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With 98 pc score, Dilsher is ace of spades
CBSE Class X: More than 70 city students get 90 per cent and above
Jalandhar, May 29
Breaking previous record of the district, Dilsher Bhangal, a student of Guru Amar Dass Public School, has topped with 98 per cent marks in the CBSE class X examination this year.
WE ARE PROUD OF YOU: Topper Dilsher Bhagal with his parents in Jalandhar.
WE ARE PROUD OF YOU: Topper Dilsher Bhagal with his parents in Jalandhar.—Tribune photo by Pawan Sharma

Celluloid dreams for IAS aspirant topper
Jalandhar, May 29
Jaisandeep Bharaj of Innocent Hearts School has stood first in the district in plus two examination conducted by the CBSE by scoring 92.4 per cent marks in the non-medical stream. She not only dreams to be an IAS officer but, she is also planning to be a feature film maker too.


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Students bring laurels to KV and DIPS
Kapurthala, May 29
Students of Kendriya Vidyalaya (KV), RCF and DIPS school, Dhilwan, have brought laurels to their schools by performing well in 10th and 10+2 CBSE examinations for 2006-07 session. All 50 students of KV passed the +2 examination, whereas 100 out of total 101 students passed the tenth standard examination.

Villagers take fancy to fast food
Ballan (Jalandhar), May 29

A section of the residents of urban areas are shunning fast food due to its reported ill-effects to their health. However, on the contrary, fast food is becoming the liking of several villagers as some fast food shops have been opened in the recent past in a number of villages.

Meenakshi’s fast food joint in Ballan is a hit among villagers.—Photo by S.S. Chopra 

Meenakshi’s fast food joint in Ballan is a hit among villagers

RPF spruces up passenger security
Phagwara, May 29
Alarmed over increasing incidents of passengers being drugged and looted in the trains, the Railway Protection Force (RPF) has initiated steps to ensure safety of the passengers.

Training programme
A five-day training workshop for the faculty and members and students of computers and electronics department is being organised at Lovely Professional University with collaboration of NASSCOM. Students of 15 colleges in the region are participating in the workshop. Shivani Shrivastava, a senior manager, emphasised on clarity of fundamentals for churning out quality professionals. — TNS





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