|Friday, June 30, 2000,
RESENTED: The district Congress committee resented issue related to autonomy to Jammu and Kashmir in a press note here on Wednesday. Members said this could lead to the revival of terrorism.
REMANDED: Four suspects involved in the Meenu, a lecturer, dowry death case, who were produced before Mr Gurjant Singh, Magistrate, at the local Civil Courts on Wednesday, were remanded in judicial custody till further orders.
NZCC WORKSHOP: The North Zone Cultural Centre will organise a workshop for girls on folk dances from July 1 to 10, according to a press note. Various forms of folk dances, including mayuri, panhari and reevar will be taught by renowned Mumbai-based artiste Anila Sunder.
POWER TARIFF HIKE RESENTED: The Patiala Chamber of Industries has requested the Punjab Government to reconsider its decision regarding hike in power tariff. The small-scale sector in Punjab is fighting for its survival and the present hike will affect the small firms, said a press note issued by the chamber on Thursday.
CONSUMER FORUM: A group of 25 members of the Consumer Forum on Tuesday took part in the ongoing shramdan at Sukhna Lake. Col Sarwan Singh (retd), secretary-general, urged the senior members of the forum to bring youngsters from their families for the shramdan.
SYL ISSUE: Mr Om Prakash Malik, convenor of the Haryana Sangarsh Samiti, has said that only hollow promises have been made by politicians regarding the SYL canal issue. Mr Malik said that now in Punjab, Mr Parkash Singh Badal is the CM, while Mr Om Prakash Chautala is the CM in Haryana. Both are partners in the Central government of the NDA headed by Mr Atal Behari Vajpayee and people of Haryana expect from them that the issue should be solved, he said.
DIED: Amrik Singh died in a head-on collision between a truck and his Jeep on the Rewari-Delhi road near Jaunawas village, about 8 km from here, on Tuesday. Amrik Singh, a businessman of Tughlakabad, Delhi, was returning home when the mishap occurred.
SENTENCED: Mr B.S.
Chauhan, District and Sessions Judge, here has sentenced
Mohinder Singh, alias Mohinder Kumar, and Lekhram, both
residents of Sayoia village, near here to life
imprisonment and fined them Rs 2,000 each for murdering
Dhiyanaram over a dispute regarding the construction of
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