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I-Day celebrations at Small Wonders 
Our Correspondent

Ludhiana , August 14
Children of Small Wonders Nursery School yesterday celebrated Independence Day on the school premises. The school was decorated with rangolis and balloons. Children were dressed up as Subash Chander Bose, Bhagat Singh, Jawahar Lal Nehru, Mahatma Gandhi and Indira Gandhi.

They also danced on the song 'Des Nu Chalo'. Bhavya dressed up as Indira Gandhi and Pragya as Jawahar Lala Nehru hoisted the National Flag. Saarthkak attired as Bhagat Singh sang the song “ Sarfaroshi ki tamanna ab hamare dil mein hai.” The Principal of the school distributed sweets among children.

Contest: "An extempore speech contest" was organised at Baba Isher Singh (N) Senior Secondary Public School. The Principal, Ms Aneeta Kundra, asked the children to speak for one minute on Independence Day. Ms Aneeta Kundra urged the children to safeguard the independence which was achieved with great hardships.The students who participated on the occasion were Amritpal Kaur,Manpreet Kaur, Jaspreet Kaur, Prabhkiram Kaur,Inderjit, Jaspreet Kaur,Gurleen Kaur, Harsimran Singh,Harsimran Kaur,Pranpreet Kaur,Simranjit Kaur,Sukhman Saini,

Nitish Goyal, Harmandeep Singh,Kanwaljeet,Harmett, Baljinder and Jaspreet Batra sang the patriotic song.

Celebration: Tiny tots of Whiz Kid celebrated Independence Day on the premises of the school here today.Children were told about the significance of the National Flag and the meaning of its three colours. Slogans like 'Bharat Mata ki Jai', Jai Jawan Jai Kisan', and songs like 'Aye Watan', 'Mere Desh Ki Dharti' 'Nana Munna Rahi' were sung by kids.

Function: A colourful function was organised by Hollyhock Nursery School today.The school completed 27 glorious years of its existence. The Principal of the school, Ms Aninta Grewal, cut the cake in the presence of the faculty and children. 

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Club women visit Ek Prayas
our correspondent

Ludhiana, August 14
Members of Niharika Ladies Club visited Ek Prayas- school for special children to wish them "happy Independence Day'.Ms Shaheen, president of the club and other members presented gifts and sweets to the mentally and physically challanged students of the school.

They also gave Rs 5,100 for the welfare of the students.The members spent a few emotional moments with the students.

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PMT topper's tips to students

Ludhiana, August 14
Ivy Sandhu,a former student of Kundan Vidya Mandir School , topped the exam for entrance to Christian Medical College here.Ivy secured the 48th rank in PMT and was 1st in Ludhiana district.

Talking to Ludhiana Tribune, Ivy said,"Till 11th class, I had no goal. But then it became clear to me that I wanted to be a doctor. It was my own decision as our family is not of doctors. From then on I became very serious about my studies. Of course I did not give up watching television for I had to take a break. Till class X my mother helped me in my studies. It was only in the beginning of Class 12 that I joined tutorials. I would suggest to students to rely on their ownself." OC

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A clarification

The management of Holly Hock Nursery School has clarified that it held a function on Thursday to mark the completion of 27 glorious years of selfless service towards children. The Ludhiana Tribune inadvertently carried a picture of the children of the school with the caption suggesting that the school had celebrated Independence Day. A spokesperson for the school has said a function was organised on the school premises where children came dressed as characters from the national freedom struggle. On the occasion, children were also explained the significance of Independence Day. An anniversary cake was also cut by the Principal of the school, Mrs Amrita Garewal, in the presence of the faculty and children.

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Bar panel’s move on Press freedom decried
Our Correspondent

Ludhiana, August 14
The District Bar Association (DBA) which has been projecting itself as a champion of the freedom of the Press and natural justice today tried to pass a resolution that prevents the DBA members from talking to mediapersons without prior authorisation from the executive.

Some members said mediapersons should be pulled up for publishing news items regarding disputes of the DBA, terming it to be negative publicity. Interestingly, certain speakers were those persons, who used to call mediapersons for covering the meetings of the DBA.

Meanwhile, resentment was seen amongst the reporters representing different newspapers, who said that they had decided to boycott the functions of the DBA, if there was any encroachment upon their fundamental right of freedom of expression. However, the DBA president, Mr Balwinder Goel, claimed that there was a communication gap and we had not passed a resolution stopping the mediapersons from publishing any newsitems. He said the Bar had only passed the resolution to stop its members from spreading misinformation.

The DBA issued a press release, saying, “It is unanimously passed that if any member spreads misinformation regarding the activities of the DBA to the Press without authorisation from the Executive, in a self-styled manner, action should be taken against that member”.

On the other hand, Mr Harish Rai Dhanda, member of the Bar Council of Punjab and Haryana and former president of the DBA, termed all this to be undemocratic. He said he would fight for the freedom of expression and against any move to stop the mediapersons from publishing correct news items relating to the Bar.

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