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Robbers held after chase by cops
CHANDIGARH, Sept 26 — The two automobile-mechanics, who had robbed a resident of his valuables, landed in police custody after an hour-long chase by cops which started in Sector 33 and ended in Sector 39 late last night.

PU may end PG defence studies
CHANDIGARH, Sept 26 — The postgraduate defence studies course in Panjab University has received a blow with the Syndicate's approval for a new Centre for Security Studies.

Aircraft models on display at an aero-modelling show organised by the Haryana Tourism Department at the Sector 5 Cricket Stadium in Panchkula on Sunday. — A Tribune photograph
Aero-modelling display at Panchkula
PANCHKULA, Sept 26 — The Haryana Tourism Department came through with flying colours during an aero-modelling display programme organised as part of the silver jubilee celebrations of the department at the Cricket Stadium in Sector 5 here today.

'Sunday School' opens in Sector 40
CHANDIGARH, Sept 26 — A unique project, "Sunday School'', was inaugurated at Government High School, Sector 40-A, today by the District Education Officer, Mr Brahmjit Kalia.

Eleven teachers awarded
CHANDIGARH, Sept 26 — Eleven teachers from Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Delhi and Chandigarh were presented awards for their outstanding performance and voluntary services in the field of creative education, at a function organised by "The Educationist", a social organisation, here today.

Low calorie food carnival begins
PANCHKULA, Sept 26 — For the calorie conscious, it is time for a feast with the North India Institute of Hotel Management here having drawn up a low calorie diet in consultation with experts from a local health club and beauty parlour for a week-long carnival beginning today.

Sector 47-C market lacks amenities
CHANDIGARH, Sept 26 — The Market Welfare Association of Sector 47-C has complained of lack of basic amenities in the market.

Stress to check AIDS menace
CHANDIGARH, Sept 26 — Experts and AIDS control programme directors of Punjab and Haryana today expressed concern at the rising number of HIV-infected persons and stressed the need for administrative and financial decentralisation with a view to combat the menace.

Education system 'needs change'
CHANDIGARH, Sept 26 — In the current competitive environment, when the world is shrinking to a global village and when the traditional methods of employment, especially in the hospitality industry, are yielding place to more professional and sophisticated ways of training, there is need to look for more dynamic and innovative ways to meet the challenges of human resource development in the next millennium.

Road Safety Day observed

Stone of diagnostic centre laid

Staff association name changed

Experts discuss care of contact lenses

Interactive session with writer

Week-long celebrations conclude

Bonanza of classical music in city

LIC officers express concern

School kids interact with CSIO scientists
CHANDIGARH, Sept 26 — The Central Scientific Instruments Organisation, Sector 30, celebrated the foundation day of the CSIR today by organising an open house for the general public.Top


Crime File
Resident cheated of lakhs

Price Watch
Rise in onion, cabbage prices

Junior soccer final today
Sabeeha wins shooting gold

Sanjay Public School (A) and DAV Senior Secondary School, Sector 8, in the semi-final of the Chandigarh Junior (under-19) Football Championship at Football Stadium, Sector 17, Chandigarh, on Sunday. SPS-44 (A) won the match, 4-0.— A Tribune photograph

Instant relief

Political nominees not needed on selection panelsTop


Bus service eludes villages
RANI MAJRA (Kharar), Sept 26 — resentment prevails among residents of Rani Majra, Salampatpur, Teor and other villages in the absence of any bus service to these places.

Students for placement cell on campus
CHANDIGARH, Sept 26 — Maintenance of law and order to ensure proper academic environment, better facilities for students in the campus and hostels, easy availability of student leaders and establishment of a dean placement cell are among the main demands of most varsity students.

Senior Sikhs warn against controversies
CHANDIGARH, Sept 26 — A group of leading senior Sikh citizens, who met here today, want that the initiative taken in proposing amendments to the Sikh Gurdwara Act and the draft All-India Gurdwara Bill should not be frittered away in needless controversies.

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