- 21st January, 2018 The Tribune
- Neighbouring states eating into Chandigarh's pie
The free anti-rabies vaccine administered by the UT Health Department in various dispensaries across the city are attracting dog-bite victims from Punjab, Haryana and other neighbouring states. In 2017, a total of 12,092 dog-bite victims had visited ...
- 20th January, 2018 The Tribune
- Mansa boy locks mother over studies, traced to Chandigarh
The Mansa police today traced a missing child?a student of Class VIII? who reached Chandigarh last night on a two-wheeler. The child had locked his mother and grandmother in their house after having heated arguments over the issue of studying. Mansa ...
- Air services hit due to fog in Delhi
Flight operations at the Chandigarh international airport were disrupted today with one flight cancelled and nine flights delayed due to dense fog at the Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport in Delhi. Vistara's flight to Delhi (UK 879) had to be ...
- Panchkula to host second edition of TEDx - Chandigarh
Aimed at developing a community of like-minded, highly informed and motivated innovators, thought leaders, change makers, designers, entrepreneurs, technologists and socially-concerned individuals, TEDx- Chandigarh 2018 will bring together personalities ...
- 19th January, 2018 The Tribune
- Hockey Chandigarh blank Jharkhand
Hockey Chandigarh continued their winning run as they beat Hockey Jharkhand 6-0 in their second match of Hockey India Sub-Junior (Men) National Championship (A Division), in Saifai, Uttar Pradesh. The Chandigarh boys scored four goals in the first half ...
- Airfare between Delhi, Chandigarh shoots up
Airfare of Delhi and Chandigarh flights has shot through the roof, with certain flights costing over Rs 5,500 for a one-way ticket, following the announcement of curtailment of operations at the Chandigarh International Airport between January 18 and ...
- 14th January, 2018 The Tribune
- 13th January, 2018 The Tribune
- 52 - yr - old man hangs self
Chandigarh : Ten Inspectors, including five SHOs, were transferred by the UT police on Friday. Among those transferred are Inspector Ranjodh Singh, SHO, Sector 49 police station, and Inspector Ram Rattan, SHO, Maloya police station, whose names were ...
- 12th January, 2018 The Tribune
- 8th January, 2018 The Tribune
- Chandigarh schools to open as scheduled
Schools in Chandigarh will open as scheduled. District Education Officer Anujit Kaur said there would be no delay in opening of schools and as per schedule, the schools would resume working from Monday. Earlier, the UT Cadre Educational Employees Union ...
- 6th January, 2018 The Tribune
- Destination Chandigarh
When one thinks about Chandigarh , the first place that strikes the mind is Sukhna Lake, and most go there for a walk, jog or boating. But there's something even more natural and beautiful that demands to be explored around this water body. ?Not many ...
- 5th January, 2018 The Tribune
- Mayoral poll: A day after rebellion in BJP
Mayoral poll: A day after rebellion in BJP. Tribune News Service. Chandigarh , January 4. Unfazed by pressure from within the BJP and party affairs incharge Prabhat Jha claiming that rebel mayoral candidates will withdraw their nominations, the 14 ...
- 2nd January, 2018 The Tribune
- House tax: Civic body serves notices on 2K defaulters
For the first time, the Chandigarh Municipal Corporation has issued notices to over 2,000 residents of Sectors 16 and 22 for not paying the house tax amounting over Rs 3 crore over the years. Sources said the notices had been issued after they were ...
- 'Worst fog of season' blinds city, grounds 9 flights, delays 20 trains
10:18 AM Railway station: The city saw a blind start to the New Year. Dense fog engulfed the city, grounding nine flights and delaying another nine. Trains too chugged in late at the railway station. Tribune News Service. Mohali, January 1. Dense fog ...
- 28th December, 2017 The Tribune