- 28th September, 2020 Times of India
- Farm fires: Punjab appoints 8,000 nodal officers to keep vigil
The Punjab government has appointed 8,000 nodal officers in its paddy-growing villages to check stubble burning during the ongoing Kharif procurement
- Himachal reports 11 Covid deaths, 195 new cases
Shimla: Himachal Pradesh on Sunday reported 11 Covid deaths and 195 positive cases, while 629 patients also recovered during the day.
- Punjab registers 50 Covid deaths, 1,458 new positive cases
Chandigarh: Punjab recorded a total number of 50 Covid-19 deaths and 1,458 new Covid positive cases on Sunday.
- SAD tries to get back in farmers? good books
After cutting off ties with BJP over agri bills, SAD has coined new slogans on farmers and Punjabiyat, besides publishing a pamphlet
- Paddy procurement kicks off in Punjab, Haryana
Procurement of paddy crop started in the states of Punjab and Haryana on Sunday, instead of October 1, following a directive from the central governme.
- 1,515 fresh Covid - 19 cases take Haryana tally to 1.23 lakh
Chandigarh: Fewer Covid-19 cases were reported in Haryana as compared to the past few days with the state registering 1,515 fresh cases.
- Akali Dal returns to meetings in gurdwaras
Phagwara/Hoshiarpur: The political battle for Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) president Sukhbir Singh Badal has entered a new and tougher phase after severi.
- ?BJP leadership wanted to get rid of Akalis?
Chandigarh: A day after SAD decided to break up the alliance with its BJP, PPCC president Sunil Jakhar said on Sunday that the BJP leadership wanted t.
- Sukhbir should immediately resign as SAD chief: Bajwa
Chandigarh: Punjab rural development and panchayat minister Tript Rajinder Singh Bajwa has asked Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) president Sukhbir Singh Bad.
- World Tourism Day celebrations amid coronavirus
World Tourism Day celebrations in Chandigarh remained a low-key affair due to the coronavirus pandemic.
- 27th September, 2020 Times of India
- Monday Review: TOI's weekly roundup for print news from Chandigarh, Mohali, and Panchkula
Monday Review: TOI's weekly roundup for print news from Chandigarh, Mohali, and Panchkula.In the 21st edition of Monday Review, see how the Covid-19 tally went past 10,000 in Chandigarh and which new parts of the city were isolated. Containment orders for Sector 63 were reversed in a TOI impact. Schools reopened but the attendance remained low. Dons go offline, as social media companies closed their accounts on police request. Tragedy struck in Derabassi when an upcoming building collapsed. Slapgate in the MC office triggered a two-day protest. Lake eatery shut and boats tied, Citco keeps losing money. PUTA polls were also postponed. Watch the video and find out why.
- Chandigarh: Covid - 19 daily growth dips from 5.1% to 2.4% in month
The daily growth of Covid-19 cases has reduced from 5.1% to 2.4% in a month, taking the city from first to fifth position in the country even as it is
- 317 new cases in Himachal Pradesh, 7 succumb
Himachal Pradesh on Saturday recorded seven Covid deaths and 317 new cases were detected, while 182 patients were also declared cured.
- Ambala police seize illicit liquor from godown in marriage palace
Police have busted another illicit liquor godown in a marriage palace at Barnala village of Ambala district under the limits of Panjokhra police stati
- Hisar power plant turbine breaks down, one unit closed
Hisar: After a unit turbine at Rajiv Gandhi Thermal Power Plant at Khedar village in Hisar broke down 4-5 days ago, it has resulted in shut down of on.