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Director Vikas Batra and project in-charge Bhupinder Utreja threw light on the objective behind organising such camp for the sixth consecutive year.
Summer camp kicks off:The week-long summer camp organised by Natrang Youth Club was inaugurated by principal Kusum Khungar in the LRS DAV senior Secondary Model School on Monday. Prof Banwari Singh
Chaudhary, Manoj Sharma Moga, Balraj Sagar Bathinda, Jasdeep Jas Faridkot formed the presiding panel.
2 booked for firing: A bank security guard and a home guard jawan were booked in cases of firing in separate incidents in the past 24 hours. Both opened fire in an inebriated condition. No one was hurt in the incidents. There was an accidental firing by security guard Daler Singh, deployed at the ATM machine of South Indian Bank in Priya towers. His
double-barrelled gun went off accidentally at about 11 am. In another incident, home guard jawan Jarnail Singh fired into the air at Nahla village, near Basti Bawa
Khel, last evening. Jarnail Singh, the police said opened fire in the village following an old dispute of property with his relatives. The police has also seized the weapons from them.
During the camp, students were given arts classes, which included pot, fabric, glass, block and other crafts. Sports like badminton and judo were also taught to students. Yoga classes were also organised for the teachers and students by the Patanjali Yog
Summer camp at BVM:A 10-day summer camp was held at Bhartiya Vidya
College magazine released: Cultural bonanza was presented by the
students of the Government Medical College here on Friday to mark the
release of the college magazine, GOMCO, by Dr Jai Kishan, director
Research and Medical Education, Punjab, and Dr Surinder Singh, principal
of the Government Medical College in the college auditorium.
The Goindwal police has registered a case under Section 302 of the IPC against six persons. Police sources said the accused have been identified as Gopal Singh, his son Sukhjit Singh, alias Surjit Singh, of the same village, Ravinder Singh of Bath, Harpal Singh of Jamarai, Sewa Singh and Thella Singh (both brothers) of Vain Poin village. Sewa Singh, father of the Mehnga Singh, in his statement to the police alleged that his son used to request Gopal and Surjit to not connect their wire to his tubewell line as it affected the working of their tubewell motor.
Annoyed by this, the accused with the help of their other accomplices attacked Mehnga Singh with a heavy wooden block on his head as a results he died on the spot. Post-mortem examination was conducted at the local Civil Hospital today.
Neighbours murder farmer: Farmer Mehnga Singh (26) of Khawaspur village, 20 km from here, was killed late last evening by his neighbours for stopping them from stealing power.