strike leaves passengers stranded
Sonepat, December 21
Hundreds of passengers remained
stranded for two hours at the general bus stand here today following the
two-hour strike by the drivers and conductors of the Haryana Roadways.
in outer identity unlikely to affect essence of Sikh religion’
Delhi, December 21
The adoption of a new or different
physical identity by some of the followers of Sikhism, world’s
youngest religion, is unlikely to affect or transform its spirit, said a
leading scholar of Sikh religion today. However, many Sikh leaders
disagree with this line of thought and this particular aspect has been
discussed many times in various forums within and outside the country.
growth continue to be a mirage in this city?
Sonepat, December 21
Sonepat is a fast growing
industrial city and a district Headquarter with a large number of big,
medium and small-scale industries, employing more than two lakh people.
It appeared on the country’s map in 1951 after the setting up of the
Atlas Cycle Industries, which is the largest bicycle manufacturing
concern in India.
New Delhi, December 21
The death anniversary of Jathedar
Santokh Singh, the founder of Guru Harkrishan Public Schools and other
institutions in the Capital, was observed with religious solemnity here
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ghastly terrorist attack on Indian Parliament on December 13, which
happened soon after the American attack, shook the entire nation. But
the admirable thing is that our security personnel acted swiftly to save
the situation from taking a turn for the worse.
Lift to movie
film actress and MP Shabana Azmi presented certificates to students of
the 33rd batch of trainees who passed out from the Asian Academy of Film
and TV (AAFT), Noida, on Friday.
A protest in the Capital against the proxy war being waged by the Musharraf regime.
— Tribune Photo