college teachers await new grades
June 10 Though last week the Chandigarh
Administration announced that the seven private
affiliated aided colleges in the city would be granted
the revised University Grants Commission pay scales, the
UT Government college teachers are still waiting to get
their revised pay scales.
New sector sites draw bidders
June 10 As many as 44 sites were sold for over Rs
8.25 crore at an auction of commercial sites in the Urban
Estate here today.
artiste Jagat Ram Lalka performs in Punjab Kala
Bhavan, Sector 16, Chandigarh on Thursday.
A Tribune photograph
era of yore
CHANDIGARH, June 10 The Punjab
Sangeet Natak Akademi today organised a
'Traditional and Contemporary Musical Programme',
here the third in the series of its
revived Thursday programmes, in which folk
singers of the region, Jagat Ram Lalka and
Krishan Lal, were presented. The delightful
sounds of traditional instruments did manage to
transport the audience to a totally different
Girls in PSEB merit list
June 10 Local students figuring in the Punjab
School Education Board matriculation examination merit
list, attribute their success to hard work and help and
guidance of their parents and teachers.
Parents take case to Governor
June 10 Parents of the plus two non-medical
students of the city today presented a representation to
Lt-Gen B.K.N. Chhibber (retd), Administrator, UT, and
Governor Punjab, on the denial of 85 per cent reservation
in Punjab Engineering College and the College of
Architecture, Chandigarh, to the Chandigarh students.
Wastage of students' labour
June 9 The process of annual examinations of the
local Government College of Art affiliated to Panjab
University presents a stunning picture.
Mass dharna by UT staff
June 10 Members of the Federation of UT Employees
and Workers staged a mass dharna near the Housing Board
roundabout in support of their demands here today.
Two cops suspended
June 10 Two constables who were first dismissed
for allegedly taking bribe and then reinstated have now
been suspended and will face an inquiry.
June 10 Heated exchanges and minor
scuffles marked the visit of Mr Harikesh Bahadur
Singh, observer of the All-India Congress
Committee, to the city today.
PSEB scales for
power department staff
June 10 The Union Government has conceded
the long-standing demand of the employees of the
Electricity Operations Circle of the Engineering
Department of the Chandigarh Administration by
allowing them to accept PSEB pattern of pay
scales as they were doing before December
Footpath vendors cane-charged
June 10 Protesting foothpath vendors were
subjected to a mild cane charge after they tried to break
the security cordon near the Housing Board roundabout