Panchkula woman’s throat slashed
Boy sues INSCOL
Decision to close fee counters likely today
CAT candidates still in shock
CAT foolproof, says ex-member of panel Number of women with AIDS doubles in region NCC cadets to be trained in border management Pesticide-free rice developed for diabetic patients
Number of women with AIDS doubles in region
NCC cadets to be trained in border management
Pesticide-free rice developed for diabetic patients
tightens noose around eateries stealing water
The art of stealing water has been apparently perfected by a number of eating joints here. Be it drawing water from a public standpost or buying it from a neighbour, the joints are eating into the pocket of the fundstarved civic body, thanks to the ignorance of the Municipal Corporation.
After fighting two wars against Pakistan in 1965 and 1971, city-based Lt Col Narinder Pal Singh is struggling against the state machinery for protecting him and his family. In a petition filed before the Punjab and Haryana High Court, the retired army officer has alleged that he and his family were reportedly receiving threats eversince he refused to part with the agricultural land he had purchased in Dera Bassi.
work at railway counters
A technical snag in the computerised reservation counters at the Chandigarh Railway Station today resulted in a lot of inconvenience to people. The snag could not be rectified till late this evening.
nite organisers accused of cheating
Disappointed over the poor arrangements during ‘Jassi Live’, organised by the Saffron Touch, a cultural club, over 12 property dealers, traders and residents today alleged that they were not provided facilities as promised by the organisers.
vacuum cleaner lying unutilised
A massive vacuum cleaner bought by the Mohali Municipal Council to keep the roads in the township clean has allegedly been lying in disuse for the past 10 months. The machine, which cost the municipal council a whopping Rs 10 lakh, was bought over two years ago but according to some of the councillors, the machine has not been used for months now for no reason known to them.
In a major power shutdown scheduled for tomorrow, residents living in Sectors 66, 67, 68, 69, Mohali and Kumbra, Sohana and Landran villages will be without power from 10 am to 5pm.
The local unit of the Alliance Francaise today donated proceeds of a show — Anokha — by the Compagnie Accrorap group held on October 3.
Two arrested, dacoity bid foiled
Two persons were injured when they were attacked upon by a group of seven-10 persons in Sector 22A last evening. A case has been registered.
Disruption in supply of MS round steel resented
The Chamber of Chandigarh Industries has expressed concern over the disruption in the supply of MS round steel ranging from 16 mm to 25 mm diameter by Rastriya Ispat Nigam Limited (RINL) for the past over two months. The small scale units in Chandigarh, Mohali and Panchkula are consuming about 700 metric tonnes of MS round steel every month to produce different products.
The Resrve Bank of India today issued the first series of bank notes bearing the signature of Dr Y. V. Reddy. The bank notes are in the denominatins of Rs 5 and Rs 10 and will be distributed through the RBI issue offices according to a press release.
PTU colleges to be linked through Internet
In what might be the first of its kind effort in Punjab, all Punjab Technical University (PTU) colleges will be linked through Internet.
Convey your love, appreciation,
greetings through flowers
Towels with cartoons attract kids
Learning to make friends with science
‘Gyro Jet’ launched
An undertrain, O.P. Saini, has allegedly been extorting money from behind bars. Saini, who is currently lodged in Burail Jail in connection with the murder of Kiran cinema’s manager, Harjinder Singh, was today booked for allegedly demanding extortion money from three Dadu Majra shopkeepers. He has been booked under Sections 386 and 387 of the IPC.
Bail plea refused in flesh trade case
The UT police today opposed the bail applications of the two women arrested in the flesh trade racket in a local court.
Sagar Bhatia wins golf title
Verma for strengthening power infrastructure
Revision of voter cards on
315 acres to set up
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