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Lifestyle of the rich in the city
Have it but won’t flaunt it
Rich. And ready to flaunt. Shamelessly. Unabashedly. This may be true 65 km beyond Jalandhar, in the metropolis of Ludhiana, but here in this city, it's stylish to play down your pelf. And play up your cultural heritage.

Sanjay and Seema Handa
Sanjay and Seema Handa


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A teacher whose heart beats for slum children
he makes Jalandhar proud, as she has been felicitated with a national award for her "dedicated teaching and administrative skills and excellent work in a national project on imparting education to slum children".

Hands-on approach encouraged at Lovely Institute of Technology
The institute lays a great deal of emphasis on providing requisite practical training to its budding technocratsT
he aim is to produce successful technocrats who can be instrumental in bringing about the transformation of society, particularly in the countryside. And, the Lovely Institute of Technology here has made a mark for itself in the field of technical education by motivating budding technocrats to adopt developmental projects.

The institute lays a great deal of emphasis on providing requisite practical training to its budding technocrats


Recreating the swinging 70s on stage
arefree, flamboyant style of the swinging 1970s reverberated in the hall. It was no time-walk. It was just an attempt to recreate a bit of the 70s in the more-automated, more-abbreviated world of 2004. What better way to give a touch of the 70s to the year of 2004 than to resurrect the Bollywood of the 70s on the stage! Today, the buxom Mumtaz may have given way to the sensuous Bipasha and the stately Parveen Babi may have long been replaced by the bubbly Priety Zinta or the vivacious Rani, but the charm of the bygone era endures.

Sodhal Mela a big draw among people
sea of humanity converges on the place. Annually. People come here all-suffused with devotion. The Sodhal Mela organised in the city draws thousands (some would say lakhs) of devotees every year. This year promises just the same. "The mela has carved a niche for itself in the collective psyche of the people here.

Devotees offering puja at the temple
Devotees offering puja at the temple



From the schools
endriya Vidyalaya (KV) No.1, Jalandhar Cantonment, emerged as the overall winner of the Regional Hockey Championship of Jammu region by beating the opponent team of Kendriya Vidyalaya No. 2, Jalandhar Cantonment, by 3-0 and 2-0 at the finals held on Monday.



China chalo, say city industrialists
China has become the most favourite country among industrialists and businessmen of the Doaba region, not only from the tourism point of view, but also from the business point of view. The abundance of business opportunities, flawless infrastructure, cheaper production costs and absence of power and labour problems make China a favourite among the businessmen here.


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