Briefly Region: DDR against 5 Jalandhar colleges for ‘disrespecting’ I-Day
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JALANDHAR: The police have registered a Daily Diary Report (DDR) against five Jalandhar colleges for allegedly showing disrespect towards the Independence Day celebrations. DCO Sarabjit Singh said a DDR was registered and a copy of it had been sent to Jalandhar DC Priyank Bharti. After further investigation, action will be taken against DAV, Kanya Mahavidayalaya, B D Arya College for Girls, Khalsa College for Women and Doaba College, Singh added. Bharti, in his letter, had stated that the institutes were requested to attend a meeting pertaining to Independence Day celebrations. However, no one from the institutes turned up.
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HOSHIARPUR: Dal Khalsa leaders on Tuesday extended their greetings to Pakistan on the occasion of its 65th Independence Day. Party head H S Dhami urged people to acknowledge the right to self-determination of all struggling people in accordance with international treaties, which all democratic nations were expected to adhere to.
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