Is parking complex a white elephant ?
LUDHIANA, Nov 22 — People are moving here and there to park their scooters and cars. But there is no parking space. Interestingly, where there is a parking space, there are no vehicles parked. Sounds strange? What is the reason?
Nishkam celebrates silver jubilee
LUDHIANA, Nov 22 — Nishkam Seva Ashram, which was set-up in 1975 celebrated its silver jubilee function last evening at BCM Arya Model School. The function was well attended and well presented. Mr Sharvan Sharma was the anchor.
Fashion show a big draw
LUDHIANA, Nov 22 — The Gayatri Ladies Club held a colorful fashion show, The Complete Woman, at Park Plaza here today. The participants from different age groups presented themselves as the 'new age woman' with all confidence, dignity, elegance, grace and glamour.
Song lands singers in trouble
LUDHIANA, Nov 22 — Public apology by folk singers Bagga Safri and Surinder Sapna for their songs in controversial cassette “Bahmani glass var gee” notwithstanding, the district police has decided to register a criminal case against the singers, the producer and the cassette company.
EEPC delegation meets
Nov 22 — A delegation led by S.C. Ralhan, regional chairman (north) and Mr Satish
Dhanda, vice-chairman, Engineering Export Promotion Council (EEPC) respectively, met the Minister of State for Commerce and Industry, Government of India on Monday. The delegation apprised him of the problems of the trade and the possibility of reducing the haulage charges charged by
CONCOR. The meeting was also attended by Mr S.K. Sharma, Managing Director, CONCOR and senior officials of the railway board and the Ministry of Commerce.
500 driving licences
DORAHA, Nov 22 — A camp for the issuing of driving licences was held at Truck Union building, Doraha. The camp was inaugurated by Mr Sadhu Singh
Ghudani, MLA, Payal.
KHANNA, Nov 22 — The Khanna police will organise a workshop on “Community policing” at the Payal police station on November 23.
“Follow tenets of Hinduism”
LUDHIANA, Nov 22 — The Jagad Guru Shankaracharya of Hindu Dwarika Peeth was on his first visit to Ludhiana today. In an interview with Ludhiana Tribune, the Guru said that he had come here to talk about Hinduism. He said the Hinduism was the most tolerant religion. He further said that he wanted Hinduism to become strong so that it could protect other religions.
Class IV employees continue protest
Ludhiana, Nov 22 — Hundreds of Class IV employees today staged a dharna in front of the Deputy Commissioner's Office at the Mini Secretariat here to protest against high-handedness and vindictive attitude of an Executive Engineer of the Irrigation Department.
Ramandeep to wed on Dec 10