- 21st May, 2019 The Indian Express
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- ?Chandigarh acknowledges presence of group of top - ranked Indian golfers, it is a good sign?
Chandigarh Golf Course is one of the toughest to manage in India. With members here needing the course almost throughout the year, it becomes difficult for officials before any national tournament.
- ?Chandigarh?s trees: Greatest art forms and living sculptures?
Chandigarh is not an aesthetically pleasing city only due to its tree-scape, but also due to its beautiful roads which are configured in a great manner.
- Chandigarh: NSS volunteers lend helping hand, win hearts of voters
Most polling stations with two booths had been given a small team of 10-12 students, who were stationed strategically to keep an eye out for any help that either the voters or the polling staff could need.
- Chandigarh weather to remain dry for next two days: MeT Dept
On Monday, the MeT officials said the weather will remain dry and the sky will remain clear.Â The maximum temperature has been predicted to remain around 38 degree Celsius.
- Chandigarh: Sweet boxes for first - time voters, mementos for elderly, disabled
As per Gurjeet Singh, Block Level Officer in Sector 47, around 75 sweet boxes were distributed to the first-time voters, and around 60 mementos were given to the senior citizens and disabled voters.Â
- Chandigarh celebrates democracy with turnout of 70 per cent
Even though the results will be declared on May 23, at Dadumajra, half an hour after polling ended, BJP workers were seen celebrating with slogans such as â23 May Congress gayiâ and âAbki bar 300 paar.â
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- Toofan Chandigarh mein hi nahi, poore Hindustan mein aane wala hai: Rahul Gandhi
Rahul, who was addressing a rally in favour of Congress candidate Pawan Bansal at Sector 38 ground, also challenged Modi to have an open debate with him. In just 15 minutes, the Congress president claimed, he would expose how corrupt the PM is.
- Chandigarh: Raided last year, de - addiction centre opens its gates again
The local police said that they were not aware of the activity.
- Chandigarh hospital gains in translation, thanks to professor from Karnataka
Dharenavar started holding classes for the doctors around three years ago, sometimes under a tree on the campus, often in the canteen. Today, the lessons have spilled over to WhatsApp, too, in a group called âPunjabi Ma Boliâ.