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Khalsa College felicitates Justice Kuldip Singh
Tribune News Service

New Delhi, February 23
Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College (Morning and Evening) jointly felicitated Justice Kuldip Singh, Chairman, Governing Body, on the college premises. Justice Kuldip Singh, who had served the Supreme Court, is presently the Chairman of De-limitation Commission of India.

On the occasion, Sr Prahlad Singh Chandok said that after people like Justice Kuldip Singh taking over the reins of the College, I am confidant that the standard of the education will be definitely uplifted. While felicitating Justice Kuldip Singh, Sr Tarlochan Singh, Chairman, Minority Commission, said: “We are proud to have a man of international repute as the college chairman. Although few of the hundreds of students of the college follow the footsteps of Justice Kuldip Singh, society will improve by leaps and bounds. Justice Kuldip Singh assured that Khalsa College would set new trends in administration and educational standards.

He said that good education could make good citizens and a good society. Since Khalsa College is a better college in the Capital, still we will try to make it the best. He believes in transparency and also respects the working of principals and staff in running the affairs of the college, he added. Justice Kuldip Singh said that he is thankful to Sr Prehlad Singh Chandok, president, DSGMC for giving him an opportunity to work as the chairman of the college.

The general secretary, DSGMC, Sr Harbhajan Singh Matharoo, blessed the newly appointed governing body. Both the principals, Dr Daljit Singh Claire (morning) and Dr Harmeet Singh (evening), presented mementos to the chairman, Governing Body and Treasurer, Governing Body, Sr Dilvinder Singh ‘Ayur’. Later, president and general secretary of DSGMC honoured the other members of the governing body, Capt M. S. Kohli, Sr M. M. Pal Singh Goldy and Sr Pushpinder Singh.


Bail application admitted

Sonepat, February 23
The Additional Chief Judicial magistrate, Mr A. D. Gaur, on Friday accepted the regular bail application of Mr Arun Kapur, a former Joint Director of the Atlas Cycle Industries, Sonepat, and his son Mr Akhaya Kapur, and ordered the prosecution to go ahead in the case.

According to a report, the Punjab and Haryana High Court had already accepted the anticipatory bail of both Arun Kapur and his son Akhaya Kapur on November 21, 2003, and ordered them to regularise their regular bail from the lower court within three months. It may be recalled, the Atlas Cycle Industries was given to Mr B. D. Kapur and Mr Arun Kapur, and his brother were appointed as the joint directors in it. OC

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