|Saturday, July 22, 2000,
ZIRAKPUR, July 21 — The Punjab State Electricity Board has slapped a penalty of Rs 5,60,000 for stealing power on the owner of Bristol Resort, which is situated at Singhpura village, 2 km on the Chandigarh-Ambala National Highway, here today.
UT may again seek partner-state status
Toss decides UT’s first ZP top posts
Confusion over Class XII results
Students tense as their fate hangs in balance
Seminar on autonomy
particles in soft drink
When it pours, work stops here
Garbage bin throws heaps of problems
Held for raping minor
Now, virtual school service
SAS NAGAR, July 21 — Entrepreneurs running their units at the industrial estate here are being forced to pay double octroi on their consignments due to an unclear policy of the SAS Nagar Municipal Council.
Government contractors feel pinch of notification
Canadian Studies Centre
for PU discussed
CHANDIGARH, July 21 — Members of the Panjab University Non-teaching Employees Federation rallied in front of the Administration Block for the second day today to protest against the last-minute appointments made by the outgoing Vice-Chancellor, Prof M.M. Puri.
School stands in slush
Arch admissions come to end
AIFUTA meeting tomorrow
Interviews for PU admissions
Sodhi Ram’s remand extended
All a matter of heart
PU gym gets physiotherapy centre
Anandgarh panel meets on July 24
CHANDIGARH, July 21 — The Union Railway Minister, Ms Mamata Banerjee, will open the Ambala-Chandigarh-Kalka electrified railway link at the Chandigarh railway station on July 24.
MC panel favours Central pattern
Cops get posting
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