19112022-LT-01.qxd 11/19/2022 12:52 AM Page 1 c m y b Ludhiana TRIBUNE SATURDAY | 19 NOVEMBER 2022 | LUDHIANA HOMELESS BRAVE CHILL AS MERCURY DIPS IN CITY Despite the dip in minimum temperature in city, the MC is yet to resume the night shelter service for homeless in city. INSIDE DC MALIK, MC COMMISSIONER INSPECT SIDHWAN CANAL Chain-linked fencing to be installed along the canal to restrict the dumping of waste, says MC chief Shena Aggarwal. c m y b INSIDE SUSPECT IN LOOT CASES HELD AFTER CHASE, FIRING The suspect suffered bullet injury on his foot during an exchange of fire with cops after the former fired at the police party. INSIDE
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