19062022-ATR-01.qxd 6/18/2022 11:22 PM Page 1 c m y b Amritsar TRIBUNE SUNDAY | 19 JUNE 2022 | AMRITSAR MC DELIMITATION SURVEY CONTINUES AT A SNAIL'S PACE MC elections: The civic body teams may take more time to approach 3.5 lakh households in the city. INSIDE NRI SHOOTS GYM OWNER TO DEATH, FIVE BOOKED A monetary dispute turned fatal after an NRI allegedly shot a gym owner dead outside posh Dream City colony. c m y b INSIDE AGNIPATH ROW: FOUR TRAINS CANCELLED, MORE IN LINE Owing to row over Agnipath, Northern Railway has announced to cancel six more trains starting from Sunday. INSIDE
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