cream takes the cake
When it comes to desserts,
ice-cream is the ever favourite, universally liked by both kids and
grown-ups, all through the year. More so, if it’s not the winter
season. And, Baskin Robbins outlets in Chandigarh’s Sectors 17 and 35
are likely to be the favourite of many ice-cream lovers for the variety
of the creamy stuff, desserts and drinks they offer. Scoops of the
international brand can be had in cups’n cones, in the form of sundaes
and special drinks in the form of floats, sodas or regulars.
brings down temperature
A brief spell of rain,
brought down the temperature in the city and adjoining areas here
today. According to the weather office, 3 mm of rainfall, which
was accompanied by a duststorm, was recorded in Chandigarh.
Milky rain: It wasn’t milk that was flowing through city streets on Friday after the afternoon downpour. Somehow the rainwater, much to the amazement of residents, acquired a milky hue.
— Photo Karam Singh
renderings by Mubarak Ali
Chandigarh, September 14
Mubarak Ali from Nankana Sahib
(Pakistan) gave soulful renderings of Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s compositions
besides folk songs at a show in Punjab Kala Bhavan here today. Ali began
the evening with “Satguru Nanak Pargatiya”. He covered his head to
lend grace to the occasion. The evening began with a resolution of the
arts council decrying the ghastly terrorist acts in the USA.
fast by JCT employees
SAS Nagar, September 14
Members of two employees’ unions
of JCT Electronics here began a relay fast to press for the payment of
their salaries and revival of normal production. Eleven employees,
including the president of the JCT Electronics Workers Union, Mr K.B.
Sharma, and president of the JCT Employees Union, Mr Adesh Tyagi, went
on fast. Mr Ram Krishan Sharma, general secretary of the workers union,
said the management had invested the profits earned here by employees at
JCT in the Baroda unit of the company. This was a big fraud played on