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Charges against ex-DC one-sided, unfair
CHANDIGARH, April 15 — The vigilance inquiry against a former Deputy Commissioner, Mr K.K. Khandelwal, reported in this paper on March 24, was a one-sided, preliminary inquiry conducted without notice to Mr Khandelwal and without caring to obtain his version.

60 furniture shops gutted
CHANDIGARH, April 15 — About 60 shops were gutted and furniture worth lakhs of rupees was damaged in a devastating fire, which broke out during early hours today in the furniture market on the Madanpura road near Badheri village.

A harrowing 30 minutes in locked lift
CHANDIGARH, April 15 — A couple of families and their guests had a harrowing experience when they were locked in a lift of Hotel Shivalikview in Sector 17 here this afternoon.

180 withdrawn from security duty
CHANDIGARH, April 15 — After reviewing the security set-up, the Chandigarh police, today withdrew around 180 of their personnel, who were deployed on personal security duty with politicians, public men and senior police functionaries.

Major cremated with military honours
KHARAR (Ropar), April 15 — Hundreds of people paid homage to Major Harminder Pal Singh, whose body was cremated with full military honours here today. He had laid down his life for the country while fighting militants in Kashmir valley on April 13.

Pilot visits city today
CHANDIGARH, April 15 — Former Union Minister for Surface Transport and a prominent Congress and Gujjar leader, Mr Rajesh Pilot, will visit Chandigarh tomorrow to attend the annual function of the Gujjar Samaj Kalyan Parishad.


Crime File
Epilepsy patient injured, dies

Corporation Beat
Fire station stone laidTop

Gurbani fascinates me, says Hemlata
CHANDIGARH, April 15 — “I have sung in more than 38 languages, and have recorded more than 5,000 songs. But it is the ‘bani’ of the Guru Granth Sahib which has fascinated me the most, because it is the only holy “granth” that is totally based on music. Singing it is like surrendering yourself”, said Bollywood singer Hemlata at a press conference here todayTop

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