Uday Singh cremated with US honours
City-Ludhiana rail link hits another block
The distinguished alumni of DAV College, Sector 10, will be honoured at a function slated for December 13 on the college campus by the Vice-President of India, Mr Bhairon Singh Shekhawat.
A Mani Majra resident, Amit Kumar, was today arrested for getting a motor cycle financed from GE Countrywide by presenting fake documents of a Star TV reporter, Amit Chaudhary.
“Conserve water to curb poverty and improve health standards all over the globe” was what Nigeria-based World President of Rotary International Jonathan B. Majiyagbe said while interacting with Rotary Club members here today. Talking to Chandigarh Tribune just after the conclusion of a function held this afternoon at a Sector 10 hotel, Mr Majiyagbe asserted that in some African cities, the women still had to trek miles to fetch water.
The Municipal Council today urged the Punjab Chief Minister to grant district status to the town.
Panchkula has taken great strides in the implementation of the state government’s progressive and development-oriented policies, especially in the areas of urban development, power, health and road construction.
Safai karamcharis today observed a strike in protest against the non payment/partial payment of their wages by the contractors. Thus, garbage continued to pile in various parts of the township.
The Punjab State Human Rights Commission has directed the Ropar SSP to look into the complaint of a Kharar resident who had alleged that she was harassed by her in-laws for bringing inadequate dowry.
Police personnel deployed with the Crime against Women Cell today got an insight into extramarital affairs, AIDS, matrimonial disputes, sexual harassment of children and dowry and drug-affecting married lives.
A Rotary Peace City monument would be inaugurated at the Sukhna lake by world president of Rotary International Jonathan B. Majiyagbe tomorrow. It has been constructed by the Rotary Club of Chandigarh and the State Bank of India for declaring Chandigarh a peace city. UT Administrator Justice O.P. Verma would formally receive the Charter of Peace City.
Dr Jagjit Singh Chohan, a Khalistan ideologue, today demanded observer status in the UNO to what he calls ‘the Sikh nation’. Addressing a press conference, Dr Chohan said the Khalsa Raj Party had decided to approach the UNO to get the observer status for the ‘ Sikh nation’.
Eigth ‘murti sthapana divas’ was celebrated at Shirdi Sai Baba Mandir in Sector 29A with great pomp and show. Devotees thronged the temple from the surrounding areas.
A drug addict and thief Dalbagh Singh (19), of Kajheri, facing trial in six cases of theft registered in different police stations and lodged in Burail Jail, today escaped from police custody after his appearance in a local court.
One person was killed when a Tata Sumo and a tractor trailer collided on the hospital road last night.
Mystery shrouds the death of a youth, whose body was found in a jungle near Khatauli village this afternoon. The maggot-infested body of the man was found hanging from a tree by a villager.
A seminar was organised by the Indian Institute of Banking and Finance (IIBF) on “Emerging era of competition, opportunities, challenges and strategies with special focus on banking and finance” here today.
programme for MBA faculty
briefed on disaster management
Murder suspect’s remand extended
Lending their house an artistic touch Love knows no boundary
Love knows no boundary
It’s my life
Mohan Singh Sran, Ph.D (Biochemistry)
Surgery can benefit 60 pc epilepsy
patients, say experts
Latest medical aid must reach masses: expert
Workshop on cerebral
PGI short of funds for neurosciences unit
Promises set the ball rolling in Golf Club elections
MC seeks 20 mgd pipeline to meet water shortage
Cops reach out to elderly
Vendors selling in Apni
87 acres to be acquired for institutions
Police post upgraded