|Thursday, September 28, 2000,
Food scenario grim,
Rs 1.24 crore okayed for tourism information centre
She laid down her own rules
It is this ripeness that forms the core of Mrs Manjula Jain — a woman of substance. A woman of substance because she has never gone by the rules — rather laid them down herself.
Congress joins issue with Badal
ex-guard beaten up for eve-teasing
Tipper crushes girl, MC blamed
Paddy procurement picks up
UP Urdu Akademi
honour for Dheer
Attempt to kidnap
Industry to oppose govt candidate in Sunam
LUDHIANA, Sept 27 — About 36 industrial and trade associations affiliated to the Industry and Trade Forum, Punjab, held a meeting here today under the chairmanship of Mr Harish Khanna, President, of the forum, and decided not to support Mr Parminder Singh Dhindsa, candidate fielded by the SAD (B)-BJP combine, in the ensuing byelection to the Sunam constituency.
Protest rally by PAU non-teaching staff
An evening of glitz, glamour
Farm labourer murdered
LUDHIANA, Sept 27 — Mystery shrouds the death of a farm hand, who was allegedly strangled to death and his body tied to a bullock cart in Jainpur village near here yesterday. According to the information available, the victim — Sanjay Kumar and his brother were farm hands in the fields of a landlord, Harbans Singh. Harbans Singh sent the victim to the fields to get some fodder for the animals yesterday. However, Harbans Singh got worried when Sanjay Kumar did not return till as late as 1 p.m. in the afternoon.
Bank launches e-trading
GNEC students on strike
LUDHIANA, Sept 27 — The B.Tech, first and second year students of Guru Nanak Engineering College have gone on strike in protest against a new rule formulated by the Punjab Technical University. While the first year students went on strike yesterday, the second year students joined the strike today after attending morning classes.
SD students celebrate function
Pay retired scientist, HC directs PAU
LUDHIANA, Sept 27 — In a recent order, the Punjab and Haryana High Court has directed the Vice-Chancellor of Punjab Agricultural University to pay superannuary benefits to a senior scientist of the university, along with penal interest at the rate of 18 per cent .
Chhou dance, a visual treat
Fellowship for Dr Dinesh Garg
LUDHIANA, Sept 27 — Dr Dinesh Garg, Consultant Ophthalmologist in the eye department of Dayanand Medical College and Hospital has been selected for the prestigious Retina Fellowship by Tennent Institute of Ophthalmology, Glasgow (Britain).
Trials for games on Sept 29
|| Punjab | Haryana | Jammu & Kashmir | Himachal Pradesh | Regional Briefs | Nation | Editorial |
| Business | Sport | World | Mailbag | In Spotlight | Chandigarh Tribune | Ludhiana Tribune
50 years of Independence | Tercentenary Celebrations |
| 120 Years of Trust | Calendar | Weather | Archive | Subscribe | Suggestion | E-mail |