joint nagar kirtan to Lahore
Akal Takht Jathedar Giani Joginder Singh Vedanti has been endeavoring
to prevail upon the SGPC and the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management
Committee to take out joint nagar kirtan to Lahore next month
in connection with the 400th martyrdom anniversary of Guru Arjan Dev.
fashion choreographer comes calling for male models
Is the robust Punjabi male ready to shed his macho image, and walk the
ramp ? If yes, then ace fashion choreographer, Rashmi Virmani, is
scouting fresh talent to scorch the ramps in Delhi. In town today,
fashion choreographer Rashmi Virmani, who discovered supermodels
Aparna Kumar, Mehar Bhasin and Rajnessh Duggal, now male
supermodel-in-making Kanwal Gill (from Amritsar), said Punjabi males
were h(o)aute on the Indian fashion scene.
shoots one, injures three
Dispossessed of village common land, septuagenarian Kartar Chand, a
resident of Baghial village, resorted to indiscriminate firing,
killing one resident of the village and injuring three others.
probe into land proposals to RIL
The Shiromani Akali Dal President, Mr Parkash Singh Badal, today
lashed out at the assertion of the Chief Minister, Captain Amarinder
Singh, that he would “give as much land free of cost as was required
by the Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) ” in town and villages of
khair wood due to ‘communication gap’
The Hoshiarpur district administration has termed the release of four
truckloads of khair wood by an ASI posted at sadar police station due
to communication gap.
to launch common timetable
The Railways has decided to issue a common railway timetable for all
trains for the facility of the passengers. Railway sources told The
Tribune here today that the new national timetable would be available
to railway passengers in September this year as the new timetable
would be enforced on September 1.
day in Patiala
Even as mercury has been rising day by day here, a section of its
streets and roads have started wearing deserted look as people prefer
to stay indoors to keep themselves away from scorching sun.
travel facility to jatha to Pak favoured
The SGPC has decided to approach the Union Home Ministry for
permission to extend road travel facility through Wagah to about
10,000 Sikh pilgrims who would go to Pakistan to participate in
functions relating to the martyrdom of Guru Arjan Dev.
blood on Red Cross Day
The District Red Cross, Mansa branch, celebrated World Red Cross Day
on the premises of Bal Bhavan under the chairmanship of the Deputy
Commissioner, Mr Hussan Lal. Mrs Nirmala H.Lal, chairperson, District
Red Cross Hospital Welfare Section, presided over the function.
Dal chief granted bail
Shiromani Khalsa Dal president Daljit Singh Bittu was granted bail
today after 20 days of his arrest. Mr Bittu got the bail granted
following a lacunae in the case that the complainant himself was an
up of Dalits: PSHRC orders probe
Amritsar, May 10
The Punjab State Human Rights
Commission directed the District Magistrate (DM) here to
strictly comply with the case of atrocities against the Dalits by
their employers in some villages here.
over control of DAV schools
Unruly scenes were witnessed here today when two groups tried to take
control of the local Dr MRS Bhalla DAV Girls High School Kila Mandi
and Agyawanti Marwaha DAV Girls Senior Secondary School Dashehra
in hospital management started
Guru Nanak Dev University here has introduced one-year postgraduate
diploma in hospital management in collaboration with Escorts Heart and
school principal’s transfer
Mr Rahul Bhandari, Deputy Commissioner, here, today ordered the
District Education Officer, Bathinda, to shift the Principal of
Bhokhra village school to a far-flung station due to mismanagement in
summer vacations from today
While the schools in Punjab will close tomorrow for summer vacations
till June 30, the state government has issued guidelines for the
general transfers of teachers in the Education Department in the state
(professional) Part-I results today
Amritsar, May 10
The results of the B.Com
(professional) Part-I examination of Guru Nanak Dev University held in
April, 2006, would be declared tomorrow.