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Monday, 9 November 2020

20 Covid warriors honoured

Karnal: In an attempt to boost the morale of doctors, the Haryana Medical Council honoured 20 doctors of private and government sectors for their contribution in controlling and spreading awareness about Covid. Dr Yogesh Sharma, Civil Surgeon, and Dr Ranjana Sharma, member of Haryana Medical Council, honoured the doctors and appreciated their contribution. State Bacteriologist Dr Ashwani Ahuja, SMO Dr Anu Sharma, district epidemiologist Dr Aman, IMA president Dr Arun Goel, Dr Rajat Mimani, KCGMC ICU in charge Dr Aditya Chaudhary and Dr AK Kohli were among the doctors who were felicitated.

Mixie Chowk renovated

Ambala: Known for its mixie industry, the Ambala City got a renovated Mixie Chowk on Saturday. While inaugurating the chowk after renovation, local MLA Aseem Goel said, "Ambala City is also known as mixie city. As far as I know, Delhi, Ahmedabad and Ambala are known for the mixie industry." He appreciated the industrialists and said that a mixie cluster was coming up in Ambala to revive the industry. The industrialists, on the occasion, demanded that the GST on mixers should be reduced from 18 per cent to 5 per cent. Aseem assured that he would raise the matter with the Union Finance Minister.

Farmer holds feast to honour dead bull

Hisar: A family of farmers in Barsola village of Jind district organised a feast to mark the 'satarhvi' (17th day) of the demise of its bull. Dharamvir Khatkar said that the animal named Bhola breathed his last on October 29. He said that his family is thankful to Bhola as he was like a member of the family for nearly 25 years and had served the family well. "We consider him a good omen for the family," he said. Village sarpanch Joginder Singh said that 2,000 persons from the village and outside attended the event.

Fete 'Vocal for Local' ends

Panipat: The three-day fete 'Vocal for Local' held at SD Vidya Mandir here on Sunday concluded. Om Prakash Dhankar, state BJP chief, chaired the concluding programme. During the programme, Dhankar said using indigenous products is also patriotism. The event was organised by the Vimukt Ghumantu Janjati Kalyan Manch, Sewa Bharti, IOCL Panipat, district unit of the BJP along with some social organisations. The theme of the fete was to improve the skills of women as well as youth and to increase the consumption of indigenous products. Women self-help groups and other people brought their homemade products and sold those here. A group of SD PG College students presented a skit.

from The Tribune

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