Three more dengue cases were confirmed in the city on Tuesday, taking the total number of cases in city to 20.
Even as the municipal corporation (MC) of Ludhiana sought registration of first information report (FIR) against the erring staff of contractor - Bhola and Co - for fleecing residents, the police, so far, have failed to take any action against them.
As many as 150 patients visit the outpatient department (OPD) of community health centre (CHC), Sahnewal, on a daily-basis, but there is only one doctor to cater to all kind of patients there. And if there is any emergency operation, then OPD patients have to wait for the doctor.
If the city police get a threat call at its control room it will not be able to trace the source as the system collapsed 10 days ago. The hi-tech Police Control Room (PCR) system is not also being able to record the calls received and those made.
A 17-year-old girl was allegedly raped by a jeweller after rendering her unconscious by giving her sedative laced tea at his home.
Three more dengue cases were confirmed in the city on Tuesday, taking the total number of cases in state to 20. Three patients, a 40-year-male from Haibowal Kalan, admitted to Dayanand Medical College and Hospital (DMCH), a 42-year-old female from Laddowal admitted to Christian Medical College and Hospital (CMCH) and a 60-year-old male from Ferozepur, admitted to the DMCH, were tested positive for dengue fever.
The 103-Infantry Battalion (TA) Sikh Light Infantry (LI) is organising a recruitment rally for soldier, general duty, soldier, tradesmen and clerk at their unit location at the GT road, Millerganj, Ludhiana, from 25 to 30 September.
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Tuesday expelled party co-conveners of local body cell Aman Kumar and Arun Kumar after they were allegedly found involved in anti-party activities.
Municipal Karamchari Sanyukat Committee continued their protest for the fourth day on Tuesday with a large number of employees agitating against not receiving salary for the past three months.
Though floods have ravaged Kashmir, their repercussions are being felt across borders. Ludhiana's hosiery industry is one of those affected adversely by the catastrophe.
Punjab Agricultural University’s (PAU) school of climate change and agricultural meteorology has become a topic of discussion on the campus after two of its assistant professors got transfer orders on late Saturday evening for not being able to alert the higher authorities in the department about rainfall prediction on September 12 and 13, when mela took place.
From schools, salons, gyms, grocery stores to small restaurants, the residential areas have become the hub of commercial activities, resulting in traffic jams, pollution and disturbance to the people living in these colonies.
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), Ludhiana, has appealed to the city residents to donate blankets and woolen garments for the flood victims in Jammu and Kashmir.
After the Ludhiana Municipal Corporation and A2Z Group failed to ensure timely lifting of garbage from various dumpsites of late, residents took up the issue during the sangat darshan of deputy chief minister Sukhbir Singh Badal in Chandigarh recently.
The construction work at three government schools- Government Model Senior Secondary School, PAU, Cemetery Road and Model Town in Ludhiana has been badly affected due to big shortage of river sand in the entire state.