|Sunday, June 25, 2000,
CHANDIGARH, June 24 — God does not favour everyone for sacred missions. This blessing is reserved for the chosen few. The belief gets stronger after an interface with 14-year-old Avirbhav Verma who hides immense pain behind his smiling countenance.
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City to have national oil depots
|Bhuppi sends them swaying
CHANDIGARH, June 24 — One never really knows what would click, until it actually clicks. So when Bhupinder Chawla, better known as the Jogiya Khalli Walli, Bhuppi, comes to town with the purpose of sending the crowds swaying on his tunes, apprehensions about the success of his show naturally follow...
Complaint centre under a tree
A love affair that didn’t work out
DERA BASSI, June 24 — Every foundation stone has its sorry tale to tell. Come election time and politicians of all colours and hues promise the moon to the electorate. While some politicians do inaugurate the schemes and projects with much fanfare, the trial of foundation stones tell a different story.
Problems galore in Dera Bassi
Disorderly traffic scene outside PGI
One held with charas
CHANDIGARH, June 24 — The police has arrested a resident of Bihar and seized 2.75 gm of charas from him.
Sector 17 traders a worried lot
SAS NAGAR, June 24 — Unruly scenes were witnessed in front of the Udhyog Bhavan in Sector 17 of Chandigarh when the Punwire Employees Coordination Committee raised slogans against the government and entered the building when a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Punjab State Industrial Development Corporation was in progress.
Top models for
'sagai to bidai’
Monitoring of students made the difference
CHANDIGARH, June 24— The students of M.A./M.Sc (second semester) who appeared for Differential Equations, paper VII , of the International Centre for Distance Education and Open Learning have complained that 80 per cent of the question paper was out of syllabus.
Roll numbers not
issued, candidates anxious
CHANDIGARH, June 24 — The local GGDSD College, Sector 32, has bagged 9 out of the first 10 positions in the B Com I examination results of Panjab University.
Computer centres Mecca for kids
Bail for NRI’s
Sodhi Ram’s judicial remand extended
Bail denied in
Theatre workshop concludes
City to host ball badminton meet
CHANDIGARH, June 24 — Deepak and Mohit helped Phonex Cricket Club achieve a superb 57-run win over Little Flower Convent School, Panchkula, in an under-12 league cricket tournament at the Sector 44 grounds today.
Good response to scheme
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