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DIMT holds lecture on ‘Capital Structure’
Our Correspondent

Doraha, April 29
The Doraha Institute of Management and Technology, Doraha, has organised an extension lecture on ‘Capital Structure’ by Vijay Asdhir, principal, Kamal Lotia S D College, Ludhiana.

The speaker was welcomed by R.K. Lekhi, director, DIMT, Supreet Kaur, coordinator, and other staff members. Asdhir said the capital structure was one of the most important issues in corporate finance.

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GNIMT students shine
Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, April 29
Students of the Guru Nanak Institute of Management and Technology, Gujarkhan campus, have once again bagged several merit positions in the list released by Punjab Technical University recently.

For examination held in December 2006, Saloni Gupta of MBA (semester III) stood first with 89.75 per cent marks, while Parul Munjal bagged the second position with 89.62 per cent marks and Parul Bhandari secured the fifth position with 87.75 per cent marks in the university.

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‘Kirana da Kafila’ released
Asha Ahuja

Amarjit Kaur Naaz with her latest book of gazals “Kirana da Kafila”
Amarjit Kaur Naaz with her latest book of gazals “Kirana da Kafila”. — Photo by Inderjeet Verma

Ludhiana, April 29
“I feel that through the power of the pen one can bring in a lot of social changes in society and one does not need any other weapon,” said gazal writer Amarjit Kaur Naaz.

Today not only her second poetry book was released but she has been awarded with the first Bibi Dalip Kaur Yaadgari Puraskar constituted by her son Daljit Singh Jassal.

Talking to Ludhiana Tribune, she said: “This is my second poetry book. My first book “Kanya Sangrha” was based on female foeticide and had got an excellent response. In this book I have again highlighted the social issues plaguing society. We can fight against the female foeticide and dowry problems.”

Amarjit Kaur is a teacher by profession and writing gazals is her passion.

Asked whether people find time to read gazals in their busy schedule, she said cassette and audio companies should make cassettes and audio tapes of gazals so that people can listen to them while driving.

The number of kavi darbars have reduced and that has been a great setback to gazal writers and singers.

Among others present on the occasion were Daljit Singh Jassal, Niranjan Tasneem and Sardar Panchi.

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