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MLA asks govt to declare open rly overbridge for public
Bathinda, August 7
Local MLA Harmandir Singh Jassi today asked the government to declare open for the public soon the rail overbridge constructed to make the passage to Mansa, Talwandi Sabo and Dabwali a smooth one.

Students hurt in mishap
Fazilka, August 7
Over ten students were reportedly injured as a bus skidded near the Government Primary School of village Lamochar Khurd on the Jalalabad-Fazilka road today.As per the details, the bus was on its way to the school. As the bus reached near the Government Primary School of village Lamochar Khurad, the driver of the bus, Gurjant Singh, in a bid to save a cyclist, lost control over the vehicle that turned turtle and fell in a paddy field. 

Flood victim dead
Death of a Sriganganagar resident in the flash floods that hit Leh and adjoining areas, following cloudburst recently, has been confirmed through a phone call. Veeru Ram was among those 117 persons whose bodies had been found. OC 


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MLA asks govt to declare open rly overbridge for public
Tribune News Service

Bathinda, August 7
Local MLA Harmandir Singh Jassi today asked the government to declare open for the public soon the rail overbridge constructed to make the passage to Mansa, Talwandi Sabo and Dabwali a smooth one.

He said the delay in declaring it open was causing problems to commuters. The MLA also pointed out that any further delay would imply that the SAD-BJP government was penalising the people of Bathinda for not having overwhelmingly voted for them in the last elections.

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Students hurt in mishap

Fazilka, August 7
Over ten students were reportedly injured as a bus skidded near the Government Primary School of village Lamochar Khurd on the Jalalabad-Fazilka road today.As per the details, the bus was on its way to the school. As the bus reached near the Government Primary School of village Lamochar Khurad, the driver of the bus, Gurjant Singh, in a bid to save a cyclist, lost control over the vehicle that turned turtle and fell in a paddy field. Some of the students sustained fractures. The injured were admitted to different hospitals.

Since none of the parents lodged any report with the police, no case has been registered. SDM Jalalabad, Rajiv Prashar, confirmed the incident and said only a few students were injured and they were discharged after the treatment. OC

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