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The high toll of passion
Illicit relations led to many murders in Kapurthala district. Of 20 cases solved last year, 12 were of illicit relations. The involvement of women in murders has also increased as 10 accused were women. While in most of the cases, man or woman killed his or her spouse to continue or snuff out the relations . In a case, a widow eliminated her parents-in-law as they had objected to her illicit relations. In another case, an unmarried girl was killed by her mother, sister and brother for having an affair with a boy.

Shabby treatment shock tennis players
The performance of the players continues to suffer as the State Sports Department fails to ensure better facilities for the players at various national and international arenas competitions. Members of the women’s tennis team bore the brunt of the shabby treatment at the Women Sports Festival held at Sangli, 280 km from Pune, Maharashtra, from on December 26 to 29. 


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Commuters have a tough time near the DAV railway crossing as the construction company has covered
Commuters have a tough time near the DAV railway crossing as the construction company has covered  more than half of the GT Road without laying any diversion passage in Jalandhar.—Photo by S.S. Chopra

Ways to build bonds
Friendship develops naturally, but few have the knack of build relationships with people from diverse strata of society and sustain them over a period of time.

City students to interact with Sunita Williams
Students of Apeejay School, who had won the International Space Settlement Design Competition at NASA, have just got another opportunity. This time they have been invited for an interaction with Sunita Williams through video-conferencing at US Embassy, New Delhi, on January 10.

Young World
Preparing for exam

CT Public School has organised a seminar on exam preparation for students of Class X. Ms Lakhwinder Kaur, Principal, addressed the students and gave them tips on time management, stress management, health care, exercise and use of sample papers.
A farmer on his way to manure his mustard fields on a cold winter morning
A farmer on his way to manure his mustard fields on a cold winter morning in Amritsar on Sunday. PTI photo

Railway union holds meeting
On the call given by the All-India Railway Men’s Federation, the Northern Railway Men’s Union organised a gate meeting outside the bridge workshop in Jalandhar Cantonment in favour of its demands.

Homeless brave the cold
Night temperatures stay below 2 degree C and there are thousands of migrants and poor homeless people in Phagwara. Circumstances force them to sleep on pavements even in the extreme cold weather while luckier ones are under quilts to sleep snugly in their beds. Pardeep and his companions collect waste paper, cardboard boxes and other waste material and make a bonfire. The warmth helps them sleep for a while before the chill of the night takes over. They snuggle close to each other to keep warm.




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