- 19th June, 2015 Outlook
- 'Chandigarh Designer Was No Fascist Pol Pot'
He designed Chandigarh's master plan and buildings in Ahmedabad, but is being recollected for connections with right wing groups, anti-Semitism, even fascism. The trigger was publication by Seuil in France of historian, teacher Francois Chaslin's work ...
- 31st May, 2015 Outlook
- Bad Weather Delays Rajnath's Departure to Delhi From Chandigarh
Inclement weather forced the Raipur-bound plane of Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh to be flown back to Jagdalpur in Bastar district this evening, which delayed his departure to Delhi by a couple of hours, a top official said. As the weather cleared ...
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- 24th August, 2014 Outlook
- Bus - Car Collision Kills Five in Chandigarh
Three persons including a college student, who were travelling in the car, were killed along with a couple from Himachal Pradesh in the accident that took place near a traffic signal in Chandigarh's Sector 45 here, Assistnat Superintendent of Police ...
- Chandigarh: Five Dead, 15 Injured in Bus-Car Collision
Five persons including a NRI couple were killed and 15 injured when a Delhi-bound luxury bus from Dharamsala collided with a car here today.
- 10th August, 2014 Outlook
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- HC Stays Transfer of IT Cases Against HP CM to Chandigarh
In a reprieve to Himachal Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh and his family, the Himachal Pradesh High Court today stayed the orders of Income Tax Commissioner, Shimla, to transfer the alleged income tax evasion cases to Chandigarh . A division bench ...
- 16th June, 2014 Outlook
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- 17th May, 2014 Outlook
- Kirron Kher Wins From Chandigarh
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, ...
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