|Monday, July 17, 2000,
kids die of poisoning
CHANDIGARH July 16 — Mr Parmod Kumar, who had virtually reconciled himself to the life of a paralytic after his discharge from the prestigious PGI here in April, has everything to cheer about now following a successful operation conducted at the Sector 17 Chandigarh Medical Centre.
Another fraud case against Punwire officials
Labourer dies, doctor
250 NCC cadets to visit Kargil
CHANDIGARH July 16 — Throwing layout plans to the winds, certain VIPs in Sector 7-B have encroached upon government land and constructed car sheds and huts for their servants.
450 Nirankaris donate blood
Computer centre opened
Sai devotees celebrate Guru
She is heading a massive banking unit at 35
in vegetable rates
Researchers a deprived lot at PU
CHANDIGARH, July 16 — The Panjab University Vice-Chancellor, Prof M.M. Puri, made his exit amid a noisy Senate meeting here today. This was the last Senate meeting under his chairmanship.
Vocational courses become popular
Workshop ends with cultural function
CHANDIGARH July 16 — Zoologists say that Chandigarh and Panchkula are pollution-free and an indication is the number of butterflies which are considered to be “bio-indicators.”
Courses for artistes
Medical centre opened
CHANDIGARH: A look at the city’s parks in the morning and evening will convince anyone that fitness is not just a fad. It has become a way of life in the City Beautiful. Even if a number of exercising gadgets have hit the market, yet walking continues to be the most preferred mode of exercise among all age groups.
Mega medical camp
300 examined at
CHANDIGARH July 16 — For those who want to build up endurance and stay in shape, Body Image India has brought in 100 per cent natural and free from steroids health and dietary supplements. Imported from the USA, they are now available at all the premium retail counters of the city.
Hansraj win roller hockey girls’ titles
CHANDIGARH July 16 — The Chandigarh Badminton Association has finalised December 19 to 26 as the possible dates for the Junior National Badminton Championship, which will be hosted by the CBA for the first time in the city after getting direct affiliation with the Badminton Association of India about 12 years back.
Amit chosen for CFA
19 lakh for
sewerage in Maloya
PANCHKULA July 16 — The Haryana Urban Development Authority will hold special meetings to approve group housing plans on the second and fourth Wednesday of every month for quick disposal of cases which usually gather dust in office from anything between seven months to one year before being approved.
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