18072022-LT-01.qxd 7/18/2022 12:48 AM Page 1 c m y b Ludhiana TRIBUNE GADVASU STUDENT ON FAST UNTO DEATH HOSPITALISED PAGE 2 A student of GADVASU, who was on fast unto death, was admitted to Civil Hospital after his health deteriorated. FORECAST PARTLY CLOUDY SAMIKSHA JAISWAL TO PLAY THE FEMALE LEAD IN CONTROL ROOM PAGE 3 BREAK POINT: BURNOUT IS NOT UNCOMMON FOR CELEBRITIES Samiksha Jaiswal, who rose to fame with Zee TV’s Zindagi Ki Mehak, will be seen in new show Control Room. MAX 36°C | MIN 25°C | YESTERDAY MAX 36°C | MIN 23°C SUNSET MONDAY 7:30 PM PAGE 4 Guitarist Carlos Santana rescheduled his concerts after he collapsed on stage near Detroit due to heat exhaustion. SUNRISE TUESDAY 5:35 AM MONDAY | 18 JULY 2022 | LUDHIANA INBRIEF 10-YEAR-OLD BOY SODOMISED Ludhiana: An unidentified person allegedly sodomised a 10-year-old boy at Amargarh Kalera village, near Jagraon. The Sadar Jagraon police have registered a sodomy case against the accused and launched a probe to identify him. The victim’s mother said her son was studying in Class VI. On May 10 when he was going to school, he was stopped by an unidentified person. The accused was first administered some injection on the arm. When he lost consciousness, the accused sodomised him. For the next few days, the accused continued to sodomise the boy. The woman alleged that on June 27, the health of her son deteriorated and he was taken to the Civil Hospital for treatment where doctors declared that he was sodmised due to which he suffered some health issues. Investigating officer SI Gurpreet Singh said yesterday, a case of sodomy was registered against the accused and clues were being gathered to identify him. TNS FIVE JAIL INMATES SHIFTED Ludhiana: Five accused lodged in the Central Jail, Ludhiana, in connection with the killing of Punjabi singer Sidhu Moosewala have been shifted to the Goindwal jail recently. They have been identified as Baldev Chaudhary, Jaskaran, Mani, Ninder and Satbir. They have been shifted for precautionary purpose as one of the accused, Satbir, was recently attacked in the jail by other inmates who were angered over the involvement of the accused in the Moosewala murder case. TNS 31 more contract virus in district Ludhiana, July 17 Thirtyone persons have tested positive for Covid on Sunday. A total of 1,11,000 persons have tested positive and a total of 2,297 persons have lost their lives to the deadly virus since March 2020 in the district. There were 261 active cases on Sunday, of which 253 have been asked to isolate themselves in their homes while eight are admitted to private hospitals. The recovery rate of Covid patients has gone down to 97.70 per cent. Till date, a total of 37,62,194 samples have been taken, of which 36,36,269 were found negative. — TNS COVID-19 FIGURES SAMPLES POSITIVE ACTIVE DEATHS 37,62,194 1,11,000 261 15 2,297 98.8% Ananya Chowdhery 98.8% 98.6% Amulya Dhawan Rhea Khosla STREAM: Science | SCHOOL: Sat Paul Mittal School STREAM: Commerce | SCHOOL: Sat Paul Mittal School STREAM: Commerce | SCHOOL: Sat Paul Mittal School STREAM: Commerce | SCHOOL: Sat Paul Mittal School STUDY HOURS: 3 hours in morning (4 am-7pm) and 1 hour in evening SUCCESS MANTRA: Consistent in studies AIM IN LIFE: Software coding, preferably under blockchain tech DREAM INSTITUTE: Nanyang Technological Institute, Singapore, or NUS STUDY HOURS: 6-8 hours SUCCESS MANTRA: Concentrate during school lectures, self-study AIM IN LIFE: Join marketing field DREAM INSTITUTE: Lady Sriram College, Delhi. STUDY HOURS: No specific hours SUCCESS MANTRA: Balancing life AIM IN LIFE: Law DREAM INSTITUTE:National Law School of India University, Bengaluru STUDY HOURS: 6-8 hours, by taking breaks SUCCESS MANTRA: Regular in studies AIM IN LIFE: Chartered Accountant DREAM INSTITUTE: Shri Ram College of Commerce, Delhi Students come out with flying colours ICSE CLASS X RESULTS Manav Mander Tribune News Service Ludhiana, July 17 The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) today declared the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) Class X results. Marks of Semester 1, Semester 2 and project (internal assessment ) have been added by the council and the results have been declared on the basis of the computation of the same. Students of Sat Paul Mittal School aced the board exams by crossing all hurdles such as pandemic and changed paper pattern. In science stream in Class X, Ananya Chowdhery secured the first position in the district with 98.8 per cent marks, Bhavya Bansal secured 98.4 per cent marks and Tanishq Aggarwal scored 98.2 per cent marks in the stream. In commerce stream, Raina Students of Sat Paul Mittal celebrate their success in the ICSE Class X exams. ASHWANI DHIMAN Students of Sacred Heart Convent School, Chandigarh Road, flash the victory sign in Ludhiana. Mehra topped with 98.8 per cent marks followed by Amulya Dhawan and Rhea Khosla with 98.6 per cent marks and Manvi Singh securing 98 per cent marks. Bhupinder Gogia, principal, Sat Paul Mittal School, congratulated parents and staff and applauded the Crispin Maria felicitated the students for their excellent performance and praised all of them by saying: “The students burnt midnight oil to bring success in abundance. It is the result of their untiring efforts of mentors who guided them at each and every step.” remarkable efforts of the students and teachers for the excellent results. Meanwhile, students of Sacred Heart Convent School, Chandigarh Road, also proved their mettle by showcasing a laudable performance in the exams. Abhinav Jain from science stream secured the first position in the school by scoring 98.2 per cent marks. The second position is bagged by Arshpreet Kaur by scoring 97.8 per cent marks while Sukhpreet Singh has got the third position in the school by obtaining 97.6 per cent marks. School principal Rev Sr Councillor’s husband nabbed with poppy husk, drug money Minor raped, impregnated by man; booked Tribune News Service Tribune News Service Ludhiana, July 17 The Khanna police claimed to have arrested the husband of the sitting Congress councillor of Maloud, Khanna, on Sunday and seized 20 kg of poppy husk, along with Rs 1.5 lakh drug money and 60 bottles of whisky, from him. The accused has been identified as Gurpreet Singh Gopi of Maloud. He is also a Congress worker. He is the husband of councillor from Ward 1 Ramandeep Kaur. The DCP Payal, Harsimrat , Chetra, in a press statement said a tip-off was received that the the man was into the drug smuggling trade for a long time and he was on the way to deliver a huge consignment of narcotics and illegal liquor to his clients. Accordingly, the police par- Ludhiana, July 17 A 15-year-old girl was allegedly raped and impregnated by a man in Sidhwan Bet. The Ludhiana rural police registered a rape case against the accused, Paramjit Singh Peeta, a resident of Kaind, Dehlon. The complainant told the police that she had been working at the house of Sonu Singh for the past around one year. The accused, who was a friend of Sonu, used to visit the house. She developed a friendship with him. The latter also proposed her for marriage. “On the pretext of marriage, the accused continued to physically exploit me for more than a year. Whenever I tried to stop him, he used to issue life threats to me,” the victim alleged. The complainant alleged that recently she suffered acute pain in her stomach, following which her aunt took her to a hospital, where the doctor after check-up confirmed that she was eight-month pregnant. The girl lodged a complaint after which a case was registered by the police on Saturday. Investigating Officer ASI Kamaljit Kaur said raids were being conducted to nab the man. The accused in Khanna police custody on Sunday. TRIBUNE PHOTO ty laid a naka at Somal Kheri village and the Ambassador car (bearing registration no. PB05 A B7425) of the accused was signalled to stop for checking. During the search, poppy husk, illegal liquor and drug money was seized. A case under the NDPS Act and the Excise Act was registered against the accused on Sunday. Chetra said now, his police remand would be sought so that in further interrogation other big smugglers involved in the racket could be arrested. The police said Gurpreet was into the drug trade for a long time but due to his political influence, he was escaping the clutches of law. 110-gm gold, ~1.65L cash stolen from house Ludhiana, July 17 Miscreants targeted a house on the Kalgidhar road here and decamped with Rs 1.65 lakh in cash and 11 tola of gold ornaments. Occupants were sleeping in their rooms when the thieves committed the theft. The incident came to the fore this morning when the house owner, Paramjit Kaur, woke up and found the entire house ransacked. The thieves entered the 98.6% Raina Mehra house from the rooftop. Police personnel reached the house and started a probe. The police also got a CCTV footage in which one of the miscreants was seen entering the house. SHO inspector Nardev Singh said CCTV cameras were being scanned to identify the thieves. A case has been registered. Groups clash at Sector 32 market, shots fired into air Two groups clashed at the Sector 32 market late on Sunday evening and members of one of the groups also fired shots in the air. No one suffered injuries in the incident. However, panic had spread in the area. Sachin Gill, along with his friends, was celebrating his birthday in the market when members of their rival group also reached the spot and started heated arguments. In no time, arguments took the shape of a scuffle and the rival group fired shots into the air and fled. ACP East Gurdev Singh said rivalry between the two groups was seemed to be the cause behind the scuffle. He said no complaint was received so far in the case. Sources said the persons who had fired the shots were accomplices of a notorious gangster lodged in the Central Jail, Ludhiana. — TNS c m y b Students of Sacred Heart Convent Senior Secondary School, Sahnewal, also fared well in the exams. This year, many students scored above 90 per cent marks. Agam Aujla (98 per cent), Mudit Patial (97.80 per cent), Japleen Kaur Bedi (97.80 per cent) and Aakriti Sinha (96.40 per cent) brought laurels to the institution by passing the examinations with flying colours. Director of the School Rev Fr Roby Kolenchery and principal Rev Sr Sherin Thomas congratulated the students, their parents and teachers for the marvelous results.
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