|Sunday, December 17, 2000,
PAU VC ISSUE
Hospital keeping patient captive?
Two booked in fraud case
Women need equal opportunities
LUDHIANA, Dec 16 — The Constitution Amendment Bill that seeks to provide 33 per cent seat reservation for women in Lok Sabha and state assemblies continues to be a contentious issue. In fact, it has been three years since the Bill was first taken up in the Parliament. This time again there were rumblings in the Parliament when two NDA allies protested against the government’s move to take up the Women’s Reservation Bill in the House next week .
Sir Attar Singh & his Bhadaur
Ludhiana is a strange theatre of the drama of life. It never grew so fast; it never did decay that fast. It is the birth-place of great men who have done it proud. It has attracted men of vision who built institutions here. A great man, Attar Singh, lived here in the 19th century. His life forms an important in chapter Ludhiana’s history. He built a big residence for himself.
Probe into cheating
case against bank
Two injured in brawl
2 theft cases
Satta operator arrested
One killed in
Need to tap young talent: D'souza
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