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These areas of Ludhiana are declared No Vehicle Zone till October 17

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To curb the problem of traffic during the festive season, the police commissioner Rakesh Agrawal has decided to make five areas no-vehicle zone till October 17th. The police have been ordered to patrol the areas and use barricades to stop any kind of vehicle entering the restricted areas. The orders were released by the PC on Monday which stated that Agrawal along with deputy commissioner of police (Traffic) Sukhpal Singh Brar and assistant of police (Traffic) Gurdev Singh will keep a check on the commutation of vehicles in busy areas. He said: “As of now, on the occasion of Karwa Chauth five areas have been made no-vehicle zones and Gol Makrte of Model Town is made one-way zone for three days until October 17th.”

Below is the list of areas which are restricted:

 

ACP Gurdev Singh advised using adjacent lanes to park the vehicles correctly otherwise if anybody found guilty will be fined severely.

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Bal Kalakaar event organised by AIESEC on Children’s Day

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Balakalakaar was celebrated by AIESEC on account of children’s day at Nehru Planetarium, Rose Garden. The event was open to both privileged and underprivileged students. The primary motive of the event was to bring in the life of underprivileged children a day of joy and encourage equality amongst both privileged and underprivileged children by organizing a common art competition.

In the event, 480 students took part including students from Sacred Hearts BRS Nagar, Mount Litera Zee School, Police DAV School, Drishti Jain Public School, Ritambara Public School, SKSK School, Ajit Public School, Govt Elementary School, and Govt Girls High School. The NGO’s dealing with cute little munchkins including Manwata Dham, Zindagi Live Foundation, Masti Ki Pathshala, Vich Duniya Sev Kamaiye, Aashirwad, Guru Gyan Jyoti Welfare Society, Navnoor Group (PAU). The institutes that sent their students for the event were Little Wings Art Institute, Beginners Art Club, UCMAS.


Every child enjoyed each and every bit of the event and showcased their talent through the drawings they made. The day passed with lots of memories full of fun and frolic. The organizers enjoyed the moment seeing children smiling and showing their potential.

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Get an FIR for pasting ads on school walls

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Considering the problem of pasting advertisements, the Education Department has issued a notice stating that if anybody found will get an FIR. As per the sources, a letter has been issued to every education officer (EOs) and all the school heads of the state. They are authorized to keep a check on the schools and provide a list of those caught violating the Punjab Defacement and Violation Act in their respective districts.

It is stated that an FIR will be lodged against the school at the police station concerned in this connection. The main reason behind this is to stop the movement of vulgar advertisements and maintain the decorum of an educational institution.

Giving a green signal to the step taken by the Education Department Gurcharan Singh, a retired government teacher, said: “The step taken is in the right direction and should be implemented in true spirit. Generally, nobody checks so advertisers feel free to paste advertisements on school walls. With school heads getting letters from the Secretary (Education), hopefully, they will pay attention to this issue. They will lodge an FIR against existing advertisements. They will also check further pasting of advertisements.”

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Anti Drug Society of GCG Ludhiana celebrated Children’s Day

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Anti Drug Society of Govt. College for Girls, Ludhiana celebrated Children’s  Day as a Buddy Day. Dr Manju Sahni, Principal was the chief guest on the occasion.

The programme commenced with Ganesh Vandana by Aditi and Neha. It was followed by a dance performance by Juhi and Simran.  A motivational song was sung by Sharanpreet and an act of Mono acting was presented by Amanpreet. More than 400 hundred students attended the Buddy function. The principal of the college motivated the students to involve themselves in co-curricular and cultural activities so that they are physically and mentally fit, she also motivated the students to refrain from drugs themselves and take care of their friends and the people residing near their surroundings.

Vice Principal Mrs Varinderjit Kaur, Mrs Maninder Kaur and society members Mrs Gurjinder Kaur, Mrs Rosy Nagpal, Mrs Ritu, Mrs Mamta, Mrs Deepika were also present on the occasion.

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