Chandigarh News - Chandigarh Business Information Directory

Chandigarh News - Chandigarh Business Information Directory

  • 14th August, 2017 Times of India
    • 800 cops on guard, feel free to celebrate Independence Day
      Chandigarh : The security arrangements for the Independence Day parade at Sector 17 rest on the shoulders of more than 800 police personnel. Two superintendents of police will supervise a team of 6 DSPs, 30 inspectors, than 700 cops, who will ...
    • Power cuts blow the fuse of Panchkula
      PANCHKULA/ZIRAKPUR: Unscheduled power cuts have made life miserable for residents of Panchkula and Zirakpur. VIP Road, housing societies near Air Force Station High Grounds, colonies of Zirakpur and sectors 4, 15, 7, 19, 11, 12A, 16, 25, 26 and 27 ...
  • 13th August, 2017 Times of India
    • Two more swine flu cases in Mohali
      MOHALI : Two more swine flu positive cases have been reported in Mohali on Saturday. A 28 years old resident of Kharar and 26 years old woman resident of Derabassi are under treatment at separate hospitals, said the nodal officer. Kharar resident is ...
    • No financial aid for Everest summiteers from Haryana
      CHANDIGARH : Finally, the Haryana government has come up with a policy, according to which the state mountaineers climbing Mount Everest after January 12, 2015, shall not be given any cash award. Similarly , the state has decided to pay Rs 21 lakh ...
    • 'Firm of SAD leader's son made 100 crore'
      CHANDIGARH : While referring to the new advertisement policy local government minister Navjot Singh Sidhu here on Saturday alleged that previous the SAD-BJP government had ensured Rs 100 crore illegal profits to a company owned by former minister ...
    • Fly past into the future for this IAF officer
      CHANDIGARH : After he chose to be part of the Indian Armed Forces just before the country was declared independent 70-years back, Air Marshal Randhir Singh was assigned the task to carry out the fly-past over the Red Fort on August 15, 1947 to celebrate ...
    • Student parties listen to campus demands, prepare manifestos for elections
      CHANDIGARH : City college's student parties are at the door step of the campus students to know about their demands while preparing their manifestos of the upcoming student council elections. Interestingly, all prominent student parties of the college ...
    • 'Getting Panjab University central university status on priority list'
      CHANDIGARH : Getting the central university status is on the top of the priority list of both the candidates contesting for the president post of Panjab University Teachers' Association (PUTA). This is what they both want to work for if elected in the ...
    • Hundreds of women march to reclaim roads at night
      CHANDIGARH : Varnika Kundu, who survived an abduction bid in Chandigarh on August 4, has consistently said that her fight is for all women who have been harassed. It seems her fight has touched a chord with women across the country. Night marches ...
    • PU parties go to students for poll agenda
      Chandigarh : Infrastructure, campus security, cleanliness in hostels, updated syllabus and campus placement. What do you want the agenda for the Panjab University Campus Students Council (PUCSC) elections? This is the one question that student parties ...
  • 12th August, 2017 Times of India
    • Fatima Sana Shaikh terms Chandigarh stalking case as 'unfortunate'
      On August 5, Vikas Barala, son of Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) Haryana unit President Subhash Barala, was arrested on the charges of stalking and harassing an IAS officer's daughter in Chandigarh . He was, however, granted bail on the same day.
    • 22 - year - old student arrested with opium
      MOHALI: A student of Chandigarh University was arrested with opium from near Gharuan Kharar on late Thursday night, with police claiming that he had quite mastered the art of trading in drugs. The accused Chokha Ram, 22, hailed from Rajasthan and was ...
    • They heard, touched and clicked
      Chandigarh : The thought of exploring photography seemed next to impossible for this group of blind students from Bengal, who had never touched a camera in their life. An avenue to a new perspective of the world around opened up for them with the help ...
    • When parks go out of bound for public
      Chandigarh : The municipal corporation has turned a blind eye to the poor maintenance of public parks across the city. Many of these parks are flooded with water, while several others lack proper lighting. Take the case of a public park in Sector 21C ...
    • Complainant, investigating officer summoned for statements in 'bad boys' extortion case
      CHANDIGARH : The Chandigarh District Court summoned the investigating officer, complainant and inspector to record their statements in 'bad boys' extortion case. The court would record their statements by next date of hearing which would take place on ...