The Ludhiana railway station overcrowded with passengers due to late running of four trains.
— Tribune photo by Sayeed Ahmed
Umbrellas of various hues and shades beckon passersby on the GT Road near the
Sutlej in Ludhiana. — Tribune photo Sayeed Ahmed
District Youth Cong all set for makeover
Ludhiana, June 12
The newly nominated president of the District Youth Congress (DYC), Mr Dimple Rana, today indicated that a new-look working committee and office-bearers would be announced in next couple of days.
Politics of one-upmanship costs Punjab dear
Ludhiana, June 12
The last three years have witnessed a queer political scenario in Punjab. The main political players have been the Akalis led by Mr Parkash Singh Badal and the Congress led by Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh.
Sahnewal youth falling prey to drug menace
Sahnewal, June 12
Youth of Sahnewal and its adjoining villages have fallen to the menace of the drugs.
Youth of the town and villages including Kohara, Heeran, Kot Gangu Rai, Katani, Pangalian, Gobindgarh, Mangali, Jhabewal, Sahibana, Majara, Natt, Tibba, Umaidpur, Dharaur, Paddi, Jassar, Nandpur, Pawa Khagat, Jugiana, Sahni, Kanech, Rampur etc are ruining their health and squandering away the hard-earned money of their parents on drugs.
Atwal inspects bridge site
Machhiwara, June 12
Deputy Speaker of the Lok Sabha Charanjit Singh Atwal surprised one and all by his sudden visit to Machhiwara Rohan bridge site to take stock of the work in progress.
This bridge, which is about to be completed in a few days, was started with sincere efforts of Mr Atwal when he was Speaker, Vidhan Sabha, Punjab, in the then SAD- BJP government.
Cracks appear in revenue officers’ association
Mandi Ahmedgarh, June 12
Claiming themselves to be office-bearers of the Punjab Revenue Officers Association, Mr A S Tiwana and Mr Gurmit Singh Nadala, (president and general secretary) of the association respectively, have termed the election meeting convened at Hotel Amaltas, Ludhiana, on Saturday as unconstitutional.