PLUS TWO RESULTS
Toppers do their village proud
|Machhiwara, July 6
The feeling that these three classmates — Jarnail Singh, Ranjit Kaur and Jagpinder Singh — belonging to semi-literate lower middle class families have achieved a remarkable feat and done this sleepy town proud is yet to sink in.
TOPPERS ALL: (from L to R) Jarnail, Ranjit and Jagpinder — who bagged the first, second and fifth position in the Punjab board Class XII exams — flash the victory sign outside their school in
Machhiwara on Saturday. — A Tribune photograph
|Stray pig mauls child; residents up in arms
Ludhiana, July 6
It turned out to be a horrendous day for 12-year-old Chintu. As the child, a resident of the New Shivpuri locality in the old city area, was standing outside his house, a stray pig caught hold of his leg and dragged him to a nearby vacant plot.
Chintu, who was bitten by a pig, lies on a bed in hospital His parents and the area councillor stand beside him.
— Photo IV
PF scam detected
in 2 colleges
Khanna, July 6
A Provident Fund scam worth lakhs of rupees came to light in two colleges of the city run by the AS High School Trust and Management Society. The matter was raised by a management member, Mr Krishan Murari Bedi, in the budget meeting of the trust held on June 28.
‘Govt can help end DMCH row’
|Ludhiana, July 6
“If asked, we will
definitely try to end the ongoing stalemate between the union
and the management of Dayanand Medical College and Hospital. To
the best of my knowledge, no party has sought our intervention
BEARING THE BRUNT: A patient from Mansa district being moved by
her relatives from the DMCH to an other hospital due to
unhygienic conditions prevailing in the hospital as the working
of the hospital has suffered due to the stalemate between the
DMCH management and agitating employees. — Photo Pradeep