on a Hindustani trip
Tomio Mizokami and Asada Yutaka
have dedicated a lifetime to the promotion of Hindustani back
home in Japan. As heads of the departments of Hindi and Urdu,
respectively, in their home country, they have been innovating
hard to sustain interest in the languages that are tough to
Prof Asada Yutaka (left) and Prof Tomio Mizokami who head the departments of Urdu and Hindi, respectively, at the Tokyo University and Osaka University of Foreign Studies.
— Tribune photo by Pradeep Tiwari
Karam Singh school wins painting trophy
Ajit Karam Singh International
Public School, Chandigarh won the running trophy in the Ninth
Annual On The Spot Painting Competition, organised by Hotel
Pallavi, today. As many as 327 students from various schools of
Chandigarh, Panchkula and Mohali participated in the competition
and displayed their artistic potential by making sketches of an
|A student participates in the 9th annual on-the-spot painting competition held at Pallavi Complex, Sector 5, Panchkula, on Thursday.
— Tribune photo by Pankaj Sharma
Londonwale’ promises fun
Another Emraan Hashmi release that the
viewers are looking forward to is Shagun Films Creation and Shiv Films
Production “Aashiq Banaya Aapne. This is Emraan Hashmi’s fourth
film which has a tagline ‘Love takes over...’.
vertical nurses’ institutes: Fortis chief
With India as well as most of the developed countries facing an acute
shortage of trained nurses, Punjab and the rest of the northern region
has a big opportunity to fulfil this demand.
blood at camp
The Blood Bank Society today organized a one-day blood donation
camp at the Bridge Market, Sector 17. Over 55 persons donated
blood at the camp held in association with the Shruti Memorial
Trust, Chandigarh. Mr Beni Pal donated blood for the 82nd time
in this camp.
The Chandigarh Blood Donors Council organises 58th blood donation camp in the memory of Dr Ambrish at Bridge Market, Sector 17, Chandigarh, on Thursday.
— A Tribune photograph
An overwhelming response was received by the Family Health Awareness
Campaign launched today by the Home Secretary, Mr Krishna
Mohan, at Civil Dispensary, Ram Darbar, today.
Commandant of Command Hospital
Major General Prithviraj Rao has taken over as Commandant of the
Command Hospital, Chandimandir. Prior to this promotion, he was
serving as the Deputy Director, Medical Services, at
Headquarters 2 Corps, in Ambala in the rank of Brigadier.