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Sutlej Club Tax Row
MC bows before admn, withdraws auction notice
Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, January 6
In the battle between the district administration and the Municipal Corporation, it looks the latter has bowed before the former, as the civic body has withdrawn the auction notice issued to the Sutlej Club.

In a press note issued by the corporation today, Commissioner GS Ghuman stated that due to intervention of Patiala Divisional Commissioner Jasbir Singh Bir, the matter to recover house tax from the Sutlej Club was entrusted to the legal adviser of the corporation.

The legal adviser had advised that keeping in view the fact that Rs 33 lakh had been deposited by the club and a writ petition was pending in the Punjab and Haryana High Court, the balance recovery of house tax from the club should be deferred till the disposal of the case. Earlier, the High Court had ordered the Sutlej Club to deposit half of the arrears within three weeks which ends on January 10.

Interestingly, the civic body was earlier adamant that they would take the house tax of Rs 1.5 crore from the Sutlej Club.

Bir had earlier asked both Deputy Commissioner Sumer Singh Gurjar and Municipal Commissioner Ghuman to meet him today at Patiala and tell him what they had decided to resolve the matter as it had brought a bad name for the Punjab government. However, the meeting was cancelled today.

Notably, after the civic body had taken a strict stand in the Sutlej Club tax row many big defaulters like Apollo Hospital had come forward to pay their house tax. The civic body had published an auction notice of many defaulters along with the Sutlej Club scheduled for January 7.

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Woman falls prey to in-laws’ greed
Was ‘killed’ by her husband and in-laws in Toronto
to get insurance claim
Mahesh Sharma

Mandi Ahmedgarh, January 6
A year after Issru-based farmer's family sent their daughter to Canada to join her NRI husband there, they are miserably demanding her body be sent back after she was allegedly murdered by her husband and in-laws to claim insurance money.

Amandeep Kaur, a 24-year-old mother of a two-year-old son, was stabbed to death on the New Year day at her in-laws' house in Toronto. They allegedly surpassed all limits of cruelty and did not even inform her parents back home about her death. It was only after the Canadian police and insurance companies started making calls that her parents came to know about the incident.

The victim’s parents are in a shock. Till today, they are not able to come to terms with reality. The victim’s relatives alleged that her in-laws and husband had recently bought a house, a departmental store and a car on finance. All this consumed her life as her husband did not want to pay back the loan, they said.

Amandeep's uncle Avtar Singh alleged that the family killed her for money. Her post-mortem would be conducted at Toronto and her family is demanding that her body be sent back to them.

Narrating the sequence of events, Avtar Singh said Amandeep was married to Gurvinder Singh Gogi of Toronto in November 2005. The family had spent Rs 30 lakh on her marriage. They had gifted them Rs 23 in cash and Rs 7 lakh were spent on ceremony.

The groom was already engaged to another girl but the "marriage deal" could not be struck as the earlier girl was not from a well-to-do family, alleged Avtar Singh. He added that after marriage, Amandeep stayed in India for two years. Gogi kept on visiting her here. A son was born to them two years ago.

Last year, her papers were prepared and she flew to Canada leaving her son with parents and the in-laws wanted her to work to earn money. "We did not know they were so greedy. Had we known we would have never married our daughter," said Avtar, adding the police had arrested her father-in-law, Kamikkar Singh but her husband was still absconding.

“The height was when her husband's relatives visited us on January 2 asking for Aman's son. They did not tell us she was dead. It was only then that we received a call from Canada and found that she was no more. We do not know what would have they done to our grandson also,” said Avtar Singh. 

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Tribune Impact
MC to remove illegal gates
Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, January 6
While carrying out a demolition drive at Model House here today, Municipal Commissioner GS Ghuman directed officials to remove the gates which had come up on two public streets in the area.

Ludhiana Tribune, in its columns today, had published news-item "Gates on streets, MC sleeps", which highlighted the fact that various gates had come up on city roads and streets in an illegal manner, and residents had installed these on their own without seeking permission from the civic body.

Ghuman said, "All gates which had come up illegally on streets would be, no doubt, be removed. I would ask the officials to prepare a list of the areas where the gates have been installed illegally."

Notably, many areas in the city, including Model Town Extension, Model Town, Sarabha Nagar and BRS Nagar, had installed these gates and residents in some of these areas also restrict the entry of strangers during the daytime. Besides, the residents have also kept chowkidars for these gates, citing safety reasons.

According to the rule book, no public street or road could be closed by using gates without the consent of the municipal corporation. However, the rule is being flouted by residents at many places.

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Revenue work comes to standstill
Tehsildars, naib tehsildars proceed on
four-day mass casual leave

Kanchan Vasdev
Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, January 6
Putting scores of applicants to inconvenience in revenue offices of the district and causing loss to the state exchequer, all the tehsildars and naib tahsildars proceeded on a mass casual leave for four days to protest against the Vigilance Bureau (VB) action against a revenue official in Mullanpur recently.

Applicants in all the revenue offices in the district, including Mullanpur, Jagraon, Khanna, Samrala, Raikot, Sidhwan and all the three sub-registrar offices in Ludhiana had to return empty handed today.

While the employees were present in the offices, the sale deeds, wills and power of attorneys were not registered. This caused a loss to the state exchequer in the form of stamp duty and registration fees.

No tehsildar was ready to come on record about the issue. A meeting of their union was held yesterday in which they decided to protest against the action on their colleague, Shalinder Singh, who was caught red-handed while accepting a bribe of Rs 5,000 in Mullnapur.

All the sub-registrar offices in city wore a deserted look today as no work was taken up. Applicants came in the morning but went back soon after finding there was nobody to attend to them.

A local resident, Kartar Singh, who had come to get a sale deed registered in sub-registrar (E) office today, said he had to go back even today. “I came yesterday also, but the work was not done. Even today it is pending. I am told that no work will be taken up for four days. It is strange that a tehsildar has been arrested taking bribe and they are still protesting. Why should they shield a corrupt man?" he said.

Harnam Singh, another resident, said it was a sad state of affairs. “We all know that revenue offices are dens of corruption. Still they are protesting against the VB action,” he said.

Meanwhile, the district administration has deputed a senior official at the attestation window in Suvidha Centre so that the applicants were not inconvenienced.

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Truckers’ stir
Daily wage workers at the receiving end
Charu Chhibber
Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, January 6
In the ongoing fight between the government and transporters over the latter’s demands, 15,000 daily wage workers of Ludhiana working with various transport companies and individual transporters are on the receiving end. The stir has rendered them out of job with no alternate source of income.

The transporters are fighting against the government for their rights but in their struggle for justice, thousands of daily wage workers have been left to fend for themselves in the wake of complete shutdown of operations by the employers due to the stir.

These hapless workers are praying that the government and the transporters soon reach a compromise so they can get back to work.

Praveen Chaubey, a labourer who works for a local transporter on daily wages, said, "I am the single-earning member of a family of seven. The strike has landed me in trouble as operations of all transporters have been paralysed and since we do not have any regular source of income, we do not know where to go. If the stir continues for another two-three days, I will look for an alternate means of employment."

Voicing similar concerns, Ajay Pal, a labourer who helps in loading and unloading goods from trucks and is employed on daily wages with a local transporter, said, "We will be forced to look for other options if the strike does not end soon. It is getting very difficult to manage with no source of income and meagre savings."

A transporter said, "We can understand the problems being faced by daily workers engaged with us. But we are helpless.”

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Day 2
Transporters hold ‘matka phod’ protest
Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, January 6
The All-India Motor Transport Congress’ (AIMTC) strike entered the second day today. To register their protest against the inadequate reduction in the prices of diesel, the Ludhiana Transporters' Welfare Association held a "matka phod" protest at Transport Nagar in which local transport unions participated. Operations were completely paralysed as no delivery of goods was made and no fresh orders were booked.

Numerous pots were broken as mark of protest against the government amid raising of slogans by the transporters. Manohar Lal Kaushal, president, Ludhiana Transporters' Welfare Association, said, "We will continue our protest till the government fulfils our demands and intensify the stir in the coming days."

Prithvi Raj Sharma, Ludhiana Transporters’ Welfare Association, said, "Tomorrow, we will burn the effigy of Petroleum Minister Murli Deora to mark our protest." He added that lakhs of families across India were dependent on the trade for their livelihood and the government’s apathetical attitude could lead to unemployment, penury and poverty among these families. He said various transport unions had joined hands to fight against the "unjust policies of the government" and would take the stir to a conclusive end.

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COMMUNITY
 

Indo-Danish cultural fest ends
Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, January 6
The Indo-Danish cultural fest today concluded with the scintillating gymnastics and rhythmic dance performance by artistes from Denmark. A team of 32 gymnasts-cum-dancers from Denmark were in India from December and after giving performances in various cities, the festival concluded today at Partap College of Education.

The group won hearts of people not only in Ludhiana but wherever they went during their stay in the country. Everybody was mesmerised by their precise movements in rhythmic gymnastic skills, dance, artistic vaulting and tumbling.

A team of 28 students under the guidance of Thomas Dahl Johannes, boys’ coach, Anne Marie, girls’ coach and Marlene Soby, physical trainer, today gave a scintillating performance during the festival. Girls in colourful dresses showed their mastery in gymnastics.

During their stay, they attended morning assembly, lectures and seminars and have interacted with the college students. They also conducted group activities on Christmas and told the students about the importance of the day for them. They also taught craft and aerobics to the students by conducting workshops.

Today on the valedictory eve, besides troupe’s mesmerising performance, the students of the host college also gave a glimpse of Indian culture by presenting a bouquet of cultural programme. The eve was marked with folk dance, folk songs, display of gymnastics with rings, maintaining balance, physical exercises, etc. Danish performers in Punjab attire performing bhangra thrilled audience.

Principal Dr Balwant Singh in his address showed gratitude to all guests for sparing their valuable time by gracing the occasion. He also appreciated and congratulated the management, staff and students of the host college, with whose efforts the function ended with a great success.

He also shared his experience of his Denmark visit and added that under the academics/cultural exchange programme, the students and members of staff of Partap College of Education are planning to visit Denmark in the month of May 2009. He also quoted, “We are organising this international event with the theme of cultural diversity, enhancing cross country educational, sports and cultural relations with Denmark.”

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Online education in schools on anvil
Sheetal Chawla
Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, January 6
Government Senior Secondary Schools of Ludhiana district with science stream in class XII are being modernised with the facility of online education i.e. EDUSAT- educating children through education satellite. 41 schools in Ludhiana will be provided with this facility, said Baldeep Singh, a vocational teacher, Government Senior Secondary School for Boys, Jawahar Nagar camp.

Sanjeev Thapar, principal, Government Senior Secondary Model School, PAU, said they have received a complete set of equipment of EDUSAT. Explaining this, Meenu Gupta, a lecturer in chemistry, said EDUSAT was meant for career guidance and counselling and other entrance tests to be conducted after class XII. The pivotal centre will be a studio in Mohali connected to all centres (schools).

Through satellite, lecture will be delivered at the Mohali studio and students at these centres will see teacher and listen to the teacher. She further added that children could ask questions sitting here and interact with the teacher. The students’ queries will be flashed on the computer in front of the teacher and the teacher would reply to all queries.

Barjinder Kaur, principal, Government Senior Secondary School for Girls, Jawahar Nagar camp, said the students opting for medical and non-medical would get good coaching for the entrance tests of PMT and CET.

HK Mayer, principal, Government Multipurpose School, said the equipment kit received comprised of plasma TV, generator set, computer, video handycam with tripod, antenna with cable and converter card. He further said 600 sq ft area room with Internet facility and exhaust fan was required for the installation of EDUSAT.

In the modern age of infotech, the Punjab government's decision to impart online preparation for the entrance tests after class XII is a commendable achievement. The private coaching centres for these entrance tests have been fleecing the students by charging thousands of rupees and now students belonging to lower middle class families have this facility at their doorstep free of the cost.

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Reimbursement of Arrears
Arya College teachers in agitation mood
Shivani Bhakoo
Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, January 6
The management and staff of Arya College here once again seem to be at loggerheads. This time on the issue of reimbursement of arrears for 1997-98. The Arya College Teachers' Union (ACTU) is supposed to meet the management in this regard tomorrow and they have threatened if the management adopted the dilly-dallying attitude, they will be forced to resort to an agitation.

R.P.Sabharwal, president, ACTU, told The Tribune that after the intervention of court, part payment of about Rs 2.65 crore was released by the DPI (Punjab) a month back, which included the additionality grant.

Secretary of the union Prof Arvind Malhotra said, "We are to get the arrears of about Rs 26 lakh. We have come to know that the grant has already been released, but the management seems to be in no mood to disburse it among us. The teachers had given an ultimatum to the management on Friday but to no avail. Two representatives from teachers on the management board, including Prof RL Behl and Prof Parveen Sharma, had also accompanied us and extended their support".

Meanwhile, Dr SM Sharma, principal, Arya College, said following the court's orders, the state government had released the part payment on the basis of admitted claims and received grants. "But the whole situation will be cleared on January 27 on the next hearing of the court", said Dr Sharma.

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Farmers get tips on safe driving
Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, January 6
The department of farm power and machinery of Punjab Agricultural University and the traffic police, Ludhiana, jointly organised a road safety camp at Punjab Agricultural University today. The camp, which aimed to educate farmers on safe driving of their tractor trolley, was part of the 20th National Road Safety Week being observed from January 1 to January 7, 2009.

About 60 farmers who had come with the tractor trolleys were explained how fixing of slow moving vehicle emblem on the rear side of their vehicle could prevent accidents. Participants were given demonstration on fixing the emblem and were also given free emblem. An NGO for accident aids and traffic help (SAATH) had provided 3,000 emblems for free distribution among tractor-trolley owners.

Presiding over the camp, PAU director of extension education, Dr NS Malhi, said the emblem though a small simple reflector was indeed a valuable tool to check the accidents and to save many lives. "We must change our mind set and strictly follow the traffic rules for making life safe for ourself and for others," he remarked. “Three E's- education, engineering and enforcement were important for the road safety," he added.

Earlier, Pritpal Singh, road engineer, the traffic police, informed that about 95,000 deaths occur every year due to the accidents on the roads in India. In tractor-trolley accidents, about 60 deaths occur every year in Ludhiana alone. He stressed upon strictly observing the traffic rules while driving.

Dean College of Agricultural Engineering Dr PK Gupta, coordinator of research (Agriculture engineering) Dr VK Sehgal, SP traffic Roopinder Singh and DSP traffic Gurdeep Singh were present on the occasion.

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First model police station to function soon
Mohit Khanna
Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, January 6
Stage is all set for the first model police station to come up at Sarabha Nagar. Fully equipped with the ultra-modern facilities, this police station will start functioning officially soon, depending on the availability of the DGP NPS Aulakh.

SSP RK Jaiswal said, "The entire area under the Sarabha Nagar police station has been divided into 21 beats and each beat has been assigned to a beat officer. Each beat officer will have all details about residents and the buildings and other places in the area. These beat officers will remain directly in touch with the SHO of the police station. Besides, these beat officers will be attached to the police control room (PCR)."

For the convenience of the complainants, a beat chart has been installed in the police station to give complainant a clear idea, where he has to file his/her complaint.

Sarabha Nagar SHO Devinder Kumar said SSP RK Jaiswal had supervised the whole project and he was awaiting the SSP's orders as the work was almost complete.

Giving credit to NPS Aulakh, SSP Jaiswal said, "This work has been initiated by the DGP. Similar model police stations are being developed all over the state. In Ludhiana, we have begun with Sarabha Nagar police station but later other police stations may also be developed on similar pattern."

The SSP further said, "We aimed to give it a cooperate look and so far we have been successful in doing so. Special emphasis has been laid upon the behaviour of police personnel, which will be quite friendly."

A lower-rung officer in excitement said, "Visit our police staion and you will be surprised to see the modern furniture and other facilities in the police station. It is no more lousy and dingy like other police station."

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Under-construction boutique razed
Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, January 6
The Municipal Corporation demolished under-construction Taran’s boutique in Model House here today as the owner was constructing a commercial shop while the plan approved by the town planning department of the MC was that of residential.

The MC squad under the leadership of MC Commissioner G.S. Ghuman reached the spot around 10.30 pm and demolished the building without giving any time to the owner to use his "contacts". The commissioner was accompanied by ATP S.S. Bindra who is the in charge of D-zone.

The MC employed two JCB machines to demolish the structure so that it could not be further constructed. Sources said the building owner had got a residential plan sanctioned from the corporation and had been doing the commercial construction without any permission from the civic body.

The next target on the drive was encroachments on the road in Model Town Extension adjoining Sidhwan Canal. The MC demolished earthen pots of a potter who had allegedly encroached upon the area. Interestingly, a resident came to the rescue of the potter stating that the matter of the land was still pending in courts, but the MC officials revealed that the encroachment by the potter was not in question.

The last encroachers on the list were those who had encroached the pavement adjacent to the Pakhowal Bridge. Kiosks of these vegetable and fruit vendors had been removed earlier too by the MC but they had mushroomed again.

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Surprise check to curb ticketless travelling
Our Correspondent

Ludhiana, January 6
Several teams of travelling ticket examiners (TTEs) under the supervision of senior railway officials of Ferozepur division conducted a surprise check in more than half a dozen trains at the Ludhiana-Jalandhar section till late evening against ticketless travelling. In the course of the drive, some 120 passengers were caught without tickets and a penalty of more than Rs 26,000 was recovered from them.

Senior divisional commercial manager Dharmendra Kumar, who led the inspecting teams along with divisional commercial manager Manjit Singh Bhullar and local railway officials, told the trains, which were checked by the teams of TTEs, included up and down the Shane-Punjab, Jammu-Mumbai Superfast, Amritsar-New Delhi Superfast Express and some other trains both at Ludhiana and Jalandhar railway stations.

The railways will continue their relentless drive to curb the menace of ticketless travelling, he added.

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Councillors discuss development works
Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, January 6
BJP councillors discussed various development works that need to be initiated in their wards with Municipal Commissioner GS Ghuman during a meeting, which was held at the Circuit House here today, in the presence of BJP district president OP Bhardwaj.

The councillors complained about various works that had been lingering on in their wards, which mainly included construction of roads, sewerage, potable water and streetlights.

BJP councillor Sarabjit Kaka from ward No 44 said 80 per cent of water tanks in the city were not functional and were just being used to display advertisements. "Due to non-function of these water tanks people have to use submersible pumps for supplying water on third and other higher floors for creating pressure." In reply to it the commissioner asked officials to start the functioning of tankers immediately.

He also asked the civic body to open tenders that were submitted on December 16, 2008 which were still not opened and the commissioner directed the officials to do the needful in two or three days.

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Road safety week observed
Our Correspondent

Jagraon, January 6
The Jagraon police is celebrating the Road Safety Week which will conclude tomorrow. SSP (rural) Gurpreet Singh Bhuller said the traffic education cell made public, including various unions, school and colleges, aware of traffic rules and also gave tips to ply vehicles when there was fog.

The SSP along with SP Gurmail Singh Rai installed reflector on the vehicles in the camp organised near the main crossing of the Jagraon city yesterday.

A seminar was also organised at Raikot School as a part of the road safety week.

Traffic police in charge Raikot, Jagmohan Singh, addressed a 1,000 plus gathering of the students at SGG Senior Secondary School, Gondwal, and briefed the students and teachers about the traffic rules and safety procedures.

Satish Aggarwal, Vijay Jain and other trustees of the school also attended the seminar.

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Office-bearers elected

Ludhiana, January 6
Arun Goyal and Prem Gupta were elected as president and secretary, respectively, of Shree Raghunath Hospital Society in the elections of new office-bearers, held here yesterday. In all 29 candidates were in fray for 21 members to be elected to the managing committee.

Among other office-bearers of the hospital society are Rajesh Aggarwal, Pradeep Gupta, Rajnish Jain, DJ Jain- vice-presidents, Surinder Gupta- joint secretary, Varinder Singla- cashier, Mohinder Gupta, Kuldeep Singla, Vijay Abrol, Shekhar Gupta, Krishan Chand Gupta, ND Goyal, S Kumar Gupta, Suman Aggarwal, Anil Kumar Goyal, Sanjay Gupta, Vijay Jindal, Vipin Singhania, Prem Garg - members of the managing committee. — OC

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Woollens, shoes distributed
Our Correspondent

Mandi Ahmedgarh, January 6
Principal Pyara Singh distributed woollen garments and shoes among needy students of Government Senior Secondary School, Kalakh, near here, yesterday. Harpreet Singh, a social activist of the village, presided over the function as the chief guest, while Vicky Cheema and Babboo Verma were the guests of honour.

Addressing the function, they called upon politicians and elites of society to come to rescue of the students who were forced to drop out of the school due to poverty.

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Sadhu chief of Geetkar Sabha
Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, January 6
A meeting of the Punjabi Geetkar Sabha was held at Punjabi Bhawan under the chairmanship of Inderjeet Hasanpuri and Dev Tharike Wala today. Calendar for 2009 was released during the meeting.

The members selected Sadhu Singh as the working president and a five-member committee was also formed.

It was decided during the meeting that elections to elect the new office-bearers would be held on April 9.

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2 tractors stolen, 1 recovered
Our Correspondent

Jagraon, January 6
Two new Mahindra tractors were stolen from the Khalsa Tractor Agency situated on the Ludhiana road yesterday. Thieves entered the showroom by breaking the rear wall and managed to open the main entrance.

One of the tractors was found by the police near Kokri village.

Meanwhile, in another incident the thieves entered the house of Maninder Singh near the railway lines in Jagraon and decamped with cash worth Rs 20,000 and 60 gm of gold ornaments.

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Tribune Impact
No singing, only kabaddi: Sports Director
Mohit Khanna
Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, January 6
Taking cognisance of a report a report published in these columns, Director of Sports Pargat Singh has banned performance by singers during kabaddi events.

“From now onwards, no singer will be allowed to perform in the stadium during the kabaddi event," said Pargat Singh.

The action was taken after The Tribune report depicted the plight of the state-of-the-art stadium which bore the burnt of the over-enthusiastic crowd on Sunday who barged into the stadium and damaged the infrastructure when the Punjab pop singer Babbu Mann appeared on the stage after the kabaddi event.

The incident drew sharp criticism from the administration in general and police in particular. The police is now planning to levy security charges on the organisers if a singer performs in the kabaddi event.

"We are providing security for a sports event and not for a singing concert. Form now, if a singer performs after the kabaddi event, the organisers will have to pay the security charges to the police," SSP R.K Jaiswal said.

Renowned cager and Arjuna awardee Sajjan Singh Cheema has flayed the organisers for mixing sports with entertainment. He said that the IOC had still not affiliated the circle-style kabaddi. He holds the NRIs responsible for “corrupting” the youth by their deliberate display of money during such events, which entice youths towards greener pursuit.

"I appreciate the NRIs for spending money on the promotion of sports, but it should be spent in the right manner. Rather than spending money on circle-style kabaddi, which is unheard of once you cross the state, the organisers should spend money on some other sports which can bring positive results for the country." said Cheema, adding “kabaddi events are more of singing concerts and less of a sport these days as people come to listen the singers not to watch the sport.”

Davinder Singh Chhina, director of Punjab Cultural Promotion Council has also condemned the Sunday's incident. He said that the singer should take moral responsibly and apologise to the sports fraternity.

“If singers worship the stage before their performance, the players also give similar respect to their playing arena. The Sunday's incident was uncalled for and the singer should not have requested to bring his vehicle inside the stadium. Thankfully, the vehicle ride has not damaged the costly synthetic track, but it has certainly damaged the spirit of players,” said Chhina.

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Katoch Shield: 32 probables selected
Our Sports Reporter

Ludhiana, January 6
Over 70 aspirants attended the trials conducted by the Ludhiana District Cricket Association (LDCA) here yesterday on the Arya College ground, Civil Lines, and shortlised 32 probables to prepare the Ludhiana senior team for the forthcoming Punjab State Inter-District Cricket Tournament for the Katoch Shield to be organised by the Punjab Cricket Association from January 20 at different venues across the state, according to Vinod Chitkara, honorary general secretary, LDCA.

The selection panel of the association, including Chaman Lal Malhotra, Sham Lal, Naresh Marwaha and Pawan Kumar, supervised the aspirants before shortlisting the probables.

The names of the probables are: Ankur Kakkar, Gaurav Marwaha, Deepak Bansal, Bharat Malhotra, Geetansh Khera, Tarun Passi, Chinton Sehgal, Varun Gupta, Varun Chitkara, Rahil Nanda, Sakun Jindal, Sahil Arora, Akhil Aggarwal, Munish Sanwal, Chander Shekhar, Ashish Kumar, Rahul Arora, Sanjay Kumar, Jagarpreet Singh, Sunny Kumar, Sayant Batra, Vivian, Naveen Verma, Arun Sharma, Gagandeep Dhand, Rahul Singla, Lalit Malhotra, Shehzada, Jasdeep Singh, Mohit Sharma, Gurjit Singh and Mohik Sharma.

The selected boys have been advised to attend coaching-cum-training camp slated to start at Arya College from January 7.

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