- 10th November, 2018 The Hindu
- 15th October, 2018 The Hindu
- 12th October, 2018 The Hindu
- 'No helmets for Sikh women in Chandigarh'
According to the representations, wearing any kind of cap or hat goes against the tenets of Sikhism. Chandigarh , a Union Territory, is under the administrative control of the Union Home Ministry. The Chandigarh administration had penalised Sikh women ...
- 1st October, 2018 The Hindu
- 26th September, 2018 The Hindu
- 24th September, 2018 The Hindu
- 17th September, 2018 The Hindu
The Chandigarh Administration should be sensitive towards the disabled, said Union Territory Administrator V P Singh Badnore on Thursday, and directed all departments to make Chandigarh the first disabled-friendly city in the country. Badnore was ...
- 10th September, 2018 The Hindu
In a first for student politics in Chandigarh -based Panjab University, Kanupriya was on Thursday declared elected as the first woman President of the PU Campus Students Council (PUCSC). Kanupriya, 22, is a second-year Master's in Science student in the ...
- 3rd September, 2018 The Hindu
- 27th August, 2018 The Hindu
Indian Army rower Bhagwan Singh's journey to reach the lightweight double sculls finals at the Asian Games is fascinating. In 2012, the 19-year-old Singh, son of a truck driver, was pursuing BA journalism (2nd year) in Chandigarh . Who knows he might ...
- 20th August, 2018 The Hindu
- 14th August, 2018 The Hindu
HERITAGE: The Capitol Complex , designed by Franco-Swiss architect Le Corbusier, spread over 100 acres on which the Palace of Assembly, Secretariat, High Court, Open Hand Monument, Geometric Hill and Tower of Shadows stand, is Chandigarh's pride ...
According to the Swachh Survekshan 2018, an extensive sanitation survey, Chandigarh is the third cleanest city in the country ? the first two being Indore and Bhopal. Sign up to receive our newsletter in your inbox every day! GO. Please enter a valid ...
- 13th August, 2018 The Hindu
The army will soon open an Artificial Limb Centre (ALC) in Chandigarh , said a senior Army official on Monday. According to statistics, around 200 soldiers become disabled from injuries they suffer in the line of duty every year. Currently, there is one ...
- 30th July, 2018 The Hindu