Cricketers, not cricket, lose appeal in town
LUDHIANA, July 30 — Who says that cricket is losing its mass appeal? Even after the match-fixing scandal, the number of persons interested in this game has not declined.
Education, healthcare can
help curb population growth
LUDHIANA, July 30 — Setting up a national agenda, providing good healthcare and mass education were some of the measures suggested at a seminar, organised here, for curbing the population growth in the country.
Faith helps kanwarias on their way
LUDHIANA, July 30 — Sawan has many references in the Hindu mythology. This month is dedicated to Lord Shiva and ends on a chadusi, a day before purnima.
Remembering Udham Singh
IN the history of our country’s freedom struggle Udham Singh holds a place of prominence for his exceptional courage, bravery, spirit of patriotism, and the supreme sacrifice of his life for avenging the ruthless killing of a thousand of unarmed and peaceful Punjabis by British troops at Jallianwala Bagh, Amritsar, on April 13, 1919.
Ludhiana Rotary chief installed
LUDHIANA, July 30 — Mr Arun Jain, district governor of the Rotary International, has called upon all the Rotarians to rededicate themselves for the uplift of society. He was addressing a function organised in connection with the installation ceremony of the new president of the Rotary Club Ludhiana Central.
Towards peaceful coexistence
When the Indian politicians, strategists and intelligentsia were occupied in debating nuclear tests at Pokharan, Pakistan undertook a tit-for-tat action which sent the so-called intelligent debaters into a tailspin.
FLAVOUR OF THE MONTH
The rain that lashed the city on the first of this month was lapped up greedily by the parched earth. But it did not rain regularly, leaving ‘mother earth’ thirsty for more rain. In Ludhiana, a funny phenomenon was observed.
Challenges for modern dairy farming
The future of India’s dairy Industry will be high-technology oriented. However, its base will continue to be in the hands of a large number of small rural masses.