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16 institutions participate in education fair
Tribune News Service

Ludhiana February 18
After organising its first successful education fair in Chandigarh on February 16, Kangaroo Studies launched its second fair here today.

Mr Gulshan Kumar, Senior Director of the company, said they had served the Punjab region for the past 11 years and following a positive feedback from parents of students, who had their education in Australia, decided to hold this exhibition for the benefits of the students from Ludhiana.

The fair was jointly opened by the company's director, Mr Vishal Pathania, and Mr Manoj Vadavat.

A total of 16 institutions, including University of Western Australia, La Trobe University, RMIT University, Swinburne University, University of New England, Deaking University, Murdoch University and James Cook University, participated in this exhibition.

A large number of students and parents visited. Many students got on the spot admission, which saved them of the admission fee ranging from Australian $50-100 for each admission.

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Class XII students get farewell
Our Correspondent

Ludhiana, February 18
Junior students and staff of Green Land Senior Secondary School bid a warm adieu to the students of the outgoing Class XII.

Mr Rajesh Rudra urged the students to learn value of time for attaining success. He asked them to be agents of social reforms and eradicate the vices prevalent in the society.

The students pledged that they would neither give, nor accept dowry.

The function ended with the students dancing to the tunes of their favourite numbers.

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Play performed in martyr’s memory
Tribune News Service

Ludhiana February 18
The Shaheed Baba Bhan Singh Memorial Trust performed a play in the memory of martyr Shaheed Bhan Singh at Sunet village here last evening. On this occasion, ‘vaar’ singing was also performed by the women of Baddowal.

Artistes of Lok Kala Manch, Mullanpur, performed the play titled "Choran De Vas Pai Ke Bharat Ma Kurlandi". It was a sarcastic dig at the corrupt politicians of the country. Through other short skits, same artistes spread the message that political leaders invited vulgar artistes to perform on stage during their rallies. Such tactics were used to woo the voters but vulgarity and violence disturbed the moral balance of youth.

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