29062022-LT-01.qxd 6/29/2022 12:30 AM Page 1 c m y b Ludhiana TRIBUNE PAGE 2 CITY GIRL ISHROOP MAKES IT TO JR ASIAN JUDO C’SHIP City judoka Ishroop Narang all set to represent the country in the Cadet Junior Asian Judo C’ship in Bangkok. FORECAST PARTLY CLOUDY MADDAM SIR ACTOR ANUPAMA FLAUNTS HER NEW LOOKS PAGE 3 RAVEENA TANDON TO BE BEST WOMAN AT MIKA’S WEDDING Maddam Sir actor Anupama Solanki recently got a new outdoor photoshoot done and is excited to share her looks. MAX 38°C | MIN 31°C | YESTERDAY MAX 39°C | MIN 31°C SUNSET WEDNESDAY 7:34 PM PAGE 3 Star Bharat is bringing us the most important journey of Mika Singh’s lifewhere he is on a mission to find his life partner. SUNRISE THURSDAY 5:26 AM WEDNESDAY | 29 JUNE 2022 | LUDHIANA COMMERCE Youth’s body recovered from canal SCIENCE Tribune News Service Ludhiana, June 28 The body of a youth aged between 18 and 20 years was recovered from a canal in Mullanpur Dakha here yesterday. The boy was reportedly murdered and his body was thrown into the canal. After getting information, 98.80% 99.20% Muskan from RS Model Senior Secondary School with her parents. Rohit Kumar, topper in the science stream from Ludhiana district. Students celebrate their success after the declaration of the results in Ludhiana on Tuesday. PHOTOS: HIMANSHU MAHAJAN Ludhiana students come out with flying colours PSEB Class XII RESULT 70 from the district figure in merit list of 302; achievers share their success mantras Manav Mander HUMANITIES HUMANITIES HUMANITIES Tribune News Service Ludhiana, June 28 Class XII students of the Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) heaved a sigh of relief after the board declared the results today. The declaration of the results was earlier postponed twice. This year, no separate stream-wise positions were announced. The board announced overall positions for Class XII exams. A total of 302 students from the state managed to make it to the merit list. Of this, 70 students are from Ludhiana. Ludhiana’s Arshdeep Kaur, a Humanities student from Teja Singh Sutantar Memorial Senior Secondary School, here, managed to secure overall first position in the state in the Class XII exams, the results of which were declared today. “I am happy and attribute my success to God, my parents and POWER SHUTDOWN LUDHIANA 10 am to 12 pm: Dhuri Line, Manohar Nagar, Kamla Nagar, Vishwakarma Town, Azad Nagar, Sunder Nagar 10 am to 3 pm: BRS Nagar H, l Blocks, Lodhi Club, Senior Citizens Bhawan 10 am to 5 pm: Ishar Nagar, Block A, B, C Dhillon Colony, Captain Nagar, Star Road Area, Lohara ~40L unaccounted cash recovered Tribune News Service Ludhiana, June 28 The Khanna police recovered ~40 lakh unaccounted cash from three persons. SSP Khanna Ravi Kumar said a police team laid a naka for routine check. On suspicion, the police stopped three persons for checking. A sum of ~40 lakh was recovered from them during the checking of their belongings. The SSP said to ensure transparency, the seized money was counted in the presence of a senior officer and the entire process was videographed. Meanwhile, the Income Tax Department was informed about the money. The amount was safely deposited in the “malkhana” of the police station. 99.40% Arshdeep Kaur celebrates her success with her family members. OVERALL FIRST Ludhiana’s Arshdeep Kaur, a Humanities student from Teja Singh Sutantar Memorial Senior Secondary School, here, secured overall first position in the state in the Class XII exams, the results of which were declared on Tuesday. TOPPERSPEAK I am happy and attribute my success to God, my parents and my teachers. Arshdeep Kaur ❝ ❞ my teachers,” she said. Arshdeep who is at her relative’s place in Batala, said she couldn’t wait to be back in Ludhiana and celebrate the success with her family Key accused Karan lands in police net FIRING INCIDENT Tribune News Service Ludhiana, June 28 The police today arrested the key accused, Karan Kalia, who, along with his aides, had shot at a 20year-old youth, Kartik Baggan, near Naulakha Garden colony on Saturday night. Assistant Commissioner of Police (Central) Harsimrat Chetra said the police parties were conducting raids to nab the accused. Today, they got a tip-off about the whereabouts of the key accused. Accordingly, the police party conducted a raid and nabbed the accused. “We will seek his police remand to know about the whereabouts of other suspects. We will also inquire THE CASE The key accused, Karan Kalia, along with his aides, had shot at a 20-year-old youth, Kartik Baggan, near Naulakha Garden colony on Saturday night. about the involvement of any gang behind the incident,” said ACP Harsimrat. Notably, an attempt-tomurder case was registered against 12 persons Karan Kalia, Vishu Kainth, Kamal, Kunal Sharma, Dikshan Tandon, Nik Oberoi, Billa Wadda, Karan Sharma, Raman Rajput, Neeraj Rajput, Shivam Mota and Rishav Benipal. Shivam and Rishav are already lodged in the Central Jail, Ludhiana. The victim’s family had alleged that the duo had hatched the conspiracy from the jail. 99.20% 99% Teesha Mehta from RS Model Senior Secondary School is all smiles with her father in Ludhiana on Tuesday. Baishali from Teja Singh Sutantar Memorial Senior Secondary School flashes the victory sign with her mother. members, teachers and friends. Arshdeep’s father is a mechanic and her mother is a homemaker. She aspires to be an IAS officer. From Ludhiana, Teesha daily and revising everything done in the school was my mantra for success,” she said. Fourth rank in the merit list here was shared by Priya (Commerce) from Sanmati Vimal Jain Senior Secondary Public School, Jagraon, Harshu Sharma (Humanities) from Shaheed-e-Azam Sukhdev Thapar Government Girls Senior Secondary School and Komalpreet Kaur (Humanities) and Rohit Kumar (Science), both from Teja Singh Sutantar Memorial Senior Secondary School. All these students secured 98.80 per cent marks. Rohit Kumar is topper in the science stream from Ludhiana district. Rohit, a nonmedical student wants to become a computer engineer. “Future lies in technology and I am intrigued by the fact how a machine is capable of learning and imitating human actions. Hence, I want to adopt computer technology for my future,” he said. Inspector Ajitpal Singh, Dakha SHO, said the victim’s head had sharp injuries. He was reportedly attacked with a sharp weapon on his head. It seems that the body has been dumped into the canal one day ago. the Dakha police reached the spot and fished out the body from the canal. Dakha Station House Officer Inspector Ajitpal Singh said Bachitar Singh of Changan village noticed a body floating in the canal. He immediately informed the police about the incident. “The victim’s head had sharp injuries. He was reportedly attacked with a sharp weapon on his head. It seems that the body has been dumped into the canal a day ago. All police stations of Jagraon, Ludhiana and Khanna have been informed about the recovery of a body from the canal. Nearby residents are also being asked to identify the body,” said SHO Singh. Singh said so far a murder case had been registered against unknown persons and further probe was on to get clue about the killers. Moongprocurement picks up pace in dist Nitin Jain Tribune News Service Ludhiana, June 28 The procurement of moong, one of the main pulses grown during the kharif season, has picked up pace with the farmers getting up and above the minimum support price (MSP) of their produce, at Jagraon grain market, the state’s main purchase centre, in Ludhiana, the administration has confirmed. From 2,216 metric tonnes (MT) on June 20, the moong purchase has gone up four times in a week by crossing 8,758 MT mark on Tuesday, the officials have revealed. Deputy Commissioner Surabhi Malik, who was reviewing the progress of moong procurement on a daily basis, told The Tribune that the farmers have fetched up to ~7,475 per quintal for moong against the MSP of ~7,275 at the Jagraon mandi. She said elaborate arrange- Farmers get above MSP; purchase up four times in a week IN FIGURES Arrival 88,190 Procurement 87,581 Markfed 2,270 Private 85,311 SELLING PRICE Highest Lowest MSP ~7,475 ~5,850 ~7,275 (Source: Administration, figures in quintals, price per quintal) <
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