Wipe out rich-poor divide: Shekhawat
Shekhawat exhorts youth to take India on
Crucial report against Sharma to be tabled
on Dec 17
The triple murder case of the Arora family here was further complicated when two brothers of Praveen Arora in an affidavit today alleged that Kum Kum, daughter of the K. L.Arora was also involved in the murder conspiracy.
Regressive and unprincipled tendencies of some members of the Dalit community are responsible for its social exploitation and discrimination against it.
The Khadi Village Industries Commission has decided to spend over Rs 18 crore on popularising of khadi across the country. This was stated by Ms Maya S. Sinha, Financial Adviser of the commission, while inaugurating the first-ever khadi exhibition here yesterday.
The Citizens Welfare Federation has opposed PUDA’s policy on penalties relating to the regularisation of alterations made in residential units in the town and has demanded its withdrawal.
Fire broke out in the Industrial Area and Sector 70 here today. In the Industrial Area, a fire broke out early this morning and spread to a mobile toilet van lying nearby. Fire engines were called in and the fire was brought under control within half an hour.
“Only the selection of right kind of judges can help root out corruption and reduce the number of pending cases. This can also help build trust of the people in the judicial system”, said Mr Justice S. Rajendra Babu, Chairman of the National Legal Service Authority (NLSA), while stressing the need for stemming corruption in the society.
As part of the Intercontinental Medicare Project, a 19-member team of Rotarian volunteers, including three city doctors will leave for Cambodia tomorrow.
The second day of the three-day Chrysanthemum Show witnessed a heavy rush of visitors, with a number of them making inquiries regarding tips to grow seasonal flowers. Children were attracted by the topiary of various animals made in attractive patterns of marigold petals.
The green-fingered residents of the township can start pruning their plants. Come February, the town will be hosting its first two-day flower show. Other than an exhibition of colourful potted plants and the best grown flowers, the best home and corporate gardens will also be awarded during the show.
Ex-servicemen across the country would wear black bands on their left arms on December 22 and also submit a memorandum to the civil authorities concerned to protest against the alleged indifference of the government towards their genuine demands. They will also hold protest rallies.
The Remount and Veterinary Corps (RVC) today celebrated its 224th anniversary at Chandimandir Cantonment. The specialised force is responsible for breeding, training and treatment of military horses, cattle and dogs.
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A trader from Karol Bagh, New Delhi, was killed on the spot while his companion sustained serious injuries when the car they were travelling in collided with another car coming from the opposite direction on the Kalka-Ambala highway at Devi Nagar village this morning.
The police registered two cases of fraud worth Rs 30 lakh here yesterday.
The Society for Promotion for IT in Chandigarh (SPIC) yesterday signed an agreement with the National Institute of Technical Teachers Training and Research, Sector 26, to provide need-based training programmes for the faculty of engineering colleges and polytechnics of the Northern region comprising Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Delhi and Chandigarh in the field of information technology.
In a letter to the Vice-President of India and Panjab University Chancellor, Mr Bhairon Singh Shekhawat, Dr Arun Deep Ahluwalia, Reader, Geology Department, PU, has sought his intervention in the promotion of Hindi in science teaching.
To mark the silver-jubilee year of its existence, the Principal of DAV Public School, Sector 8, Ms Sarita Manuja, announced the opening of a primary school here today.
The two-day career fair organised by Fair and Lovely Foundation was inaugurated today at Maharaj Aggarsen Bhavan, Sector 30. The best thing about the fair is that you do not have to attend seminars. The organisers have placed impressive boards all over the venue for visitors to read the information of your interest.
Taking up an application filed by Allahabad Bank’s Sector 17 branch office, the Debts Recovery Tribunal here has asked Punjab State Tubewell Corporation Limited and the Punjab Government to “appear on January 8, 2004 at 10.30 am in person or through duly authorised agent or advocate to show cause why relief and interim relief prayed for should not be allowed”.
“The object of arbitration is to obtain fair resolution of the disputes by an impartial tribunal without unnecessary delay or expenses. The parties should be free to agree as to how their disputes are solved,” said Mr Justice S. Rajendra Babu of the Supreme Court, while addressing a seminar on “Arbitration, whether efficacious means of dispute resolution” here today.
Issues ranging from degeneration of politics, terrorism and Indo-Pak relations were at the receiving end at a Hasya Kavi Sammelan organised by the municipal corporation and Chandigarh Tourism at Tagore Theatre here this evening.
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