Saket residents no longer feeling down in the dumps
New Delhi, December 31
The residents living near the G. M. Modi Hospital and Press Enclave in south Delhi’s Saket, have something to cheer about in the New Year. The garbage dumps on the road from G. M. Modi Hospital to Press Enclave are being reconstructed.
A year when cops made it to headlines for wrong reasons
Ghaziabad, December 31
Even though a large number of criminals were apprehended and killed by the Ghaziabad police in various encounters, criminals and their gangs had an upper hand in the district during the year 2001.
Crime rate shows a dip in Gurgaon
Gurgaon, December 31
The district police claimed to have kept the crime under check by arresting dreaded criminals, including proclaimed offenders and bail jumpers.
Careless owners give carjackers the key
Noida, December 31
Auto-lifters are having a field day in Noida, where two dozen vehicles on an average are stolen every month. Effectively then, nearly 300 vehicles, by liberal estimate, have been stolen during 2001.
FACE TO FACE
‘Leaders in Punjab want to rule over the Delhi Sikhs’
|Whether it is an attack on the World Trade Centre or Parliament or denigrating remarks about religious figures in NCERT textbooks or terrorist violence in Kashmir, the president of National Akali Dal Paramjeet Singh Pamma is in the forefront, articulating his viewpoint.
President of National Akali Dal, Paramjeet Singh Pamma
Kirtan darbar held to mark Guru’s birthday
|New Delhi, December 31
A grand Kirtan darbar was organised by the Baba Atal Sewak Jatha in 8 Block, Ramesh Nagar last evening to celebrate the birth anniversary of Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji and the arrival of the New Year.
Prof Darshan Singh Khalsa, a prominent Sikh religious leader and former jathedar of Shri Akal Takht recited the nirol
A group of Nihangs during their journey from Gurdwara Damdama Sahib to Gurdwara Bala Sahib in the Capital.
—Tribune Photo Mukesh Aggarwal
Cold wave takes toll of cattle
Sonepat, December 31
A large number of cattle in various blocks of this district are reported to have perished due to the cold wave sweeping Haryana and other northern states, according to reports reaching here.
Jawan killed in mine blast cremated with full honours
Rohtak, December 31
Sepoy Sunil Kumar (21) of 12 Jat Regiment was cremated with full civil and military honours at his native Ritauli village today. Naik Jaibir Singh, who accompanied the body, said that Sunil Kumar, along with some other soldiers of his regiment, died when an anti-tank mine exploded at Longowal district near Rajasthan border on December 28. He is survived by his mother and two brothers.
Fined for power
Two hurt in mishaps
Girl rescued from pimp
New Delhi, December 31
The Central district police today rescued a 13-year old girl from the clutches of a youth and his friend who were allegedly going to sell her in the red light area on G. B. Road in the Capital.