10022019-LT-01.qxd 2/9/2019 11:25 PM Page 1 c m y b Ludhiana TRIBUNE SUNDAY | 10 FEBRUARY 2019 | LUDHIANA CREATIVITY TAKES CENTRE STAGE AT INSPIRE CTU hosts state-level scientific project competition, wherein 78 school students showcase innovative projects. PAGE 2 18 RESCUED FROM ILLEGAL DE-ADDICTION CENTRE A health team raided a de-addiction centre at Alamgir village, sealed it and rescued its inmates. c m y b PAGE 3 IEC VAN FLAGGED OFF TO ENHANCE RURAL OUTREACH IEC was flagged off from Koom Kalan under government's ‘Tandarust Punjab Sehat Muhim’. PAGE 4
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