Dancing their blues away
|Chandigarh, November 30
More than 100 children from slum areas participated in a dance-cum-fitness programme organised jointly by the Durga Das Foundation and the Shiamak Davar Institute of Performing Arts, Mumbai, in Bapu Dham, Sector 26, and Hallo Majra colony.
Slum children at Shiamak’s dance class arranged specially for them in Sector 26 in Chandigarh
on Sunday afternoon.
wants something new, says Sharbani Mukherjee
“Aanch”, (Burning Egos),
is a hard-hitting look at the lawlessness and the “rule of the
gun” in parts of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. This was said by
Raajesh Singh, the director, while addressing a press conference
at the Press Club here today.
Actress Shrabani Mukherjee and actor Suchindra Bali, who star in a Hindi film, “Aanch”, are all smiles during a press conference at the Chandigarh Press Club on Sunday.
— Tribune photo by Pankaj Sharma
reign in men’s fashion
Panchkula, November 30
Suits of dark shades and a combination of pastel shades with warm colours still reign
in men’s fashion.
This was indicated at a fashion show organised by Amartex to launch its exclusive range of men’s wear here tonight. Black, navy blue, steel grey, camel and dark brown suits with three buttons were showcased by the models, as they sashayed down the ramp.
Cultural events mark close of carnival
Stalls put up all over the Leisure Valley, Sector 10, were witness to a range of cultural activities, fun games and artistic creations as the two-day Carnival concluded here on Sunday.
|A ‘Nihang’ shows his expertise in managing arms for self-defence.
||Young women delight at sight of painted plates.
Sukhbir regales audience
|Punjabi singer Sukhbir lent warmth to the Leisure Valley atmosphere charged with beats and befitting dance numbers on a rather cold evening. The show was the final event at the two-day Chandigarh Carnival which concluded here today.
A lesser heard version of the ‘gur naalon ishq mitha’ set the tempo for the evening.
Sukhbir performs at a concert to mark end of Chandigarh
Carnival at Leisure Valley here on Sunday. — Tribune photo
by Malkiat Singh
Customers evince interest in new Zen
|The newly launched model of Maruti Zen has generated a good response from the public besides excitement.
Mr H.S. Brar, Regional Manager of Maruti Udyog Ltd, said the company had unveiled a redesigned all-new Zen, its premium compact car. The car had been designed in India with a contemporary European design and was targeted at the youth.
He said the company had decided not to raise the price of the new Zen.
The newly-designed Maruti Zen. — A Tribune photo
Punjabis devour South
ST Mary’s Orthodox Syrian Church in Sector 46, Chandigarh, wore a festive look on Sunday. The Sunday morning prayer was extended to a different plane, so to speak. Members of the Orthodox Syrian Church Society had organised a South Indian Food Festival, the proceeds of which would be donated for a noble cause.
It’s my life
Chandigarh has best
I was born and brought up in this beautiful city only. But I noticed the real importance of the city after my first posting with AG, Delhi. In this small period, I could anticipate the real value of staying in Chandigarh.
PGI patients suffer basic
Chandigarh, November 30
Acute shortage of basic hospital material like bandages, saline, soaps and bulbs in the operation theatres and wards at Nehru Hospital in the PGI is seriously affecting health care. Patients, in the absence of any heaters or blowers, are forced to shiver in the cold.
How to cope with stress
Chandigarh, November 30
ODE (optimising development in education) as part of its new endeavour, ODEPQ (optimising development in emotional and personality quotient) organised its inaugural workshop on stress management, “Making stress work for you” at Indira Holiday Home, Sector 24, Chandigarh, yesterday.
Computerisation of General
Hospital set in motion
Chandigarh, November, 30
A patient undergoing treatment at the General Hospital here may no longer be inconvenienced even if he ends up losing all his medical records as the ball has been set rolling for the installation of a Rs 40-lakh computerisation programme at the hospital.
treated at medical camp
Dera Bassi, November 30
As many as 500 patients suffering from
various ailments were treated at a 21-day free magneto therapy camp
organised by Master Bhagirath Das Memorial Charitable Trust which
concluded in Pracheen Hanuman Mandir here on Sunday
Old, young donate blood for jawans