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Fish market parking project dumped
Jalandhar, October 14
A shopping mall-cum-underground parking project that had been taken up by the municipal corporation almost two years back in the fish market area here has been shelved as of now.

LPG transfer to plants through pipeline soon: Bedi
Jalandhar October 14
Revealing that the on-going work on laying a dedicated pipeline to transfer liquid petroleum gas (LPG) from Panipat to Jalandhar of the Indian Oil Corporation would be completed soon. Stating this here today, general manager of the company H.S. Bedi said that once operational the risky mode of transporting the LPG through gas tankers would be phased out.

Rough ride: Forum asks Euro airlines to pay up
Jalandhar, October 14
Announcing an award of Rs 50,000 and costs of Rs 5,000 to a Phagwara-based resident, the district consumer disputes redressal forum has held Euro Fly Airlines, Delhi, responsible for causing delay and inconvenience to a complainant and his family on their return flight from Italy.

Nov 2: See the AIDS campaign on track
Jalandhar, October 14
After chugging past over 166 stations and traversing across thousands of kilometers for the past 11 months, the Red Ribbon Express, which is in the last leg of its tour, will make a halt at Jalandhar railway station from November 2 to 4.


Road repair projects may take off by month-end
October 10, 2008
Ban in place, city gears up to kick the butt
October 3, 2008
Kapurthala residents can breathe easy now
October 1, 2008
MC plans satellite survey of its area
September 26, 2008
Stuck in stink: Sewers are luxury in Kapurthala
September 24, 2008
Town planners housed in dingy building
September 19, 2008
Drain dead: Phagwara MC chief’s ward without sewer
September 17, 2008
MC tells a patchy road story as city gears up for Sodal Sunday
September 12, 2008
You can’t steer past the pothole pain
September 10, 2008
Army gene runs in Sekhon family
September 5, 2008
Op redeem green to lessen the axe effect
September 3, 2008
Science City gets two new guests
August 29, 2008
Stray hoofs leave cantt residents a harried lot
August 27, 2008
Garbage adorns every nook and cranny of city
August 22, 2008
Dist police functioning reminds of British Raj
August 20, 2008

Creating A Livelihood

A roadside artisan touches up a sculpture in Jalandhar. Photo: Suryakant
A roadside artisan touches up a sculpture in Jalandhar. Photo: Suryakant

Sculptors’ joy
Kapurthala, October 14
Eminent sculptors from north India, led by renowned artist RC Sagar, will carve out sculptures for next ten days at Nawab Jassa Singh Ahluwalia Government College here.

Aditya, Suman earn berth to golf tourney
Jalandhar, October 14
Aditya Gupta and Suman Puri booked their place in the Jalandhar Golf Club team for the Northern Zone regional final of the McDowell's Signature Club Golf Championship. In the intra-club tournament, the first stage of the multi-city event, held at the Jalandhar Golf Club here on Saturday, Aditya Puri who tallied 34 stableford points emerged as the winner in the 0-8 category, while Suman Puri emerged as the runners-up.

Young World
A gift for someone spl
Students of St Soldier Divine Public School interact with inmates of Pingla Ghar. Jalandhar, October 14
The St Soldier Management and Technical Institute, Kapurthala, organised a seminar on the World Trade Organisation (WTO) on Saturday. As many as 200 students of MBA participated in the function. Prof Rashpal Singh from Layallpur Khalsa College addressed the students and explained the importance of the WTO and its impact on business world.

Students of St Soldier Divine Public School interact with inmates of Pingla Ghar. 

Walk to fight arthritis
Participants during a walk organised on World Arthritis Day in Jalandhar.Jalandhar, October 14
As part of worldwide “walks” to promote and inculcate the habit of walking, a local hospital organised a special walk in view of World Arthritis Day on Sunday. Over 250 persons participated in the walk started from Satyam Hospital, Kapurthala Chowk and culminated at Apeejay School.

Participants during a walk organised on World Arthritis Day in Jalandhar.

More and more vehicle owners these days are using LPG meant for domestic use in their vehicles as fuel. They don’t realise that this way they are harming society at laarge. On the one hand they create shortage of LGP refills for consumers and on the other they put their own life as well as that of members of the family in danger because it has never been safe to use LPG with market-fitted kits of poor quality. Also they endanger the life of other road users.







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