Punjab Youth Development Board (PYDB) Chairman Sukhwinder Singh Bindra honored several doctors at Fortis Hospital on Saturday for their role amid the Covid pandemic. Bindra said the courage displayed by the doctors was a great example to the people.
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3 Ludhiana players will participate in the national judo championships
Three Ludhiana players have been selected for the National Junior Cadet Judo Championship, which will be held at Chandigarh University, Mohali, November 7-13. Radhika will play in the 44 kg category, Prince in the 50- kg category and Ishroop in the 78 kg and over category.
DD Jain students hold academic positions
The students of Devki Devi Jain Memorial College for Women brought laurels to the institution by winning academic positions in the sixth semester exams of the BVoc (Hospital Administration and Management). Manpreet Kaur took third place in college scoring 85.57% and Rashmi came in eighth with 79.33%.
SAVJC celebrates the founders’ day
The Shri Atma Nand Jain School Committee celebrated Jain Acharya Vijay Vallabh Surishwar’s 152nd birthday on Saturday as Founder’s Day. Surinder Dawar, deputy for central Ludhiana, was the guest of honor. Devotional songs and dance performances were presented by the students. The students were honored by the guest of honor for their achievements in academic, cultural and sporting activities.
Eco Diwali celebrated at BVM, USN
Diwali was celebrated at BVM, USN, in an eco-friendly way. Contests for poster making, diya decorating and rangoli were held to improve students’ creative skills. An inter-house quiz based on the Ramayana was organized for students in grades 6 and 8.
Chattopadhyaya should become DGP: Mayor’s OSD
Amid political unrest in the Punjabian Congress over the appointment of the Director General of Police (DGP), Parminder Mehta, Congress leader and special duty officer to Mayor Balkar Sandhu, wrote to the party’s high command demanding that Sidharth Chattopadhyaya be appointed DGP, as requested by the chairman of the Punjab Pradesh Congress committee, Navjot Sidhu. Addressing a press conference at his office in Daresi on Saturday, Mehta said Chattopadhyaya is an honest officer and will help the state get rid of the drug threat. Also, cases of sacrilege will be resolved. He said that Chief Minister Charanjit Channi has worked for the betterment of the state and its people and that the appointment of Chattopadhyaya will benefit the state more.
The AAP organizes a march to seduce voters ahead of legislative elections
Criticizing the Union and state governments for pulling the wool over the public’s eyes on issues such as fuel prices, the Aam Aadmi (AAP) party district unit led by the constituency official of Atam Nagar, Kulwant Sidhu, organized a “jhaaru (broom) campaign” at Gol Market in Model Town on Saturday. A march was organized in the market area and slogans were launched to seduce voters before the legislative elections. “It is time for all of us to unite against the nonchalance of governments towards the welfare of the people of Punjab and show them that it is time for a change,” Sidhu said, while adding that fuel prices had gone downhill. first were considerably increased. and now marginal relief has been given by the Union government just for political purposes. In addition, the state has not reduced VAT on fuel either, he added.