Chandigarh News - Chandigarh Business Information Directory

Chandigarh News - Chandigarh Business Information Directory

  • 18th May, 2014
    • 1300 cops to keep vigil on counting day - Hindustan Times
      Elaborate arrangements have been put in place by Chandigarh police for counting of votes for the Lok Sabha elections on May 16. As many as 1,300 cops have been deployed to maintain law and order across the city. The counting for Chandigarh  ...
    • Chandigarh turns into a khaki citadel - Times of India
      CHANDIGARH : The UT will be elaborately secured for counting on Friday. A total of 3,000 cops, including women officials, will be deployed here. Votes will be counted at Chandigarh College of Engineering and Technology (CCET) in Sector 26 from 8am ...
    • Land grab in Chandigarh's perihery : High court appoints amicus curiae - Times of India
      CHANDIGARH : In a case related to illegal possession of land by politicians, bureaucrats, senior cops and other bigwigs in the periphery of Chandigarh , the Punjab and Haryana high court, on Thursday, appointed senior advocate ML Sarin amicus curie ...
    • Let's clean up Kashi: Modi - Chandigarh Tribune
      As the sun set over the Ganga on the picturesque Dashwamedh ghat, BJP's rising star and relaxed prime minister designate Narendra Modi sat under a floral canopy tapping his fingers at the beat of the evening bhajan and Ganga aarti in a true Benarsi style.
    • After drubbing, Nitish quits - Chandigarh Tribune
      The BJP's impressive victory has changed political dynamics in many states, including Bihar, the state managed by its friend-turned-foe Nitish Kumar of the JD-U. A day after the ruling JD-U suffered an embarrassing rout in the General Election, Nitish ...
    • PM resigns, says his tenure an open book - Chandigarh Tribune
      After spending 10 years at the helm, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today submitted his resignation to President Pranab Mukherjee. He recommended dissolution of the 15th Lok Sabha and submitted the resignation of the Council of Ministers to Mukherjee.
  • 17th May, 2014
    • Kirron Kher Wins From Chandigarh - Outlook
      BJP today won the Chandigarh Lok Sabha seat after a gap of 16 years as the saffron party's candidate Kirron Kher defeated Congress's four-time MP and former Railway Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal by a strong margin of 69,642 votes. 61-year-old Kher, ...
    • BJP's Kirron Kher wins from Chandigarh - Business Standard
      BJP candidate Kirron Kher today won from Chandigarh Lok Sabha seat, defeating her nearest rival and Congress candidate Pawan Kumar Bansal by a margin of 69,642 votes. The 61-year-old actress, who jumped into electoral fray for the first time, polled 1 ...
    • How Modi won the day for the BJP - Chandigarh Tribune
      Carefully scripted by his crack team, the 'Modi vs Rest' is a story that could have easily backfired. Many, including senior BJP leaders, believed the ?presidential form of campaign? would never work for a diverse country such as India. Results prove ...
    • Kirron Kher beats Pawan Bansal, Gul Panag in Chandigarh by 60000 votes - India Today
      BJP candidate from Chandigarh , Kirron Kher has won the Lok Sabha seat, defeating her closest rival Congress' Pawan Kumar Bansal by a margin of more than 60,000 votes. Praising her party workers for putting in all their efforts, Kher didn't miss the ...
    • Kirron Kher wins from Chandigarh Lok Sabha seat - Hindustan Times
      BJP won the Chandigarh Lok Sabha seat after a gap of 16 years as the saffron party's candidate Kirron Kher defeated Congress's four-time MP and former railway minister Pawan Kumar Bansal by a strong margin of 69,642 votes. 61-year-old Kher, who made ...
    • BJP's Kirron Kher defeats PK Bansal in Chandigarh - IBNLive
      The big fight in Chandigarh is between former railway minister and Congress leader Pawan Kumar Bansal, who is the sitting MP from the city beautiful, and three women challengers - Kirron Kher of the BJP, Gulkirat Kaur Panag (Gul Panag) of the Aam Aadmi ...
    • BJP's Kirron Kher wins from Chandigarh - Hindustan Times
      BJP candidate Kirron Kher on Friday won from Chandigarh Lok Sabha seat, defeating her nearest rival and Congress candidate Pawan Kumar Bansal by a margin of 69,642 votes. Advertisement. The 61-year-old actress, who jumped into electoral fray for the ...
  • 16th May, 2014