safe — don’t lose vision
with colours, but not with
vision. The festival of colours - Holi-takes a heavy toll each year.
Children as always are soft targets and are more at risk. But adults
are not immune to such injuries, claims ophthalmologists.
Devotees dressed as Lord Krishna (right) and Radha participate in festivities surrounding the festival of Holi in Amritsar on Friday. — AFP
Bazaar losing its sheen
the holy city of Sikhs, is also known for its over 500 years old
markets that been a witness to all ups and downs that the walled city
has been a witness to.
pc make it to higher education: Board chief
of the total school-going
children across the state only seven percent are able to get higher
education, lamented Dr H.S. Sidhu, chairman, Punjab School Education
Board (PSEB), during his convocation address at Guru Gobind Singh
Khalsa College, Sarhali.
Dr H.S. Sidhu, chairman, Punjab School Education Board, awards degree to a
student of Guru Gobind Singh Khalsa College, Sarhali. — Photo by Rajiv Sharma
celebrates Raising Day
officers and jawans of the
176 Field Regiment celebrated its 40th Raising Day on March 1 with
enthusiasm and gaiety. Various philanthropic activities were held to
commemorate the event which included donations bestowed upon the
Missionaries of Charity and Central Khalsa Orphanage.
officers attend seminar
health department has
organised a seminar under the Revised National TB Control Programme at
the Tarn Taran Civil Hospital. Dr Karanjit Singh, civil surgeon, was
the chief guest.