04042019-ATR-01.qxd 4/4/2019 12:44 AM Page 1 c m y b Amritsar TRIBUNE THURSDAY | 4 APRIL 2019 | AMRITSAR BRTS ANNOUNCES DOPE TEST FOR BUS STAFF MEMBERS The decision comes in the wake of a recent mishap when a bus hit a car, injuring two in the city. PAGE 3 CIVIC BODY TO ISSUE DEATH CERTIFICATES WITHOUT DELAY MC opens office near Shivpuri cremation ground to register deaths every day. c m y b PAGE 3 SEARCH OPERATIONS AT BUS STAND, RAILWAY STATION Sniffer dogs pressed into service, but nothing objectionable found. Elections are round the corner. PAGE 4
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