25102023-ATR-01.qxd 10/25/2023 12:50 AM Page 1 c m y b Amritsar tribune FORECAST MAINLY CLEAR MAX 29°C | MIN 17°C YESTERDAY MAX 29°C | MIN 16°C DOCUMENTARY BY STUDENTS PICKED FOR FILM FESTIVAL SINGER MEGAN THEE STALLION TO COME UP WITH A NEW TRACK RASIKA HINTS AT RELEASE OF MIRZAPUR SEASON 3 Attari Ki Gaadi, a docu-film made by DAV College students, shortlisted for the Chitra Bharati Film festival. P2 Megan Thee Stallion posted a video teasing a new track alongside what looks potential new music video. P3 Rasika, known for her portrayal of Beena Tripathi in Mirzapur, has hinted at the release of Season 3. P4 » » SUNSET WEDNESDAY 5.47 PM SUNRISE THURSDAY 6:41 AM » WEDNESDAY | 25 OCTOBER 2023 | AMRITSAR Man loses ~19.6L to four swindlers Tarn Taran, October 24 A gang of four swindlers has defrauded a man of Rs 19.6 lakh. The victim is a resident of Naushehra Pannuan. The suspects are residents of New Delhi. They have been identified as Junaib Maksood, Maksoor Alam, Mohammad Junaid and Avitla Andhrukshchar. The police said the suspects during the period from July 1, 2022, to August 23, 2022, fraudulently withdrew the amount from the bank account of the victim, identified as Jarnail Singh. The victim lodged a complaint with the police, which was transferred to the cybercrime branch by the DSP (Economic offences). After taking legal opinion, the police registered a case under Sections 420 and 120-B of the IPC against four suspects. — TNS Dasehra celebrated with fervour Youth arrested with 50-gm heroin Tribune News Service Tribune News Service Amritsar October 24 A 90-foot Ravana and 80-foot Kumbhakarn and Meghnad effigies, symbolising evil, were burnt at the Durgiana temple ground during Dasehra celebrations. This year, Ravana Dahan was held at 12 places in the district. The Amritsar police commissionerate gave permission to burn Ravan effigies at seven places. BJP leader Lakshmi Kanta Chawla and several politicians from the city were present at the Durgiana temple during the celebrations. Like every year, a huge crowd turned up to see the symbolic burning of evil through the effigies of Ravana, Kumbhakarn and Meghnad. An effigy of demon king Ravana goes up in flames at Durgiana Mandir ground in Amritsar. SUNIL KUMAR Former MLA Inderbir Singh Bolaria and his team celebrated Dasehra at Mata Bhadra Kali Mandir in the South Assembly segment. Other locations where effigies were burnt includ- ed Chheharta, Ranjit Avenue ground and Majitha Road ground. Cabinet Minister Harbhajan Singh ETO participated in the celebrations at Jandiala Guru. He asked the residents of the city to learn from the festival and work to eliminate social evils. He said the festival of Dasehra marked the victory of good over evil. Tableaux were also taken out at several Continued on Page 2 Amritsar, October 24 The city police nabbed a person with 50 gm of heroin today. The arrested suspect has been identified as Sahil Gill, alias Bularh, alias Deshwasi, a resident of Gilwali Gate. Sub-Inspector Rakesh Kumar, Station House Officer, C-Division police station, said a police team was on patrol duty at Dr Ambedkar Colony. The team arrested Gill from Tanki Wali Park and recovered 50 gm of heroin from him. A case under Sections 21-B, 61 and 85 of the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act was registered against the suspect and further investigation was on to find his backward and forward links. One arrested with country-made pistol 3 miscreants held for firing at cops Enrol for Ayushman Card Amritsar, October 24 The police have arrested a man in connection with a firing incident that took place on June 21 here. The suspect was identified as Manga Singh, alias Chiku, of Labour Colony at Gate Hakima. The police also recovered a .32 bore pistol used in the crime and two bullets from him. He was remanded in police custody. — TNS Our Correspondent Tarn Taran, October 24 The Bhikhiwind police have managed to arrest three persons, who attempted to flee after firing at a police party headed by Assistant SubInspector Vaid Parkash on Monday evening. Preetinder Singh, Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP), Bhikhwind, said the suspects had been identified as Gurpreet Singh Nikka, Daljit Singh and Rakesh Kumar Sonu, all residents of Kacha Pakka village in the district. The DSP said the police party signalled three motorcycle-borne suspects to stop at the Khalra road. One of the suspects riding pillion on the bike opened fire at the police party. However, the policemen managed to arrest the suspects and recover one pistol and sharp weapon (Datar) from them. The motorcyle was also impounded by the police. The suspects were booked under Sections 307, 427 and 34 of the Indian Penal Code and Sections 25, 27, 54 and 59 of the Arms Act. to get ~1 lakh cash award Amritsar, October 24 With an objective to increase enrolment under the Ayushman Bharat Sehat Bima Yojana, the state government has announced a draw of lots for beneficiaries of the scheme. The beneficiaries, who enrolled for the scheme from November 16 to December 4, are eligible for the draw. The first winner would get a cash award of Rs 1 lakh. Deputy Commissioner Ghanshyam Thori said a total of 10 beneficiaries would be given cash awards. The second prize would be of Rs 50,000, third of Rs 25,000, fourth of Rs 10,000, fifth of Rs 8,000 and sixth to 10 prizes would be of Rs 5,000 each. — TNS Garbagepilesupinstreets as MC looks other way Heaps of garbage in Galliara on Tuesday. PHOTO: SUNIL KUMAR WARD WATCH Charanjit Singh Teja Tribune News Service Amritsar, October 24 Ward No. 46 includes several localities like Braham Buta Road, Ghanta Ghar Market, Jallianwale Bagh, Purani Lakkar Mandi, Sultanwind Gate, Gali Sodian Wali, Gali Mast Khoo Wali, Moni Chowk, Dhab Basti Ram, Hasli Chowk, Peethe Wala Bazaar, Galliara Road and Chowk Paragdas. The area is near to the Golden Temple and a large section of Galliara lies in Ward No. 46. Thousands of tourists and devotees visit and reside in localities around the Golden Temple. These localities are no exception to potholed streets. The Galliara road is, however, well maintained, but encroachments incon- venience the residents. Lifting of garbage is one of the major problems in the ward. Large heaps of waste can be seen lying in streets. Due to a large footfall of tourists in the area, hotels and restaurants have come up around the Golden Temple. All bulk waste generators dump their garbage in roadside bins and vacant plots. As a result, several garbage collection points have turned into dump sites. The residents of congested localities face problems as garbage occupies narrow streets and they get little space to walk. “Lifting of garbage is a major issue in areas around the Golden Temple. Most of the time, the Municipal Corporation (MC) takes care of the main Heritage Street and the Continued on Page 2 Designer kitchens for modern homes Professional Installation Customised Planning 10 Years Warranty For all home décor products *Use this coupon code for an additional discount* Furniture Lights Furnishings AP Beautiful Homes B. Gurmukh Singh & Sons D-Block, Ranjit Avenue, Amritsar 143001 Scan the QR code to locate a store near you c m y b Bath Wall covering UPVC doors and windows
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