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HindustanTimes Sun,31 Aug 2014

Ludhiana

Group dynamics, team building training ends at PAU

 A five-day training programme on 'Group Dynamics and Team Building' concluded at the Punjab Agricultural Management Extension and Training Institute (PAMETI), Punjab Agricultural University (PAU), on Saturday.

Building branch staff stands up against political interference

Standing up against political interference in working of the municipal corporation's building branch, the staff has complained to local bodies department principal secretary Ashok Gupta

Bus service to be extended to city's outskirts

With the municipal corporation (MC) planning to float fresh tenders for operating and maintaining the fleet of the Ludhiana City Bus Service, it has decided to extend the bus service to the outskirts of the city.

Patiala University's online Punjabi spellchecker hailed

'Sodhak', a recently launched online software developed by Punjabi University, Patiala, to check spellings in Punjabi in about 150 different fonts is being lauded by lovers of Punjabi language.

Teachers need to shape students as nation builders, says Kalam

Creativity is the key to success in the future, and primary education is where teachers can bring creativity in children at that level. A great teacher is one who will improve the level of students who are poor in studies. This was stated by former president Dr APJ Abdul Kalam at Satya Bharti Adarsh Senior Secondary School, Sherpur Kalan, Ludhiana, on Friday.

Illegal plying of autos,buses hits city bus service

Started with much fanfare in 2011, the city bus service has come to a grinding halt as the authorities have failed to stop illegal plying of autos and buses.

Industrialists advocate screening clauses of RCEP agreement

Punjab chapter of Federation of Indian Export Organisations (FIEO), in association with the union ministry of commerce and industry and Centre for WTO Studies organised an industry consultation on Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) on Friday.

Hobbies add charm to our life’


Hobbies make life interesting as they help to discover where our real happiness and satisfaction lies! They wash away stress from our minds, make us creative, develop our personality, keep our spirits high and above all take us far away from idleness which is the root of all evils.

Proper infrastructure, professional training need of the hour for development of sports

Despite poor infrastructure in their respective sports, three local sportspersons brought glory to the nation by winning medals in the recently concluded Commonwealth Games at Glasgow. This only goes on to show that Ludhiana has tremendous potential to not only represent India but win medals at the international level too.

Khanna emerges victorious on second day of rural games

On the second day of the District Open Rural Games underway at Guru Nanak Dev Stadium, Khanna block won overall Athletics Championship in the boys category by pocketing 50 points while Samrala and Doraha secured second and third positions by scoring 18 and 16 points, respectively.

CBSE cancels affiliation of school for classes 9-12

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has withdrawn the provisional affiliation for secondary and senior school certificate examination of Don Bosco Global School at Jhande village for the next academic session.

Vet varsity V-C lays foundationstones of two new buildings

To fortify the campus infrastructure, VK Taneja, vice-chancellor of Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Sciences University (GADVASU), on Thursday laid foundation stones of two different units on the campus.

School students learn about working of banks

To impress upon students the importance of banks in life, Bal Bharati Public School conducted an activity ‘Banking Services-Our Help Line’ on Thursday.

125 students showcase talent in contest

Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE) Students’ Chapter of Guru Nanak Institute of Management and Technology (GNIMT), Gujarkhan Campus, Model Town, Ludhiana arranged an inter-school competition on Thursday.

Beer lovers want MRP cap, excise dept says no

With most of the liquor vends having further raised the price of beer in Ludhiana, beer lovers in city are surprised and have raised a question as to why the state excise and taxation department has not fixed a limit on maximum retail price (MRP) of beer.
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