No ban on banners: Bassi
CHANDIGARH, Jan 18 Ending the controversy over the defacement issue, the Chandigarh police today clarified that action would not be taken against shopkeepers hanging banners in front of their establishments.
died of AIDS last year
CHANDIGARH, Jan 18
Thirteen persons with full-blown AIDS died in the three city hospitals
PGI, GMCH, and General Hospital, Sector 16 during 2000. Out of
these, 11 were males and two females. In 1999, eight persons (six
males and two females) had succumbed to the killer disease in the city
|Civil-military liaison must:
CHANDIGARH, Jan 18 The Punjab Chief Minister, Mr Parkash Singh Badal, today emphasised the need of effective coordination and synergy between the Army, civil administration, paramilitary forces and police for combating internal and external threats and to ensure peace, security and wellbeing of the people.
CHANDIGARH, Jan 18 In yet another reshuffle, four Inspectors of the Chandigarh Police were today transferred within the city. The orders, passed by the Inspector-General of Police, Mr B.S. Bassi, came into effect today
The Chief Minister of Punjab, Mr Parkash Singh Badal, interacts with the GOC-in-C, Western Command, Lieut-Gen Surjit Singh (extreme right), and the Chief of the Staff, Western Command, Lieut-Gen H.R.S. Mann, at the civil-military liaison conference in Chandi Mandir on Thursday. Tribune photo by Parvesh Chauhan
Probe ordered into PUDA occupation certificates
SAS Nagar, Jan 18 The Punjab Minister for Housing and Urban Development, Dr Upinderjit Kaur, today instituted an inquiry into issuing of occupation certificates to the houses under construction by the Estate Office of PUDA in Sector 71 of SAS Nagar.
Sudesh Kumari visits
PANCHKULA, Jan 18 The wife of the Haryana Governor, Ms Sudesh Kumari, visited the Sainik Bhavan and computer-cum-training centre being run at the premises in Sector 12 here today, to review facilities being extended to war widows and their children.
MC workers hold
CHANDIGARH, Jan 18 Employees of the Municipal Corporation staged a dharna near the MC office here today on the call of the Joint Action Committee of Municipal Corporation Employees and Workers. The dharna was in protest against the alleged inaction of the MC over the long-pending demands of workers.
CHANDIGARH, Jan 18 A 45-year-old employee of the UT Electricity Department, Gulshan Kumar Chopra, was crushed to death this evening when the scooter he was riding was hit by a speeding truck outside Colony Number 5.
4 killed in road
KHARAR, Jan 18 Four persons were killed in a road accident involving a Contessa car and a truck on the Kharar-Morinda road, near Khanpur village, last night.
According to information received here, the car (CH-01P-7516) was coming from Morinda side, while the truck (HR 37A-0133) was going towards Morinda from Kharar side.
seized, 2 held
CHANDIGARH, Jan 18 Two shopkeepers, accused of selling duplicate mattresses, were booked by the Chandigarh police under the Copy Right Act late this evening.
The two Ashok Kumar of Sector 39 and Naveen Aggarwal of Phase 4 in SAS Nagar were booked on the complaint of Kurl-On Limiteds Area Sales Manager, Mr Sinish Pal Singh.
One held for stealing car
CHANDIGARH, Jan 18 In just over a week after a car was stolen from Sector 45, the Chandigarh police has reportedly caught the thief and recovered the stolen vehicle.
organises customer meet
SAS NAGAR, Jan 18 The
ETDC (Mohali) under Government of India, Ministry of Information
Technology, organised a Customer Meet today. On the occasion,
representatives from prominent organisations like Semiconductor
Complex Ltd, Purolator, Microtek International, JCT Ltd, Mahavir
Spinning Mills Ltd, Cosmo Ferrites Ltd., Dabut India Ltd, Jai
Parabolic Springs Ltd, Puncom Ltd, Unichem Lab Ltd, Amson
Transformers, Hue and Colours (P) Ltd, Harvkas Electronics (P) Ltd,
Fair Marks, Accutrol and executive member of Mohali Industry
Association were present.