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A city hotel gets decked up for New Year Eve celebrations
A city hotel gets decked up for New Year Eve celebrations
Tickling the conscience Plea to refrain from celebrations

"Rickshaws without licences should be impounded, destroyed"
CHANDIGARH, Dec 30 — To curb the menace of growing number of rickshaws in the city, the local police has recommended that the rickshaws which have not been registered should be impounded and destroyed as is being done in Delhi.

FMUs to get 'real time' tele-medicine care
CHANDIGARH, Dec 30 — Revolutionising its medical care system by providing ''real time'' specialist advice to Field Medical Units, the Army is interlinking them with major hospitals.

Notices served on cinema houses
CHANDIGARH, Dec 30 — The Deputy Commissioner, Chandigarh Administration, Mr Ram Sekhar, has served notices on all the cinemas under the Punjab Cinematography Act, 1952, as applicable in Chandigarh.

Jacob reviews security at airport
CHANDIGARH, Dec 30 — The Punjab Governor and Administrator of Chandigarh, Lt-Gen J.F.R. Jacob (retd), today visited the Chandigarh Civil Airport to review the security arrangements.

Chaos at roundabout
CHANDIGARH, Dec 30 — Chaos prevailed at the Sector 26 transport roundabout as the police allegedly rounded up trucks which bore registration numbers of other states.

PU adopts resolution on scholarships
CHANDIGARH, Dec 30 —Panjab University has adopted a resolution on scholarships for undergraduate classes with slight amendments.
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Traders modify 'black day' plan
CHANDIGARH, Dec 30 — The Joint Action Committee of the Traders Association Sector 17 has decided to call off its decision to observe a black day on the last evening of the millennium.

No rift on sharing of seats: Chautala
PINJORE, Dec 30—The Haryana Chief minister, Mr Om Prakash Chautala, said that there were no differences between the Indian National Lok Dal and the Bharatiya Janata Party over the issue of sharing of seats for the forthcoming assembly elections.

A.S. Mohali takes over as civic body chief
SAS NAGAR, Dec 30 — Mr Amrik Singh Mohali took over as President of the Municipal Council here today in place of Mr Harinder Pal Singh Billa, who has been removed from the post by the Department of Local Government, Punjab

Forum for doctors

A record dry spell
CHANDIGARH, Dec 30 — For the first time in the records of the local Meteorological Department, there has been no winter rain during the months of November and December this year.

Drive against anti-social elements
KHARAR, Dec 30 — The local police, as per the directions issued by Mr G.S. Bhuller SSP, Ropar, has started a special compaign against anti-social elements in this area.

Cable operators flayed
PANCHKULA, Dec 30 — Residents of the township are resentful of the cable network going off air yesterday.

Plots for PUDA allottees
CHANDIGARH, Dec 30 — The prospective allottees registered with PUDA will now get plots at SAS Nagar following a decision in this regard.

Kamboj Chairman of housing federation

Rally by milkmen

Fact-finding panel

Petrol dealers donate to Army fund

NSS camps conclude

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Cases of vehicles ‘disposed of’
KHARAR, Dec 30 — Mr Amarjit Singh Dhindsa, SDM, Kharar, has claimed that all files regarding registration, licences and transfer cases of vehicles had been disposed of in the sub-division.



Crime File
Six arrested with liquor

Price Watch
Vegetables costlier in Panchkula

Impressive performances in tennis, shooting


Zirakpur crime rate up by four times
ZIRAKPUR, Dec 30 — Crime graph in this small township increased nearly four times this year. Last year, 55 criminal cases were registered at Lohgarh police chowki. It jumped to 192 cases this year.

Living amid insanitary conditions
CHANDIGARH, Dec 30 — With the garbage littered around at the entrance of the Chandigarh Housing Board complex in Sector 61, the residents of the area are exposed to a serious health hazard.

Power cuts bane of Zirakpur
ZIRAKPUR, Dec 30 — Residents of Zirakpur and the villages in the surrounding area are facing unscheduled power cuts for the past few days.Top

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