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HindustanTimes Thu,10 Jul 2014

Ludhiana

PU announces more counselling schedules

Panjab University (PU), announced admission counselling schedule for various departments on Tuesday.

Arts stream sees rise in cutoffs in govt colleges

 The cut-offs for BA course in two government colleges of the city has increased as compared to last two years and there is a massive rise in number of students opting for this stream.



Fire guts electronic goods in Model Town

A fire broke out at an electronics showroom in Model Town on early Tuesday morning.

Six months on, police grope in the dark

Time has stopped for the family of Rahul Verma, 25, who was murdered, while his sister, Priyanka Verma, was brutally attacked at their house at South City in January. But the police have failed to crack the case.

Relief for MLA Bains as SC orders CBI to conduct inquiry

Hearing a plea filed by MLA Simarjit Singh Bains, a Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) rebel, regarding the 2009 case of assault on sub-registrar GS Benipal in which Bains is an accused, the Supreme Court on Tuesday ordered the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to investigate the matter.

Industry hails move on foreign investment, PPP

The government’s proposal on allowing foreign direct investment (FDI) and public-private partnership (PPP) in railways has been welcomed by the industry here.

Cloth worth lakhs for MC staff uniforms vanishes into thin air

Despite the municipal corporation (MC) procuring nearly 49,000 metres of cloth every three years for uniforms of its 4,800 odd Class 4 employees, few of the workers can be seen wearing them.

Education dept recommends namesof eight teachers for state award

The district education department on Monday recommended names of eight teachers for state award to the director general school education (DGSE) office.

Course on biogas plantsat PAU begins today

A three-day staff training course on biogas plants will be organised at Punjab Agricultural University (PAU) from July 9 to 11.

Labourer booked for driving wife to suicide

The local police have arrested a 19-year-old labourer for allegedly driving his wife to suicide by suspecting her fidelity.

Six months on, murder victim's family waits for headway in case

Time has stopped for the family of Rahul Verma, 25, who was murdered, while his sister, Priyanka Verma, was brutally attacked at their house at South City in January. But the police have failed to crack the case.

Meet on making city smoke-free held

A meeting regarding making Ludhiana smoke-free was held at Community Health Centre in Sahnewal here on Monday.

Unused flats in CRPF Colony breeding place for mosquitoes

The residents of CRPF Colony claim they are living in severe unhygienic conditions these days. They say during monsoon water accumulates in wild grass growing outside some flats in the colony that have remained locked for many years and have become fertile breeding grounds for mosquitoes.

Punjab Roadways staff protest

Punjab Roadways employees staged protest at the Punjab Roadways workshop at Shaheed Sukhdev Inter-State Bus Terminus on Monday.

Better facilities on trains, freight corridor on top of city’s wishlist

City residents and industrialists are very hopeful of getting better facilities from the railway budget scheduled for July 8. After the burden of increased fare, now people feel the government should utilise the funds to provide better facilities at the railway station as well as on train.
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