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School holds musical light & sound show
: Bhavan’s SL Public School organised a musical light and sound show, ‘Ramayana’, on its campus today. Mesmerising performance by the students left everyone spell bound. The motive behind the show was to inculcate values of truth, bravery and sacrifice among the students. Tarundeep Kaur, Deputy Commissioner, Income Tax, Amritsar was the chief guest.

Lawyers hold seminar:
At the state-level conference, lawyers demanded that the Contempt of Court Act be amended. The conference was organised by the Bar Council of Rajasthan at Sriganganagar on Sunday. The two-day conference has been organised to discuss the role of lawyers in democracy and the welfare of advocates.

High drama
: High drama was witnessed at Atam Nagar when a bride refused to go with the groom post-wedding. After waiting for five hours, the groom identified as Vimal Kumar from Shimlapuri, approached the police and demanded registration of a case. Vimal said everything was fine till the time of the marriage, but soon after the marriage, the bride refused to go with him. She even threatened to consume poison.

Cleanliness drive:The Gau Vansh Vikas Cell today carried out a cleanliness drive in gaushalas. Ashwani Marwal, state secretary of Gau Vansh Cell, and executive member Pappu Bhagat started the drive. Ahswani Marwal told residents about various facilities being provided by the government to employees of gaushalas.

Car dealers protest:
A large number of car dealers protested outside the grain market in Malout town on Sunday. They were opposing the decision of the market committee to not allow them to operate from the grain market. Some BJP leaders too joined the protesters. Basant Kang, chairman, market committee, promised to look into the matter.

Tarn Taran
Woman molested:
Sarabjit Kaur (42), a Dalit and a resident of Sursing village, was molested by a farmer of the same village. The police have booked Dilbag Singh. The victim alleged the accused molested her when she  had gone to the fields  to collect fodder. The accused is at large.

Bonded labour case: 3 booked:Chamkaur Singh and his wife Pooja, residents of Dinnewal village, who had been held captive at a brick kiln of the village, were released by the police. The police have registered a case under the Bonded Labour Abolition Act, 1976 against three persons of the brick kiln. The accused have been identified as Nishan Singh, owner of Khehra brick  kiln, Kulwinder Singh and Swarn Singh.



Kabaddi tourney from November 11: The Sports Department, UT Administration, will host the Inter-School Kabaddi Tournament for Boys and Girls (U-17) from November 11 to 14 on kabaddi grounds of the Sports Complex, Sector 42. The interested teams are advised to submit their entries till November 10 (12 pm) with the District Sports Officer or DS Kohli, kabaddi coach. The weighing will be held on November 11 (8 am) at the tournament venue. Eligibility-Date of birth-January 1, 1998 , Class-Up to X, Weight:Girls-53kg or below, Boys-57 kg or below.


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