- 20th February, 2020
- Having tension during exams is not worth it at all - Times of India
Ludhiana: Kamakshi Naharia is pursuing BCom (Hons) from Jesus and Mary College, New Delhi.
- 87 vehicles challaned, 1 impounded on third day of RTA crackdown - Times of India
Ludhiana: As many as 87 vehicles were challaned and one impounded on the third day of a massive crackdown launched by the administration, regional tra.
- MC recovers Rs 75 crore from property tax defaulters - Times of India
Ludhiana: In comparison to previous years, this time the municipal corporation has become successful in bringing in more revenue from property tax col.
- Buddha Nullah to have 10 - foot fencing on both sides - Times of India
Ludhiana: For curbing the people’s practice of throwing solid waste in the Buddha Nullah, the civic officials are planning to install a wire fencing u.
- Rs5,000 fine imposed on PIO for not appearing on hearing - Times of India
Ludhiana: The Punjab State Information Commission (PSIC) has imposed a penalty of Rs 5,000 on a public information officer (PIO) under the Right to In.
- Recover lease dues from 5 institutions, NGO asks MC commissioner - Times of India
Ludhiana: Members of an NGO, Team Yuva, and smart citizens of Ludhiana met the municipal corporation commissioner K P Brar on Wednesday over the issue.
- Industrial hub records max suicide cases in region - Times of India
Ludhiana: Ludhiana has achieved yet another dubious distinction by recording the highest number of suicide cases in the region (Punjab, Haryana, Himac.
- Community farming catches on in Punjab as urban residents look for pesticide - free food - The Indian Express
It all began in early 2018, when Dr Sachin Gupta, HoD, medical oncology department at Max hospital, Mohali, attended a workshop on organic farming organised by NGO Kheti Virasat Mission in Ludhiana.
- Punjab Police busts drug racket run by its own in Ludhiana - The Indian Express
The anti-drug STF of the Punjab Police alleged the involvement of its own police officers who would allegedly “detain drug peddlers first and then keep drug recovered from them to either sell or consume”
- Newborn?s abduction from Ludhiana hospital: Woman arrested, had lied to husband that she was pregnant, says Police - The Indian Express
The woman was identified as Rajvir Kaur (32), a native of Hoshiarpur and resident of Jhabbewal village of Ludhiana. Police said she was married to Harvinder Singh, a truck driver, and the couple had been unable to have children.
- Ludhiana: 12 - year old girl mauled to death by stray dogs in Samrala - The Indian Express
Police officials said that around 9 pm, a migrant labourer saw stray dogs gathered around a spot. He saw that the dogs were feeding on a body of a girl and he informed the villagers.
- Financier?s murder in Ludhiana:?1L reward announced for info on gangster - Hindustan Times
Financier?s murder in Ludhiana:?1L reward announced for info on gangster
- Punjab: Police officer arrested for releasing criminals after taking bribe - Outlook India
- Arvind Kejriwals statue installed at wax museum in Punjabs Ludhiana - Business Standard
Ludhiana (Punjab), Feb 16 (ANI): A wax statue of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) national convenor Arvind Kejriwal has been installed at Prabhakar Wax Museum in Punjab's Ludhiana. The development comes after the AAP romped to a magnificent victory in the Delhi Assembly election winning 62 out of 70 seats in the Assembly for a second time after its 2015 sweep of 67 seats. Kejriwal is all set to be sworn-in as Delhi CM with his Cabinet at New Delhi's Ramlila Maidan on February 16. The sculptor of the statue said Kejriwal has won for the third time because the leader has fulfilled the promises made to the people. While speaking to ANI, sculptor and owner of the wax museum, Sunil Prabhakar said, "People want prosperity for the country and Arvind Kejriwal has given it to them. He has convinced the people with his work not only to the citizens of Delhi but to the entire nation." "I have been making statues for a long time. I have also made statues of PM Narendra Modi, Jawaharlal Nehru and Indira Gandh
- Ludhiana: 12 - year - old mauled to death by stray dogs in Samrala - Times of India
LUDHIANA: Less than a month after stray dogs had mauled a four-year-old boy to death at Bahomajra village in Khanna, they killed a 12-year-old girl at.