Friday, Oct 24, 2014
Chinese gift items record brisk sale

Chinese gift items record brisk sale

Sunil Mehra, a yarn dealer, said, “One can see Chinese blankets and quilts these days; they are cheaper than our Indian products.”

Potters disappointed as diya sales yet to pick up

Potters disappointed as diya sales yet to pick up

Most potters said that the sale was lower compared to last year and not even 50% of their products had been sold out.

From Other Cities

After meeting Raj Thackeray, lone MNS MLA Sonawane says he will follow party chief’s instructions on BJP’s call.

Besides, the new government perhaps also wants to make a statement by holding the event in Haryana.

Intense lobbying is on for the 10 Rajya Sabha seats which will fall vacant on 25 November.

Sunil Mehra, a yarn dealer, said, “One can see Chinese blankets and quilts these days; they are cheaper than our Indian products.”

While this may be the first technology magazine, there have been many e-anks over the last couple of years.

No party has much to say on decrepit transport infrastructure, housing etc.

Tired of negotiating within the limits of their positions, some are now prioritising issues concerning state government departments.

Earlier, Rafiqul, a spokesperson of the All India United Democratic Front, said it was pointless to malign the entire madrasa system.

After 4 years, city’s chances of getting a minister look bright.

Accused claim she died of drug overdose; police wait for the post-mortem report.

Although the situation has been brought under control, a strong police presence continues to guard the tense village.

‘Ram Temple exists in Ayodhya, question now is of giving it grand shape’

Also followed were JCB machines and trolleys to lift the garbage.

Centre likely to give apex court a clear plan on Oct 28.

More From Ludhiana

Cracker sale dips as children opt for green Diwali
Cracker sale dips as children opt for green Diwali

Unlike previous years, there are no customers making beeline to get crackers in Dana Mandi and huge stocks are lying back, said a dealer Tarun Grover.

Chinese gift items record brisk sale
Chinese gift items record brisk sale

Sunil Mehra, a yarn dealer, said, “One can see Chinese blankets and quilts these days; they are cheaper than our Indian products.”

Potters disappointed as diya sales yet to pick up
Potters disappointed as diya sales yet to pick up

Most potters said that the sale was lower compared to last year and not even 50% of their products had been sold out.

Police detain Cong men on dharna outside CM’s house in Badal

The Congress workers were protesting against tardy lifting of paddy in mandis and problems being faced by cotton growers.

Govt seeks data on farmers owning more than 5 acres

Work is on in full swing at the district level, where patwaris are busy making the lists.

Farmers reject govt’s direct payment scheme, prefer to deal with commission agents

The scheme requires farmers to fill a form, which includes details such as name, address and bank account number.

Boy ‘sexually exploited’ by landlady, kin

The victim is also under severe depression and showed no interest in studies for a year.

Ex-Ludhiana MP Gurcharan Ghalib passes away
Ex-Ludhiana MP Gurcharan Ghalib passes away

Ghalib had been undergoing treatment at the Dayanand Medical College and Hospital in Ludhiana since October 13.

Own ward in shatters, SAD councillor leads cleanliness drive in Leisure Valley
Own ward in shatters, SAD councillor leads cleanliness drive in Leisure Valley

Also followed were JCB machines and trolleys to lift the garbage.

BSP to start Punjab Bachao Abhiyaan from November 1
BSP to start Punjab Bachao Abhiyaan from November 1

The rally was taken out from Dana Mandi, Jalandhar Bypass.

HP centre helps PAU with wheat research
HP centre helps PAU with wheat research

It also houses a a seed bank, laboratory, greenhouse and other facilities.

‘No spitting’ boards up in Zone D office
‘No spitting’ boards up in Zone D office

Special corner for spitting has been created for pan-eaters

Dr Supriya’s suicide: DMCH  management says no doctor should be falsely implicated
Dr Supriya’s suicide: DMCH management says no doctor should be falsely implicated

Chairman of SC/ST Commission, Punjab, demands free and fair probe

No power backup in PAU hostels, students study under streetlights for exams
No power backup in PAU hostels, students study under streetlights for exams

Electricity was restored after five hours and till then students were forced to study under street lights.

Fuel bills mounting, V-C asks PAU staff to be judicious
Fuel bills mounting, V-C asks PAU staff to be judicious

The varsity owns 36 of its own cars including 13 petrol-run Ambassador cars.

India, Pakistan should shun war rhetoric, work for peace: CPI
India, Pakistan should shun war rhetoric, work for peace: CPI

Others who addressed the rally included Gulzar Gorea, Gurnam Sidhu, Kewal Singh, Gurnam Gill, Ramesh Rattan and Vijay Kumar.

Walnuts from J-K arrive, but prices jump by over 100 pc
Walnuts from J-K arrive, but prices jump by over 100 pc

Interestingly, information revealed that price of walnuts in Jammu had risen by 15-20% only.

Vigilance, departmental probes pending for years, MC employees get promotions
Vigilance, departmental probes pending for years, MC employees get promotions

In some cases, employees have even died but the inquiries are pending.

Overcharged at mini-secretariat parking, resident writes to police
Overcharged at mini-secretariat parking, resident writes to police

Two video clippings of these incidents of overcharging were also submitted to the police.

Woman involved son to kill husband, held
Woman involved son to kill husband, held

The police claimed that the woman had developed illicit relations with someone.

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