Tribune village – Tribune Tower http://tribunetower.info/ Thu, 12 May 2022 01:01:14 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://tribunetower.info/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/tribune-120x120.png Tribune village – Tribune Tower http://tribunetower.info/ 32 32 Public comment will be limited to Lincolnwood Village meetings – Nadig Newspapers https://tribunetower.info/public-comment-will-be-limited-to-lincolnwood-village-meetings-nadig-newspapers/ Wed, 11 May 2022 20:53:02 +0000 https://tribunetower.info/public-comment-will-be-limited-to-lincolnwood-village-meetings-nadig-newspapers/ by JASON MEREL At its May 5 meeting, the Lincolnwood Village Board of Directors changed the way future meetings will be conducted, including removing opportunities for public comment during Committee of the Whole meetings and limiting public comment during regular board meetings. Changes were made “to update outdated language to bring it into line with […]]]>

by JASON MEREL

At its May 5 meeting, the Lincolnwood Village Board of Directors changed the way future meetings will be conducted, including removing opportunities for public comment during Committee of the Whole meetings and limiting public comment during regular board meetings.

Changes were made “to update outdated language to bring it into line with Village Code and to improve and make the public comment period more efficient,” according to the Village.

There will be a public comment period at regular Board business meetings in the future, but not during Committee of the Whole meetings. Exceptions will be made if the meetings are held on different dates and not consecutive as they usually are.

A public comment period of no longer than 6 minutes will be allowed before administrators conduct their regular business, according to Deputy Village Manager Charles Meyer.

Additional public comments will be heard at the end of the meeting following the conclusion of business for speakers who did not have a chance to speak during the initial comment period. During this time, no one may speak for more than 3 minutes unless the presiding officer confirms a shorter or longer speaking time at the start of the meeting.

Other changes include language detailing censorship of elected officials and clarification that speakers need not list their address but can identify themselves as residents or non-residents.

“Any member (of the council) acting or appearing in an obscene or disgraceful manner, or who uses disapproving, obscene or insulting language towards or about a member, or who does not obey the order of the president, will be, on motion, censured by a majority vote of the Village Council and, in addition, may be fined in an amount not to exceed $25 for each occurrence,” the order reads.

In addition, board members will direct all comments and discussions through the session chair. Each member should address the Chair as “Mr./Ms. President” or “Mr./Ms. president,” but must not proceed with his remarks until he has been recognized and appointed by the president, the order states. The members of the council cannot hold any private discussion, nor pass between the speaker and the president of the meeting when one of them speaks, specifies the ordinance.

A question asking why the public comment period needed to be improved or made more efficient was acknowledged by staff, but an immediate response was not provided at press time.

Many people have spoken recently at Committee of the Whole meetings, which has delayed the start of regular Council meetings.

Also at the meeting, the board approved an extension of the certificate of registration for a recreational cannabis dispensary currently under construction at 4656 W. Touhy Ave., due to delays in issuing state licenses. The Chicago Tribune reported on May 5 that licenses awarded in a state lottery last summer were the subject of litigation.

Administrator Chris Martel said he had no issues with the expansion, but wanted to make sure construction stayed on track.

A representative from Green Renaissance Illinois Holdings, the future operator of the dispensary, said interior demolition is complete and a permit for work on the roof is pending.

“We don’t want to do the interior until the roof is fixed,” the rep said. “Disputes aside, we wouldn’t be ready for the inspection until August or September.”

Administrator Craig Klatzco wondered if the village was tying its hands while waiting for the applicant to receive the license.

“I understand that all the licenses that have been issued are being used,” Mayor Jesal Patel said. “But yes, if we have a licensee with a license who comes to see us tomorrow, we don’t have the possibility of saying yes (to him).”

“Our hands are tied and there are too many unknowns for us to speculate on what might happen,” administrator Atour Sargon said.

The trustees approved the village’s annual allocation order and a certificate of estimated revenues by source. The order, which is based on the fiscal year 2023 budget approved at the April 19 council meeting, allows up to 115% of the approved budget to be spent. Some expenses will still require the approval of the Head of Department, Village Director or Village Council, depending on the Village staff.

On April 19, the Trustees approved the budget for the fiscal year which began May 1 and ends April 30, 2023.

The approved budget includes $37,103,662 in revenue and $39,580,652 in expenses. The general fund includes $25,254,511 in revenue and $26,107,736 in expenses of this total. The budget included $1,466,064 for capital improvements, a reduction from original proposals, after a State Department of Natural Resources Flowers Park Improvement Grant was cut from the State Department’s budget. fixed assets.

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Electrician used to cut power to Bihar village to meet his girlfriend in the dark, caught in the act by villagers: The Tribune India https://tribunetower.info/electrician-used-to-cut-power-to-bihar-village-to-meet-his-girlfriend-in-the-dark-caught-in-the-act-by-villagers-the-tribune-india/ Tue, 10 May 2022 14:38:00 +0000 https://tribunetower.info/electrician-used-to-cut-power-to-bihar-village-to-meet-his-girlfriend-in-the-dark-caught-in-the-act-by-villagers-the-tribune-india/ Grandstand web desk Chandigarh, May 10 There is always madness in love, but there is always reason in madness. In a bizarre incident, villagers in Bihar arrested an electrician who used to cut off the village power supply to meet his girlfriend under cover of darkness. Residents of Ganeshpur village in Purnia district […]]]>


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Chandigarh, May 10

There is always madness in love, but there is always reason in madness. In a bizarre incident, villagers in Bihar arrested an electrician who used to cut off the village power supply to meet his girlfriend under cover of darkness.

Residents of Ganeshpur village in Purnia district in East Bihar started witnessing frequent power cuts for two to three hours at a particular time in the evening. Locals found this ironic as nearby villages remained illuminated during this time interval. After carefully probing the cause, the villagers were outraged to find that the electrician cut off the village’s power supply to meet his girlfriend in the dark.

To further substantiate the incident, the villagers worked on a plan to catch the accused in the act. When the village power supply cut off the next time, the villagers gathered and reached the local government school where they caught the couple.

Witnesses said the electrician was beaten before being tonsured and paraded through the streets as punishment. The man told the villagers that he would turn off the electricity whenever he wanted to meet his girlfriend.

The villagers, however, married them off.

“The man was married to the girl in the presence of the Sarpanch and other members of the village council,” villager Marar Ram Murmu told local media on Thursday.

Police said they have not received any complaints so far. “We learned about the incident, but we will act once we receive a complaint,” local police station official Vikas Kumar Azad said.

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Tailor booked for sacrilegious bid at Sarabha village gurdwara in Ludhiana: The Tribune India https://tribunetower.info/tailor-booked-for-sacrilegious-bid-at-sarabha-village-gurdwara-in-ludhiana-the-tribune-india/ Mon, 09 May 2022 07:31:00 +0000 https://tribunetower.info/tailor-booked-for-sacrilegious-bid-at-sarabha-village-gurdwara-in-ludhiana-the-tribune-india/ Mahesh Sharma Raikot, May 8 Jodhan Police arrested a youth from Chaminda village for allegedly attempting to commit sacrilege to Gurdwara Nanak Darbar Sadda Patti at Sarabha village on Saturday night. Police also recovered a Verna car used by the youths to commit crimes and holy books, in addition to a sharp weapon (kirach) found […]]]>

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Raikot, May 8

Jodhan Police arrested a youth from Chaminda village for allegedly attempting to commit sacrilege to Gurdwara Nanak Darbar Sadda Patti at Sarabha village on Saturday night.

Police also recovered a Verna car used by the youths to commit crimes and holy books, in addition to a sharp weapon (kirach) found in the vehicle.

Although the exact reason for the blasphemous act of the youth, identified as Satnam Singh, alias Konty, a resident of Chaminda village, remains to be determined, the investigation team has ruled out the involvement of any disruptive agency or force in the incident.

Preliminary investigation revealed that Satnam Singh suffered from mental disorder for a long time and had a habit of physically abusing family members, including his mother and sister.

DSP, Dakha, Jatinderjit Singh informed that Jodhan Police led by SHO Davinder Kumar caught Satnam Singh as he attempted to leave the area at dusk on Sunday.

Examination of an FIR registered under Sections 295 and 511 of the IPC at Jodhan Police Station on Sunday morning revealed that Konty, a tailor from Chaminda village, entered the ‘dewan hal’l at around 7:25 p.m. Saturday and later attempted to commit sacrilege. However, Granthi Balbir Singh from Dango village and his assistant Gurdev Singh from Rajpur village in Mohali district prevented him from reaching Guru Granth Sahib. Satnam Singh is said to have searched through items in the “dewan room”, including small swords (Siri Sahib) and utensils used to dispense parsad.

Dismissing the possibility of involvement of some anti-national agencies or disruptive forces in the incident, DSP Jatinder Singh said preliminary investigations revealed that the accused had been mentally distressed for a long time. “Although the investigation team has not yet determined the exact trigger for the accused’s blasphemous act, preliminary investigations revealed that the accused underwent a brain scan performed at a private hospital in Ludhiana on Saturday. , which showed some deviations from the Ordinary. Earlier too, he allegedly abused his family members, including his mother and sister, on several occasions,” Jatinder Singh said.

Financial instability due to a lifestyle change and heavy borrowing, followed by alleged drug addiction, were cited as other reasons for the defendant’s unusual behavior.

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French Language Village remains a center of excellence despite insufficient funding — Ayeleru https://tribunetower.info/french-language-village-remains-a-center-of-excellence-despite-insufficient-funding-ayeleru/ Sat, 07 May 2022 14:39:26 +0000 https://tribunetower.info/french-language-village-remains-a-center-of-excellence-despite-insufficient-funding-ayeleru/ The Director/Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Nigeria French Language Village (NFLV), Badagry, Lagos, Prof. Lateef Babtunde Ayeleru, FNAL said the village is committed to continuing its tenure to ensure that it remains a center of excellence and a source of pride for the country despite the low funding it has received from the federal […]]]>

The Director/Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Nigeria French Language Village (NFLV), Badagry, Lagos, Prof. Lateef Babtunde Ayeleru, FNAL said the village is committed to continuing its tenure to ensure that it remains a center of excellence and a source of pride for the country despite the low funding it has received from the federal government.

The idea of ​​the French Language Village of Nigeria was conceived by the former Minister of Education, Prof. Jubril Aminu, but his successor, Prof. Babs Fafunwa, saw the village take off in September 1991 , with the vision of empowering all people, regardless of age, culture, creed or gender, with appropriate communication skills in the effective use of the French language at professional and interpersonal levels.

The first batch of undergraduate students from just six Nigerian universities resumed in the village on Monday, January 6, 1992.

Professor Ayeleru made the revelation during an interview with selected journalists from the village, which was preceded by a tour of the ongoing rehabilitation of the institution’s dilapidated blocks of offices, classrooms and hostels. .

The Director/CEO of Nigeria French Language Village (NFLV) said that despite the insufficient funding problem facing the village, it is still one of the best projects to have emerged in the educational field in the country, considering the excellent profile of its workforce and dynamic approach. management under him to initiate development-oriented and self-sustaining programs and projects.

The village covers approximately 16 hectares of land in the historic coastal town of Badagry, and it occupies the site of the former government teachers’ training college along the Lagos-Seme highway.

“Despite its low funding, the Nigeria French Language Village is one of the best projects that has emerged on our national educational terrain, given the excellent profile of its workforce and the dynamic approach of the management. to initiate development-oriented and self-sustaining programs and projects.

“The Village is committed to continuing its mandate to ensure that this center remains a center of excellence and a source of pride for the Nigerian nation,” he said.

According to Ayeleru, the low funding the village is suffering from is due to the fact that it does not receive any foreign aid and has been delisted from the TETFund since 2010, adding that the village has received the least allocation from all the institutions operating in the area. under the country’s National Universities Commission (NUC).

It was just as he pointedly declared that the institution needed help to be able to fulfill its main mandate.

“The Nigeria French Language Village is, contrary to what most people think, a very poor institution. It receives no foreign aid and has been removed from the TETFund since 2010.

“It receives the least allocation from all the institutions operating under the National Universities Commission (NUC). And as small as its budget is, it is only partially unlocked.

“The cost of running the village almost exclusively on diesel, the monthly salary payment to action guards, the payment of laborers and cleaners all from meager internally generated revenue (IGR), the cost of maintaining the hostels , classrooms and residential buildings in the Village, the environment and the vehicles, ultimately leave the Village in deficit which continues to rise each month,” he said.

“Nigeria French Language Village needs help,” he said.

Speaking further, Prof Ayeleru said that over the years, the village, which is overseen by the Federal Ministry of Education, under the National Universities Commission (NUC), has had enrollments of students .

Over the years, the village has educated over 72,000 students from over 30 universities, 35 colleges of education and thousands of other categories of Nigerian learners.

He said the student population had also increased in recent times, especially due to the intensive advocacy of the school management under his leadership, adding that the village had also organized workshops and refresher courses for about 561 teachers at through the federation.

“Besides the fact that students who take their language immersion course in the French village show higher levels of French language proficiency after their immersion program compared to the few who still travel abroad for the same program, the establishment of the French Village program has saved the nation millions of dollars in foreign currency,” Ayeleru said.

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For the fifth year in a row, Little Village has no parade for Cinco de Mayo, an often misunderstood holiday – Chicago Tribune https://tribunetower.info/for-the-fifth-year-in-a-row-little-village-has-no-parade-for-cinco-de-mayo-an-often-misunderstood-holiday-chicago-tribune/ Wed, 04 May 2022 22:02:00 +0000 https://tribunetower.info/for-the-fifth-year-in-a-row-little-village-has-no-parade-for-cinco-de-mayo-an-often-misunderstood-holiday-chicago-tribune/ While some may have been looking for drink specials and tacos on Cinco de Mayo, Chicago’s Mexican communities for 40 years celebrated the holiday by commemorating the Batalla de Puebla in Little Village with a parade down Cermak Road and a festival . Until 2018, when the tradition went off the rails. They have been […]]]>

While some may have been looking for drink specials and tacos on Cinco de Mayo, Chicago’s Mexican communities for 40 years celebrated the holiday by commemorating the Batalla de Puebla in Little Village with a parade down Cermak Road and a festival .

Until 2018, when the tradition went off the rails.

They have been unable to organize the parade and festival since 2018 due to misunderstandings between the organizers and 12th Ward Ald. George Cardenas when he showed lack of support for the event. Héctor Escobar, president of Casa Puebla and the Cermak Road Chamber of Commerce, said: “These problems were a thing of the past. Cardenas declined to comment.

2022 was going to be the year of his comeback, but COVID-19 had other plans.

Casa Puebla and the Cermak Road Chamber of Commerce, the organizations planning the Cinco de Mayo festivities in Little Village, had been planning for the return of the parade and festival since November.

The organizations had invited bands, school groups, charros, mariachis, dancers, ornate floats, local businesses to hold food and craft stalls and 4,000 people from Puebla, Mexico to participate in the parade which would have taken place on Sunday 1st May. They expected about 100,000 people from the Little Village community and throughout Chicago to come enjoy the parade and a festival in Douglass Park, as they had done since 1978.

Everything was canceled after an outbreak of COVID-19 in early April in the organizers’ office. All 12 in-person workers fell ill with the virus, and the manager of Casa Puebla has been in critical condition since then, Escobar said.

“Health comes first because without health we have nothing and that’s the biggest thing this pandemic has taught us,” Escobar said in the cancellation announcement. “It’s a shame that we couldn’t do the festival and the parade this year because we were going to incorporate new cultural and educational elements into the parade to teach people what really happened during the Batalla de Puebla on Cinco de Mayo.”

Cinco de Mayo isn’t a big party in Mexico — certainly not as big as its commercial presence in the United States — but it’s a pretty big party in the state of Puebla, where Escobar is from.

The Batalla de Puebla took place on May 5, 1862, near the city of Puebla during the second French intervention in Mexico. The battle followed then-President Benito Juárez’s decision to stop paying interest on amounts owed to France and other countries. French troops therefore intervened to take control of the country, according to the Smithsonian. The battle ended with a victory for Mexican troops – formed mainly from local Poblanos and indigenous groups – who outnumbered the French.

“(That battle) was against the very, very strong French army, and so really (Mexico) shouldn’t have won that battle, but because they were very spirited to defend their land, they were able to defeat the French “, said Cesareo Moreno. , director of visual arts and chief curator of the National Museum of Mexican Art in Pilsen. “This battle really inspired the rest of the country to rally against the stronger invading French army.

“I can’t help but think about what is happening in Ukraine: there is a very powerful country trying to take over a smaller country and this foreign country seems to be holding its own. So there’s a lot to be said for defending your own land against an invader and how much strength or power can come from a few early victories in battle.

The French eventually overran the Mexicans in subsequent battles, but the Mexican victory at Puebla against a better equipped force gave the Mexicans a patriotic boost.

People in other parts of Mexico celebrate it with school bailables (dances) commemorating the date, but not as big as the Poblanos. During Cinco de Mayo, the tiny village of Chicago transforms into a little part of Puebla, celebrating it like they do at home for the more than 50,000 Poblanos who live throughout Chicagoland and other community members who come join them in celebrating their “Latinidad”.

But there are many Mexicans living in the United States who are confused by the importance of this celebration.

“(Cinco de Mayo) has perfect timing because it’s kind of like spring and people are excited to get out there and start doing things again, and it comes before Memorial Day, which is like the official start of the summer,” Moreno said. “I think it’s really become that kind of memorial day in the United States, where people get the facts mixed up and often think it’s a Latin American celebration.”

“My family is from northern Mexico, and it was never something we celebrated in my community,” 22nd Ward Ald said. Michael Rodriguez.

Jorge Ríos, manager of the restaurant Mi Tierra en La Villita, originally from the state of Guerrero in Mexico, echoed the alderman.

“People in the United States think that day is independence from Mexico, but it’s actually September 16,” Ríos said.

However, Ríos and Rodríguez both agreed that while this holiday supports Mexican businesses, they are not against it, as long as people know what they are celebrating.

“I don’t want people to stop celebrating either, I just wish people who celebrate it (here in the US) knew what Cinco de Mayo is and when. is truly our Independence Day…and let them celebrate both! said Rios.

For Jorge Arceo and Ariana Quintana, owners and managers of El Nuevo Taconero on Cermak Road, this event has turned into a great celebration not only of Mexicans but of all people of Latin American descent in this country and it helps also Latin American companies.

“Cinco de Mayo was one of our busiest days with more customer flow with people coming to the festival, but since it stopped it’s affected us a lot,” Arceo said.

Cinco de Mayo is also a very busy day for Mi Tierra en La Villita, Ríos said, but since the start of the pandemic, restaurant attendance has suffered greatly. Now it’s starting to rise again, and he thought with the parade it would be back to pre-pandemic levels.

Ana Salas, a waitress at La Casa de Samuel on Cermak Road, said that since arriving in the United States more than three decades ago from Jalisco, Mexico, the Cinco de Mayo celebration had caught her eye.

“It seemed a little weird that they celebrated it so much because it’s not like that in Mexico, but I liked it a lot because the people (in Little Village) celebrate the culture, the music, the food and the people. traditions,” she said. “I wondered why (they celebrate it so hard) and to this day I still don’t know.”

Both Salas and Arceo think the festival and parade shouldn’t have been canceled.

“It shouldn’t have been canceled because people have been waiting for it for a long time and have expectations and then they get disappointed when they don’t,” Salas said.

“Also, Lollapalooza and all the other festivals in town are still going on. Why shouldn’t Cinco de Mayo be happening yet? said Arceo. “We’ve all been affected by the pandemic and a lot of people have lost loved ones, but as people say, ‘The show must go on.'”

Escobar, the organizer of the event, said that once all the festival workers have recovered and are back on their feet, they will begin organizing the Cinco de Mayo parade and festival next year. “First Dios that next year the pandemic will be more controlled and that we can do our events without worries,” he said.

tmijares@chicagotribune.com

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The Court rules against the village of Palmetto Bay in the Luxcom case https://tribunetower.info/the-court-rules-against-the-village-of-palmetto-bay-in-the-luxcom-case/ Mon, 02 May 2022 16:37:58 +0000 https://tribunetower.info/the-court-rules-against-the-village-of-palmetto-bay-in-the-luxcom-case/ On March 31, 2022, the Village of Palmetto suffered a court defeat in the case of the Yacht Club lawsuit filed by Luxcom against the Village regarding the former FPL property. The Village had requested that the case be dismissed because the impact of the orders enacted in 2019 regarding the property was uncertain and […]]]>

On March 31, 2022, the Village of Palmetto suffered a court defeat in the case of the Yacht Club lawsuit filed by Luxcom against the Village regarding the former FPL property. The Village had requested that the case be dismissed because the impact of the orders enacted in 2019 regarding the property was uncertain and needed to be clarified before Luxcom could sue the Village – the judge disagreed and ruled that the affair could continue.

In November 2020, Yacht Club by Luxcom, LLC (“Luxcom”) sued the Village of Palmetto Bay (the “Village”) under the Bert J. Harris, Jr. Private Property Protection Act to recover over $20,000,000.00 in compensation for losses caused by the Village’s efforts to prevent Luxcom from developing its assets.

The focus of the lawsuit is two orders the Village enacted in 2019, which specifically and exclusively target the property and prohibit Luxcom from developing the property at 6525 SW 152nd street for its institutional uses.

The village enacted the ordinances despite telling Luxcom in writing before buying the property in 2018 that institutional uses were permitted. Luxcom claims the Village misled them because the Village did not disclose what it now admits to be an ongoing “plan” to significantly limit development on the property through the enactment of the ordinances.

Since Luxcom filed its lawsuit, the Village has tried to avoid a court ruling on the Village’s actions. The Court agreed with Luxcom that the orders have been applied to the property and that Luxcom’s claims in the lawsuit are mature.

Asked about the litigation, Mr. Barbara replied, “We are pleased that the Court has understood the Village’s tactics and we look forward to moving forward vigorously and expeditiously with discovery and trial preparation in what will be an expensive matter with tens of millions of people. dollars at risk for the Village and its taxpayers. Following the Court’s decision, the trial will now continue on the merits, and the Village will finally be held liable for its conduct and the damage it caused to Luxcom property.

Barbara added – “Additionally, documents obtained through their Public Records Request show that the Village has already spent over $750,000 on the various legal cases with Luxcom through October 2021, and this case is just getting started. “

When Mayor Karyn Cunningham was asked to comment on the most recent court ruling, she said that as it was an ongoing case she could not comment and asked the village attorney questions.


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Minister hijacks village elections, says Sukhpal Singh Khaira : The Tribune India https://tribunetower.info/minister-hijacks-village-elections-says-sukhpal-singh-khaira-the-tribune-india/ Sun, 01 May 2022 00:24:00 +0000 https://tribunetower.info/minister-hijacks-village-elections-says-sukhpal-singh-khaira-the-tribune-india/ Tribune press service Jalandhar, April 30 Bholath Congress MP and former opposition leader Sukhpal Singh Khaira today accused Panchayat Minister Kuldeep Dhaliwal of pressuring Kapurthala district administration officials against holding the election at Raipur Arian village panch in Nadala block despite the publication of two notices. No pressure There is no pressure on […]]]>


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Jalandhar, April 30

Bholath Congress MP and former opposition leader Sukhpal Singh Khaira today accused Panchayat Minister Kuldeep Dhaliwal of pressuring Kapurthala district administration officials against holding the election at Raipur Arian village panch in Nadala block despite the publication of two notices.

No pressure

There is no pressure on the administration. The elections will take place according to the rules. Vishesh Sarangal, Kapurthala DC

Accompanied by six village panches out of a total of nine at a press conference, Khaira said the panch election was necessitated following the passing of Congress sarpanch Bhupinder Singh.

Khaira claimed that the Nadala BDPO first published an election notice on April 25, which was attended by six of the nine Congress-owned panches, but the official stayed away and the meeting was postponed. The notice was again published for April 28 and all six panches were present, providing a quorum, but the BDPO left their office under alleged pressure from the minister.

Khaira cited a latest notification from the government, in which the High Court had ordered the state government to fill the vacancies of sarpanches or panches in the state. He denounced the AAP government for going the way of traditional political culture by abusing authority for minor issues. Minister Dhaliwal could not be reached for comment.

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Amritsar: Missing 16-year-old boy found murdered in Nangli village : The Tribune India https://tribunetower.info/amritsar-missing-16-year-old-boy-found-murdered-in-nangli-village-the-tribune-india/ Thu, 28 Apr 2022 06:03:00 +0000 https://tribunetower.info/amritsar-missing-16-year-old-boy-found-murdered-in-nangli-village-the-tribune-india/ Amritsar, April 27 The 16-year-old boy, who disappeared late Monday evening, was found murdered on Wednesday in Fatehgarh Churian Road. The deceased was identified as Vijay (pictured), a resident of Nangli village. Police recovered his body near the Food Corporation of India godowns on Fatehgarh Churian Road. Nirmal Singh, father of the deceased, who returned […]]]>

Amritsar, April 27

The 16-year-old boy, who disappeared late Monday evening, was found murdered on Wednesday in Fatehgarh Churian Road. The deceased was identified as Vijay (pictured), a resident of Nangli village.

Police recovered his body near the Food Corporation of India godowns on Fatehgarh Churian Road.

Nirmal Singh, father of the deceased, who returned from Dubai on Wednesday, said Bua Singh, his son’s friend, came to his house and asked Vijay to come and celebrate the birthday of one of his relatives. Kaka, another friend of Bua Singh, was also with them.

The victim’s mother claimed that Vijay did not return home until the next morning, but Bua showed up to return his scooter, but did not reveal anything about Vijay.

The police booked two people and arrested Bua Singh. Kaka would be free.

Balbir Singh, Deputy Superintendent of Police, said: “Vijay’s body was found around 1.30am near the FCI godown on Tuesday. The victim’s body bears gunshot marks on the right side of his chest. We have indicted two people for murder on the complaint of the family of the deceased.

Nirmal Singh has demanded justice for his son. Vijay had passed his Class XII and was planning to go to Dubai for work.

Senior police officials, who arrived at the scene, assured the family that the accused would soon be arrested. The police, however, claimed that there was no rivalry between Bua Singh and Vijay. Further investigations are ongoing.

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Norridge Kindness Day celebrated Saturday in many places in the village – Chicago Tribune https://tribunetower.info/norridge-kindness-day-celebrated-saturday-in-many-places-in-the-village-chicago-tribune/ Tue, 26 Apr 2022 22:38:00 +0000 https://tribunetower.info/norridge-kindness-day-celebrated-saturday-in-many-places-in-the-village-chicago-tribune/ From the Eisenhower Public Library to Divine Savior Church and Acacia Park Lutheran Church to Ridgewood High School and more, residents and friends of Norridge celebrated Norridge Kindness Day Saturday, April 23 by volunteering and participating. They planted flowers, decorated sidewalks, collected diaper donations, picked up trash, collected food donations, and painted inspirational rocks to […]]]>

From the Eisenhower Public Library to Divine Savior Church and Acacia Park Lutheran Church to Ridgewood High School and more, residents and friends of Norridge celebrated Norridge Kindness Day Saturday, April 23 by volunteering and participating.

They planted flowers, decorated sidewalks, collected diaper donations, picked up trash, collected food donations, and painted inspirational rocks to distribute around the city, along with additional activities.

Volunteers set up and installed a small free library outside the Norridge Village Hall, and volunteers from Acacia Park Lutheran Church assembled hygiene bags for those in need.

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Man accused of abducting teenager from Hoshiarpur village: The Tribune India https://tribunetower.info/man-accused-of-abducting-teenager-from-hoshiarpur-village-the-tribune-india/ Mon, 25 Apr 2022 06:27:00 +0000 https://tribunetower.info/man-accused-of-abducting-teenager-from-hoshiarpur-village-the-tribune-india/ Tribune press service Hoshiarpur: Mahilpur Police have registered a case against an unidentified person for luring a teenager (aged 19). The complainant, a resident of Khairad Rawal Bassi village, told police that his daughter went to the barn on Saturday to feed the cattle but did not return. He feared she had been […]]]>


Tribune press service

Hoshiarpur: Mahilpur Police have registered a case against an unidentified person for luring a teenager (aged 19). The complainant, a resident of Khairad Rawal Bassi village, told police that his daughter went to the barn on Saturday to feed the cattle but did not return. He feared she had been lured by an unidentified person. After registering a case, the police opened an investigation. CO

Hoshiarpur makes its mark

Hoshiarpur: The District Employment and Affairs Office has added another feather in its hat with its mention in the Coffee Table Book on Good Governance Practices and Good Governance-2021 launched by the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO). The book mentions that the Hoshiarpur district in Punjab has made an invaluable contribution by providing jobs to unemployed youths under the Ghar Ghar Rozgar Yojana. The district employment officer, Gurmail Singh, said the district employment office has always brought laurels to the district in the area of ​​employment. He said this feat could only be achieved with the cooperation of Placement Officer Mangesh Sood, Guidance Counselor Aditya Rana and the entire team of District Employment Office and Administration . CO

Wife tricked out of Rs. 2.5L, two reserved

Hoshiarpur: A case has been filed against two Maharashtra residents, who have been accused of defrauding Rs 2.5 lakh under the guise of selling onions. Reema Devi, wife of Arvind Chaudhary, a resident of Purhiran, told police that Bal Nath Namdev Khule, a resident of Nasik, and Varinder Kumar, a resident of Bhawanipur Chowk, Maharashtra, allegedly took Rs 2.5 lakh from her via NEFT to send onions, but they also didn’t send onions or return his money. Model City Police reserved the accused under Sections 420 and 120-B of the IPC. CO

An inmate with medicine capsules

Hoshiarpur: Mahilpur Police arrested a smuggler and seized 100 intoxicating pills, 600 intoxicating capsules and Rs. 8,000 of the drugs, in addition to other items from him in a naka here on Saturday night. The accused was identified as Gurpreet Singh Monu, a resident of Kotla. It has been reserved under the NDPS Act. CO

No new cases of covid in the district

Jalandhar: No new Covid cases were reported in Jalandhar district today. The Covid tally in the district stands at 78,3291 cases. As many as 76,732 people have recovered from the disease as the number of active cases in the district stood at 11 today. No deaths from the virus have been reported today. The death toll remained at 1,578. Meanwhile, Kapurthala district reported two new Covid cases. The tally of positive cases in the district reached 23,879 today. No new deaths were reported in the district.

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