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  • 23rd April, 2017 Times of India
    • New admission app for UT government colleges
      A mobile-phone application that SPIC (the Society for the Promotion of Information Technology in Chandigarh ) has designed for the city's government colleges will also give you updates on admission, course, and seats, and tell you about the fee.
    • LED boards at fuel stations to show daily revised rates
      All fuel station dealers will be directed to install such boards as a ready reckoner for consumers, said senior divisional manager Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) Chandigarh , Sachin Sharma. He said that he had recently attended a training program in ...
    • Missing youth found hanging
      CHANDIGARH : Mystery shrouds the death of a 22-year-old youth whose body was found hanging from a tree in Parha village under Assandh sub-division of Karnal district on Saturday morning. Police said the victim, identified as Krishan, had most likely ...
    • Project Panchhi launched
      Chandigarh : The Union minister for women and child development Maneka Gandhi on Saturday launched 'Panchhi,' a campaign to fulfil the shelter, water and feed requirements of birds like sparrow due to non-available habitats in Faridabad. A project of ...
    • After Capt, Khattar updates PM on SYL issue
      CHANDIGARH : Haryana chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Saturday updated Prime Minister Narendra Modi about the state's claims and decisions given by various courts in its favour over the issue of distribution of waters through the SYL canal.
  • 22nd April, 2017 Times of India
    • He transplants trees to save them from the axe
      CHANDIGARH : Disheartened to see trees being chopped to make way for roads and concrete structures, Rahul Mahajan, a businessman, came up with an idea to save them from the axe. He also decided to help those trees which were left to die following ...
    • Health dept on toes after first encephalitis death
      CHANDIGARH : The recent death of a Zirakpur resident due to Japanese Encephalitis (JE) is the first death case from Punjab. According to doctors, JE results in morbidity, but death is not common. The man, a labourer originally from Bihar, was living in ...
    • Illegal sand mining makes sinkholes out of farmland
      The progress made by Chandigarh in promotion of solar power has been featured in the book "New Beginning", which was released by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Civil Services Day 2017 in Delhi. The book has a chapter titled `Brightening ...
    • School takes leap with green rooftop
      CHANDIGARH : The newly-developed rooftop farm in Carmel Convent school is not only first initiative of its kind in Chandigarh , but it is also a great place to learn various reuse strategies and propagate DIY (Do it Yourself) ventures. The school has put ...
    • Hotelier thrashed on eatery lawn
      PANCHKULA: A group of men led by a resident of Chandigarh's Sector 49 thrashed a city hotelier and his friend on the lawns of a restaurant in Sector 5 here on Wednesday. The injured hotelier, Sandeep Kumar, and his friend were rushed to a private ...
    • Punjab prunes VIP security, including CM's
      CHANDIGARH : Punjab government on Friday decided to scale down VIP security in the state by 2,000 personnel for providing better policing and ensuring law and order. The withdrawal includes the security of chief minister Amarinder Singh, which has been ...
    • Youth killed in Jind market, people go by
      CHANDIGARH : A 20-year-old youth, said to be a petty criminal, was kicked around and shot dead in the middle of a road in a busy Jind market by two pistol-wielding attackers on a motorcycle on Thursday night. However, none of the bystanders tried to ...
    • SYL: Day after Punjab's no to Centre, Khattar to meet PM
      CHANDIGARH : A day after Punjab told the Centre that it had no water to share with its neighbours, Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar is set to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday in New Delhi to discuss Satluj-Yamuna Link (SYL) canal issue.
    • After Sajjan row, CM seek Swaraj's help on blacklisted Sikhs
      CHANDIGARH : Punjab chief minister Capt Amarinder Singh on Friday requested Union minister of external affairs Sushma Swaraj to expedite the removal of names of several Sikh youths blacklisted for the alleged involevment in anti-India activities.
    • Litigants bear the brunt of stir
      CHANDIGARH : With the advocates protesting against the Law Commission's proposals in the Advocate Act, it were the litigants who bore the maximum brunt as the lawyers observed no work in courts. The litigants had no option, but to return home in the ...