yet to decide on environment exam
Dec 28 Thousands of undergraduates from over 100
colleges hang in uncertainty over whether Panjab
University will conduct the annual examination in the
paper of environment studies or not.
Booths, SCOs fetch crores
Dec 28 The craze to own commercial property in the
city was evident today as the Chandigarh Administration
netted Rs 27.43 crore by auctioning 102 commercial sites,
including booths, shop-cum-offices and semi-industrial
sites here today.
Councillor quits on corruption
Dec 28 In a sudden development fuelled by groupism
in the local municipal council, a councillor today
resigned in protest against alleged corruption in the
Eye bank dedicated to Kargil
Dec 28 Army field hospitals in Dras, Kargil and
Partapur have been further modernised to provide
requisite medical cover for intensive high-altitude
mountain operations as an aftermath of the Kargil
Nuclear physicists debate on quark
Dec 28 The changing scenario of knowledge in
electro-magnetic signals and developments in the 'actual
detection' of quark were the highlights of the symposium
on nuclear physics being organised by the Department of
Atomic Energy at Panjab University here today.
Book on Majithia released
Dec 28 The Punjab Chief Minister, Mr Parkash Singh
Badal, released a book Sir Sunder Singh Majithia
and his relevance in Sikh politics written by
Gurnam Singh Rekhi, a historian, at a ceremony at Tagore
Theatre here today.
Italian professor of Hindi
Dec 28 The Chandigarh Sahit Chintan today
organised a Ru-Ba-Ru session with Marriola Offredi,
Associate Professor of Hindi at Venice University, Italy,
at Punjab Kala Bhavan, Sector 16, this evening.
Dharna by HUDA staff
Dec 28 The Joint Action Committee of the employees
of six unions of the Haryana Urban Development Authority
organised a dharna outside the HUDA office in Sector 6
Fire incident in textile mill
28 A major loss was averted in Kharar Textile
Mills, a unit of the Government of India, when a fire
broke out on the mill premises today.
train sent to Jalore
Dec 28 Mr Buta Singh, MP and former union
minister, flagged off a special train with 40
wagons loaded with various types of fodder for
the cattle in the Jalore and Sarohi areas of
Rajasthan at Kurali railway station today.