|Wednesday, August 23,
No exams in schools from December to March 15
Teachers to be engaged in census work
CHANDIGARH Aug 22 — There will be no exams for the school children from December 1, 2000, to March 15 next year. The reason? pre-occupation of teachers in the ongoing census operations.
Temples decked up for Janamashtami
CHANDIGARH Aug 22 — The temples are decorated and decked up for the auspicious occasion of Janamashtami, falling tomorrow.
Two held in liquor vend employees’ murder case
CHANDIGARH, Aug 22 — The CPI general secretary, Mr A.B. Vardhan, today suggested the restructuring of Centre-state relations and giving more financial and administrative powers to the states to enable them to fulfill their socio-economic obligations.
55 LPG cylinders confiscated from hotels
CHANDIGARH Aug 22 — Do the men in khaki really deserve the brickbats that are dished out to them day in and day out? Which government servant puts in an average 14-hour day round the year for no additional benefit?
Girl accuses father of
forcing her to commit suicide
State EC quashes SDM’s order
Stone crushers defy PPCB orders
NAYA GAON Aug 22 — Claustrophobic feeling grips you just as you cross the Naya Gaon barrier towards Khuda Ali Sher. Lined along the road are tin sheds erected by shopkeepers illegally. Adding to the congestion are rehriwallas and three-wheelers waiting for customers incessantly.
Union flays lock-out
Order on employing helpers, servants
wear black badges
Colourful function by
Telephone panel meeting
Business environment and women entrepreneurs
Floor area ratio may go up
PU seats fall vacant
CHANDIGARH Aug 22 — The money of Panjab University employees lost in a saving scheme of the postal services, recently, has found its right ownership following an official inquiry. The employees had saved money out of their salaries under a special savings scheme.
Honours School seats vacant
Anticipatory bail rejected
Brij's creations voice cultural assimilation
Music provides mental peace, says Dilraj Kaur
Western wear in vogue
Committee okays purchases, sans spiral CT scan
CHANDIGARH Aug 22 — The purchase committee of the PGI, has cleared the proposal for procuring equipment, drugs and life support systems worth more than Rs 1 crore for the hospital.
New lens for cataract
Dubai school to host CBSE badminton
CHANDIGARH Aug 22 — ‘’The overall emphasis to improve sports activities in Haryana will be on four major points — infrastructure development, competition exposure to players, increased co-ordination at school and college level and training to the trainers,” quipped Dr B.K. Sinha, who was recently appointed Director Sports, Haryana.
MC wins dispute with Excise Dept
CHANDIGARH Aug 22 — The water supply and the sewerage disposal committee of the Municipal Corporation of Chandigarh (MCC) today recommended an estimate of Rs 4.43 crore for laying pipe network for supplying tertiary treated water for the irrigation of various open spaces in Phase I and II sectors.
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