Indian culture impresses visitors
Feb 16 The vast melting pot of Indian society has
blended five Americans in its own culture and given them
an Indian colour and identity. They are
enjoying every bit of the attention they are getting.
Teacher hurt as ceiling falls
Feb 16 Students of a class in Government High
School at Landhran had a miraculous escape when a portion
of a ceiling of one of the rooms in the school building
gave in today.
Course on research methodology
Feb 16 A two-day orientation course on research
methodology for research students of Panjab University
concluded here today. The course was organised by the
Department of Adult, Continuing Education and Extension,
Foundation stone of school laid
Feb 16 The Shivalik Bharati Education Society of
Chandigarh laid the foundation stone of its Shiv Mandir
Shivalik Bharati Public School in Mubarikpur, 2 km from
Function to promote Sanskrit
Feb 16 To promote national awareness on the use of
Sanskrit a function was organised under the aegis of
Kendriya Vidyalaya No.1, Chandi Mandir, today. An aura of
the Vedic atmosphere prevailed during the celebrations of
Sanskrit Year 1999-2000.
Bar poll war hots up
Feb 16 The battle of advocates is on before the
final war for supremacy. The District Bar Association
elections are three weeks away, but handouts have already
been circulated and announcements affixed on dingy
pillars of concrete.
Shopkeeper jailed for adulteration
Feb 16 Holding a Burail village shopkeeper guilty
of keeping insect-infected besan, the UT Chief Judicial
Magistrate, Mr Sant Parkash today sentenced him to
rigorous imprisonment for one year, besides imposing a
fine of Rs 2,000.
Blast case committed to Sessions
Feb 16 The Sector 34 blast case trudged ahead with
the UT Judicial Magistrate (First Class), Mr A.K.
Bishnoi, today committing it to the Sessions Court for
trial. The case will now come up on February 29.
Paintings on humanity
Feb 16 An exhibition of paintings in oil and
acrylics by Saru Rana, a student of Arts College, opened
at Punjab Kala Bhavan here yesterday. It was her first
One-yr RI for van driver
Feb 16 A Sector 24 resident, accused of injuring a
scooterist, has been sentenced to rigorous imprisonment
for one year, besides being fined Rs 500, by the UT
Judicial Magistrate (First Class), Mr Baljinder Singh.