Timings of four
LUDHIANA, June 30 — The Railways' Ferozepore Division has effected changes in timings of four trains. Due to the new timings the arrival and departure times of the trains at Ludhiana railway station have also been changed.
Janata Dal (S) flays power
June 30 — The district unit of the Janata Dal (S) has criticised the Punjab State Electricity Board for “undeclared power cuts and trippings” in the city for the past several days, making the life of the residents difficult.
Illegal plying of buses
June 30 — The Congress today expressed resentment against the illegal plying of buses in the city, flouting of administration orders by the cinema owners and blatant violation of other rules and regulations by various departments and private bodies.
MCPI supports autonomy
June 30 — The Marxist Communist Party of India (MCPI) has extended support to the demand for autonomy made through a resolution adopted in the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly.
Without water for 10
SAHNEWAL, June 30 — The rural water supply to Nandpur village, near Sahnewal, has failed and people are literally without water for past 11 days.
‘Why live in such a locality?’
LUDHIANA, June 30 — Hargobindpura is a mohalla close to Samrala Chowk. Ever since it came into existence in 1973, residents have been paying house tax and other taxes to the Municipal Corporation, but getting very little in return.
A craze for stamp collection
June 30 — The moment a postman delivers a letter, most of us hurriedly tear it open to get at the contents but there are some 300 Ludhianvis who are more concerned about the stamp(s) that bring(s) the letter.
Residents bid farewell to
Ludhiana, June 30 — The outgoing Additional Chief Administrator (ACA) of the Punjab Urban Development Authority (PUDA) Mrs Jaspreet Talwar, announced that residents of the Urban Estates here would soon have a community centre in Phase II and plans for construction of a swimming pool at an estimated cost of Rs 30 lakh had been approved.
Trust’s plea to form Amarnath
LUDHIANA, June 30 — A delegation of the Bhole Bhandari Charitable Trust, comprising President Mr Rajan Gupta, Chairman, Mr Arun Lekhi, Joint Secretary, Mr Mukesh Thapar, and Mr Rishi Gupta recently called on the Additional Deputy Commissioner, J and K.
A cool day
LUDHIANA, June 30 — The strong east wind that started blowing last night around 8 continued throughout the night, resulting in a cloudy sky in the morning.
Two minor fires reported
LUDHIANA, June 30 — Two minor fires were controlled by the local fire brigade during the past 24 hours, it is
Decline in sale of
LUDHIANA, June 30 — Early intermittent rains which led to a relatively cool summer coupled with the preference of people for airconditioners has led to a massive fall in the sale of air coolers here. The sales are believed to have come down by about 50 per cent.
Children learn skating
LUDHIANA, June 30 — The Guru Nanak International Public School concluded a summer workshop for the tiny tots here on June30. The month-long workshop included two activities — dancing and skating.
Youth Akali Dal activist resigns
Ludhiana, June 30 — Mr Jagjiwan Pal Singh Gill, secretary general of the youth Akali Dal (YAD), today resigned from his post.