded by paddy fields, about 1 km east
of Kalanaur town in Gurdaspur district. At the site is a
platform with a concrete throne over it. Along with it is the
cistern at its centre.But very few people know the history of
this small common looking site that has been conserved by the
Archaeological Survey of India.
The place where Akbar was coroneted as Emperor of India. — Tribune photo by Karam Singh
pilot projects on flyash bricks: association
Brick-kiln operators in Punjab have called for setting up of pilot
projects at all district headquarters where use of fly ash to
manufacture bricks can be demonstrated to all operators in the state.
lauds role of cooperative sugar mills
Punjab’s Minister for Food and Civil Supplies, Avtar Henry today
formally inaugurated the 51st All-India Co-operative Week organised by
Sugarfed, Punjab, here today.
Parking Complex inaugurated
To mark Children’s Day, multistoried Nehru Parking Complex,
constructed in an area of 1.28 lakh sq ft adjoining the Nehru Shopping
Complex, was inaugurated by Choudhry Jagjit Singh, State Minister for
Local Government, Labour and Employment, here today.
samples fail purity test
Out of 27 water samples, collected by the district health authorities
since October 30 from Sangrur and Sunam towns, 10 have failed the
seek relief for fire victim
A section of the residents of Gehri Buttar village in this district
have demanded compensation from the state government alleging that the
accidental fire that broke out in the house of Mr Ajaib Singh damaging
his cotton crop started due to high voltage switched in by the state
Governor pays obeisance at Golden Temple
Dr Sawinder Singh Sandhu, Governor, Manipur, today paid obeisance at
the Golden Temple here today. The Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak
Committee authorities presented a picture of the Golden Temple and a
set of religious books to the Governor.
leader booked for fraud
A criminal case was registered today against Mr Sewak Ram, a Congress
leader, and four others, including an NRI couple, for their alleged
involvement in the sale of a piece of land not owned by them to
different people on the basis of fake documents.
found hanging from tree
The cantonment police today found the body of a young unidentified
male hanging from a tree near the traffic control post in the Army
decamps with Rs 2 lakh
Anwar, a servant at a sweets shop located in the Charan Kanwal Chowk
area here, allegedly stole Rs 2 lakh from the owner’s house and
escaped today morning.
held in murder case
The Nasik district police of Maharashtra yesterday arrested Parkash
Bhau, an Army man posted with 174 unit at the local Military Hospital,
for his alleged involvement in the murder of a trader, Vikyamal Shroff.
lethargy leaves lecturers in the lurch
As many as 61 lecturers selected by the Punjab Public Service
Commission in January for teaching English language are a harried lot
as they wait for the elusive letter of appointment.
More than 900 student artistes are participating in the four-day final
Inter-Zone Youth Festival for Men and Women at Guru Nanak Dev
University which began here today.