08032019-ATR-01.qxd 3/8/2019 12:16 AM Page 1 c m y b Amritsar TRIBUNE FRIDAY | 8 MARCH 2019 | AMRITSAR EMPLOYEES HOLD PEN-DOWN STRIKE FOR DA ARREARS Members of the Punjab State Ministerial Staff Union demand DA arrears and regularisation of jobs. PAGE 2 NINE ROBBERS ARRESTED; 30 BIKES RECOVERED PAGE 3 Junk dealer, mobile repair shop owner among those held; three of their accomplices on the run. RANBIR AND ALIA TO SETTLE DOWN IN NYC PAGE 4 This year, both Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt have their hands full with professional commitments. CELEBRATIONS GALORE, ALL THROUGH THE WEEK! Celebrate Women's Day at Trilium with exciting activities. Over 50 celebrated artists showcase their art Fashion show and recognising city achievers Makeover Marathon ANCHOR BRANDS & EXCLUSIVE BRANDS NOW OPEN BON SOMMIEL POPULAR BRANDS AT TRILIUM Plot no. C-4, Opp. Basant Avenue, Medical Enclave, Circular Road, Amritsar - 143001 c m y b Facebook.com/triliumretail email@example.com *Terms & Conditions Apply Nukkad Nataak performances by local artists
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