01042019-ATR-01.qxd 3/31/2019 11:52 PM Page 1 c m y b Amritsar TRIBUNE MONDAY | 1 APRIL 2019 | AMRITSAR HIT BY BRTS BUS, CHIEF OF DURGIANA TEMPLE HURT Ramesh Chander’s driver too has sustained severe injuries and both have been admitted to a hospital. PAGE 5 MC COLLECTS ~22.6 CRORE AS PROPERTY TAX MC's property tax office remained open till late evening on the last day of the fiscal year. c m y b PAGE 5 STRAY BULLS JEOPARDISE COMMUTERS’ LIVES Stray animals keep on wandering on the stretch from Khazana Gate to Hall Gate, near Hindustan Basti. PAGE 6
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