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Budha Nullah still a toxic vein of city
Ludhiana, February 9
Garbage dumped into Budha Nullah at Gandhi Nagar in Ludhiana The efforts to clean Budha Nullah are proving futile as the Ludhiana Municipal Corporation has failed to check the dumping of solid waste into the nullah.
Garbage dumped into Budha Nullah at Gandhi Nagar in Ludhiana. Photo: Inderjeet Verma

3 travel agents arrested for duping youths
Khanna, February 9
The police with the recovered passports and money The Machhiwara police has arrested three travel agents for duping several youths on the pretext of sending them to Australia.


The police with the recovered passports and money


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Students perform during the 43rd annual athletics meet of Ramgarhia Girls College in Ludhiana on Saturday
Students perform during the 43rd annual athletics meet of Ramgarhia Girls College in Ludhiana on Saturday. Tribune photo: Himanshu Mahajan

Copís daughter rams car into BMW
Ludhiana, February 9
High drama was witnessed after a policemanís daughter rammed her car into a BMW before hitting a motorcyclist near Mini Secretariat today.

Hooked to drugs, these youths are on a revival path
Ludhiana, February 9
Coming out of the blind alley of drug addiction is not easy, yet these young men who got hooked to drugs are trying their best to lead a normal life.

Stray dogs roam freely on the streets of Ludhiana Dog bite cases on the rise in district
Ludhiana, February 9
With increase in stray dog population, there is also a spurt in dog bite cases in the district. The victims have to bear the pain of injections and they also have to shell out Rs 1,200 to 1,500 from their own pockets to save their precious lives against rabies.

Stray dogs roam freely on the streets of Ludhiana. A file photo


COMMUNITY

In the absence of safety grills, the elevated road near Master Tara Singh Memorial College in Ludhiana has turned into a deathtrap MC blind to commutersí safety
Ludhiana, February 9
Every time a city resident dies in an accident on Elevated Road, the Ludhiana Municipal Corporation officials visit the spot and make tall claims of installing safety grills there. But ironically, once the memory of such an accident fades away, the officials donít act.


In the absence of safety grills, the elevated road near Master Tara Singh Memorial College in Ludhiana has turned into a deathtrap. Photo: Inderjeet Verma

The road that was dug up for laying of sewerage is yet to be levelled in Jagraon Delay in work fumes residents
Jagraon, February 9
Resentment prevails among residents and shopkeepers over the delay in construction work on Malak Road. The residents said workers of the municipal council had dug up the road for laying pipelines three weeks ago.


The road that was dug up for laying of sewerage is yet to be levelled in Jagraon. Photo by writer

CME on burn care
Ludhiana, February 9
The department of plastic surgery today organised a two-day CME on ''Total Burn Care" at Dumra Auditorium today.

Itís time to celebrate love
Ludhiana, February 9
It is that time of the year when love is celebrated.

Rifle body chief sacked
Ludhiana, February 9
Retaliating against the conduct of president of the Punjab Rifle Shooting Association (PRSA) Gurbir Singh Sandhu's "autocratic" decision to remove the elected office-bearers, functionaries of the association sacked Sandhu from the post of president. The decision was taken in a meeting of the executive committee of the association held today.

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Kisan Clubs formed
Ludhiana: Scientists of the Central Institute Post Harvest Engineering and Technology (CIPHET) apprised farmers of useful technologies for enhancing income during the launch of two Kisan Clubs at Fangla and Jalla villages in Ludhiana. Head, transfer of technology, CIPHET, Dr Deepak Raj Rai said farmers could increase their income by adopting technologies of value addition in post-harvest sector.

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Ban on hookah bars
District Magistrate Rahul Tewari has imposed ban on hukka bars under Section 144 of the CrPC. He said that none of the visitors in restaurants or hookah bars would be served hookah from now onwards. He said that these orders would be implemented across the entire district, including municipal corporation, the municipal committee areas, and in villages which constitute the revenue district of Ludhiana. He said that action would be taken if anybody is found violating these orders under Section 188 of the IPC.

A student takes part in an event during an athletics meet at Ramgarhia Girls College in LudhianaRekha Rani declared best athlete
Ludhiana, February 9
The 43rd annual athletics meet of Ramgarhia Girls College, Miller Ganj, Ludhiana, was held today. The meet was declared open by Nilambari Jagdale, ADCP-1, Ludhiana, in the presence of Ranjodh Singh, president, Ramgarhia Educational Council, Harbans Singh, general secretary and principal Dr Narinder Sandhu.
A student takes part in an event during an athletics meet at Ramgarhia Girls College in Ludhiana. Tribune photo: Himanshu Mahajan

 




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