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Two plots were purchased by 
Ladhewali resident 27 years ago

Ensure party gets possession, NCDRC tells tehsildar

Jalandhar, February 26
The National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC), in a recent order, has asked tehsildar (sales) to deliver the possession of two plots purchased by a resident in an auction nearly 27 years ago.

NIT mulls tie-up with Scot varsity for biotech, other courses
Jalandhar, February 26
In its initiative to provide quality education, the Dr BR Ambedkar National Institute of Technology (NIT), Jalandhar, has come up with a proposal to introduce biotechnology, mechanical engineering and computer engineering courses in collaboration with the University of Dundee, Scotland (UK).

Dining Den
Dal fry, with a difference

Jalandhar, February 26
Customers eagerly await delivery of crispy pakoras at Jawali Di Hatti in Sadar Bazaar, Jalandhar A visit to Jalandhar Cantonment sans the taste of the lip-smacking “Jawali Ke Pakore” certainly means you have missed something.

Customers eagerly await delivery of crispy pakoras at Jawali Di Hatti in Sadar Bazaar, Jalandhar Cantonment. A Tribune photograph

Leg-breaks that bamboozle batsmen
Jalandhar, February 26
Twenty-two-year-old leg-spinner Rahul Sharma is on cloud nine these days. He took six wickets in the first match against the East Zone in the ongoing Vizzy Trophy being held in Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar, these days.

‘Casteist’ remarks: PSEB official’s arrest sought
Kapurthala, February 26
Several Dalits held a demonstration and blocked traffic for several hours at two different places of the town to demand arrest of PSEB official T.S. Thind for allegedly making remarks against the caste of a Dalit.

Ayurveda needs more attention, say experts
Jalandhar, February 26

Ayurveda, which is one of the oldest and most holistic medical systems, suffered a setback during Medieval and British rule in India. But institutions like Dayanand Ayurvedic College in Jalandhar have been trying to revive the ancient wisdom of ayurveda within the parameters of a modern medical science.

When Heavens Call
Students of Apeejay College perform during their annual prize distribution
Students of Apeejay College perform during their annual prize distribution 
function in Jalandhar. Photo: S.S. Chopra


Red cards: The wait is killing, say ‘84 riot victims
February 22, 2008
This is how we honour freedom fighters
February 20, 2008
Over 20 jhuggis reduced to ashes
February 15, 2008
Dollar delight for desi land
February 13, 2008
Country women hockey players struggle for an identity
February 8, 2008
Wadala cries foul over reservation of Doaba seats
February 6, 2008
Punjab hockey eves ready to take on Chattisgarh today
February 1, 2008
Race for DYC chief’s post hots up
January 30, 2008
Of men, their muscle power
January 25, 2008
Sewage plant to give Sutlej some relief
January 23, 2008
New barrack promises better deal
January 18, 2008
Next: Chic look for city cricket stadium
January 16, 2008
MC bulldozers keep roaring
January 11, 2008
Jailhouse rock: Inmates were waiting to exhale
January 9, 2008

Young World
St Soldier students to seniors: We’ll miss you

Jalandhar, February 26
Students of DAV College participate in the athletics and sports St Soldier Divine Public School, Kapurthala Road, organised a farewell party for its outgoing students. The cultural programme began with Saraswati Vandana and students presented dance on various Hindi and English numbers. The outgoing students were also given gifts as a token of love.

Students of DAV College participate in the athletics and sports meet in Jalandhar. Photo: S.S. Chopra

Balle balle to belle belle, city takes a hip swing 
Jalandhar, February 26
Choreographer Gaggun Bedi doles out Arabian dance lessons One, two…bang bang, three four…bang bang, five... bang, six...bang. It’s packed house at Café Arabia classes of choreographer Gaggun Bedi. The atmosphere is electric with the enthusiastic bunch of his pupils learning the art of mastering that sensuous “belle sushi” and shaking that indispensable belle accessory, the tingler. The “derriere dance” has become a rage in the city.

Choreographer Gaggun Bedi doles out Arabian dance lessons. Photo: S.S. Chopra 

Time to go Grande
Tata Motors has launched its latest passenger vehicle, Sumo Grande, which will be available at all dealerships in the country from Sunday. The vehicle combines the looks of an SUV with the comforts of a family car and is available in three variants and seven colours. Grande has been specifically designed to satisfy the needs of city customers in the areas of manoeuvrability and fuel efficiency. Designed with a longer wheelbase, Sumo Grande has comfortable three-row seating capacity. The interiors have a fire and stain resistant fabric upholstery. It’s price ranges from Rs 6.55 lakh to Rs 7.49 lakh. — TNS





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