Woman’s murder still a mystery
Ludhiana, November 6
The high-profile murder case of well-known businesswoman Reema Jain remains a mystery even though the police had claimed several weeks ago that her brother-in-law Micky Jain had got her killed through contract killers.
Amritsar, November 6
The restoration work of two historical gates, named after Sikh warriors, has been hanging fire due to the callous attitude of the SGPC even though the local Municipal Corporation had given its green signal by passing a unanimous resolution in this regard on January 17, 2003.
Mr Onkar Singh Sandhu, patron, Ramgarhia Federation, with the designs of historical “Ahluwalia” and “Ramgarhia” gates, whose restoration has been hanging fire.
— A Tribune photograph
to host Mr Singh International contest
The Holy City will host first-ever Mr Singh International contest on
November 20 in which contestants from various parts of the world,
including the UK, the USA, Malaysia and Canada, will take to the ramp.
Cultural Centre celebrates foundation day
The North Zone Cultural Centre (NZCC) Patiala, celebrated its 20th
Foundation Day today at Shesh Mahal here. The foundation stone of the
centre was laid on November 6, 1985, by late Rajiv Gandhi, the then
Prime Minister of India.
reverence to translated versions of holy book: Vedanti
Akal Takht Jathedar Giani Joginder Singh Vedanti today did not rule
out the possibility of issuing guidelines for maintaining
“maryada” for keeping the translated versions of the holy Guru
scenes at children’s funeral
Heart-rending scenes were witnessed by hundreds of citizens, who
attended the funeral of two school-going children -Amritpaul Singh
(5), a student of KG class and his sister Simaranjit Kaur of SD Model
School, Noormahal. They were killed in a rail mishap near their
village, Uppal Khalsa, last evening.
cases of dengue reported
Five cases of suspected dengue fever have come to light in the town.
All these patients at present, are undergoing treatment at a private
jobs, demands CITU
Mr Vijay Mishra, acting president of the CITU unit of Punjab, has
criticised the Union Government for its “pro-imperialist and
anti-people policies, which had badly hit the people in the country.
He was addressing a rally of CITU workers at Shaheed Udham Singh Park
begin Chhath pooja fasting
Migrants from Bihar and UP today began a 48-hour long rigorous fasting
to observe their biggest festival "Chhath pooja" which falls
on the sixth day after Divali i.e. tomorrow.
disbursed among 25
At a function here today the Sahara Club distributed pension of Rs 200
per month each on DAV Senior Secondary School premises Dushehra
awareness camp today
The Government Medical College and Government Rajindra Hospital will
observe the National Cancer Awareness Day here tomorrow by organising
a cancer awareness camp in the OPD of the Government Rajindra
Hospital. The camp would continue for a week.
of ultra-sound centre suspended
A team of the Punjab Health Department inspected an ultra-sound centre
run in Mansa and suspended the licence of the centre under the
Pre-Natal Diagnostic Test Act.
Man hurt after spat with cable men
Kharar, November 6
A resident of Mundi Kharar was injured following a spat with employees of a company running TV cable services here.
One hurt in firing over land dispute
Batala, November 6
A land dispute on the Kahnuwan road created an unsavoury situation when two groups fought over a piece of land. Armed with ‘datars’, ‘kirpans’, rifles, etc. members of one group attacked others, causing grievous injuries to one person.