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15,000 offenders at large
Phagwara, May 3
More than 15,000 proclaimed offenders (POs) in the state were still at large, while more than 700 POs were still wanted in Kapurthala district, said Rakesh Aggarwal, senior superintendent of police, Kapurthala, while talking to newsmen after addressing several village sarpanches and panches at the local KG Resorts and prominent citizens of the town in the local City Club here.

Now robot for watering plants
Jalandhar, May 3
Two final-year students of the Instrumentation and Control Engineering Department, Dr B.R. Ambedkar National Institute of Technology (NIT), have developed a lawn water sprinkler robot that has been programmed to check wastage of water and distribute it uniformly.

Insurance co told to pay for stolen scooter
Kapurthala, May 3
In a significant judgement, the Kapurthala District Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum directed National Insurance Company to pay a consumer the insured amount of Rs 25,902 after deducting depreciation charges as per terms of the policy for a stolen Bajaj Chetak scooter with 12 per cent interest per annum from the date of filing of the complaint till realisation.


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With trees in full bloom, it seems even this hoarding cannot resist the temptation of this Gulmohar tree near Namdev Chowk in Jalandhar.
Summer fiesta:
With trees in full bloom, it seems even this hoarding cannot resist the temptation of this Gulmohar tree near Namdev Chowk in Jalandhar. — Tribune photo: Pawan Sharma

Young World
Apeejay team to visit NASA
Jalandhar, May 3
Having won the international space settlement design competition in July last, students of Apeejay School have once again made their mark by winning the annual space settlement design contest organised by the NASA Ames Research Centre, California, in collaboration with the National Space Society.

PCCTU poll: Ruling group talks tough
Jalandhar, May 3
Heat is on for a keen contest between the two warring groups of the Punjab and Chandigarh College Teachers’ Union (PCCTU), elections to which are scheduled to be held on May 13 at Lyallpur Khalsa College here.

Kingpin of car-lifter gang arrested
Phagwara, May 3
The police claimed to have busted an inter-state gang of car-lifters with the arrest of the main accused, Mohammed Juner Khan, a resident of Jama Masjid, Delhi. Two cars have been recovered from the accused, who was brought to Phagwara from Jalandhar by the police on production warrants here today.

Phagwara turns into bin
Phagwara, May 3
With choked sewerage, garbage dumps, potholed roads, traffic snarls, rising pollution and depleting green cover, Phagwara town, it seems, is going to the dogs.

Market Buzz
Sahara pampers NRIs with care house
Jalandhar, May 3
Sahara India Pariwar today announced the launching of Sahara Care House, a single window platform for NRIs enabling one-point easy access for over 60 support and care services for themselves, their families and friends in India.

Honesty still persists
Phagwara, May 3
Local motor mechanic from Amritsar Jatinder Singh has proved that honesty still persists in the country.

Models display sunglasses in Jalandhar on Thursday. ‘Goggles’ fest kicks off
Jalandhar, May 3
The ‘Goggles Festival Summer-2007’ took off at the Himalya Opticals in Model Town here today with a photo session studded with pretty models. A vast range of goggles and sunglasses of well known brands have been displayed at the showroom. Amardeep Singh, the manager of the showroom, said that the festival has been designed to help people in selection of suitable sunglasses from a vast range available at the place.

Models display sunglasses in Jalandhar on Thursday. — A Tribune photograph

Murder bid on husband, 6 booked
Phagwara, May 3
The police has booked a woman and five others, including her four brothers and paramour, allegedly in an attempt to eliminate her husband at the nearby Malikpur village here on Wednesday night.

Reservation politics
It is unfortunate that our honourable elected representatives of today, unlike their predecessors, have only one agenda i.e. to remain in power and would not mind sacrificing the interest of the nation provided no harm comes to their own interest.







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