13052023-LT-01.qxd 5/13/2023 12:35 AM Page 1 c m y b Ludhiana tribune COPS THWART ROBBERY BID; SIX HELD, ITEMS RECOVERED ALKA KAUSHAL JOINS CAST OF ZEE TV’S RABB SE HAI DUA SHIV THAKARE LEARNS UNDERWATER SWIMMING Ludhiana (Rural) police thwart a major robbery bid by nabbing six members of a gang on Thursday night. P2 Popular actor Alka Kaushal will be seen playing the role of Hameeda, Dua’s mother, in the show. P3 Shiv Thakare leaves no stone unturned to prepare himself for upcoming season of Khatron Ke Khiladi.P3 » » FORECAST MAINLY CLEAR SKY MAX 42°C | MIN 24°C YESTERDAY MAX 40°C | MIN 21°C SUNSET SATURDAY 7.13 PM SUNRISE SUNDAY 5:32 AM » SATURDAY | 13 MAY 2023 | LUDHIANA Minor child dies in road mishap, mother critical Ludhiana, May 12 A six-year-old child was crushed to death under the wheels of a truck while his mother suffered serious injuries in a road accident on the Chandigarh road here this morning. The child has been identified as Vivan, while his injured mother was identified as Monica, who teaches at a private school. The woman, along with his son, was on way to the school. According to information, the mother-son duo was on way to the school on an Activa scooter. When they reached near Vardhman Park, a loaded truck hit their scooter. Vivan’s head came under the rear wheel of the truck, while his mother’s legs were also crushed in the mishap. The boy died on the spot, while his mother was rushed to a hospital where her condition was stated to be critical. Soon after the accident, passersby gathered at the spot and cornered the truck driver. He was later handed over to the Jamalpur police. Hit by truck, farmer dies A farmer, Kanwa Singh of Patiala, died, while three others suffered injuries after a truck rammed into their tractor-trailer in which they were travelling in on the Machhiwara road, Samrala, on Friday morning. Kanwa Singh, along with three others, was on way to Patiala. Karam Singh, who was driving the tractor-trailer, said the truck driver was driving rashly. As a result, he lost control over the vehicle and rammed it into the tractor-trailer. The truck driver fled the spot after the accident. — TNS Jasreen tops district with 99.2% CBSE CLASS XII RESULTS Students rush to schools to celebrate Shivani Bhakoo Tribune News Service Harshraj Singh Ludhiana, May 12 Jasreen Kaur, a student of DAV School, BRS Nagar, topped the district with 99.2 per cent marks in the CBSE Class XII exams, the results of which were declared today. Jasreen, a commerce student from DAV School, BRS Nagar, has scored maximum marks in the district. Ishtmeet Kaur (humanities) from Amrit Indo-Canadian Academy and Vivaan Garg (non-medical) from BCM Arya School scored 99 per cent marks in their respective steams. Prabhjeet Singh from DAV School, Pakhowal Road, and Garvit Khanna from DAV Police Lines scored highest marks (97.8%) in medical stream. The proud parents maintained that their wards gave 100 per cent and they were happy with their performance. Meanwhile in Commerce with Financial Skills stream (CFS), Manav Mahajan from BCM Arya scored highest marks (98.6%). In Mass Media, BCM Arya School student Gursimar Singh scored highest marks (97.2%). In Food Production, Navya Chawla from BCM Arya scored 96.2% marks. Tribune News Service Students of DAV Public School, BRS Nagar, flash the victory sign in Ludhiana on Friday. TRIBUNE PHOTOS: HIMANSHU MAHAJAN VIVAAN GARG JASREEN KAUR HUMANITIES NON-MEDICAL COMMERCE ■ SCHOOL: A student of BCM ■ SCHOOL: A student of DAV School, BRS Nagar ■ AIM IN LIFE: To become an economist ■ SUCCESS MANTA: Used to study ■ SCHOOL: A student of Amrit Indo-Canadian Academy ■ AIM IN LIFE: To become a leading lawyer ■ SUCCESS MANTA: Used to study for 8-10 hours a day and consistency was her success mantra. She did not take any tuition ISHTMEET KAUR ■ FAMILY: Her father is a chartered accountant, while mother is a homemaker 99% 99% 99.2% ■ for only 3-4 hours daily, but these were focused hours FAMILY: Her father is a businessman, while mother is a homemaker Tribune News Service 82-year-old man dies of Covid-19 worker at his shop and he wanted to employ her at a salary of ~5,000 per month. Her father agreed to it and she started working at the shop from April 18. “When I was alone in the shop on April 27, Amit forcibly took me to the washroom and sexually exploited me. The suspect also shot my objectionable videos. The suspect also threatened me not to disclose the incident to anyone else he will upload the objec- ■ AIM IN LIFE: He has started preparing for NEET and wants to be a neurosurgeon ■ SUCCESS MANTA: Used to study for almost 18 hours a day and his GARVIT KHANNA parents had to ask him to take a nap ■ FAMILY: His father is a businessman and mother is an accountant MEDICAL 97.8% Ludhiana, May 12 An 82-year-old man lost his life due to Covid, while one person tested positive for the virus here today. The deceased, a resident of Sanglawala Shivalya, was a chronic heart patient with hypertension and diabetes. He was admitted to Hero DMC Heart Institute after he complained of breathlessness. The positivity rate today was 0.15 per cent. There are Continued on page 2 tionable videos on the social media,” the victim alleged. Next day, she informed her mother about the incident. However, the victim’s mother asked her to not inform anyone about the incident, the girl asserted. The girl alleged that the suspect was also forcing her to join the job again or else he would upload the objectionable videos on the social media. She garnered courage and lodged a police complaint to teach him a lesson. Investigation officer subinspector Kirandeep Kaur said a case had been registered in this regard. Further investigations were on into the matter. Tribune News Service Ludhiana, May 12 A married man committed suicide by hanging himself at his residence on the Bindraban road yesterday. The deceased, identified as Hitesh Arora, also shot a video before taking the extreme step in which he held his wife Deepika, alias Chinu, his mother-inlaw Jasvir Kaur, father-inlaw Harchand Khaira and brother-in-law Rohit responsible for his death. A case of abetment to sui- Shot video blaming his wife, in-laws cide was today registered against the accused. The deceased’s father Suresh Arora said his son got married to Deepika in 2015. After Deepika developed illicit relationship with a person, Deep, his son objected to it. In December last year, Deepika left home along with her two children and started living at her parents’ house. Continued on page 2 c m y b for 8-9 hours a day and tried to stay away from the social media during studies ■ FAMILY: His father is a superintendent in MC, while mother is a teacher Ludhiana, May12 Girls outshone boys in the CBSE Class X exams, the results of which were declared today. The Board has not released the merit list to avoid unhealthy competition. Japsnimar Kaur Dhaliwal of DAV Public School in BRS Nagar, Ludhiana, and Lochan Bhatiwada of KVM School scored 99.6% marks each. Kritika of DAV Public School, BRS Nagar, Vanshika of Sacred Heart Convent School, Sarabha Nagar, and Paramjit Singh Manko of Green Land Convent School, Dugri, scored 99% marks each. Manya Jindal of BCM Arya Model School, Shastri Nagar, and Avanijyot Kaur of Sacred Heart Senior Secondary School, BRS Nagar, scored 98.8% marks each. As soon as the results were announced, students and their parents wasted no time in visiting their respective schools in the city to celebrate their success. continued on page 2 LOCHAN BHATIWADA, KVM School 99.6% AIM: Keen interest in aerospace engineering JAPSNIMAR K DHALIWAL, DAV Public School 99.6% AIM: Wants to be a doctor VANSHIKA, Sacred Heart Convent School in Sarabha Nagar 99% AIM: To become a doctor ■ SCHOOL: A student of DAV School School Man hangs self to death Tribune News Service Arya School ■ AIM IN LIFE: To get admission in the IIT as he wants to be an engineer in computer science. ■ SUCCESS MANTA: Used to study ■ SCHOOL: A student of Police DAV Jagraon shopkeeper sexually exploits employee, booked Ludhiana, May 12 The Ludhiana Rural police yesterday registered a case against a shopkeeper of Jagraon on the charges of sexually exploiting his employee and making her objectionable videos. The suspect has been identified as Amit Kumar, a resident of Shastri Nagar, Jagraon. The complainant told police that she, along with her father, had gone to a PAN card centre at the Grewal market, Jagraon, last month. After her father applied for PAN card, the shopkeeper told her father that he required a female Girls outshine boys in CBSE Class X exams ■ AIM IN LIFE: To become a doctor ■ SUCCESS MANTA: Used to study for 7-8 hours a day. He believes that students should not underestimate NCERT books as these teach you PRABHJEET SINGH thoroughly ■ FAMILY: His father is a veterinary pharmacist and mother is a teacher MEDICAL 97.8% Students in a jubilant mood after the declaration of results, at BCM Arya School, Shastri Nagar, Ludhiana, on Friday. HIMANSHU MAHAJAN
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