to be faster
Aug 14 The Shatabdi Express arriving here in the
morning around 10.30 from Delhi will shortly be hauled by
an electric locomotive, reducing the travelling time
between 15 minutes and 25 minutes.
Lawsuit filed against CHB
Aug 14 Applicants, who have been found to be
ineligible by the Chandigarh Housing Board for owning
flats in Sector 52, have filed a suit in the court,
seeking permanent injunction, restraining the CHB from
holding the draw of lots scheduled for Monday.
stuck in a trench full of slush and filth at the
Sector 26 Grain Market in Chandigarh on Saturday.
A Tribune photograph
|Tractor stuck in
Aug 14 The functioning of the local market
committee authorities came under sharp focus
today when a tractor-trailer got stuck in a six-
foot- deep trench filled with slush and remained
there for more than two hours near the main
platform of the Sector 26 Grain Market.
Poor response to BBA course
Aug 14 The admission process for filling vacant
seats of BBA I in various colleges of Punjab, affiliated
to Panjab University, drew a poor response during the
second counselling session held today at Government
College, Sector 46.
Poll staff can vote on duty
Aug 14 The election authorities have made
arrangements to enable government employees on election
duty for the Chandigarh Lok Sabha seat to cast their
votes while on duty.
Shortage of seats in PU hostels
Aug 14 Shortage of seats in Panjab University
hostels has been causing concern among the students,
particularly during the past few years.
Shruti Gupta wins poster
Aug 14 Shruti Gupta Of DAV Model School, Sector
15, won the first prize in an inter-school poster
exhibition organised by the school here today.
Focal point body flays MC
Aug 14 The Dera Bassi Industrial Focal Point
Association has criticised the decision of the Punjab
Government to extend the municipal limits of this town.
GARIBDASS, Aug 14 Telephone users of more
than half a dozen villages connected with this
rural telephone exchange are resentful on account
of the problems they have been facing for several
Aug 14 The seven crore disabled voters of
the country would vote for those candidates only
who would give an assurance for 'favourable'
amendments in the Equal Opportunities, Protection
of Rights and Full Participation Act 1995.
Play on soldier
Aug 14 A yet-to-be-titled Punjabi play was
read out by writer-director Sahib Singh this
afternoon at the Punjab Kala Bhavan, Sector 16.
stabbed to death
14 Mr Harvansh Singh, alias Shera (40), of Tiwana
village, near here, was reportedly stabbed to death by
his companions last night.