|Sunday, October 29, 2000,
KHANNA LUDHIANA CELEBRATIONS: The Department of Social Security, Women and Child Development, Punjab, is celebrating the completion of 25 years of the Integrated Child Development Service Scheme under Udisha training programme. On this occasion, Mr Gobind Singh Kanjla will be chief guest and Ms Romila Dubey, principal secretary, Social Security, Women and Child Development Department, Punjab, will preside over the function.
CELEBRATIONS: The Department of Social Security, Women and Child Development, Punjab, is celebrating the completion of 25 years of the Integrated Child Development Service Scheme under Udisha training programme. On this occasion, Mr Gobind Singh Kanjla will be chief guest and Ms Romila Dubey, principal secretary, Social Security, Women and Child Development Department, Punjab, will preside over the function.
DENTAL TREATMENT: The Punjab Health Department will observe a dental health fortnight in the Civil Hospital here from November 2 to November 16. During the fortnight, dental treatment, 50 sets of dentures and medicines will be provided free of cost, according to Dr Mohammed Shabbir, CMO (dental).
MURDERED: Shamsher Singh (19) of Piddi village was murdered by Gurjant Singh, an RMP, of the same village with a sharp-edged weapon here on Friday. A case under Section 302 of the IPC has been registered. Gurjant Singh had earlier served a five-year imprisonment for murdering his wife and was released in January, 2000. The body of the deceased was sent for a post-mortem.
CRITICISED: Mr Balkar Singh Valtoha, General Secretary, Government School Teachers Union, Amritsar, in a press note issued here on Friday criticised the decision of the Punjab Government and the Punjab School Education Board to charge a fee of Rs 260 from the students belonging to the Scheduled Castes for the matriculation examination to be held in March, 2001. These students were earlier exempted from the payment of fees.
SEMINAR: A seminar on information technology will be organised by the Lions Club in association with Wintech Computers on Sunday. Faculty members from Wintech Computers will be speaking on the fundamentals of computers, e-commerce, Internet and its utility in day to day life. Lion Dr N.K. Grover, Governor, Lions Club International, will be the chief guest.
NOMINATED: The President of the local unit of Shiromani Akali Dal, Mr Gurpartap Singh Riar, today issued a list of nominated office-bearers of the unit: Senior Vice-Presidents Mr Niranjan Singh, Dr Darshan Singh, Mr Surinder Singh Chinna, Mr Raghbir Singh and Mr Jagir Singh Manimajra; Vice-Presidents Mr Jaspal Singh, Mr Gurcharan Singh Mundra, Mr Charanjiv, Mr Nidhan Singh and Mr Kulwant Singh Chadda; General Secretaries Mr Mohinder Singh, Mr Narinder Singh Minhas, Mr Karminder Singh Gill, Mr Mohinder Singh Gill and Mr Harcharan Singh Sahney; Secretaries Dr Jaspal Singh, Mr Surinder Singh Dua, Mr Navjit Singh Brar, Mr Jagtar Singh, Mr Mewa Singh Dhanas and Mr Malagar Singh Manimajra; Finance Secretary Mr Piara Singh. Meanwhile the President also nominated office-bearers of two committees. Disciplinary Committee: Chairman Mr Karminder Singh Gill; Members Mr Mohan Singh Raipur Kalan, Ms Amarjit Kaur Bhullar, Mr Kehar Singh and Mr Harcharan Singh Sawhney. The Parliamentary Affairs Committee; Chairman Dr Darshan Singh; members Mr Kesar Singh, Mr Mohinder Singh, Ms Jasbir Kaur and Mr Narinder Singh Minhas.
CANCELLED: The Malyalam Drama Festival to be organised by the Kerala Samajam, Chandigarh, on Sunday at Tagore theater, has been cancelled as the drama troupe has met with an accident, on its way to the city from Ludhiana, on Friday near Samrala. Some artists and technicians have suffered injuries.
CONFERENCE: If you have any query about kidney stones and related problems, a rare opportunity is your way. An open for all panel discussion is part of the three-day Conference on Urinary Stones scheduled to begin in the ICSSR Complex, Panjab University, from October 31 to November 2. The panel discussion will be held on the concluding day of the conference at 2.30 pm. The conference is being jointly hosted by the Department of Biochemistry, Panjab University, the Department of Urology, PGIMER, and the local chapter of the Urolithiasis Society of India. It will be inaugurated by Dr N.K. Ganguly, Director General, Indian Council of Medical Research. In addition to delegates from various parts of India, delegates from the USA, UK and Iran will also attend the conference and share their research findings.
BURGLARY FOILED: The attempt to burgle a house at Nangal Kalan village on Friday night was foiled when neighbourers woke up and challenged the burglars. A person was injured in the process. A case has been registered.
EYE OPERATION CAMP: Suman Charitable Dispensary will organise an eye operation camp on Sunday at Hanuman Mandir in the Kalyan Nagar area of the city.
ELECTROCUTED: Mahavir was electrocuted on the premises of a rice sheller at Barota village on the Sonepat-Gohana road, 25 km from here, on Friday. According to a report, he died after touching a wire of a transformer.
NIRVAN DIVAS: The Nirvan Divas of the founder of the Arya Samaj, Swami Dayanand Saraswati, was celebrated with great enthusiasm here on Thursday. Prayers and congregation meetings were held at various centres of the Arya Samaj.
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