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National Votersí Day observed
Bathinda, January 25
Bathinda DC S. Karuna Raju giving away voter ID cards on the National Votersí DayThe National Votersí Day was observed in Bathinda, Faridkot, Barnala and Muktsar districts today.


Bathinda DC S. Karuna Raju giving away voter ID cards on the National Votersí Day on Tuesday. A Tribune photograph

Punjab Mail off track till Jan 28
Ferozepur, January 25
The railways have cancelled the Ferozepur-Mumbai Punjab Mail (12138) till January 28 due to the blockade of rail tracks near Jind in Haryana following protests in the area.


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National Votersí Day observed

Bathinda, January 25
The National Votersí Day was observed in Bathinda, Faridkot, Barnala and Muktsar districts today.

In Bathinda, a district level function was organised at the local SSD Girls College which was presided over by Bathinda Deputy Commissioner Dr S. Karuna Raju.

Dr Raju told the gathering about the importance of the National Votersí Day and administered a pledge to cast votes without fear and maintain the highest traditions of democracy.

Among others who were present at the function included Bathinda SSP Dr Sukhchain Singh Gill, Bathinda SDM KPS Mahi, District Revenue Officer Kiran Jain and District Development and Panchayat Officer Parampal Kaur. The students from various schools and colleges also participated in the function. ó TNS

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Punjab Mail off track till Jan 28
Our Correspondent

Ferozepur, January 25
The railways have cancelled the Ferozepur-Mumbai Punjab Mail (12138) till January 28 due to the blockade of rail tracks near Jind in Haryana following protests in the area.

Vishwesh Chowbey, DRM, Ferozpur division, said the train has been cancelled till January 28. However, if the law and order situation improves and the blockade is lifted from the rail tracks, the train service will resume.

He said the Ferozepur-Mumbai Janata Express has already been cancelled till January 31 and the routes of some other trains have been altered.

Railway sources said the Ferozepur-Delhi passenger train has also been cancelled.

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