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Panel suggests changes in rules
Removal of Mayor, others
CHANDIGARH, Nov 15 — With a view to streamline the procedure for the removal of top civic functionaries, the Legal Affairs Committee of the Municipal Corporation of Chandigarh has suggested certain changes in the removal process.

Veteran music director O.P. Nayyar interacts with students of Hansraj Public School, Panchkula, on Monday. — A Tribune photograph
'Homoeopathy similar to music'
PANCHKULA, Nov 15 — "Be sincere in whatever task you undertake and couple it with intensity of purpose, which is the only formula for achieving success," music director O.P. Nayyar said during interaction with students of Hansraj Public School, Sector 6, here today.
Children present classical music Children’s Day celebrated Amritsar school is best

Donations for cyclone victims
CHANDIGARH, Nov 15 — The Chandigarh Chemists Association today donated 81 boxes of medicines to cyclone victims in Orissa.

Happenings on the health front
100-km human chain tomorrow
CHANDIGARH, Nov 15 — As part of the drive to spread awareness about the national pulse polio programme, more than one lakh school children of the city will form a 100-km human chain on November 17 at 11 am.
Problems of old discussed Blood shortage

Banjara panel to approach govt
CHANDIGARH, Nov 15 — The All-India Banjara Sewa Sangh will approach the Government of India for getting "Banjara" as main name along with its 27 synonyms and 18 subcastes in the list of the Scheduled Tribes of the Constitution of India.



Court grants bail to Punjab DSP
CHANDIGARH, Nov 15 — The UT Additional District and Sessions Judge, Mr S.S. Lamba, today directed that Punjab deputy superintendent of police Surjit Singh Grewal “be released on bail” in the event of his arrest in the murder case of S.A.S. Nagar resident Kulwinder Singh Kid.
Challan supplied in kickbacks case
Syal’s remand extended
Court restrains mining
Proclamation issued


Digitalised map software for ITBP
BHANU (Ramgarh), Nov 15 — The Indo-Tibetan Border Police has acquired the indigenously designed digitilised map software which will enable it to know about the terrain in which an operation is being planned.
Recruitment of cops from Nov 24
‘Transfer policy to be strictly followed’

HUDA policy condemned
PANCHKULA, Nov 15—An emergency meeting of the Technocrats Association of the Haryana Urban Development Authority was held at the Community Centre, Sector 7, here today to discuss the issue of taking of engineers on deputation in HUDA from PWD (B and R) and PWD (Public Health) departments.

New BJP chief to be chosen next May
CHANDIGARH, Nov 15 — The new President of the BJP will be chosen in May, 2000, after a comprehensive review of its constitution at Chennai from December 27 to 29 this year, Mr Krishan Lal Sharma, Vice-President of the party, announced here today.
Encroachers give admn tough time
CHANDIGARH, Nov 15 — In the past couple of months, the anti-encroachment drives to remove those persons who have occupied government land have met with resistance from encroachers and at some places there were ugly verbal duels.
Revision of electoral rolls Village land ‘encroached’

World Heritage Week from Nov 19
CHANDIGARH, Nov 15 — With a view to create awareness among the general public about the rich cultural and monumental heritage of the country, the Archaeological Survey of India will celebrate World Heritage Week from November 19.

Workshop on nutrition Talk on diabetes ‘Shun
Seminar on clean water
Free ENT camp on Nov 17



Crime File
Burglary in Panchkula temple

Campus Beat
Students protest against fee hike

Consumer Courts
Telecom Dept fined Rs 25,000

HUDA ordered to refund deposit

Price Watch
Vegetable prices fall

Sacred Heart in semis

Bansi wins 10,000 m raceTop



Water supply unsatisfactory
SOHANA, Nov 15 — Low water pressure and insufficient supply of drinking water have been the bane of Sohana for a long time.

Badminton facilities poor
CHANDIGARH, Nov 15 — Panchkula has so far lagged behind in sport infrastructure, though performaces of players have been satisfactory compared to the facilities available.Top

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