Blood donation: With the assistance of Baba Har Rang Ji Maharaj and the Youth Welfare Club, the Aasra Welfare Society organised a blood donation camp in the memory of the sacrifice made by Guru Govind Singh’s young sons, at a gurdwara in Har Rai Pur today. About 21 volunteers donated blood at the camp led by a team from the Government Hospital. On the occasion, the Red Cross presented mementos to the donors.
Injured: A car going from Bathinda to Moud turned turtle near Katar Singh Wala on Wednesday causing injuries to four persons, including two children.
Killed: One Phuman Singh was crushed to death on Tuesday night when while alighting from a tractor his foot pressed the gear lever by accident. Subsequently, the tractor ran over him.
Meeting: Youth leader of the Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee(PPCC) Dr Jasdeepak Singh met the AICC general secretary Rahul Gandhi in New Delhi and discussed various issues related to the youth on Tuesday. Jasdeepak Singh also apprised PPCC chief Rajinder Kaur Bhattal about the discussions with Gandhi. Bhattal appreciated the initiative taken by the youth leader in strenghtening the party organisation.
Elected: Following have been elected office-bearers of the Chandigarh Industrial Area Tenants Association: patrons - V.B. Jain and Prem Aggarwal; chairman - H.S. Dilawar; convener - R.S. Rathour; president - Sanjeev Sagar; senior vice-president - C.S. Jolly; vice-president - Ram Pal Sachdeva; general secretary - Bhupinder Singh Saini; secretary - Ajaib Singh; joint secretaries - Bhupinder Singh and K.S. Chaudhary; and treasurer - Panwan Kumar Singla.
FUNCTION: The five-day function, ‘Sadhna’, organised by Shri Ram Sharnam Satsang Sabha concluded at Sector 35 here on Wednesday. The function was organised under the supervision of Bhagat Satpal. Bhakti, jap, prakash granth, bhajans and kirtan were the activities scheduled for different days. Addressing the devotees, Bhagat Satpal urged them to attend more such functions in future for happiness and contentment. Meanwhile, the ‘akhand jap’ would continue for 24 hours in the months to come, he added.
MOHALI Camp: All-India Anti-Terrorist front Mullanpur unit organised a blood donation camp in rural area, Mullanpur village at Mullanpur Garibdass multipurpose service society. 48 units of blood were collected by General Hospital, Sector 16,
Camp: All-India Anti-Terrorist front Mullanpur unit organised a blood donation camp in rural area, Mullanpur village at Mullanpur Garibdass multipurpose service society. 48 units of blood were collected by General Hospital, Sector 16, Chandigarh.
Safety at stake: The residents of a colony of municipal council have expressed great concern over the indifferent attitude of the council authorities. They said their houses had become unsafe as they were not repaired for a long time. The council has constructed around one dozen houses in this colony for its class IV employees. Some of them are at the verge of collapsing. Vimla Devi, a resident of the colony said cracks appeared in the roofs and the floor of their house. She said surroundings of the colony were filled with garbage and filth. She said the residents had informed the executive officer and other councillors in this regard but no action was taken so far. Another resident Radhe said they would raise this matter with the state government.
Office-bearers elected: The following were elected office-bearers of the District Bar Association, Kaithal on Wednesday - president: Janeshwar Dass, vice-president: Balraj, secretary: Hardeep and joint secretary: Mukesh Sharma.