Hosts DAV-8 rout Sanjay school
Chandigarh, October 11
Hosts DAV Senior Secondary School, Sector 8, beat Sanjay Public School (SPS), Sector 44, by seven wickets in a match of the PCA Boost Cup Inter-school Cricket Tournament today. The tournament is being played at the school grounds.
Carmel Convent book berth in final
Chandigarh, October 11
Carmel Convent, Sector 9, secured a berth in the final of the Chandigarh sub-junior girls’ u-17 football championship for the Mother Veronica Cup, beating Mount Carmel, Sector 47, by 2-0 at the Sector 17 football stadium, here, today.
PU Campus, DAV College set up summit clash
Chandigarh, October 11
PU Campus and DAV College, Chandigarh, made it to the final, beating their respective rivals in the semifinal matches of the Panjab University Inter-college Badminton (men) Tournament today at the PU gymnasium hall.
PU Campus beat GGD SD College 3-0 while DAV got the better of Sri Guru Gobind Singh College, Sector 26, 3-1.
|DAV batsman sweeps a shot against Sanjay Public School during a match of the PCA Boost Inter-school Cricket Tournament at DAV School, Sector 8, in Chandigarh
on Thursday.— Tribune photo by Manoj Mahajan
Bollywood's grand ‘young’ style diva
, who can be unarguably termed India's Greta Garbo, continues to be Bollywood's ever-graceful style diva and still sets many a heart aflutter even as she turned 53 on Wednesday."She
is a true style diva when it comes depicting the Indian look. She looks fabulous
in the traditional Indian saris. I would say that she brings out the best of
Indian outfits. She carries them very well. But I wouldn't like to see her in a
western outfit," Shantanu of designer duo Shantanu and Nikhil said.
An American account of Partition
few get an opportunity to see history in the making. Not many become a part of history, and just a few have the privilege of witnessing it. Phillips Talbot is one of them.
Blair now in parking row
heavy security detail and his plans for a roof terrace and solar panels have already riled his
neighbours, but this hasn't stopped former British Premier Tony Blair from getting into an even bigger dispute. Neighbours of Blair, who lives in Connaught Square in London, have reportedly received a letter asking for their views on proposals to ban parking along a
nine-metre stretch of road for anyone except Blair.
Spanish funds for Varanasi’s development
regional government of Andalusia in southern Spain is planning funding of cultural and heritage development of
Varanasi, one of the world’s most ancient cities.
Now, perfumed rail tickets
Now, train tickets will be a treat to your nose. The railway ministry is in talks with consumer goods companies, which are keen on advertising their products like soap, shampoo and perfume on train tickets.
Supermarket bags latest status symbol!
London: It may not seem likely, but supermarkets shopping bags have become the latest status symbol. According to a survey carried out by food firm Ginsters, 56 per cent of Britons feel that their choice of supermarket gives a clear indication of their social standing.
Impatient gobblers of ‘patience’
|Food lovers in Hyderabad recently took part in a unique competition of gobbling up 'Haleem' as much as possible in one minute. Hyderabad is famous for its non-vegetarian dish "Haleem" which literally means patience, because it takes long hours to prepare the dish. It is made of wheat, mutton, gram, pulse, curd, onions and vegetable oil with a sprinkling of spices. It is served with lemon juice.
The contestants were given 2 kg of
vegetarian haleem in three boxes.The winner of the competition
was Mohammad Saleem who managed to eat 2 kg of haleem in 30
Australia to extradite Dr 'Death' soon
Australia is moving towards the final stages of extraditing from the US India-born Jayant Patel who has been linked to 87deaths of patients he treated between 2003 and 2005 at a Queensland hospital.
NCERT trains Afghan academicians
With a view to helping Afghanistan strengthen its elementary education system, the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) has organised a 40-day-long training-cum-workshop programme for academicians from the country.
Gas Pipeline Network
India six times behind Pak: Assocham
Pakistan is nearly six times ahead of India in terms of gas pipeline network with coverage of 56,400 km in 1050 towns as against India with 10,500 km network covering 20 cities, according to the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India