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To offer print buyers and sellers a common platform to meet and interact, the Offset Printers' Association (OPA) will organise a buyer-seller meet at Ludhiana. Knitwear and Apparel Manufacturers Association of Ludhiana has organized a buyer-seller meet. Stirred by the good business done during last. A buyer-seller meet,Printart,will be organised by the Offset Written by Express News Service | Ludhiana | Published: May 8,
Protesting the discounts offered by the online sites, the Association of Computer Entrepreneurs ACELudhiana, and the Punjab Association of Computer Traders PACT have decided to stop all types of commercial transactions with the national distributors till the time steps are taken to rein in the cut-throat online sale.
The online sites have announced huge discounts, which are affecting the traditional distribution and retail business channel, added Gurpreet Singh.
But since the online sites have started offering discounts up to 40 or 60 per cent, consumers prefer to buy products like laptops, tablets and phones online. It is going to be an exhibition-cum-buyer-seller meet.
The exhibition of printing machines and material is going to be unique in many ways. It will work as a platform to buyers and sellers at a common point, nearest to their place of work. The event is being organised taking in consideration the constant demand of printers of the over 34 cities of this region.
The main aim of the exhibition is to provide knowledge about technical innovations and advancements in this field and to peruse the printers of the region to equip with the latest technology to cope with the international quality and production.
It will be a convenient platform for the printers of the region because they can learn the latest advancement in the trade in their own language near to their place of work. Taking in consideration the potential of the region, Ludhiana is selected as the venue for the meet.
Ludhiana is a fast developing industrial town. It is centrally located and is well connected to the entire region even to remote areas of Himachal, Haryana, Jammu and Kashmir.
Patient needs help Ludhiana, October 8 Sunita, a year-old patient and a resident of Bhattian village, needs financial help. The cost for surgery and hospital stay will be Rs 2,00, She has five siblings and her husband is the only breadwinner in the family. Officials of various departments, professional colleges and industrial training institutes have been asked to be prepared for the mass counselling of students from October 26 to November Besides, officials and experts of government departments, owners and managers of training and placement cells of industrial groups and educational institutes have been asked to prepare orientation courses for counselling of students and unemployed youths.
Carrying banners, students raised slogans denouncing social evils. Students had prepared charts highlighting various aspects of environmental education and preservation. Principal Harjit Singh Khatra and convener Dharminder Singh Shahid supervised the rally, which was held in compliance with the directions of the State Education Department. They urged residents to associate themselves with the crusade against evils destabilising the society. Parents should ensure their wards do not use unfair means during exams.
Items presented by students during drama, histrionics and other creative arts events highlighted causes and consequences of social evils, including illiteracy, drug addiction, gender bias and dowry system. Our Correspondent Ludhiana, October 8 A week-long cultural and literary festival got off to a colourful start at the Punjab College of Technical Education PCTE with events like solo song, group dance, fashion show, street plays, quiz and 'not-to-miss' Western group dance.
The festival includes cultural and literary events of Turf, an inter-school competition, Koshish, an intra-PCTE Group of Institutes competition, and Ehsaas, an inter-college competition. In all, 30 teams from various schools of Ludhiana district participated in the Turf competition today. Cash prizes of Rs 42, were given to the winners of various events in this competition. He also congratulated all the participants from various schools and emphasised that festivals like this help in nurturing young talent and providing students a platform to demonstrate their skills.
Students spoke about the lives of the sages and recited bhajans, shabads and aarti. Principal Suman Arora appreciated the creativity of the students. The president of the school management committee, Balraj Bhasin, encouraged the students. Executive director Gurkirat singh and campus director Dr Vijay Athavale also contributed their bit for a cleaner campus. NCC in-charge KJS Gill said the cleanliness drive would not only be limited to the institute only and that the cadets would visit villages too and clean streets and playgrounds to take the Swachh Bharat campaign to its logical conclusion.
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The volunteers resolved to carry out their patriotic duty to restore order by cleaning the surroundings. They also apprised the villagers of the significance of hygiene in healthy living.
The drive was carried out by the principal, teachers and student volunteers. In all, student volunteers participated in the campaign. The teams from various colleges of Ludhiana, Moga, Hoshiarpur and Kapurthala districts shall be taking part in 43 events, including fine arts, singing, dancing, folk dances and mimes.
A year-old youth from Sarabha Nagar, a year-old man from the Dhandra Road area and a year-old boy from Chander Nagar, all under treatment at DMC Hospital, are confirmed cases of dengue. The number of patients diagnosed at Ludhiana hospitals for dengue has gone up to Retired mass media officer Satish Sachdeva gave tips to the students on keeping themselves and their surroundings clean. He advised them to wear full sleeves shirts and pants. General check-up of children would also be conducted in addition to eye check-up.
Dr Tanya Mahal, chief paediatrician, stressed the need for a balanced diet in children as deficiency of many vitamins can lead to several eye problems. During the camp, awareness for childhood diseases would be created and free spectacles will be given to poor children.
Refractive errors, lazy eye and cataract are major problems in chidren which can be cured at an early stage and prevent blindness. It is a comic play about an urban married couple that brings home the message that a wife is a unique person in the world. The victim, Harjinderjeet Kaur, a resident of Pamal village, succeeded in noting down the registration number of the motorcycle. The police have identified one of the snatchers as Sunny of Railway Colony.
According to Harjinderjeet Kaur, she, along with her mother, was going towards Lallto Kalan village at around 6: The accused, who were carrying a sharp weapon, intimidated them. They snatched the gold chain from her neck and fled the spot. Meanwhile, the Moti Nagar police station arrested two snatchers and recovered four mobile phones from their possession, which they had recently snatched residents across the city.
During preliminary investigation, the snatchers confessed that they had snatched the mobiles from commuters at different locations in the city. There has been a spurt in the snatching incidents in the past few weeks. Lovely Enterprises is a wholesale dealer of desi ghee.
Five drums and seven tins of desi ghee were seized by the department, a sample of which has been sent for testing. Many such Verka tins were also seized. Besides, the company was also found indulging in repackaging of skimmed milk powder into smaller packets. A sample of the skimmed milk powder has also been taken by the department, added the DHO. With Diwali round the corner, adulteration of sweets and other milk products is on the rise. The Health Department is carrying out raids in order to check adulteration.
Samples of sweets are collected daily. This incident has once again put a question mark over the quality of sweets and milk products sold in huge quantities during the festive season. People are vary of buying even branded products as even these can be adulterated.
Ghee can be adulterated easily. The sample of one lot has been cleared while that of the second lot has tested sub-standard. Our Correspondent Mandi Ahmedgarh, Oct 8 The Sangrur district police claimed to have busted a gang of miscreants which has been snatching jewellery after waylaying women and girls on deserted roads and highways and later selling the ornaments to jewellers. While the miscreants were arrested when they were going to sell the snatched items to a jeweller in Nabha, however, the jeweller is yet to be nabbed.
The jewellers who have been purchasing ornaments from the accused at throwaway prices have been identified as Sandeep Kumar, Ranjit Kumar Bangali and Surinder Pal alias Happy of Sunam.
They were yet to be arrested. Senior Superintendent of Police, Sangrur, Mandeep Singh Sidhu, said the CIA police, under the supervision of in charge Gurmel Singh, had nabbed three motorcycle-borne youths who were carrying ornaments worth thousands and sharp-edged weapons.
Investigations revealed that the trio had been involved in incidents of snatchings at various places in the region and at least five cases had been registered against them at various police stations in the past.
A large number of buildings and tall walls, which has since been partly collapsed, continue threaten residents of local towns and surrounding localities like Malaudh, Payal, Barundi, Kup, Jandali, Baurhai and Ghungrana villages.
Investigations further revealed that a few of these buildings had already been declared unsafe. But, the authorities have tried to wash their hands by merely putting up warnings on these installations. One such building, located in busy market situated along the GT road in Khanna, which belonged to the Punjab Marketing Board, was declared unsafe over a decade ago.
Though a board warning people of potential danger has faded, the authorities have not bothered to get the building demolished. Ravinder Puri, Kedar Kapila, Dilshad and Bimal Sharma, all councillors, said the matter would be discussed and steps taken to ensure safety and security of those residing in the region. The event started with a group dance.
This was followed by solo performances, drawing competition and games. Children gave "World's Best Mom" certificates to their mother.
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Children made greeting cards for their mother. The school was decorated. Students also recited poems. Implementation of the method also helps in continuous comprehensive evaluation as each child gets a chance to think out of the box. It encourages parallel thinking and enhances reflective thinking, breaking the monotony of cramming and filling the mind with facts.
Students of classes VI to XII participated in volleyball and football tournaments that were played on the premises of the school. In the final match, Bhai Mati Dass House emerged winners while the team of Bhai Veer Singh House finished as first runners-up the volleyball tournament. A slow cycling race competition was held.
Winners were given prizes. The newly formed prefect council and the school prefects were given their duties. There was a motivational group song to boost the students Seminar Ludhiana: A seminar on "Guiding light for a successful career- A social initiative" was held at Aryabhatta Tutorials on Monday. It helped students understand the changing trends in the field of science and available career options. Training programme A one-week short term training programme on "Strengthening Research Methodology" is being organised by the department of business administration, Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College in collaboration with entrepreneurship development and industrial coordination department, NITTTR, Chandigarh.
Dr Zahir complimented the organisers for choosing an appropriate theme for the programme and spoke on the role of research in the present scenario. As many as 50 delegates from various parts of Punjab and its neighbouring states are participating in the programme.
The police said on receiving a tip-off that the accused were planning to rob petrol stations, wine shops and other godowns, it conducted a raid at their hideout in Ladpur village and nabbed three of the five accused.