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Their message: Don’t spit

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Abohar: Even as the government has increased the fine for spitting in public from Rs 100 to Rs 500, it remains a major problem, posing a serious challenge to hygiene and health amid the pandemic. To create awareness on the issue, students of Adharshila Playway Convent School, through a dance performance have given a message to people to quit the habit of spitting at public places. A video of the performance was released by Additional Deputy Commissioner Abhijeet Kaplish recently. He praised the children and the school team for their efforts in motivating people through the dance performance.

In record book

Malout: Dr RK Uppal, head of the department of economics, DAV College, Malout, has brought laurels to this small town as his name has been included in the World Book of Records (United Kingdom) for writing maximum number of books on the subject of banking and finance from 2005 to 2019. Being a profound scholar, Dr Uppal has been working in this field for over two decades and his work has been recognised globally.

Pedalling for a cause

Fatehgarh Sahib: Under "Mission Fateh", head constable Gursewak Singh and constable Samandeep Kumar, both posted at Muktsar, have been spreading awareness on Covid-19. They started the drive from Muktsar on bicycles a few days ago and have since visited several towns and villages. They recently reached Gurdwara Jyoti Swarup Sahib and addressed devotees, urging them to wear masks in public and maintain social distancing. They also distributed masks and sanitisers among the residents.

from The Tribune

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