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Despite entertaining batting by Indian players, spectator turnout continued to be poor. This young couple seem to have the stadium for themseleves on the fourth day of the Test between India and New Zealand at SAS Nagar on Wednesday. — Tribune photo by Manoj Mahajan
16 dengue cases in Panchkula
PANCHKULA, Oct 13 — With over 16 cases of dengue being reported from different parts of the district and one round of fogging already over in the entire area, the Chief Medical Officer, Dr H.C. Nagpal, says that creating an awareness about the preventive measures is the only way of gaining control over the spread of the virus.

PU to honour Gujral, Anand with D.Lit degrees
CHANDIGARH, Oct 13 — After a gap of 11 years, Panjab University has decided to confer degrees of honoris causa on three eminent personalities from various walks of life on October 17, sources said here today.

Spurious-tank seller booked
SAS NAGAR, Oct 13 — A shopkeeper dealing in sanitary ware, plastic water tanks and pipes here has been booked by the police for allegedly selling duplicate plastic water tanks in the name of another company.

UT wants to retain Jain as CE
CHANDIGARH, Oct 13 — The decision of the Haryana Government to recall Mr R.K. Jain, Chief Engineer, from deputation has taken the Chandigarh Administration by surprise.

Rickshaw-pullers miss pets
CHANDIGARH, Oct 13 — Nearly a dozen rickshaw-pullers almost refuse to believe that 'Rampiari' and 'Chowkidar', the two female dogs they had reared at the Sector 16 General Hospital rickshaw-stand, have been snatched from them.
Stray dog on biting spree Meeting on animal welfare

Delhi-city flight from tomorrow
CHANDIGARH, Oct 13 — Jet Airways, a private airline, will start a regular service between New Delhi and Chandigarh from October 15.

Raising of road level opposed
SAS NAGAR, Oct 13 — The HM Houses Welfare Association of Phase IV has accused the local Municipal Council of causing hardship to the residents through raising of the level of a road, leading to flooding during rain.

One dies in mishap
CHANDIGARH, Oct 13 — Suraj Bhan, a resident of Burail village, died in a road accidenct in Sector 23 late on Tuesday night.

Draw for plots tomorrow

City BJP, SAD celebrate govt formation

200 donate blood

Disaster reduction day observed

Khula darbar

Poor water supply to secretariat

CRY exhibition

Inspectors, SIs shifted
CHANDIGARH, Oct 13—In another reshuffle, the UT Police has ordered the transfer of a few middle rung officers of the rank of Inspector and Sub-inspector with immediate effect.Top


Campus Beat
PUTA plans dharna on October 18

Cultural Scene
Tamas reflects bhisham's life

Price Watch
Banana, papaya dearer

GMHS-28, GMSSS-22 score wins

Noted writer Bhisham Sahni addresses the audience at a function in Punjab Kala Bhavan, Chandigarh, on Wednesday.
Noted writer Bhisham Sahni addresses the audience at a function in Punjab Kala Bhavan, Chandigarh, on Wednesday.— A Tribune photograph



ESIC helps heart patient
CHANDIGARH, Oct 13 — It is virtually a second birth for Mr Om Parkash Verma, a heart patient and an employee of a private firm at Parwanoo.

Village cries for basic amenities
DHARALI (SAS Nagar), Oct 13 — Poor roads and lack of other basic amenities mark the problems of the villagers on the periphery of Chandigarh.

School near cremation ground
SANGALA (Kharar), Oct 13 — The presence of a cremation ground close to Government Primary School in Sangala village has added to the problems of the students and teachers.Top

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