Don’t dance on pirated jazz
All you kids shaking around in your room after downloading music from the internet, beware! What you are doing is not strictly legal. It is pirated music.
It may not sound like music to your ears, but the noisy fact, disturbing everyone, is that piracy has over the years violated all intellectual property rights of the music industry. Trade sources confirm that more than 50 per cent of all music available in the market is pirated.
dance a bit
|Exhilarated figures, illuminated by colourful lights blinking from beneath the glassy dance floor, wildly sway to the thumping beat of pulsating music, booming from strategically placed speakers, as Chandigarh Golf Club turns into an open-air discotheque before the clock strikes 9 on party evenings.
Yes, Golf Club is the place to be in, even for players ignorant about the art of holding the clubs with firm hands.
That’s the way they like it. —Photo Pradeep Tiwari
Add a dash to
|Tribune News Service
Pushing back her golden-brown
highlighted tresses with ivory chiselled fingers, she slides up the
deep blue glasses to hold back the hair before stepping out of her
semi-limousine into a world of twirling couples. After jiving around
the polished dance floor for hours together, till beads of
perspiration dot her brow in a discotheque, Tanya returns to reality
but not before stationing goggs back on her aquiline nose. Yes,
alluring sunglasses — keeping off the glare, not admiring glances
— are in. For shielding sensuous eyes from the onslaught of ruthless
sun. Also for adding "a little dash to your charming
self". No wonder, young Tanya positions herself before the full
length mirror in the dressing room every morning to admire the
"fairest of the all".
Look before you sleep
Down with make-up before hitting the sack — that is the little beauty secret city model Razy hates to share with her chums. The reason is not very hard too see. All her friends may support pimples on their oily faces against their wishes, Razy's complexion is flawless.
FROM THE COLLEGES
Management fest entertains students
|Chandigarh, September 24
It was a fun-filled day which the students of local colleges spent at GGDSD College, Sector 32, here today, at the management fest conducted on the theme of “Knowledge Management”.
Marked by activities ranging from the Ad-Mad show to a quiz contest to dumb charades—the fest was thorough entertainment all the way.
Students perform at the Management Fest, 2002, organised at GGDSD College, Sector 32, Chandigarh,
on Tuesday. — A Tribune photograph
Tribune school students hold rally
|Chandigarh, September 24
Students of Tribune Model School, Sector 29, organised a rally to create awareness about environmental issues, here today, under the “Save environment” project.
The students carried banners and placards prepared by them under the activities of the eco-club at school.
An environment awareness rally organised by students of Tribune Model School, Sector 29, Chandigarh, on Tuesday.
— A Tribune photograph
Disclose all facts, petitioner told
Chandigarh, September 24
A petitioner, seeking equitable relief from the Court, has a bounded duty to disclose all material facts and documents having a bearing on the decision of the case — a Division Bench of the Punjab and Haryana High Court today ruled in a significant judgement pronounced on a petition challenging the orders of a Labour Court.