14052017-btd-01.qxd 5/13/2017 11:25 PM Page 1 c m y b SUNDAY | 14 MAY 2017 | BATHINDA BATHINDA TRIBUNE Up in arms Against all odds Keep calm and love your mom! Residents protest against the Power Department for installing a transformer in street. P2 On Mother’s Day, we salute those courageous women who complemented the valour of their martyr husbands in the battlefield of life. P3 TV stars celebrate Mother’s Day while reminiscing down the memory lane they once walked as children... P4 MAINLY CLEAR SKY | MAX 40.6°C MIN 25.6°C | YESTERDAY MAX 41.7°C MIN 26°C | SUNSET SUNDAY 7.16 PM SUNRISE MONDAY 5.37 AM FORECAST wave claims Simranjot tops with 96.22% Heatmore lives two PSEB XII RESULTS SukhmeetBhasin Tribune News Service Bathinda, May13 The hot weather conditions with temperatures hovering above 40° C in the region have claimed two more lives in the city today. A homeless person has been found lying unconscious on a footpath at the Paras Ram Nagar chowk. After getting information, volunteers of Sahara Jansewa, an NGO, reached the spot and took him to Civil Hospital, where he died. NGO president Vijay Goyal said the deceased was homeless and was seen roaming in the Paras Ram Nagar chowk area daily. They had informed the police and the body had been kept in mortuary. In the second case, an ascetic was lying ill at the railway station. A medical team was sent and till the time it reached the spot, he had died. With this two deaths due to heat wave, the total number of deaths due to heat wave have reached eight in the season. As per the Agro-Met Department of the PAU’s Regional Centre in Bathinda, the maximum temperature was registered at 43.0°C while the minimum temperature was recorded at 26.2°C. On Friday, the maximum temperature was recorded at 40.5°C while the minimum was recorded at 24.2°C. 6 Cong men booked for assaulting SAD leader Simranjot Kaur celebrates her success with parents on Saturday. TRIBUNE PHOTO: PAWAN SHARMA Amandeep (95.78) bags second spot in dist, 19th in state; Simran, Brahmjot (95.11) share third position in dist, 22nd in state TopperSpeak teachers were belong to a I don’t want to was ❝All myand experiencedhighly ❝Though Ihas its roots in ❝engineer. I wishbe ❝Imoreexpectingisa qualified and family which an to little but this always had answers to the queries of students. It is a myth that the standard of education in government schools is not up to the mark. While pursuing BSc in non-medical, I will prepare for the SSC and the Combined Graduate Level exams. the field of agriculture since my father is a farmer, I always wanted to be a doctor and one of my teachers motivated me a lot to go for it. I am expecting to score over 500 marks in the recently conducted NEET. pursue BSc nonmedical and take up teaching after finishing my higher studies. Time management worked for me and was the key to my success in the examinations. also a good score and the icing on the cake is the fact that I have topped the district in the commerce stream. I am preparing to be a chartered accountant SIMRANJOT KAUR AMANDEEP KAUR SIMRAN Bathinda, May13 Congress leader and former sarpanch of Mehraj viilage Gurpreet Singh Beera have been booked by the Nathana police for assaulting Akali leader Vinod Kumar in Bhucho Mandi last Friday. A case has been registered on the complaint of Vinod, a resident of Rampura. In the complaint, it has been alleged that Gurpreet Singh Beera, along with five unidentified Congress workers assaulted him in Bhucho Mandi when he was returning from a hospital. The police have booked Gurpreet Singh and the other unidentified accused. Vinod, whose wife Bindu Bala is a MC of the SAD from Ward No. 4, Rampura, alleged that Congress MLA Gurpreet Singh Kangar was responsible for the attack on him, which was taken place in Bhucho Mandi last Friday. The video of the incident had gone viral on the social media. Vinod blamed that leaders of the Congress want to take the charge of Municipal Council, Rampura, the president of which is Sunil Kumar Bitta from the SAD. He said he theatened me and my wife to join the Congress. Vinod blaimed that police should take necessary action in the case as they were pressured by Congress MLA Gurpreet Singh Kangar. He said if they were not booked on charge of attempt to murder, they would hold a protest. SHO, Nathana, Angrej Singh, said: “A case had been registered and we are not under any political pressure. However, Gurpreet Singh Beera, said he had no involvement in the incident. TNS AAP MLA blasts Cong P2 BRAHAMJOT KAUR ❞ ❞ ❞ Nikhila Pant Dhawan Tribune News Service Bathinda, May 13 Simranjot Kaur, a non-medical student of Government Senior Secondary School, Mandi Phul, has topped the district in the Punjab Secondary Education Board (PSEB) Class XII examinations, the results of which were announced by the board this morning. Securing 96.22 per cent marks by scoring 433 out of 450 marks, the girl made it to the merit list and bagged 17th rank in the state. Amandeep Kaur, a student of Baba Farid Senior Secondary School, has bagged the second position in the district and 19th rank in the state by securing 95.78 per cent marks in medical stream. Simran and Brahmjot Kaur, both students of Baba Farid Senior Secondary School, Deon, tied for the third position in the district and 22nd position in the state by securing 95.11 per cent marks. Of 22 districts, while Ludhiana has the highest number of A jubilant Simran, Amandeep Kaur and Brahmjot Kaur in Bathinda on Saturday. TRIBUNE PHOTO: PAWAN SHARMA 12 from Bathinda dist on merit list Of the 22 districts, while Ludhiana has the highest number of students on the merit list, Bathinda and Gurdaspur tied for the seventh place with 12 students from each of the two districts making it to the list this year. students on the merit list, Bathinda and Gurdaspur tie for the seventh place with 12 students from each district making it to the list this year. Arsh Goyal, a student of Bharatiya Model Senior Secondary School, Rampura Phul, and Priyanka Setia, a student of Baba Farid Senior Secondary School, Deon, tied for the fourth place in the district and 23rd place in the state by scoring 94.89 per cent marks. Pargeet Singh, a student of Government Senior Sec- ❞ ondary School, Talwandi Sabo, secured 94.67 per cent marks to bag the fifth place in the district and 24th rank in the state. Pooja, also a student of Baba Farid Senior Secondary School Deon, secured 94.44 per cent marks. Amritpal Singh, a student of Senior Secondary Residential School for Meritorious Students, Bathinda, secured the 26th rank in the state by scoring 94.22 per cent marks. Jasveer Singh, a student of Government Senior Secondary School, Bhagta Bhaika, was placed 27th in the state with 94 per cent marks. Gurdeep Singh, a student of Government Senior Secondary School, Mandi Phul, was also placed 27the in the state with 94 per cent marks. Panisha Gupta, a student of Bharatiya Model Senior Secondary School, Rampura Phul, secured the 29th rank in the state with 93.56 per cent marks. None from Bathinda city on merit list Shockingly, not even a single Continued on page 2 Army chief visits Chetak Corps Tribune News Service General Bipin Rawat, chief of the Army Staff, visited the Chetak Corps here on Saturday. The one-day visit was in continuation of his visit to the Sapta Shakti Command headquarters on May 12. He interacted with Formation Commanders and was briefed by Lt-General Ashwani Kumar, General Officer Commanding, Chetak Corps, on training and operational matters. He was satisfied with the high standards of training General Bipin Rawat, Chief of the Army Staff, interacts with officials of the Chetak Corps in Bathinda on Saturday. A TRIBUNE PHOTO and operational readiness of the Corps and compli- mented the Formation Commanders for maintain- ing and ensuring all-round professional excellence. c m y b Smart Plaza BHATIA ELECTRONICS S.C.F-1, The Mall, Near Railway Station, BTI. Ph. 2251424, 98140-01636
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