|Scouts and Guides
Feb 22 Scouts and guides of Kendriya
Vidyalaya, Sector 47, celebrated Lord Baden
Powell's 193rd birth anniversary here today.
Their enthusiasm for community service was
evident from the attractive stalls of
unsafe for students
NAGAR, Feb 22 A recent incident of plaster
falling off the ceiling of a class room in
Government High School at Landran village, near
here, has thrown up several questions about the
safety of the students and the teaching staff.
Government High School, Kumbra, SAS Nagar,
present a group song at the Scouts and Guides Day
celebrations on the school premises on Tuesday.
Cultural programme organised
Feb 22 A cultural programme Sham Sandhuri
2000 was presented at Tagore Theatre, Sector 18,
here by the Shingar Kala Manch and the AIM Group today.
Map quiz tomorrow
Feb 22 As part of the National Science Day-2000
celebrations, the Survey of India will organise a map
quiz on February 24 at its regional headquarters in
Experts outline 'border' issues
Feb 22 Traditional ideas of exclusive territory
were being challenged by the diverging processes of
globalisation, said Dr Anssi Passi of the Department of
Geography of the University of Oulu in Finland.
Bail denied in assault case
Feb 22 A city resident, accused of being involved
in the Panjab University assault case in which a the
right eye of a student of the Department of Law was
damaged with a broken baseball bat, was denied bail by
the Additional District and Sessions Judge, Mr S.K. Goel.
Cheating accused denied bail
Feb 22 The UT District and Sessions Judge, Mr B.S.
Bedi, yesterday rejected the bail applications moved by a
sub-divisional officer and an overseer in a cheating
Notices on IT to wine contractors
Feb 22 A Division Bench of the Punjab and Haryana
High Court comprising Mr Justice N.K. Sodhi and Mr
Justice N.K. Sud allowed a bench of writ petitions filed
by wine contractors from Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh
and quashed the notices issued to them by the Excise and
Taxation Department, for payment of income tax at 10 per
cent on the licence fee, which totals over Rs 1,500 crore
in the two states and union territory.
Civil Judge's bail plea dismissed
Feb 22 Bathinda Civil Judge M.S. Walia's
application, seeking interim bail for
"remaining" with his wife during her surgery,
was today dismissed by the UT Additional District and
Sessions Judge-cum-Special Judge for Central Bureau of
Investigation cases, Mr S.S. Lamba.
Haryana official granted bail
Feb 22 An official of the Printing and Stationery
Department of Haryana, facing allegations of causing a
loss of over Rs 7 lakh after allegedly conniving with
another accused, was yesterday granted bail by UT
Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate H.S. Madaan.
Notice to Admn on stall allotment
Feb 22 On a civil suit challenging the allotment
of stalls within a radius of 200 m from the two entrances
of Rose Garden during the Festival of Gardens, a city
court today issued notice to the UT Administration and
other defendants for February 24.