02022019-LT-01.qxd 2/2/2019 12:57 AM Page 1 c m y b Ludhiana TRIBUNE SATURDAY | 2 FEBRUARY 2019 | LUDHIANA BUDGET EVOKES MIXED RESPONSE FROM TAXPAYERS Few persons say the Budget is good for farmers while bizmen rue that there is nothing in it for industry. PAGE 1 YOUNGSTERS TRAINED IN AGRIBUSINESS A seminar discusses agribusiness at the College of Agriculture, Panjab Agricultural University. c m y b PAGE 2 CONGRESS MLA CARPET BOMBS LUDHIANA MAYOR MLA Sanjay Talwar asks Mayor to provide details about sewer men and gardeners among others in the MC. PAGE 4
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