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DMCH doctor delivers lecture at Mysore
Our Correspondent

Ludhiana, January 9
The department of anaesthesiology at the Dayanand Medical College and Hospital (DMCH) here, headed by Dr Tej K. Kaul, made the maximum number of presentations during the 54th annual conference of the Indian Society of Anaesthesiologists at Mysore from December 26 to 29 last.

In his presentation, Dr Kaul discussed the recent advances in intravenous drug delivery systems.

He said the latest technique of closed loop system had been recently introduced at the DMCH.

Dr Kaul also delivered a guest lecture on intravenous drug delivery systems during the conference.

He chaired an academic session and acted as judge for selecting the best paper presentation for Kopp’s award.



Kirtan held at institute
Our Correspondent

Khamano, January 9
Victor Institute of Nursing and paramedical sciences (regd) Ranwan, near here, organised a New Year function on January 9 to seek the blessings of the Almighty through Sukhmani Sahib path and kirtan. Later, a prize distribution function was organised for the outgoing students of 2003-2006 batch. Lt General K S Mann (retd), Director, Canadian Institute of International Studies, was the chief guest who gave away prizes to the students.

Director B S Garcha, commandant (retd) of the institute, said the institute was established in the year 2003 at Kharar. Due to changed policy of the government, now this institute has been constructed in 3 acres at village Ranwan as per INC norms. It had been participating in pulse polio, aids awareness, eye operation camps and seminars. The Principal, Lt Col Indu Sharma (retd), thanked the chief guest and other dignitaries.



From Schools & Colleges 
Door-to-door pulse polio drive
Tribune News Service

Ludhiana January 9
A three- day door-to-door pulse polio drive was launched by the NCC cadets of Master Tara Singh Memorial College for Women. As many as 25 cadets participated in the drive in collaboration with the Civil Surgeon, Ludhiana. Residents of the different localities appreciated the cadets for their endeavour. Principal Dr. (Ms) Madanjit Kaur Sahota encouraged the cadets of the college and the contingent in charge Dr (Ms) Monika Sharda. She also exhorted the students to attain higher goals in life.

Gurpurb celebration

Guru Nanak Khalsa College for Women celebrated Gurpurb with fervour and enthusiasm in the college premises here today.

Bhai Manjit Singh and Ragi Jatha recited shabads and enthralled the audience with their melodious renderings. On the occasion, members of the NSS and the youth club of the college organised a one-day camp for the langar seva . The Principal of the college extended her greetings to the students and advised them to follow the path of truth and sincerity as laid down by the teachings of Guru Gobind Singh.

Prof Gurbir Singh Sarna, general secretary of the college governing body thanked the guests and other dignitaries present on the occasion.

Seminar organised

A Philatelic Seminar was organised at Kundan Vidya Mandir here today to educate children about collection and maintenance of stamps and other aspects related to philately. The seminar, conducted by department of posts, was attended by about 50 members of philatelic club of the Middle Section.

Mr Mukesh Malhotra, a member of Distt Philately club, Mr Sushil Kaushal and Mr Kulwant Singh from Deptt of posts, motivated the students to develop this hobby as it was not an art in itself but also an imaginative source of information and knowledge besides being a source of investment.

Stamps and other material used for stamp collection, were also distributed among the children to encourage them. The seminar was attended by Ms Sonia Verma, Incharge Middle Section and was conducted by Ms Kalpana Sharma.

The avid stamp collectors were also invited to be a member of the Philatelic Club. They were also encouraged to participate and exhibit their stamps at district level philatelic exhibition to be held at Ludhiana club on January 27,28.



Reema Jain murder case trial begins
Rajneesh Lakhanpal

Ludhiana, January 9
The Reema Jain murder case trial began today with recording of evidence of prosecution witness Renuka Jain.

Last month, the court had framed charges against Anil Jain, elder brother-in-law of Reema, Jasvir Singh of Narangwal, Kuldip Singh of Mandiani and Tarsem Singh of Kotmana.

The case would come up on for recording of evidence of the remaining prosecution witnesses on Feburary 1.



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