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Body found:
The Amloh police has recovered an unidentified body lying in Haripur minor of Bhakra Canal, on Anian raod near here. The person was about 50 years old. Amloh SHO Ajaipal Singh, Assistant Sub-Inspector Balbir Singh are investigating the matter. The body has been sent to the local civil hospital for post mortem examination.

4 thieves arrested: the Amloh police has arrested a gang of thieves allegedly involved in the theft of pigs. Talking to mediapersons, SHO Ajaipal Singh said with the arrest of Raju, son of Ram Singh, resident of Kheri Bhamal in Gurgaon distict, Arun Kumar, Suneel Kumar, all residents of Ambedkar colony Ludhiana, and Suneel Kumar, alias Kala, resident of Mullanpur, the police had unearthed a gang of thieves that was allegedly involved in the theft of pigs at various places. According to the police, Sunny, who is running a piggery on the Khanian road, Amloh, had reported a theft of  two female pigs from  his house.

Job fair held
: A ‘Rozgar Mela’ was organised by the district administration at the Rozgar Bhawan here on Wednesday. Over 1000 youths from all parts of the district took part in the fair. Deputy Director, Employment Generation and Training, Bathinda Harpal Singh said companies, including Bathinda refinery, the LIC, and the ICICI, had shortlisted candidates.

KV-1 registers 100 pc result in CBSE class XII: Students of the Kendriya Vidyalaya No-1, Bathinda Cantonment, have come up with flying colours in the CBSE class-XII examination, result of which declared on Wednesday. Principal of the school TD Garg said all 104 students who appeared in the exam had passed. He said nearly 85 per cent students of the school scored over 60 per cent while nearly 20 per cent students scored over 80 per cent marks.

Muktsar boy tops ISC exam: Raj Anmol Singh Garg, son of advocate Rajinder Kumar Garg and Neelam Garg of the Little Flower Convent Senior Secondary School, Muktsar, has bagged the first position in ISC Class XII examination by scoring 93.75 per cent (Best of Four). Principal Sr. Flower Therese DM congratulated Anmol over his success.

Nursing week:
International Nursing Week from 12 to May 18 was celebrated at the Desh Bhagat Colleg of Nursing Mandi Gobindgarh on the theme “Delivering Quality, Serving Community-Nurses Leading Chronic Care”. During this week, health education related to various chronic diseases viz. diabetes hypertension and asthma were given by the students of GNM 1 year and 2nd. A poster competition and cultural programme was held at the concluding function.Principal Kuldeep Longia gave away prizes to the winners.

Mullanpur Dakha
Blood donation camp
: The rural unit of the Ludhiana Youth Congress has decided to observe the “Balidaan Diwas”, the martyrdom day of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, by holding a blood donation camp. This was decided at a meeting chaired by Lakhbir Singh, president, Youth Congress, Ludhiana (Rural). Among others who attended the meeting were former minister Malkit Singh Dakha and Anil Jain and various workers and block presidents. It was unanimously decided that the district-level blood donation camp would be organised at Humbran 
on May 21.



Kerosene seized
: The food and supply officials raided the premises of a depot-holder and recovered a huge cache of kerosene oil stored there in an illegal manner. The recovery amounting to 1,740 litre was made from a house in Kakuram Gali in Narwana town about 35 km from here.


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