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THE TRIBUNE SPECIALS
50 YEARS OF INDEPENDENCE

TERCENTENARY CELEBRATIONS

Lack of funds hits stadium work
Jalandhar, January 17
Even as the five-year-old project of a world-class cricket stadium and a sports hub on a 63-acre land at Burlton Park came out of legal hurdles two months ago, the Rs 450-crore project has not been able to get through owing to the paucity of funds.

Year on, burglary haunts bank employees
Jalandhar, January 17
A view of the Punjab and Sind Bank, Reru branch, Jalandhar, where burglars had broken open 40 lockers last year on January 18 On January 18 morning last year, the news of burglary at the Punjab and Sind Bank branch in Reru village had spread like a forest fire in the city.


A view of the Punjab and Sind Bank, Reru branch, Jalandhar, where burglars had broken open 40 lockers last year on January 18. Photo: Sarabjit Singh


EARLIER STORIES



Seven held in attempt to murder case
Jalandhar, January 17
The Bhargav Camp police nabbed seven persons on the charges of attempt to murder today.

Deserted by NRI husband, woman seeks justice
Jalandhar, January 17
“He forced me to stay back and take care of his unmarried brother alone in the house while he went back to New York with his parents immediately after our marriage in 2011.

Teachers demand withdrawal of case
Jalandhar, January 17
Members of the PCCTU hold a protest in Jalandhar on Friday On the call of the Punjab and Chandigarh College Teachers Union, all the colleges affiliated to the Guru Nanak Dev University remained closed from the second period onwards today. College teachers held protest at the Desh Bhagat Yadgaar hall and Amritsar.


Members of the PCCTU hold a protest in Jalandhar on Friday. A Tribune Photograph
Shankar Samrat drives a bike blindfolded in Jalandhar on Friday
Wizardry: Shankar Samrat drives a bike blindfolded in Jalandhar on Friday. Tribune Photo: Malkiat Singh

2 business units sealed
Jalandhar, January 17
The State Bank of Patiala today sealed two business establishments of a city based wholesale chemist for not paying a bank loan worth Rs 5 crore.

Five armed robbers loot shop
Phagwara, January 17
Five unidentified armed robbers looted a shop dealing in electrical equitment near JCT Mills here this evening.

Lecture on contemporary issues in leadership, management
Jalandhar, January 17
A two-day international conference on 'Contemporary Issues in Leadership and Management' was organised by the Post Graduate Department of Commerce and Management at Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya.

from schools
KMV professor gets Shiksha Ratan Puruskar
Jalandhar: Dr Monica Sharma, a professor in Department of History, Kanya Maha Vidyalaya (KMV), received Shiksha Ratan Puruskar from Dr Bhisham Narain Singh, former Governor of Tamil Nadu and Assam at a function organised by the India International Friendship Society in New Delhi.
Visitors take a round of Pushpa Gujral Science City on a foggy morning in Kapurthala on Friday
Visitors take a round of Pushpa Gujral Science City on a foggy morning in Kapurthala on Friday. Tribune Photo: Malkiat Singh

DAV College wins Youth Parliament contest
Jalandhar, January 17
DAV College won the National Youth Parliament contest organised by the Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs, Government of India. As many as 35 colleges and universities from all over the country took part in the event.

Two held with intoxicant drugs
Jalandhar, January 17
The Kartarpur police today nabbed two persons with intoxicant drugs.

Jalandhar, Lucknow to clash in hockey semifinals today
Jalandhar, January 17
Government Model School, Jalandhar, will take on Guru Gobind Singh Sports College, Lucknow, and Government Model School, Chandigarh, will clash with BSNV, Lucknow, in the semifinals of the 10th All-India Balwant Singh Kapur Hockey Tournament here on Saturday.

 

 





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Lack of funds hits stadium work
Deepkamal Kaur
Tribune News Service

Jalandhar, January 17
Even as the five-year-old project of a world-class cricket stadium and a sports hub on a 63-acre land at Burlton Park came out of legal hurdles two months ago, the Rs 450-crore project has not been able to get through owing to the paucity of funds.

The Municipal Corporation (MC), which had earlier planned to take Rs 130-crore loan from HUDCO for completing the first phase of the project, is not in a position to do so now, as it already took a Rs 60-crore loan from it a few months ago for clearing the payments of its contractors.

SE (B&R) Kulwinder Singh said, “The MC is already repaying more than Rs 3 crore a month to write off the debt. Even if HUDCO clears another loan, we will not be in a position to return the amount as the monthly instalments would jump so high that we would not be in a position to return them. So, we need to think of alternative plans to wait for sometime to have a more sound financial position.”

Officials are now contemplating that the project should be somehow covered under Urban Infrastructure Development Scheme for Small and Medium Towns (UIDSSMT). “If we get the approvals for the same, the project would become easily viable. Under the scheme, the Centre will give its 80 per cent share, the state will pool in 10 per cent and the MC will add in another 10 per cent,” said an Executive Engineer of the department.

The officials said that Nagarjuna Construction Company, which had earlier got the contract, was ready to work again on the revised detailed project report (DPR). The estimated amount of the DPR has multiplied three times from Rs 174 crore to Rs 450 crore now.

At the time when the financial position of the MC was sound, the project could not take off owing to delay in getting the designs made and cleared. By the time it got sanctions, a litigation was filed into the matter by the Save Burlton Park Association. The litigation was disposed of in October last. Ever since, the MC has not been able to arrange funds for the same.

The project

The first announcement regarding the project was made by former Local Bodies Minister Manoranjan Kalia in 2008. A resolution to this effect was passed in the MC House on September 26, 2008. Of the 51.5-acre land to be used for construction, 26 acres was to be used for the cricket stadium having a seating capacity of 40,000 spectators and 2.5 acre for roads. The remaining works included the construction of an Olympics-level swimming pool in 2.5-acre land, 9 acres for hockey ground, two multi-storeyed parking lots with a capacity of over 3,000 vehicles and a five-star hotel project to be carried out in a subsequent phase. The parking sites were to come up between the hockey and cricket stadium. A tennis court was also to come up adjoining the existing hockey stadium. Nearly 70 new shops were to be constructed on the periphery for generating revenue.

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Year on, burglary haunts bank employees
Nikhil Bhardwaj
Tribune News Service

Jalandhar, January 17
On January 18 morning last year, the news of burglary at the Punjab and Sind Bank branch in Reru village had spread like a forest fire in the city.

The Jalandhar police was literally on its toes as the city had not witnessed such a high-profile burglary in the past.

Forty bank lockers were broken open by the burglars after they made their way into the strongroom of the bank by using a gas-cutter to break the iron gate. They decamped with cash, foreign currency, gold and silver worth several crores.

As soon as the account holders and locker holders got to know about the incident, they started thronging the bank to enquire the status of their lockers. The inconsolable locker holders were stunned to see their lockers. Many persons, whose lockers were even safe, camped outside the bank until the bank authorities did not release the list of the decamped lockers.

Today, a year has passed since the incident. Although the bank seemed to be functioning normally, employees at the place looked a bit uneasy.

"Whenever we look back, the whole scene of the January 18 morning comes to haunt us. It was an unfortunate incident which caused a huge loss to the locker holders and the bank management," a bank official said, adding that the bank had to cough up around Rs 3 crore as compensation to the locker holders.

Now, the bank has taken strict security measures to prevent the occurrence of such incidents. "We have deployed two night security guards who were not engaged at the time of the incident. CCTV cameras were also put up inside and outside the bank for round-the-clock surveillance. Even advance security alarm has also been installed," senior bank manager Ashok Kapoor told The Tribune.

He lambasted the police for not solving the burglary even after a year.

Annoyed over the bank's poor security arrangements, locker holders had held several protests outside the bank, demanding compensation. More than five times, bank employees were held captive by locker holders inside the bank.

Meanwhile, after eight months, the bank management on September 23 compensated the locker holders by giving them 60 per cent of the lost gold, which cost the bank management around Rs 3 crore.

Broken lockers still lying the way these were

Interestingly, during a visit to the bank, it was found that the bank management was yet to replace the broken lockers and the same were lying the way these were after the burglary. The bank manager Ashok Kapoor said due to the police instructions, broken lockers were not removed.

Police yet to get clue

Despite launching serious efforts to solve the case, the police is yet to get a single clue in the matter. Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police (Crime) Harpreet Singh Mander, who supervised the entire investigation, said the police was still trying to crack the case, but their investigation was yet to yield any fruit.

He said the police had accessed near 1,200 mobile numbers which were found active during the incident that night. Whereabouts of the persons owning these numbers were personally verified. Some numbers were also found suspect and police teams also visited states like Delhi, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and even Bombay, but still the police got nothing.

IMEI No. cloning hit probe

ADCP (Crime) admitted that out of 1,200 inquired phone numbers, the police had found four suspicious numbers. During probe, IMEI numbers of these phone numbers were found cloned. Police teams also visited Bombay to inquire about the owners of these numbers, but the IMEI cloning put a full stop on police investigation. Due to the cloning, such phone numbers showed two active locations which put the police in a tizzy, he held.

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Seven held in attempt to murder case
Tribune News Service

Jalandhar, January 17
The Bhargav Camp police nabbed seven persons on the charges of attempt to murder today.

The accused were identified as Kirpal, Shashi, Sukhjinder, Dinesh, Sanjay, Shurvir and Parkash. All were residents of Gadwal village.

Police sources said the accused had brutally injured Talab and Ram Parkash on January 14 night, adding that the assailants had orchestrated the attack while they were drunk.

The accused, while roaming in Rameshar Colony during that night, indulged in arguments with the victims and later attacked them. The police said both victims were undergoing treatment at hospital.

A case under Section 307 of the IPC was registered against the accused.

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Deserted by NRI husband, woman seeks justice
Rachna Khaira
Tribune News Service

Jasdeep Kaur with her son
Jasdeep Kaur with her son

Jalandhar, January 17
“He forced me to stay back and take care of his unmarried brother alone in the house while he went back to New York with his parents immediately after our marriage in 2011. When I did not agree to this, the whole family thrashed me badly and told me that, along with my husband, I have to take care of my brother-in-law as well who could not get married due to some undisclosed reasons,” said Jasdeep Kaur, a 28-year-old woman from the city who was deserted by her NRI husband in 2012.

An MA BEd with a professional course in cookery, Jasdeep Kaur, like many other girls, dreamt of a luxurious life abroad when she got married to Malkiat Singh, an NRI from New York, on February 26, 2011. Her parents had spent around Rs 23 lakh on her wedding arrangements to woo their NRI relatives. But one night before the marriage, they demanded a big car worth Rs 15 lakh which they told would be used by her deported brother-in-law in his business. On refusing to agree to this, they threatened to call off the marriage. But after repeated requests, they agreed to grant one month’s time to her father, a retired Air Force personnel.

Her agony started immediately after she landed at her in-laws' house. Instead of getting welcomed, she was abused and whipped by her in-laws.

They used to make me work the whole day and beat me at night. They kept on yelling at me that until I get the car, they will keep on bashing me, said Jasdeep. Following this, her parents managed a loan of Rs 5 lakh and gave the money as part instalment of their demand of Rs 15 lakh to her in-laws. Immediately after getting the money, her husband flew to New York along with his parents, leaving her alone with her single brother-in-law. Before leaving, she was also indirectly told many times by her husband’s family that she also has to take care of him, who could not get married due to some reasons better known to them only.

“I came back to my parents' family. My son Hargurveer was born in 2012. When my family informed my husband about this, he banged the phone, saying he does not have any relation with me and with my new born child,” said Jasdeep. She also revealed that they even returned the sweets which were sent to them by her parents.

“All I still want is that they should accept my daughter and her son so that they could lead a normal life. I, along with my daughter and her small child, are running from pillar to post to get him back. We even tried to contact their other relatives, but they are not ready to accept my daughter and her son. After failing from all sides, we finally reported the matter to NRI Police Station in the city last year,” said Shingara Singh, Jasdeep’s father.

After receiving complaint from Jasdeep’s family, the NRI police immediately came into action and got a lookout notice issued for Malkiat Singh and his parents. “The process of declaring him a proclaimed offender (PO) is also under way. We had arrested her brother-in-law earlier, but we had to release him immediately as he had already got anticipatory bail from court,” said ASI Mukesh Kumar, investigating officer.

While Jasdeep Kaur and her son are still waiting to get justice, many more women like her are unknowingly getting married to some fraudulent NRIs at various places in the state. In the absence of stringent law to punish such offenders, women of Punjab would keep on getting duped by such NRIs in the hope of a prosperous life ahead.

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Teachers demand withdrawal of case
Tribune News Service

Jalandhar, January 17
On the call of the Punjab and Chandigarh College Teachers Union, all the colleges affiliated to the Guru Nanak Dev University remained closed from the second period onwards today.

College teachers held protest at the Desh Bhagat Yadgaar hall and Amritsar. Union secretary Dr Tejinder Virli said these strikes were held against Dr Daljit Singh, principal, Khalsa College, Amritsar.

He said the principal had disregarded the management's agreement with the teachers' union by filing a case to trouble them.

Finance secretary Prof VK Sareen said, "If the government did not pay attention on this issue then the struggle will be intensified." He said, "The issue will be fought over the entire state and the government will be responsible for the resultant loss in studies of students."

The PCCTU women wing convener, Dr Jasvir Kaur, said: "Punjab's officials were all tipped to one side. On the pretext of this case,the annual increments of teachers at the Khalsa College have been stalled."

Those addressing the dharna today included Prof Sukhdev Singh, Prof Kamaldeep Singh, Prof Gopal Singh Buttar and Non-Teaching Union's general secretary Madan Lal Khullar.

Students also participated in the dharna.

Ajay Phillaur, general secretary, Punjab Student Federation, said: "The government wants to privatise education and due to this the educational institutes are being passed on to industrialists, against which the union had been agitating."

The PCCTU call had also resulted in a two-period strike on January 9. Union members had also announced that the issue will be discussed in a meeting held with the Education Minister on January 21.

Members said, "The protest will be intensified, if the Education Minister did not offer any plausible solution to their problems."

While alleging that a case against the teachers was false, Dr Virli said three of the teachers opposing the move to privatise Khalsa College had been targeted earlier but, later, the principal got a false case registered against 22 teachers.

He said by involving one of the PCCTU office-bearers in the issue, the management had tried to snub the union but the strikes were aimed at clearing implications of the teachers in the false cases.

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2 business units sealed
Tribune News Service

Jalandhar, January 17
The State Bank of Patiala today sealed two business establishments of a city based wholesale chemist for not paying a bank loan worth Rs 5 crore.

A team, led by tehsildar Harminder Singh and officials of the Ambedkar branch of the bank, reached Dilkusha Market and sealed two shops - SS Medical Agencies - owned by Atul Sood, a former president of the Wholesale Chemists Association, Jalandhar.

Sood, however, claimed that the bank officials took the action despite a stay order from court.

The bank officials, however, ruled out his claims, terming these as false and misleading.

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Five armed robbers loot shop
Our Correspondent

Phagwara, January 17
Five unidentified armed robbers looted a shop dealing in electrical equitment near JCT Mills here this evening.

Reports said the robbers, who were on two bikes, struck at Sareen Electricals, sprinkled chilli powder on the shop owners, Deepak and Vinod, and snatched about Rs 40,000 from them.

Though the robbers attacked and wounded the shopkeepers before fleeing, people succeeded to nab two of them and handed them over to the police.

The injured were admitted to the local Civil Hospital. The police has registered a case.

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Lecture on contemporary issues in leadership, management
Tribune News Service

Jalandhar, January 17
A two-day international conference on 'Contemporary Issues in Leadership and Management' was organised by the Post Graduate Department of Commerce and Management at Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya.

Dr Mohd Rafi, ADPI, Colleges, Punjab, was the chief guest on the occasion.

The presidential address was given by Justice NK Sud, vice-president, DAV College Managing Committee, New Delhi.

Principal Dr Rekha Kalia Bhardwaj welcomed the guests and gave a brief introduction of the conference.

Convener of the conference and head of the commerce department, Dr Kanwaldeep Kaur, spoke on the theme of the conference.

Dr Rafi encouraged the students to become a good leader. The inaugural address was delivered by Dr GS Shergill from the School of Communication, Journalism and Marketing, Massey University, New Zealand.

In his inaugural address, Dr Shergill said, "It is the vision of leader which can take an organisation to the sky. Environmental factors are more important than hereditary factors in making of a leader."

The keynote address was delivered by Dr Harminder Singh, Associate Professor, Deakin University, Australia.

The guests of honour on the occasion were Dr Rajneesh Arora, Vice-Chancellor, Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar, and Dr Padmakumar Nair, Director, LM Thapar School of Management, Derabassi, Mohali.

On this occasion, the International Research Journal of Commerce and Business Studies, Commerce Spectrum, was also released by the dignitaries.

The theme of the first plenary session was 'Practical insight into Leadership - Lessons from Academia and Industry'. The resource persons of the plenary session were Dr Rajneesh Arora, Vice-Chancellor, PTU, Dr Shalini Gupta, Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Desh Bhagat University, Mandi Gobindgarh, Dr Rekha Kalia Bhardwaj, Principal, HMV, Dr Padmakumar Nair, Director, LM Thapar School of Management, Derabassi, Mohali, Dr Ludmila Hyman, Faculty Department of English, Carnegie Mellon University, Qatar, and Ajay Sharma, Director-cum-Secretary, SPV, Punjab Effluent Treatment Society.

On first day, three technical sessions were also organised. The first technical session was chaired by Dr Mohd Nazari Bin Ismail from Malaysia. Key speaker was Shams Khwaja from New Delhi. In second technical session, the chairperson was Dr JS Pasricha from Punjabi University, Patiala, and in the third technical session, the chairperson was Dr Rishi Raj from Gurdaspur. In this conference, more than 500 delegates, including researchers, experts and students have got registered.

In the evening, a cultural programme was also organised for the delegates. The chief guest was Dr Ludmila Hyman and Harpreet Shergill, Indian Hockey Olympian. The students of the college performed jaago, folk orchestra, folk song, classical dance, skit, western group song, mimicry and giddha.

On this occasion, conference co-convener Meenu Kohli, Dean Academic Meenakshi Syal, Dean Student Council Dr Rama Chaudhary, Renuka Bhatti, Dean Examination Mamta, Dean Discipline Ashmeen Kaur, Seema Khanna, Meenu Kundra, Neetu Nararng, Shallu Batra, Kajal Vij, Shikha Chhabra, Dr Minakshi Duggal, Yuvika and other members were present.

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KMV professor gets Shiksha Ratan Puruskar

Jalandhar: Dr Monica Sharma, a professor in Department of History, Kanya Maha Vidyalaya (KMV), received Shiksha Ratan Puruskar from Dr Bhisham Narain Singh, former Governor of Tamil Nadu and Assam at a function organised by the India International Friendship Society in New Delhi. A keen researcher, having done her PhD from Jawahar Lal Nehru University, New Delhi, Dr Monica has undertaken research projects sanctioned by the UGC. She has done a worked for the underprivileged, which includes organising workshops, literary and counselling camps in villages and labour bastis. She has presented research papers in many international and national conferences, where she has been invited as key speaker and resource person. She has also authored a number of books and edited an international journal. As director of Gandhian Studies Centre, she organised a number of national seminars and worked for the upliftment of women. She received this award for her outstanding contribution in the field of social work and education.

Punjabi extempore contest

Apeejay School, Rama Mandi, Jalandhar organised an intra-class Punjabi extempore competition for Classes I to V. Students participated enthusiastically and expressed their views on given topics. The objective behind the competition was to enhance the speaking skills, creativity and confidence among students. Gurkirat from Class I stood first, Diljot and Isha bagged the second and third positions respectively. From Class II, Jaskaran, Simarpreet and Yasmine stood first, second and third respectively. Jasmine, Ramneek and Rudra were declared winners from Class III. From Class IV, Eshwarjot Kaur secured the first position, whereas Ankita Sidhu and Komaldeep stood second, Rimplepreet and Sanjoval stood third. From Class V, Jashanpreet bagged the first position, Anmol Kamal and Guntasbir bagged the second position. Avneet Kaur and Jindjeet stood third. Principal Madhu Sharma congratulated the winners and wished them good luck for the future endeavours.

Environmental awareness

The Nature Conservation Society, Punjab, has taken up an awareness activity to sensitise school and college students for protection and conservation of nature. Sainik School, Kapurthala, in collaboration with the Nature Conservation Society, Punjab, arranged a lecture on January 15. Gurmit Singh, IFS (Retd), president of the society, delivered a talk on migratory birds, migrating to Harike Lake and factors affecting them like pollution, siltation and encroachment affecting destruction in the Harike wetland, which is also a Ramsar sight and wetland of International importance. BS Gurm, AD, WCCB, (Retd) general secretary of the NCS, conducted quiz test in teams of students of Sainak School, Kapurthala. Students had taken keen interest in quiz competition. Films on forests and wildlife were shown. Sainik School authorities also took students to the Harike Bird sanctuary on Thursday. Migratory birds were shown to students by the NCS staff. Despite cold weather, students of Sainak School, Kapurthala, showed keen interest in watching migratory birds.

Quiz competition

To make awareness and augment patriotism among the new generation, the CT Group of Institutions, Maqsudan, organised 'Inquivesta', a quiz competition. The theme of the quiz was 'I Love My India'. Around 15 teams from various institutes enthusiastically participated in the event. Winning teams were appreciated by the chairman and the director of the CT Group of Institutions. In the addressing note, Director Dr Harpreet Singh said, "Such type of events is necessary for the overall development of the students in the present scenario." S Charanjit Singh Channi, chairman, CT Group of Institutions, said: "The chief purpose for organising the quiz test was to sharpen the acumen of the students. The education should twin the theme of the presentation of knowledge and the usage of intelligence practically." —TNS

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DAV College wins Youth Parliament contest

Jalandhar, January 17
DAV College won the National Youth Parliament contest organised by the Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs, Government of India. As many as 35 colleges and universities from all over the country took part in the event.

The contestants were divided into five categories. In the group D, DAV College, Jalandhar stood first. In the next round of the contest, which was held at the national level, the college again bagged the first position by scoring 89 per cent marks. University of Kalyani, West Bengal was placed second with 86.66 per cent marks followed by Jai Prakash University, Chhapra, Bihar, which got 85.50% marks and stood at the third position.

The national-level contest was organised at the college on September 11 last year in which almost 70 students of the college took part and presented a glimpse of ideal parliamentarians. The students presented the roles of Speaker, Deputy Speaker, Prime Minister, Leader of the Opposition with enthusiasm. The Youth Parliament replicated the proceedings of the actual Parliament with authenticity for which the college hall was specially designed.

The young parliamentarians, will now be honoured at the Parliament House, New Delhi. — TNS

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Two held with intoxicant drugs
Tribune News Service

Jalandhar, January 17
The Kartarpur police today nabbed two persons with intoxicant drugs.

Those arrested were identified as Arshdip of Bhulath and Ravnit Singh of Patarkhurd.

The police was conducting routine patrolling near the railway station and on suspicion, signalled a Maruti car to stop for checking. During search of the car, the police recovered 150 injections, 432 intoxicant capsules and 150 intoxicant liquid bottles.

Investigation was on to inquire the links of the nabbed peddlers.

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Jalandhar, Lucknow to clash in hockey semifinals today
Tribune News Service

Jalandhar, January 17
Government Model School, Jalandhar, will take on Guru Gobind Singh Sports College, Lucknow, and Government Model School, Chandigarh, will clash with BSNV, Lucknow, in the semifinals of the 10th All-India Balwant Singh Kapur Hockey Tournament here on Saturday.
Players in action during a match of the 10th All-India Balwant Singh Kapur Hockey Tournament in Jalandhar on Friday
Players in action during a match of the 10th All-India Balwant Singh Kapur Hockey Tournament in Jalandhar on Friday. A Tribune Photograph

Earlier, in the first quarter final match, GGS Sports College, Lucknow, beat CRZ, Sonepat, by 3-1. Ravnis Jaiswal of GGS Sports scored the first goal in the third minute. Later, Vishal Singh and Rajiv Ranjan sounded the score board in the ninth and the 62nd minute. The lone scorer from the Sonepat team was Amit, who scored the goal in the 68th minute of the play.

In the second quarter final match, Government Model School, Jalandhar, beat Khalsa School, Mehta, by 6-1. For Jalandhar school, Shamsher Singh scored in 14th minute, Inderjit Singh in 22nd minute, Sarbjit Singh in 51st minute, Dilpreet Singh in 64th minute, Sarbjit Singh in 65th minute and Dilpreet Singh in 67th minute of the play. The lone goal for Mehta came from the self goal of Ravinderpal Singh.

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