HindustanTimes Thu,25 Dec 2014


Fog engulfs city, schoolsopt to revise timetable

With winter showing no signs of abating and due to dense fog, several private schools in the city have decided to change their timings with some starting their daily session as late as 9am.

FIR against residents for protest against closure of railway crossing

It is a protest that cost the residents of the area with localities like BRS Nagar, Ranchi Colony, Basant City, Tharike village and others a First Information Report (FIR) against them.

Grants for new classrooms but none for unsafe schools

Students of four government schools whose buildings were declared unsafe this year would have to wait longer for classrooms as their schools are not among those selected for Central government grant.

Residents harried as GLADA fails to start work

Residents are a harried lot as the Greater Ludhiana Area Development Authority (GLADA) has failed to start construction on around 1.5-km stretch from Dhandran Road to railway lines (140-foot road) under Missing Link 2.

‘Take sun bath, healthy diet to beat winter blues’

With a steep dip in temperature and days getting shorter, people start facing the problem of winter blues, a seasonal affective disorder.

Finance and contract panel members likely to be elected in House meet

As the much-awaited House meeting is scheduled to be held on December 20, the members of Finance and Contract Committee (F& CC) will be elected likely this time.

3 acquitted in Ludhiana’s Shingar Cinema blast case

Three accused in the 2007 Shingar Cinema bomb blast case were on Tuesday acquitted here in the court of the additional sessions judge for want of evidence, while the fourth has died already in jail.

52-yr-old woman labour stabbed to death in hosiery factory

Some unidentified persons brutally stabbed a woman to death in a hosiery factory in Salem Tabri area on Wednesday.

The deceased has been identified as Jaswinder Kaur, 52, a resident of Mohalla Peeru Banda of Salem Tabri. She worked as a weaver in a hosiery unit in Salem Tabri, and her husband Major Singh Fauji is a bus driver at GMT School, Jalandhar Bypass.

Hry man marries twice in a month,conned by brides

In a bizarre case, a driver from Sonepat of Haryana was allegedly conned by two women, both cousins, after marrying him.

Pak killings denounced

Indian Doctors for Peace and Development (IDPD) have strongly condemned the brutal killings of innocent children and staff members of Army Public School at Peshawar, Pakistan.

Several SHOs transferred

The police commissioner transferred several station house officers (SHOs) on administrative grounds late on Tuesday night, each of whom have been asked to join their new postings immediately.

ldh Immolation case: School had taken victim’s name off rolls

The local school where the alleged immolation victim studied in Class 12 had taken her name off the rolls after she failed to attend school for a month without informing it.

British-era railway signal cabin to be razed soon

A British-era Train Dispatchers’ cabin between platform no 2 and 3 at the Ludhiana Railway Station will soon be history. The Indian Railways has decided to tear down the structure, along with a foot over bridge, both of which are no longer in use.

Lakkar Bridge’s curved span likely to aggravate traffic congestion

As the curved span of Lakkar Bridge (railway over bridge) is likely to be opened in February, buzz is that it will aggravate the traffic issues at the Mata Rani Chowk.

With a fortnight to go for IMA polls, only five candidates in fray

Even while the Indian Medical Association (IMA), Ludhiana, polls continues to court controversies, it has now come to fore that the battle itself may not be as intense. Merely five candidates have thrown their hats in for the contest for most important seats—president, vice-senior president—even as the date for the polls draws close.
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