CHHABEEL ORGANISED: Sevadars owing allegiance to the Baba Harnek Singh faction at the Nanak Sar Ashram Thath Sihar organised a chhabeel at Jagera bridge, near here, on Wednesday. A large number of devotees served sweetened milk and chana.
HONOUR: Kwantleen University College, Surrey, Canada, will confer the honorary degree of Doctor of Laws on social worker Budh Singh Dhahan, founder president of Guru Nanak Mission Medical and Educational Trust, Dhahan Kaleran, near here, at the graduation ceremony to be held at Chandos Auditorium, Surrey, on June 3. Mr Dhahan has been mobilising funds for the trust.
BURGLARY: Goods worth Rs 3 lakh were burgled from a store of New Jagdev Industries in Industrial Area here on Wednesday. The police is investigating the matter.
RUN OVER: Subhash Yadav (38), a resident of Uttar Pradesh, was killed when he was run over by a train here on Wednesday. He was a worker in a local factory.
TWO ARRESTED: The local police arrested two residents of Amritsar, Mohinder Singh and Satnam Singh, and seized Rs 1 lakh hawala money from them on Thursday. They were arrested on the GT Road near Mauli village. The car they were travelling in was impounded.
ONE DEAD: Gurpreet Singh (31), a resident of Bhagana village, died of suffocation after spraying a pesticide in his fields here on Thursday.
ROTARY CHAPTER: The chief public relations officer of Rotary district 3070, Mr Ramesh Kaura, said here on Thursday that a new chapter, Rotary Club Kashmir, would be opened in Srinagar in June. Dr Amit would be the president of the new chapter.
STRIKE CALL: In support of their demands regarding the construction of a shed in front of the judicial court and the transfer of the local SDM, the Bar association of Samrala has given a strike call to all Bar associations in Punjab on June 1.
BILASPUR SEMINAR: A two-day seminar, sponsored by the Sarv Shiksha Abhiyan Samiti, on the introduction of English in class I held at Ghumarwin concluded on Wednesday. As many as 103 teachers from two education blocks of Ghumarwin participated.
SEMINAR: A two-day seminar, sponsored by the Sarv Shiksha Abhiyan Samiti, on the introduction of English in class I held at Ghumarwin concluded on Wednesday. As many as 103 teachers from two education blocks of Ghumarwin participated.