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Repeat value
Whether it is the Congress or SAD-BJP alliance, old faces have been trusted again to win Jalandhar for their respective parties, reports Deepkamal Kaur
Even as the BJP is yet to disclose the name of its candidate from Jalandhar South constituency for the forthcoming Assembly elections, there already are at least 14 candidates from various political parties who are contesting for the second consecutive term this time.
Election fever begins in Jalandhar
Election fever begins in Jalandhar. — Photo by Pawan Sharma

Battlelines drawn
With the release of the Congress list of candidates, battlelines have been drawn on three of the total four seats of Kapurthala district while the party is yet to announce its candidate for the Phagwara (SC) seat.


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Flood of Chinese toys
The Chinese manufacturers have made inroads into the Indian market. Like many other consumer products, the Indian toys are now not seen in shops . The inexpensive Chinese toys have replaced them fully. The Indian middle class, who used to think Leo and other branded toys out of their range, are now buying these Chinese toys.

Just a thought
Gods of small jobs
Known for short and rough temper, I often end up hurting myself in the process of getting even with others. My torn shirts and broken zips are proof of several showdowns I have had with people at home and outside.

Young World
Audience mesmerised
A galaxy of artistes, including sitarists Saeed Khan and Sahitya Nahar, vocalist Aviraj Tayade, thumri specialist Kumud Diwan and ghazal singer Zameer Ahmed, mesmerised students, staff and music buffs at a two-day seminar on “Music: Job-oriented performing art” at Banarsi Dass Arya Girls College.
Sayeed Khan and his son, Adnan Khan, perform at Banarsi Dass Arya Girls College in Jalandhar cantonment. — A Tribune photograph
Sayeed Khan and his son, Adnan Khan, perform at Banarsi Dass Arya Girls College in Jalandhar cantonment



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