Members of Feed Foundation, an NGO, along with parents of the students of Ryan International School, Dugri, submitted a memorandum to deputy commissioner (DC) Rahul Tewari on Tuesday, requesting him to resolve the matters between the school and parents.
With just four days left for the zila parishad elections scheduled on May 19, the political parties have stepped up their campaign in the rural areas to woo the voters.
The circus is set to return to the Kashmir valley after almost three decades. A Ludhiana-based circus troupe would travel around Kashmir for nearly three months, entertaining people who have witnessed terrorism at its peak.
The claims of the Railway Protection Force (RPF) and Government Railway Police (GRP) of keeping a check on illegal vendors and beggars on trains seem to be falling flat.
The Federation of Associations of Small Industries of India (FASII) has welcomed the new guidelines of the ministry of Micro Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) and Reserve Bank of India (RBI) for disbursement of loan for MSMEs.
The Division Number 5 police have booked a former employee of a city-based travel agency for allegedly logging into the agency's e-mail account and cancelling two air tickets of its customers to harm its reputation.
The accused has been identified as Neha Kaushal of Pakhowal road. She was booked under Section 66 of the Information Technology Act following a complaint by Bhupesh Kumar, owner of Christine Vacations, Feroze Gandhi market.
Congress leader Amarjeet Singh Tikka has landed in trouble as a woman claiming to be his sister-in-law has accused him of assaulting and molesting her. Bhupinder Kaur of Bhai Himmat Singh Nagar has alleged that Tikka, along with his two relatives, also tore her clothes at Dayanand Medical College and Hospital (DMCH) on Sunday evening.
A case of two government employees simultaneously working at two places has come to light. Sharan Kaur, a Punjabi lecturer at Adarsh School, Daulatpur Neeva, in Moga district, and Buta Singh, food inspector at Mahal Kalan, in Barnala district, have also been working as regular associate professors at Raikot-based Sadbhavna College of Education for Women, affiliated to Panjab University, Chandigarh.
It seems that the municipal corporation (MC) of Ludhiana works only on the orders of the Punjab and Harayana high court. The MC has initiated two important drives, which were actually its prerogative, on the orders of the high court.
On the second day of the national buyer-seller meet of knitwear and apparel manufacturer industry, manufacturers held interactions with retailers from across the country.
The elementary teachers union, government teachers' union, democratic teachers' front and SC/BC teachers' union have shown resentment over the re-appointment of Gursharan Singh as district resource person under Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA).
The tehbazari wing of the municipal corporation swung into action and removed around 150 illegal hoardings installed on different roads in the Dugri area of the city on Sunday.
The local police on Saturday arrested Harsimranjit Kaur (29), accused of killing her four-year-old daughter, Jasmyra, whose decomposed body was found in a Model Town house on Friday.
Just a day after the decomposed body of a four-year-old girl was found in a Model Town house, the police on Saturday found the naked body of a nine-year-old girl in a dried water tank on a plot at Shakti Nagar of Basti Jodhewal.
Continuing to clampdown on violators of building bye-laws, the officials of municipal corporation on Saturday sealed the premises of a sweet shop on Ferozepur road. The basement of the shop, Khushi Ram and Sons, measuring about 2,500 square feet, was earmarked for parking in the building plan. However, the owners were using it for commercial purpose for manufacturing sweets.