07052019-LT-01.qxd 5/7/2019 12:13 AM Page 1 c m y b Ludhiana TRIBUNE PAGE 2 PU GIVES STUDENTS A GOLDEN CHANCE The opportunity is for students who have exhausted all their chances but could not qualify their examinations. FORECAST MAINLY CLEAR SKY INBRIEF ONE BOOKED FOR DUPING MAN Ludhiana: The police have booked a person for allegedly duping a man of ~51,000 on the pretext of sending him abroad. The accused has been identified as Joginder Singh of Dashmesh Nagar, Ludhiana. Jaiswal of Gorakhpur in UP said Joginder promised to send him abroad and demanded ~1 lakh from him. He said he handed over ~51,000 to Joginder Singh in June 2018, but even after six months, he failed to send him abroad. He told the police that when he asked Joginder to return his money, he refused. IO ASI Lakhvir Singh said the police have registered a case under Sections 420 of IPC and Immigration Act against the accused, who is still at large. The police are searching for him. TNS ONE HELD WITH 10-GRAM HEROIN Ludhiana: The police have arrested a drug peddler and seized 10-gram heroin from him. The accused has been identified as Gurdeep Singh, alias Gippy, of Talwandi Kalan village. The police have registered a case against the accused under the NDPS Act at Salem Tabri police station. According to ASI Kashmir Singh, he, along with a police party, was patrolling on Fatehpur-Talwandi Kalan link road, when the police spotted a suspicious youth. They stopped him and when searched, recovered 10-gram heroin from him, following which he was arrested. TNS ILLICIT LIQUOR SEIZED Ludhiana:The Focal Point police have seized 5 cartons of illicit liquor from a shop in Ishwar Colony area of Ludhiana. The police have registered a case under Excise Act against Sunil Kumar of Neechi Mangli, Ludhiana. However, he managed to escape. According to ASI Satnam Singh, they received a tip-off that a person was selling illicit liquor from his shop. Following this, a raid was carried out and liquor seized. Efforts were on to arrest the accused, the ASI said. TNS 3 CHILDREN RESCUED Ludhiana: A team of Child Protection Unit with the help of Special Task Force rescued three children, who were forced to seek alms, during a raid at the District Court Complex following a tip-off on Monday. The police have booked two persons, who used to force these children to beg, under Sections 76 of the Juvenile Justice Care and Protection of Children Act 2015 on the complaint of District Child Safety Officer. The accused have been identified as Kallu Pardhan of Ambedkar Nagar Ludhiana and Rinku Pardhan of Dugri, Ludhiana. Both are at large. The accused used to take all money collected by the children from begging. TNS FUEL PRICES PETROL ~73.31 DIESEL ~65.95 WHAT’S ON LUDHIANA Training Programme: Training for teachers on 'Financial Market Management' by CBSE at BCM Arya Model Senior Secondary School from 10 am to 5 pm PAGE 3 OFFICIALS BLAME WEATHER FOR WHEAT PILE-UP BAINS ACCUSES CONGRESS OF TAKING HELP OF DRUG PEDDLER Huge quantity of wheat lying at Sahnewal grain market. Authorities least concerned, say irate farmers. MAX 41°C | MIN 23°C | YESTERDAY MAX 40°C | MIN 22°C SUNSET TUESDAY 7: 09 PM LIP chief Simarjit Singh Bains accuses Ravneet Singh Bittu of taking help of notorious drug-peddler. SUNRISE WEDNESDAY 5: 36 AM TUESDAY | 7 MAY 2019 | LUDHIANA Navish, Avni shine in district CBSE Class X results: Both students score 494 marks out of total 500 Disability no bar for Jasleen Kaur Tribune News Service Shivani Bhakoo Tribune News Service Ludhiana, May 6 Navish Mittal, a student from DAV Public School, Jagraon, and Avni Aggarwal from KVM School, Ludhiana, have topped in the district in Class X exams, the results of which were declared by the CBSE on Monday. Both Navish and Avni have scored 98.8 per marks. Besides, those who remained at number two in the district include Varinda, Sargam and Once Kaur from KVM School, Sanyam Gupta from DAV School and Shachi Gupta from DPS Khanna. There are 13 students, who have secured the third positions i.e. up to 98.4 per cent marks (those who scored over 492 marks out of 500 marks). Of these, 10 are girls and three boys. There are over 300 schools in the district that are affiliated to the CBSE, while 70 (approximately) are in the city. There is an equal percentage of boys and girls Students and staff of DAV Public School, BRS Nagar, in a jubilant mood after the declaration of CBSE Class X board results in Ludhiana on Monday. TRIBUNE PHOTO: HIMANSHU MAHAJAN (50:50) in these schools. In all these years, girls have always excelled and performed well from their male counterparts. Both Navish Mittal and Avni Aggarwal have scored 494 marks out of 500. Those with 98.6 per cent include PAGE 4 Sanyam Gupta, Varinda, Shachi Gupta, Once Kaur and Sargam Jain. These students have scored 493/500 marks, while six students have scored 492 marks. Of these, one is a boy and five girls. NAVISH MITTAL AVNI AGGARWAL SHACHI GUPTA SANYAM GUPTA SARGAM JAIN ONCE KAUR KVM, Ludhiana DPS Khanna DAV School, BRS Nagar KVM, Ludhiana KVM, Ludhiana Once a child teased ❝for having 'broken her fingers' when she was small. But then, we made her realise that this should not put her in low spirits and she should prove that she is better than others and she did. We are so proud of her. She is bubbly and a happy child, who never cribs for anything and that is her strength ❞ Narinder Singh, JASLEEN’S FATHER and a happy child, who never cribs for anything and that is her strength.” On being asked if she felt any difficulty while writing with just two fingers, Jasleen said now, she was used to it and the speed of writing has also improved with time. She could compete with all batch mates as far as writing is concerned. “I thank all those who teased me as this has evolved me into a strong girl, who can fulfil her dreams,” Jasleen said. VARINDA DAV School, Jagraon Ludhiana, May 6 Jasleen Kaur of BCM School has scored 92 per cent marks in Class-X exams. She is suffering from Locomotive Disorder. Her fingers of hands and feet have not developed and she can write only with her thumb and little finger. But this disability has not deterred her from performing well. Talking to The Tribune, Jasleen said she never felt inferior because of her disability. “Rather, I have taken it as my strength to prove the world that I can do and perform like any other normal human being. Secondly, I have not kept any tuition and believe in self-study. I used to study for 4-5 hours,” she said. Her father Narinder Singh, who is a businessman, said: “Once a child teased her for having ‘broken fingers’ when she was small. But then, we made her realise that this should not put her in low spirits and she should prove that she is better than others and she did. We are so proud of her. She is bubbly KVM, Ludhiana 98.8% (494/500) 98.8% (494/500) 98.6% (493/500) 98.6% (493/500) 98.6% (493/500) 98.6% (493/500) 98.6% (493/500) Aim: To be a cardiologist Study hours: 4-5 Aim: To be an engineer Study hours: 5-6 daily Aim: Civil Services Study hours: 6-7 hours Aim: To be a cardiologist Study: 10-11 hours Aim: To be a CA Study hours: 5 hours Aim: To clear IIT Study hours: Not fixed Aim: To be a CA Study hours: 2-3 hrs Stay away from mobile phones, say toppers Shivani Bhakoo Tribune News Service Ludhiana, May 6 All toppers want students to stay away from mobile phones, which according to them is nothing but a distraction. “Once we have chosen a line and everything is streamlined, we can have phones and be active on social media, but till then, these should be avoided,” the toppers said. Navish Mittal from DAV Public School, Jagraon, who topped the district, does not getting addicted ❝When I startedbrother asked meto mobile phone, my to stay away. Today, I am really thankful to him that I remained away from this addiction and scored well in Class X. I would like to request parents and students that no personal phone should be given to students as these are mere distractions ❞ Sanyam Gupta, DAV PUBLIC SCHOOL STUDENT have a mobile phone. His father Dr Madan Mittal said he never asked for a phone from them. If there was a need, he used his mother’s phone but never ever had a personal phone. Parents of second topper Avni Aggarwal, from KVM School, Ludhiana, had given her a mobile phone when she used to go for tuitions just to stay in contact. Otherwise, she had not downloaded any social media app and surfed google for studies only. DAV Public School student Sanyam Gupta, who scored 98.6 per cent marks, said: “When I started getting addicted to mobile phone, my brother asked me to stay away. Today, I am really thankful to him that I remained away from this addiction and scored well in Class X. I would like to request parents and students that no personal phone should be given to students as these are mere distractions.” A student of DPS, Khanna, Shachi Gupta, who scored 98.6 per cent marks, said: “I did install Instagram on my phone, but when I saw that it was wasting my precious time, I immediately deleted it.” Jasleen Kaur of BCM School has scored 92 per cent marks in Class-X exams. TRIBUNE PHOTO Robbers’ gang busted, 5 held Husband booked for STF recovers 200-gm heroin murdering wife Were planning to loot UCO Bank branch Tribune News Service Jaswant Shetra Tribune News Service Ludhiana, May 6 The police have arrested five persons, allegedly members of a robbers’ gang, while they were planning a robbery. The accused have been identified as Sonu Purparkar of Giaspura, Rakesh Pandey of Giaspura, Naveen Bajaj of Shimlapuri, Kuldeep Singh of Fateh Singh Nagar and Rinku Kumar of Gurmail Nagar in Giaspura area of Ludhiana. The police have also recovered one 315 bore pistol, two live cartridges of 315 bore, a sword, some other sharp weapons and a stolen scooter from the accused. The accused were arrested from a vacant room near Old Octroi, following a tip-off late Sunday evening. According to the police, the accused were making plans to execute loot at UCO Bank branch in Jugiana, when they were arrested. Investigating Officer ASI Balvir Singh said: “Following a tip-off, we constituted a team and carried out a raid at the said place. The police asked the suspects to surrender. On finding themselves surrounded, they surrendered before the police and were arrested,” the ASI said. The police have registered a case under Sections 399 and 402 of the IPC against the accused at Sahnewal police station and further investigation was on. The accused were later produced before a court, which awarded one day police remand of the accused. The police expect some more revelations during their further questioning. Ludhiana, May 6 The police have booked a man for allegedly murdering his 24-year-old wife and then cremating her body without informing anyone. The deceased has been identified as Anjali, who originally hailed from Pahadpur village in Uttar Pradesh and was married to Daleep Kumar of Ludhiana a few years ago. The police have registered a case against Daleep Kumar, a resident of Bawa Colony on Kakowal Road , Ludhiana, and further investigation was on. However, the accused has been absconding and the police have been searching for him. Deceased’s brother Parkamlesh Kumar of Uttar Pradesh in his complaint, said his sister Anjali got married to Daleep a few years c m y b ❝ Tribune News Service My sister Anjali got married to Daleep a few years ago, following which Daleep brought her to Ludhiana, where he worked. After some time, he started beating her. He used to torture her on a regular basis and when my sister informed us, we lodged a complaint against Daleep at a police station in UP. But when Daleep came to know about this, he was irked and killed my sister ❞ Parkamlesh Kumar, DECEASED'S BROTHER ago, following which Daleep brought her to Ludhiana, where he worked. “After some time, Daleep started beating my sister. He used to torture her on a regular basis and when my sister informed us, we lodged a complaint against Daleep at a police station in Uttar Pradesh. But when Daleep came to know about this, he was irked and killed my sister. After killing her, Daleep even cremated her body without informing us. Later, he called us and informed that Anjali was very sick, due to which she lost her life. We got suspicious, when he told us that he has already cremated her,” he said. Following this, they came to Ludhiana and lodged a complaint. IO Inspector Ramji said the police have registered a case under sections 302 and 201 of IPC against Daleep. “He is absconding and efforts are on to trace him,” he said. Ludhiana, May 6 The Ludhiana police on Monday recovered 200-gram heroin on the demarcation of three alleged drug peddlers arrested by a team of Special Task Force. The drug was hidden in an air conditioner of a local hotel. Earlier, the STF team had arrested three drug peddlers and seized 150-gram heroin from them during a raid on Jassian Road in Haibowal area of Ludhiana, following a tip-off on Saturday evening. With this, the total recovery of drug has reached 350 gram. Giving details, STF Ludhiana in charge Inspector Harbans Singh said they arrested three drug peddlers, including Gurinder Singh, Ravinder Singh and Karamjit, and seized 150-gram heroin from them on Saturday. Following this, the police produced the accused before the court after registering a case against them under the NDPS Act and got their police remand. “The accused revealed that they have hidden some more drugs in an air conditioner of room number 201 of Hotel Ambassador near Dayanand Medical College and Hospital. When the police searched the said room, it recovered 200gram heroin and an electronic scale hidden in the AC,” Singh said. Now, they would try and find out more information about the source of drug and their clients. “We will seek more time for remand, which is necessary to find out the source from whom the accused used to purchase the drug and the clients to whom they used to sell it,” he said.
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