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Time to teach netas some green lessons
“Save water, save life,” says Baba Seechewal who cleaned up the Kali Bein in 2000To questions: Are politicians concerned about environmental changes around them or have they made environment and ecology election issues, the answer is a big no. But even as they remain apathetic, issues like shrinking lakes, declining flora and fauna and increasing air and water pollution are worrying green activists.
“Save water, save life,” says Baba Seechewal who cleaned up the Kali Bein in 2000. — Photos by S.S. Chopra

It is time for the politicians to understand the nuances of ecology and environment. Trees make the earth a green heaven. — Baba Sewa Singh Baba Sewa Singh


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The rivers of Punjab are facing an ecological crisis as the pollution level has increased resulting in a threat to people and aquatic creatures. — Ram Singh Dhesi Ram Singh Dhesi If we don’t show urgency about the need to protect natural resources, there might not be enough resources to worry about or protect later. — Umendra Dutt Umendra Dutt


Lohri celebrated with gaiety in city schools
Eklavya School celebrated Lohri on Saturday. The school was decorated with charts, balloons and kites. Students presented a cultural programme which included dances on the tunes of “Moddeyan te rakh dangan”, “Maar udaari” and “Lohri geet”. Children enjoyed the programme with peanuts, popcorn, gachak and reoris and had fun around the bonfire.

Market Buzz
Amway office in city

Amway India, the country’s largest direct selling FMCG company, opened its office in Jalandhar on Monday. DC Mr. A. Venu Prasad and Amway’s director marketing and distributor relations, Mr. Stephen Beddoe, inaugurated the office at Chotti Baradari, Garha Road here.




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