Forests directors among
Aug 7 The Panchkula police will flash photographs
and detailed information about the Chairman and four
Directors of Surbhi Forests India Ltd. on the Zee TV
show, 'India's Most Wanted'. They have allegedly
absconded with crores of rupees of investors.
|6 bridges need
repairs; 1 may collapse
BASSI, Aug 7 Bridges in general and those
on national highways, particularly in this
subdivision, are in a deplorable condition.
of dogs must
Aug 7 The Chandigarh Municipal Corporation
today notified new guidelines and bylaws for
keeping pet dogs and milch cattle.
half a dozen bridges in the Dera Bassi
subdivision have become accident-hazards as the
railings and bitumen over their surfaces has
peeled off. The condition of the bridge on the
Mubarikpur-Ramgarh road shows the negligence of
the authorities concerned. A Tribune
Honesty is still alive
CHANDIGARH, Aug 7 When Mr Suraj
Gupta and his friend, Mr P.L. Punia, got down from New
Delhi-Kalka Shatabdi Express at Chandigarh station last
night, little did they realise that they have let behind
a big yellow envelope on their seat in the Executive
Coach of the train.
Candidates not interviewed
Aug 7 The Regional Employment Exchange has written
a letter to the Deputy Director General of the NCC
Directorate of Haryana, Punjab and Chandigarh, alleging
that certain candidates sent for an interview were not
HC order on hoardings
Aug 7 The Punjab and Haryana High Court has
directed that the hoardings which are beyond 100 m from
the national high way 50 m from traffic roads shall not
AICC yet to decide on city seat
Aug 7 The All-India Congress Committee is yet to
take a decision about the party candidate for the lone
Chandigarh Lok Sabha seat.
RRD to contest UT seat
Aug 7 The Rashtriya Raksha Dal, a party of
ex-servicemen, will put up its candidate in the coming
Lok sabha elections.
Aug 7 Language newspapers have played an
important role in the freedom struggle of India.
However, in the wake of economic liberalisation,
there is an invasion from foreign culture and
Indian vernacular press has to play a decisive
role to check this onslaught.