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Here are 4 breaking news of Ludhiana city- The Manchester Of India

1. Residents Of Dugri Village Protest Against Irregular Water Supply

Angered by the irregular supply of water in a street of Dugri village, the inhabitant of Ward 43 declared to boycott the Congress party candidate in the upcoming elections if the problem is not sorted. Villagers staged a sit-in protest over the drinking water supply in the area.

One of the inhabitants of the village, Jaswinder Kaur, said that the people of Dugri have been confronting a water supply issue for several months. She also said that whenever a complaint is registered, just formality is done. Water is provided appropriately for a couple of days, and the issue occurs again. Indeed, even with utilizing a tullu pump, we can't get an appropriate water supply, she added.

Jaswinder Kaur also shows her concern with the superfluous work of introducing interlocking tiles. She said, "Our area was in decent condition; I don't know why the government is working on installing the interlocking tiles while our real issue is water supply."

The inhabitants had arranged a dissent a few months back as well; however, no action was taken by the civic body. The people said the condition becomes worse, especially in the summer. They also raised a question on chief minister Charanjit Singh Channi that why he is not considering their water supply issue. 

2. Increasing Tomato Prices Are Burning Hole In The Pockets Of People

Consistently increasing tomato prices in the city is burning the pocket of the middle-class individuals. The vegetable vendors are selling tomatoes at Rs 80-100 per Kg, which is relatively high. It has been estimated that the prices of this vegetable won't decrease for one more month because of weddings and imbalanced demand & supply chain. 

Caterers and wholesale vendors believe that life has come back to normal after the lockdown, and people will continue to organize weddings and other functions. 

It's just not about tomatoes; even a significant rise has been seen in the price of other vegetables. For instance, peas cost Rs 120 per Kilogram, beans cost Rs 80 per Kilogram, and capsicum cost Rs 80 per Kilogram. 

3. Panjab University Regional Centre, Ludhiana Holds Lecture On' Lifestyle Diseases In Modern Life

The department of Law, Panjab University regional center at Ludhiana, holds a lecture on Lifestyle Disease In the Digital age on 24th November. They invited Dr. Ravider Kochhar, the Medical Director of Lord Mahavira Homeopathic College & Hospital, to instruct the students about the critical lifestyle changes over a decade ago and how they affect people's health. 

Keeping his point, Dr. Kochha said that the increasing pollution harms nature and makes people vulnerable to several diseases. He advised a 45 minutes walk every day to burn calories and increase productivity. Apart from this, he put light on the role of stress in making people vulnerable to ailments. 

4. Ludhiana's Girls Team Reached Baseball Finals

In the eighth Sub-Junior Punjab State Baseball Championship, Ludhiana and Moga registered opposite victories in their semi-final matches in the girls' category round. The final round will be held at Gill town.

Ludhiana's girl team defeated Fazilka by 10-0, while the Moga team beat Sangrur by 20-16. A few months back, on 28th October, Ludhiana's baseball girls team had won the state tournaments by beating Ferozepur in the ninth Junior Punjab state ball Championship finals. 

Now let us see who will win the final round of the eighth sub-junior match. The people from Ludhiana and Moga are ready to see the final match and cheer for the players. 

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