Inspector Tarlok Singh Mangat, posted as law instructor in Punjab Police Academy, Phillaur, has received two gold medals and one silver medal in the competitions of scientific investigation, photography of scene of crime and finger printing, respectively, held recently. Mr R.S. Gill, DGP-cum-Director Police Academy, presented the medals. The inspector will now participate in the All India Police Meet being held in January 2007 at Chennai.
Visit to roots
Ms Gita Patel, great grand daughter of late Sunder Singh, popularly known as Chaudhary, a resident of the Sultanwind area, is looking for her roots in the holy city .She has set up
Trapezia, an investment group, in the United Kingdom to help women entrepreneurs.
Gita Patel (left) and her parents in Amritsar.
Four-year-old bags best sportsperson award
Four-year-old Mayank Sood bagged the "Best Sportsperson of the Year" title of Delhi Public School
(DPS). Excelling in Roller-skating, the tiny champ, bagged top honours in state championships this year. He was honored with a grand trophy at the Prize distribution function on the 4th Annual Sports Meet of the school, held on Tuesday.
Schoolchilden of Delhi Public School during the annual sports meet.
— A Tribune photograph
Dream seller and maker
Fascination for Dlip Kumar acting and Mukesh pulled Rajinder Kumar to Bollywood . After a few years of struggle he has been able to carve a niche for himself in the film and modeling business.
Auto-rickshaw drivers continue to pack schoolchildren like sardines despite the recent accident in which two children lost their lives.
— Photo by Kamal Sharma
Workshop on women
Society without active and honest role of women can’t progress. Scholars participating in a six-day UGC sponsored workshop on “Capacity Building for Women Managers in Higher Education” were unanimous about the view. They felt more needed to be done to utilize their potential.
The annual prize distribution function of Baba Gurmukh Singh Uttam Singh Secondary School, Khadoor Sahib, was organized on the school premises.
Mr. Sukh Dhaliwal, MP, from Canada was the chief guest while Mr. H.S. Phoolka
senior advocate of the Supreme Court presided over the function.
LOOKING LIKE SARDARS: Foreign tourists wear turbans at the Maharaja Ranjit Singh Panorama in Amritsar.
An image of Radha and Krishna embossed in gold for the main door of
Durgiana Temple. — Photos by Rajiv Sharma
Artistes from Bhopal perform “Saudagar” at Punjab Naatshala during the recently held national theatre festival organised by the Manch Rangmanch in Amritsar.
Poor man’s heater, angithi, is up for sale on pavements of Amritsar as