Saturday, June 29, 2002, Chandigarh, India


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Rs 1 lakh snatched from aged couple
Jupinderjit Singh
Tribune News Service

Mohi, June 28
In a daring daylight snatching incident, an aged couple was robbed of Rs 1 lakh by three unidentified motor-cycle borne youths near Mohi village under Sudhar police station this afternoon.

The youths with muffled faces followed the couple from Punjab National Bank, Mullanpur Dakha, from where they had withdrawn the amount, and snatched the bag containing the cash from the couple on the Mohi-Jangpur road, near the village.

The couple sustained minor injuries in the incident. The couple, Mr Gulzar Singh and his wife, Gurmail Kaur, grappled with the robbers for a few minutes but they were overpowered. The man is a retired school headmaster and had deposited his life's savings in the bank after superannuation. He had withdrawn the amount to construct a house.

The incident has shattered the family. Gulzar Singh has five daughters and a son. Four of his daughters are married and the remaining two children are studying.

This is one of the major robbery and snatching incidents occurring in or around Mullanpur Dakha in past couple of months. Two Ludhiana-based industrialists were waylaid and robbed of lakhs of rupees at gunpoint on the Mullanpur Dakha-Ludhiana road a few months ago.

The Jagraon SSP, Mr M. S. Cheena, who visited the crime site and later the house of the victims, told Ludhiana Tribune that the police had sealed the area immediately and also sent raiding parties to various places.

Mr Cheena said the three culprits had come on an Enfield motor cycle and appeared to be some local youths. He said all of them had covered their faces and thus the couple could not give any clues about their identity. The motor cycle was also without any number plate.

The incident has sent shockwaves among the residents of Mohi and its surrounding villages. The crestfallen couple told a team of Ludhiana Tribune at their residence that their world has been shattered. ‘‘I had saved the amount in 60 years of my life and it has been taken away in whiff of air,’’ said the retired headmaster. His wife was wailing and was being consoled by womenfolk of the village.

Mr Gulzar Singh said the robbers were following them from Punjab National Bank, Grain Market, Mullanpur Dakha. ‘‘The youths came near them on a drain bridge near the village and started pulling my wife. I thought they were drunkard youths trying to tease us but then they lay hands on our bag and then my wife raised the alarm that they were robbers.’’

He said he did not let the bag go for a few minutes. The robbers then hit his scooter and both of them fell. ‘‘I still had the bag which the robbers succeeded in pulling away as I could resist their move for a few minutes only. Then, I could only cry,’’ he said.


Death due to doctor’s negligence?
Our Correspondent

Ludhiana, June 28
Mystery shrouds the death of a 32-year-old Punjab State Electricity Board (PSEB) employee who had been admitted to the Civil Hospital, Khanna, for a ureteric stone operation. Within five hours of being operated upon, Antarpal Singh was reportedly shifted to the Dayanand Medical College and Hospital (DMCH) in a serious condition on the instructions of Dr Dharampal, Senior Medical Officer (SMO), Civil Hospital, Khanna. Two days later, the patient died at the DMCH leaving behind his widow and two children, aged three years and one and a half year, respectively.

The family has not been able to reconcile to the fact that a minor surgery, for removal of ureteric stone, had taken the life of their sole bread winner whom they were expecting to resume duty in a few days. Now the family is questioning the manner in which he was treated and want responsibility fixed for his death apart for demanding compensation.

While talking to Ludhiana Tribune, Mr Nirmal Singh, elder brother of the deceased, said he wanted justice and for that he had sent a representation to the Chief Minister and Governor of Punjab. He said his brother was working as a regular lineman in the PSEB at Rara Sahib for the past five years. On May 20, 2002, he was operated upon for a ureteric stone at the Civil Hospital, Khanna. He said," The operation was performed by the SMO, Dr Dharampal, along with Dr Swaran. Antarpal was absolutely normal before the operation and no one in the family was worried as it was a minor operation. On the day of the operation, he drove his own two-wheeler to the hospital, Khanna”.

Nirmal Singh maintained that his brother was operated upon at the hospital at around 10.30 am and at around 2.30 pm, Dr Dharampal said his condition was serious. “After the operation, we were told that Antarpal was absolutely normal and recovering but they did not allow us to see him. Suddenly the doctor told us that he was critical and the family should take him to the DMCH”, he said.

The patient was immediately shifted to the DMCH in a serious condition. The attending doctor at the hospital when contacted said his sugar level was above 500 and he was given a lot of insulin. He also suffered from anoxia (brain damage). “Things could have been different if he was brought to us in time”, said the attending doctor. According to the death summary of the DMCH, the patient was operated for ureteric colic (outside) and had respiratory arrest followed by cardiac arrest.

Mr Nirmal Singh said all the reports of the pre-operation tests were normal. He further alleged that Dr Dharampal had also taken Rs 2000 from the victim for the operation. “I have lost my brother due to the negligence of the doctor at the Civil Hospital, Khanna”, alleged Nirmal Singh.

Dr Dharampal Singh when contacted denied all such allegations. He said the patient was recovering in a normal way but there was a sudden cardiac arrest. “We had no proper facilities and because he was serious, I referred him to the DMCH”, said Dr Dharampal.


Woman gets three fake passports
‘Dupes’ councillors into attesting papers
Tribune News Service

Doraha, June 28
A case has been registered against two municipal councillors of Doraha for allegedly helping a woman get three fake passports in the past five years.

The case against the councillors — Darshan Kumar and Malwinder Singh — has been registered under Section 120-B of the IPC. The case against the accused, Gurmit Kaur, was registered under Sections 419, 420, 467, 468 and 471 of the Indian Passport Act of 1967 on Thursday.

Mr Arvind Kumar, Regional Passport Officer of Chandigarh, had lodged a complaint in this regard with the Additional Director General Police (crime) on June 25. The accused were found guilty in an inquiry.

Gurmit Kaur, who lived in House Number 3 of Ward Number 5 of Doraha Mandi, had three passports. The first one (no. 1059962) was made in the name of Baby Chawla on July 3, 1996. The second passport (no. BO3-91437) was issued on July 26, 1999, and the third (no. A 8845135) was made in the name of Gurmit Kaur on June 12, 2000.

The three passports, each carrying the woman’s photograph, were attested by the two councillors and, later, by some police officials. While the first two passports had already been issued, the accused nearly got the third. The case has now been handed over to the anti-fraud cell of Khanna.

When contacted, Mr Devinder Singh Garcha, Senior Superintendent of Police at Khanna, said: “After verification, a department inquiry shall be conducted and the police officials found guilty will not be spared.” One of the accused councillors, Malwinder Singh, said: “We were duped by the girl. We checked her copies of the ration card and the birth certificate thoroughly and found nothing wrong with these. The names on these documents were erased and altered after the attestation.”


Mother stage-manages daughter’s kidnapping
Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, June 28
In a shocking case, a mother of five children allegedly stage-managed the kidnapping of her five-year-old daughter by conniving with her paramour in order to get away from the city and settle with the man.

Claiming this in a press release issued here late this evening, Mr Shiv Kumar, SP(D), and Sub-Inspector Warryam Singh said that the woman, Geeta Rani, was having an illicit relationship with Suresh Kumar Bihari for the last three years. Her husband was a drunkard and the couple were having a bitter relationship.

Suresh allegedly wanted to settle with Geeta and was threatening her to elope with him lest he would kidnap her daughter. He did this on Monday last and kidnapped her five-year-old daughter Rekha. The woman was allegedly well aware of the fact that Rekha was kidnapped by her paramour but kept silent. Her husband lodged a report with the police about the missing child.

Later, police investigations found that the kidnapper was Suresh and the woman was about to leave her house to be with her paramour. The woman was questioned by the police and she spilled the beans.


Industrialist ‘drug lord’ caught with 7 kg opium
Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, June 28
A case under the NDPS Act has been registered against a local industrialist for allegedly masterminding opium smuggling here. The industrialist is financially stable and his wife is a proofreader in Punjabi University at Patiala.

The alleged smuggler kingpin is Sarbjit Singh, owner of an iron-moulding factory in Sherpur. A man named Charanjit Singh Channa is said to be his accomplice. A police party led by the Deputy Superintendent of Police, Mr P.S. Parmar, and the SHO of Sarabha Nagar, Inspector Jaswinder Singh, caught the two men at an ambush point near Barrewal village yesterday and seized 7 kg opium (worth over Rs 35,000) from them.

The police said the accused had been carrying this opium in two cars. On a tip-off, the police laid a trap to intercept the cars. A number of 1 kg packs of opium were found hidden under the car seats, following which, the cars (PB-11-R-4329 and PB-11-K-2484) were impounded.

The accused belong originally to Samana village. Sarbjit Singh owned a number of rice shellers about five years ago, but, later, suffered a huge loss. He told the police that he had come into contact with some smugglers after this.

The man was wanted by the police of several states for the past many months for his alleged involvement in opium smuggling. He allegedly used to bring opium here from Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh.


Professor to be Registrar
Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, June 28
Decks have been cleared for the appointment of Dr V.K. Sharma, Acting Registrar of Punjab Agricultural University (PAU), as Registrar. The interview committee constituted by the PAU has cleared his name for the post and the recommendation has been sent to the Board of Management which is scheduled to meet on July 5.

Authoritative sources in the university told Ludhiana Tribune that only a nod of the board is required for his appointment. The interviewing committee has already chosen him as the next incumbent. After the approval of the board, Dr Sharma would be the first academician to be appointed Registrar in the history of the PAU. Earlier the PAU always had a bureaucrat as Registrar.

Dr Sharma would succeed Mr Alok Shekhar, who was appointed Deputy Commissioner of Mansa after the new government took over in the state.

The PAU had conducted the interview for the post on Sunday and only two candidates had applied for the same. The other one was Dr V.R. Prasad, a scientist in the Department of Zoology.


Mystery shrouds ‘burglary’
Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, June 28
In a complaint of theft lodged with the Kotwali police, a Raikhi chowk-based shopkeeper has claimed that a burglary took place in his garments shop yesterday sometime last night causing him a loss of over Rs 4 lakh.

The police was however keeping its fingers crossed as the owner of the shop, who had given it on rent to the complainant, claimed in the evening that he had broken the wall of the shop as he was the legal owner of the shop. The incident remained mysterious as claims and counter-claims were being made by both the parties.

Police sources said at first look the case appeared to be of a sensational burglary. The scene of crime stated that the burglars had broken into the shop through a wall by completely breaking it open. They allegedly took away all the clothes and goods in the shop, including the telephone set and wires.

The complainant, Sukhpal Singh, in his complaint said he suffered a loss of Rs 4 lakh. However, Mr Shakti Nagi also came to the shop in the evening and claimed he was the rightful owner and had broken the wall. The deadlock over the case continues as the police failed to decide on the issue.


Residents sore over MC attitude
Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, June 28
Residents and daily commuters in Ghas Mandi area are sore with the Municipal Corporation for not listening to their complaints for the last many months.

They state that a manhole in their area has caved in causing inconvenience to the commuters and residents. According to Mr M.S. Makkar, President of the area welfare society, in many parts of the city the manholes were in bad state and despite repeated complaints to the MC nobody came to their rescue.

He said they had written many times to the MC to clean the man-hole and replace its lid but nothing has happened. “Last time also a similar thing had happened when the manhole had choked and the lane was flooded. I think the employees concerned are waiting for the same situation again,” he added.


Anti-Alcohol Day
Our Correspondent

Ludhiana, June 28
To spread the abuses of drugs among the general masses and to celebrate Anti-Alcohol Day, the Guru Gobind Singh Study Circle sent a team of speakers to the local jail here yesterday.

According to a press release, more than 200 prisoners attended the meeting along with the speakers, Mr Surjit Singh, zonal secretary, Mr Amarjit Singh, Mr Sukhjit Singh and Mr Ravail Singh. The meeting was presided over by the Deputy Superintendent of the jail Mr Rai.

The chief speaker, Mr Surjit Singh, spoke on the impact of addiction on family. He said that if one member of the family lost his balance, the whole family could be ruined. One particular addict put the entire family in trouble.


New complaint centre of PSEB
Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, June 28
The local office of the Punjab State Electricity Board has set up a complaints centre at Model Down Division which will remain functional from 7 am to 11 pm everyday.

A communique of the PSEB here yesterday said that the complaint centre would cater to various areas including Vishal Nagar, Basant Vihar, Punjabi Bagh, Moti Bagh, Punjab Mata Nagar, Ranchi Colony, Sham Nagar, Guru Amardass Nagar, Karnail Singh Nagar and Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar. Complaints could be got registered at phone number 562640. Complaints during 11 pm to 7 am would be registered at the Model Town Extension (phone No 455551).


Protest against Budget
Our Correspondent

Ludhiana, June 28
Hundreds of employees of the local Municipal Corporation staged a demonstration outside the headquarters of the civic body here yesterday to lodge their protest against the Punjab Budget passed recently. The various leaders who addressed the gathering termed the Budget as anti-employee.



Migrant labourer dies
Our Correspondent

Ludhiana, June 28
The Focal Point police yesterday registered a case under Section 304 of the IPC on the statement of a Bihari migrant, Sukhinder Yadav, now living in Durga Colony at Dhandari Khurd, against Rajiv Yadav, another migrant, living in Sherpur. The complainant, who was living together with another migrant worker, Akilesh Kumar, stated that while all of them working in a card-forging unit in Phase VI of the Focal Point area on Thursday morning , the accused gave a fisted blow in the abdomen of Akilesh Kumar as a result of which he fell on the ground. He was rushed to the Oswal Cancer Hospital where he was declared as brought dead. No arrest has been made so far.

Girl kidnapped

The Jodhewal police yesterday registered a case under Section 366 of the IPC on the statement of Mr Balram Chand, a resident of New Madho Puri, against a Bihari migrant Sandeep Kumar and Krishna, residents of the same locality. The complainant had alleged that the accused had kidnapped his daughter Amanjit Kaur alias Amna, aged about 18 and half, in the afternoon of June 26. No arrest has been made so far.

Fraud alleged

The Shimla Puri police yesterday registered a case under Sections 406,420 and 120-B of the IPC on the statement of Mr Pardeep Saini, a resident of Major Sham Singh Road, Civil Lines, against Balwinder Singh, a resident of Bahadur Pur in Hoshiarpur district and Satwinder Singh, son of Mr. Kulwant Singh, a resident of Jagat Pura village in the same district. The complainant had stated to the police that he was an authorised agent for the Connect and the accused were employed by him as sales agents. The accused had been booking new connections and collecting money from the customers but they did not deposit any collections with him and thus committed a fraud on him. No arrest has been made so far.

Two held

The Division No 5 police nabbed two domestic servants who had allegedly administered drugs to their employers and tried to decamp with cash and valuables from the household in Sant Isher Singh Nagar here yesterday.

The police has booked Bimal Kumar and Rattan Singh, hailing from Himachal Pradesh, under Sections 328,381 and 458 of the IPC following a statement by Mr Subhash Sachdeva who alleged that the accused gave a sedating injection to his wife and stole Rs. 10,000. The amount was recovered from the accused, the police said.

Woman beaten

The Shimla Puri police registered a case yesterday under Sections 341, 323, 506 and 34 of the IPC on the statement of Ms Manjeet Kaur, a resident of Ravindra Colony near Baba Balak Nath temple, against Baljit Singh, Bablu, Sonu and Bittu of the same locality. The complainant had stated that since one of the accused Bablu used to tease her daughter Paramjit Kaur on telephone, she went to the house of the accused to seek an explanation. But the accused beat her up and also threatened her, she added. No arrest has been made so far.

Cases of beating

On the statement of Ms Sunita, a resident of Bhora village, the Salem Tabri police registered a case yesterday under Sections 451,341,506 and 323 of the IPC, against Charanjit Singh, a resident of the same village. The complainant had alleged that the accused came to her house on Thursday morning, beat her up and also threatened her. No arrest has been made.

Another case of beating was registered at the same police station under Sections 341, 323, 506, 148 and 149 of the IPC on the statement of Mr Parveen Kumar, a resident of New Janak Puri in Salem Tabri, against Sarjit Singh, Sahib Singh and about a dozen of their unknown cronies. The complainant had alleged that the accused intercepted him in Ashok Nagar mohalla, beat him up and threatened him as well on Thursday. No arrest has been made.

The Sadar police registered two cases of beating yesterday. The first case was registered under sections 323,341,324 and 34 of the IPC on the statement of Ms. Rajinder Kaur, a resident of Ghawaddi village, against Amarjit Kaur, Jagdip Kaur, residents of Ghawaddi Kalan village. The complainant, who has been admitted to the Civil Hospital, had alleged that the accused attacked her with sharp-edged weapons on Thursday. No arrest has been made.

The other case was registered on the statement of Mr Lakhbir Singh, a resident of Sangowal village, under Sections 323, 324, 341, 506 and 34 of the IPC, against Bhajan Singh and Gurmel Singh, residents of the same village. The complainant had alleged that the accused had hit with sharp-edged weapons and injured him on Thursday. No arrest has been made.

The Jodhewal police yesterday registered a case under Section 324 of the IPC on the statement of Ms Darshna Devi, a resident of New Subhash Nagar, against Tarsem Lal, a resident of mohalla Prem Vihar. The complainant had alleged that the accused arrived at her shop in the afternoon of June 26, beat her up and also hit her and her son Kulwinder Pal with a dagger as a result of which she had been admitted to the hospital. No arrest has been made.

The Sadar police, on Wednesday, registered a case under Sections 323, 341 and 506 of the IPC on the statement of Ms Rajinder Kaur, a resident of Grewal Dogra village, against Manmohan Lal, a resident of Jagirpur village on the Rahon road. The complainant had alleged that the accused stopped her on Wednesday, beat her up and also threatened to kill her.

The Shimla Puri police, on the statement of Mr Suresh Kumar, resident of mohalla Preet Nagar, Dugri, registered a case under Sections 279, 342, 323, 427 and 34 of the IPC, against Binder, Manjit and Manga of the same locality on Wednesday. According to the complainant, the accused had beaten him up on Wednesday night.

The Jodhewal police, on Wednesday, registered a case under Sections 323, 324 and 34 of the IPC on the statement of Ms Gita Devi, a resident of Laxmi Colony mohalla, against her sister-in-law Vicky, Ved Parkash, Kushal Kumar and Bittu, a meat-seller. The woman had alleged that the accused had injured her in a knife-attack on June 24. The accused also injured her daughter and daughter-in-law, she added.

The Model Town police, on Wednesday, registered a case under Sections 323, 341, 148 and 149 of the IPC on the statement of Pappu, a resident of Ambedkar Nagar, against Birju, his son Vinod, Monu, Gangu, Ramesh, Draupdi, wife of Ramesh and Kamla, wife of Birju. The complainant had alleged that the accused had beaten him up on Wednesday morning.

Cases under the Excise Act

The Division No 3 police yesterday booked Narinder Pal, a resident of Mehmoodpura, and Sanjiv Kumar, who resides on the Shivala road , were arrested shortly before midnight on June 26 while they were drinking at the Khwaja chowk.

The Division No 5 police yesterday booked Sunil Kumar, a resident of mohalla Fateh Ganj, Surpal Singh alias Pala, a resident of Manjit Nagar, and Jeet Singh alias Romy, a resident of Field Ganj, under the Excise Act on the charge of drinking at a public place last evening. Some unconsumed liquor was also seized from their possession.

The Shimla Puri police yesterday arrested Surjit Singh, a resident of Guru Arjan Dev Nagar, and recovered 24 bottles of IMFL ( Bagpiper) from his possession at grain market near the Arora Palace. He has been booked under Sections 61,1 and 14 of the Excise Act.

Two road-blockers booked

The Division No 2 police arrested Manjeet Singh, a resident of Kartar Colony, Mundian Kalan, for parking his truck on the road near the culvert passing through Issa Nagri and jamming the traffic there. Booked under Section 283 of the IPC, the accused was later bailed out.

The Division No 4 police arrested Rajinder Singh, a resident of Kailo village, falling under the Malerkotla police station, and booked him under section 283 of the IPC for parking his truck on the road in Shiv Puri and jamming the traffic. He was later bailed out.

Four arrested

The Division No 2 police, yesterday, in two cases arrested four persons while they were quarreling at a public place and disturbing the general peace of the area and booked them under Section 160 of the IPC.

In the first case, Raju Kumar, who lives near the Central Jail, and Shankar Mehra, who lives near the Chand Cinema, were arrested and in the other case Surinder Singh, a resident of Field Ganj, and Palwinder Singh, a resident of Hargobind Nagar, were arrested for quarreling near the Civil Hospital.


Kidnapping attempted
Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, June 28
The Model Town police yesterday foiled a kidnapping-cum-ransom bid by a city resident. A trap was laid and the accused was caught by the police. He was making threatening telephone calls to his neighbour demanding a ransom of Rs 5 lakh for not kidnapping and killing his family.

A press note issued by the district police said a team managed to lay a trap under which the accused was called to a decided place and caught. The accused has been identified as Rohit Khanna. He was demanding ransom from his neighbour, Mr Amarjit Gandhi.

The police said the accused, who runs a small shop, hatched a conspiracy to earn money through this criminal act. He bought a mobile phone for this purpose and started making calls to Mr Gandhi threatening to liquidate his family if the money was not paid.

The complainant informed the police that laid a trap and called the man to a decided place. The police sent the complainant with a bagful of newspapers instead of money and caught the unsuspecting accused.

The accused later told the police that he wanted to make a fast buck and knew that his neighbour had a lot. He said he was specifically making calls in Hindi to escape any possible recognition by the complainant.


Teachers demand filling of posts
Our Correspondent

Ludhiana, June 28
Demanding immediate filling of posts of English and Punjabi lecturers in the in-service training centres, the PhD and MPhil School Teachers Association will meet Principal Secretary K.K. Bhatnagar, on July 3. The association also demanded that posts of senior lecturers and science supervisors be also filled by PhD or MPhil qualified teachers.


Workshop on radiation safety
Our Correspondent

Ludhiana, June 28
The discovery of ionising radiations in the late 19th century revolutionised diagnosis and treatment of multiple disease. The use of these revealed that these were double-edged weapons that could have adverse effects on normal population. The population includes patients who have been advised radiation therapy and healthcare workers involved in their deliverance.

The Department of Radiotherapy of Christian Medical College and Hospital here is organising a weeklong workshop on ‘Radiation Safety’ from July 1 in collaboration with Baba Farid University of Health Sciences at Faridkot and the Atomic Energy Regulatory Board.

According to Dr M. K. Mahajan, Professor and Head of the CMCH Department of Radiotherapy, said the workshop was aimed at educating the target population of medical professionals about the source and nature of ionising radiations, besides the interaction of these with matter. Professionals will receive guidance on human development and tissue renewal systems, adverse effects of radiation, working practices and safety guidelines, radiological protection of patients and the personnel, awareness regarding radiation accidents, prevention and management.

Dr J.S. Gujral, Vice-Chancellor of Baba Farid University, will inaugurate the workshop and Dr K. S. Partha Sarthi, Secretary AERB, will deliver the keynote address. The participating faculty will comprise more than 50 eminent physicians and scientists of various specialities from all over India.


Union’s bid to obstruct work
Our Correspondent

Ludhiana, June 28
The employees’ union of Dayanand Medical College and Hospital today made an attempt to create obstruction in the hospital working by harassing the staff on duty. They blocked the entry points to stop the morning staff going on duty. They also took out the laundry staff forcibly and sat down there to obstruct the working. Not only this, a group of union members went to the surgery unit II and tried to pull out the nursing students from their stations and threatened them. but the nursing students on duty refused to oblige them and despite the horrifying treatment given by the union they came back on their duties. “We want to work for the ailing patients and they cannot force us to joint their dharna against our will, “ said the staff on duty.

Such actions have exposed the union’s claim of holding the dharna peacefully. “We are bringing them for talks and we want that the union should also take initiative in this direction by bringing their demands in writing and opting for a dialogue,” emphasised Dr Rajoo Singh Chhina, Medical Superintendent. (P).

Meanwhile, the hospital continued working throughout the day.


Scientific dental meet
Our Correspondent

Ludhiana, June 28
The district unit of the Indian Dental Association (IDA) in collaboration with Colgate-Palmolive will organise a scientific dental meeting here on June 30.

Dr T.P. Singh, President of the IDA, Ludhiana, in a press statement yesterday said that Dr Hari Prakash from the All-India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) will be talking about ‘Trouble-shooting in fixed prosthesis — clinical and laboratory aspects’.

Dr Singh said that these scientific meets were arranged to keep the dental professionals abreast with the latest techniques and materials. Dr Hari Prakash will be discussing the problems arising in making fixed teeth, by the doctors and technicians of the laboratory.


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