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Jalandhar, May 31
Creativity has no limits. For Kuldeep Singh Nagla, a lecturer in the department of instrumentation and control engineering at Dr B.R. Ambedkar national institute of technology, being creative is not limited to a particular field.

K.S. Nagla, a lecturer at Dr B.R. Ambedkar National Institute of Technology, with his wooden sculptures and drift wood pieces in Jalandhar on Thursday.
K.S. Nagla, a lecturer at Dr B.R. Ambedkar National Institute of Technology, with his wooden sculptures and drift wood pieces in Jalandhar on Thursday. — Tribune photo: Pawan Sharma 


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A state-level board to start fresh inquiry
IUD: Gynae acquitted; family turns to DC
Jalandhar, May 31
A three-member committee of doctors has exonerated gynaecologist Vandana from the allegations of negligence on her part in the intra-uterine death (IUD) of a mature foetus early this month in RB Sewak Ram Hospital located at Kapurthala Chowk here.

Deathtrap on rail track
Phagwara, May 31
With ever-swelling population and vehicular traffic, residents of the town have started feeling the need for early completion of the Satnampura rail overbridge to avoid traffic congestion and risk to human life, especially at level crossings adjoining railway station.

Bollywood actor Rajpal passes away
Phagwara, May 31
Rajpal, a Bollywood actor and Phagwara resident, died of cardiac arrest in Mumbai on Tuesday night. He had worked as villain in “The Train” starring Rajesh Khanna, “Tere Mere Sapne” of Dev Anand, “Geeta Mera Naam” starring Sadhna, “Chirag” of Sunil Dutt, “Ulfat” of Raj Kumar, “Beiman” and “Sanyasi” of Manoj Kumar. He had a great combination with renowned film director R.K. Nayyar, husband of actress Sadhna, who gave him opportunity in several films.

‘Enough evidence against Amarinder’
Jalandhar, May 31
The Parkash Singh Badal government has enough evidence against the former Chief Minister Amarinder Singh’s involvement in the Ludhiana City Centre scam, acting president of Shiromani Akali Dal Sukhbir Singh Badal stated this here on Wednesday.

3 POs held in dowry case
Phagwara, May 31
The Phagwara police on Wednesday arrested three proclaimed offenders, Vinod Kumar, Ashok Kumar and Vipin Kumar, against whom a case of dowry harassment was registered in the year 2005. The trio was arrested from Amritsar.

5 hospitalised for food poisoning
Phagwara, May 31
Five members of a family at Lakhpur village were hospitalised here on Wednesday with suspected food poisoning after they had dinner at their home on Tuesday night.

Students rally for tobacco-free world
Jalandhar, May 31
To mark World No Tobacco Day, school and nursing institute students took out rally here today. The rally proceeded from ITI near Red Cross Bhawan and passed through various streets to finally conclude at the same venue.

Students carry placards at a rally to mark World No-Tobacco Day in Jalandhar on Thursday. — Tribune photo by Pawan Sharma
Students carry placards at a rally to mark World No-Tobacco Day in Jalandhar on Thursday.

RPF spruces up passenger security
Phagwara, May 31
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. Addressing passengers at Phagwara railway station, S.K. Rana, assistant commandant, RPF, asked them to not accept any eatables from unidentified persons and be vigilant while travelling.

Exhibition of research projects
Jalandhar, May 31
The DAV Institute of Engineering and Technology (DAVIET) organised an exhibition of major research projects prepared by their students of B.Tech (final) here.

Young World
Kanwarjot, Sahil & Amrit star for DIPS in CBSE exam
Jalandhar, May 31
Three students of Dhilwan International Public School, Nurmahal, have secured 90 per cent and above marks in the class X CBSE examination held this year. Kanwarjot Kaur has secured 91 per cent marks.

Abacus launches e-ticket service
Jalandhar, May 31
Abacus International, a travel facilitator firm, has launched e-ticketing with Malaysia Airlines. This enables Abacus’ travel agents in Malaysia and Singapore to issue e-tickets on Malaysia Airlines for all domestic flights and travel between Malaysia and Singapore on or after 15 July 2007.

Few show up at sangat darshan
Phagwara May 31
Are the people satisfied with the working of the civil and police administration? It seemed from a subdivisional-level sangat darshan held by Phagwara SDM Amarjit Paul here on Tuesday.




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