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Yoga Day events at 4 places today

Yoga Day events at 4 places today

The district administration is all set for the International Yoga Day celebrations on Monday and has planned at least four different functions for the same.



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Amritsar: The district administration is all set for the International Yoga Day celebrations on Monday and has planned at least four different functions for the same. The events would be held at Jallianwala Bagh, Company Bagh, Gobindgarh Fort and Joint Check Post Attari. The events being organised in association of Ministry of Tourism would begin at 6 am. Apart from the functions being organised by the district administration, various private institutes will also celebrate yoga day by organising yoga sessions at public places. TNS

Placement camp tomorrow

Amritsar: The district Bureau of Employment and Enterprises has announced to hold a placement camp for the unemployed youth on its premises on June 22. Deputy director Vikramjit said employers from SBI credit card, Airtel, Bajaj Alliance, Bank of Baroda and Flipkart would join the placement camp. He said openings as relationship officers, relationship executives and delivery boys were on the offing. He said interested candidates must reach the office of the district Bureau of Employment and Enterprises by 10 am on June 22. The candidates can also contact on 9915789068 for further queries, he said. TNS

One held with 750-gm charas

Amritsar: Acting on a tip-off, Jandiala police have arrested a drug peddler identified as Sunny, a resident of Sheikhupura Mohalla in Jandiala, and recovered 750gm of charas from him. According to information, the police got specific input that he was involved in the trafficking of drugs in the area. Following this, a raid was conducted at this house, but he managed to flee. During search of the house, the police confiscated 750-gm charas. During investigation, he was arrested and brought on police remand for further probe. The police were trying to ascertain his backward and forward links to expose the entire nexus. A case under the NDPS Act was registered against him. TNS

Robbers loot Rs 1.9L from driver

Tarn Taran: Driver of a Tata 510 was robbed of cash by five armed miscreants near Shakri (Sarhali) village here on Saturday. The robbers looted Rs 1.90 lakh and other important documents from Ravinder Singh, a resident of Moga. Ravinder was on way back to Moga after unloading the tiles of his factory owner in Amritsar. When he reached near Shakri village, five armed robbers overtook and came in front of his vehicle, making him stop his vehicle. They walked up to the vehicle and threatened to eliminate him if he raised the alarm. Besides the cash, the robbers took away the documents related to the vehicle registration. Sarhali police have registered a case under Section 392 of the IPC in this regard.

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