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CET Counselling
Few takers for PTU courses this time
Jalandhar, August 21
There has been a decreasing trend in the takers for the courses in biomedical, engineering, architecture and pharmacy offered by Punjab Technical University in its affiliated colleges. This was revealed during the CET counselling, which concluded in the city recently.

Sporty tadka for sis & bro
Jalandhar, August 21
After Chak De India, the sports effect now seems to flow in the form of “rakhis” as the city markets are thronged with “rakhis” displaying players of hockey and football. Small toys attached to soft net as background seem to be the flavour for the festival this year.
Girls take their pick from colourful rakhis at a shop in Jalandhar on Tuesday.
Girls take their pick from colourful rakhis at a shop in Jalandhar on Tuesday. — Photo by S.S. Chopra

Hi-tech studio for future journos
Jalandhar, August 21
The mass communication students of Jalandhar-based Doaba College have got an ultra-modern hi-tech media studio and a media block.


Abducted minor girl found murdered after ‘rape’
Jalandhar, August 21
The district police recovered the body of a five-year-old abducted girl from the fields of a farmer, Dhalwant Singh, in Randhawa Mansanda village this evening.

The divisibility factor
Which method will you opt for when you have to check the divisibility of any number by “9”? Will you go in for the traditional division method or will you follow some other method? If you don’t know the other easier method, let us learn how the divisibility of any number by “9” can be checked with the help of the addition operation.

Young World
Freshers’ party for air-hostess trainees
Jalandhar, August 21

A freshers’ party was organised for the new batch of students taking air-hostess training at Flying Cats Institute at Hotel Residency here. The students came dressed up in red and black outfits and danced to the tunes of the DJ. Various games also were organised to make the event rocking.
  • Village tour
  • Topper
  • Induction

Air-hostess trainees shake a leg at a freshers party in Jalandhar. — Photo by S.S. Chopra

Air-hostess trainees shake a leg at a freshers party in Jalandhar.

Magical number ‘37’
Since you have started reading this article, I assume that you must have some curiosity in your mind to know something about numbers. No doubt, most of the people have horror in their minds that numbers are very difficult to understand and to know about numbers we have to go through long multiplications and divisions.

IG Sahota, DIG Sidhu get police medals
Jalandhar, August 21
Inspector-General of Police Gurdev Singh Sahota and DIG Parampal Singh Sidhu, both posted at PAP, Jalandhar cantonment, were awarded the police medals for meritorious services on Independence Day. Selected to the IPS in 1987, Sahota remained on various posts, including DIG (border range), Amritsar, and SSP of Mansa, Fatehgarh Sahib, Khanna, Majitha and Amritsar.

IG G.S. Sahota
IG G.S. Sahota

DIG P.S. Sidhu
DIG P.S. Sidhu

School heads asked to plant 25,000 saplings
Phagwara, August 21
The local administration, headed by SDM Amarjit Paul, has launched a tree plantation campaign in the subdivision.

Councillors attest fake certificates
Phillaur, August 21
Two Congress councillors have been found guilty of attesting fake caste certificates of a person belonging to the Jat community.





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