Students visit Science city : Students of the Harbhajan Institute of Competitions, Bathinda, went on an educational tour to the the Science City in Jalandhar. Teachers Shweta and Ankush accompanied the students. Harbhajan Singh, managing director of the institute, said the tour proved helpful for the students in learning innovations and research achievements in science and technology. They saw the latest techniques and learnt the principles of science in a practical way. “This has really been a wonderful experience for us,” the students said.
IBM hires 22 students: IBM Global held campus placement drive at the Baba Farid Group of Institutions in Bathinda for hiring the final year students from BBA, B Com and BCA on Monday. The IBM team members and Meenakshi Khanna and Ketan Bansal visited the campus for recruitment process. Presentation was delivered followed by written test and the final HR round. A total of 22 students were selected during the placement drive. “All the students who were shortlisted received the offer letters,”claimed the college spokesperson. The principal of the institute congratulated the students and wished them all success in life for their future endeavours. The students are hopeful of a successful career ahead.
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One dies in road accident: Vishal of Ghaniyaar village was killed on the spot and his pillion rider Sahil of Mekhwin village was injured seriously when their bike hit a speeding jeep coming from the opposite direction near Berry Mian village, 30 km from here, on Sunday evening. Sahil was rushed to the Regional Hospital here and his condition was serious. The driver of jeep fled from the scene and a case has been registered against him. The jeep has been seized by police.
Tempo driver shot at: Miscreants allegedly opened fire on a tempo driver at Pantnagar in Udham Singh Nagar district on Sunday evening. The driver, Harpal Singh (50) of Rudrapur, has sustained head and face injuries. On late Sunday evening, a youth hired the tempo from DD Chowk in Rudrapur and asked the driver to take him to the industrial zone near Pantnagar. Later, two others also joined him. When they reached an isolated spot, they allegedly opened fire on him. According to sources, Harpal had a spat with two persons on September 21. This attack is being presumed to be an outcome of that spat. Investigations are on in the matter. Cash, jewellery stolen: Tournament participant dies: Villagers end relay fast: Three held for smuggling: (Compiled by Rajeev
Cash, jewellery stolen:Thieves broke into a house in Khupa village of Nainital district on late Saturday night. Interestingly, they took away a big almirah lying in the house. According to the owner of the house, Rattan Singh, there were Rs 5,000 in cash and jewellery worth Rs 35,000 in it. Later, the almirah was found lying in a nullah by some milk vendors of the area.
Tournament participant dies:A tourist from Surat, who had come to participate in a tournament in Nainital, died of a heart attack. The victim, KS Desai (70), had come to Nainital a few days ago to participate in the All-India GM Memorial Bridge Tournament being held at Boat House Club. He was staying in a private hotel on Mall Road, where he was found lying in an unconscious state. He was taken to BD Pande Hospital where he was declared brought dead.
Villagers end relay fast:A group of agitating villagers in Champawat district have ended their relay fast following an assurance given by the local administration to address their concern regarding the construction of a road. The villagers had been observing the fast since September 22 in support of their demand for the construction of a road from Salna to Government Inter-college at Gangol via Kanakot. They said due to no connectivity to the inter-college, teachers were not willing to come there for duty and this has been having an adverse impact on education. The administration has assured that a survey regarding the construction of the road would be carried out soon.
Three held for smuggling:The Kaladhungi police has arrested three persons on a charge of smuggling liquor into Uttarakhand. They have been identified as Khajan Singh, Ganesh Singh and Ranjeet Singh. They are residents of the Bazpur area of Udham Singh Nagar district. They were nabbed separately. The police has also seized 154 pouches of countrymade liquor from their possession.
(Compiled by Rajeev Khanna)