A seminar was organised on Thursday on the premises of Gurjranwala Guru Nanak Khalsa College of Pharmacy regarding how to prepare for an interview and also how students could have a bright career.
The new recruits of Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) force were on cloud nine during the passing-out parade at ITBP camp 26 BN in Baddowal, Ludhiana, on Wednesday. After completing the six-month hard training, these 280 recruits are now ready to serve the country.
Nine days after an undertrial escaped after pushing away a cop at the district court complex, he was arrested by Doraha police on Wednesday. The accused, Lakhwinder Singh alias Lakha, was lodged in Ludhiana Central Jail since 2010 after being booked for drug peddling under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has extended the date for the submission of details of candidates for improvement in problem solving assessment (PSA) in Class 10 and 12 from November 15 to December 15.
The directorate of extension education of Punjab Agricultural University (PAU) will organise a three-month training course on "Integrated agriculture" for the young farmers of the state from January 1 to March 31. Extension education director MS Gill said the young farmers from different parts of the state, except Gurdaspur and Amritsar districts, under the age group of 20 to 40, with matriculation qualification, will be eligible for this course.
State Ministerial Services Association announced to go on two-day strike on December 5 and 6. Sukhwinder Singh, president of the association, said: “A state-level meeting was held on November 23 in Ludhiana, where it was decided that the clerical staff will go on a two-day strike.”
Have you wondered why it takes so long for the traffic signal to turn green in some parts of the city, even when there are hordes of vehicles behind you? The answer is non-synchronisation of traffic signals. Despite a substantial increase in number of vehicles in the city over the recent years, the municipal corporation that manages 19 traffic lights in the city has so far been unable to synchronise them on the pattern of metro cities.
A seminar on property tax was held at Municipal Corporation Zone A office in which city residents held discussions with the MC officials regarding submitting property tax and issues related to it. Several people and NGOs had also come to the Zone A office, in which officials having knowledge about property tax were present.
In connection with a complaint lodged by a resident against I block community centre at BRS Nagar the chief vigilance officer VP Singh paid a visit to the Ludhiana Improvement Trust office on Tuesday.
Temporary encroachments on roads have made commuting difficult for residents of Mullanpur Dakha, also known as Mandi Mullanpur. The encroachments in this small town have even stalled the eight-laning project.
In a shocking case, a woman and her paramour allegedly murdered her four-year-old daughter after their plan to extort Rs 5 lakh from her husband went awry. Police cracked the case after a girl's body was recovered in Alamgir village.
A special camp for collecting property tax was held at Chamber of Industrial and Commercial Undertakings (CICU) complex at Focal Point here on Monday. Municipal Corporation, Ludhiana, in collaboration with CICU had organsied the camp to facilitate industrialists of Phase 1 to Phase 8 and to collect property tax from them.
The tehbazari wing for the first time towed away brand new high-end vehicles from an exhibition at Sarabha Nagar market on Sunday evening, as the organisers failed to take any permission to organise the event.
Ludhiana district delegates' conference of Kirti Kisan Sabha, Punjab, was organised at Bagli Khurd village, in Samrala tehsil. The conference was presided over under the presidium comprising Azad Singh Khatra, Sukhdev Singh and advocate Jang Singh on Sunday.
With the dip in mercury, residents could heave a sigh of relief as the city hospitals are finally witnessing a reduction in number of dengue cases. Though the aedes aegypti mosquitoes, which spread dengue, cannot breed in low temperature, doctors have asked residents to follow precautions and to not allow water to stagnate in and around their dwellings.