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Chandigarh News - Chandigarh Business Information Directory

  • 12th December, 2017 The Tribune
  • 10th December, 2017 The Tribune
    • Direct flight to Chandigarh from Bangkok starts Dec 11 onwards
      A direct flight between Chandigarh and Bangkok will be introduced from December 11, which will take only 4.30 hours to reach the destination. Stating this, Thailand Tourism Authority director Isra Stanapaseth said the direct flight would provide easy ...
  • 6th December, 2017 The Tribune
    • Ankur School, Chandigarh
      Aanchal International School, Sector 41-D, Chandigarh , celebrated its annual day function ?Expressions-17? amidst great zest. The programme commenced with the lighting of the ceremonial lamp. Kindergarten students performed on the poems. Students of ...
  • 27th November, 2017 The Tribune
    • No Kullu - Chandigarh flight during winter
      During the inaugural flight to Chandigarh on October 5, Minister of State for Civil Aviation Jayant Sinha had stated that Kullu- Chandigarh sector would be included in the second version of UDAN scheme and the fares would be reduced further. Dinesh said ...
    • Chandigarh Carnival pulls crowd on Day 2
      Maninder Singh, Chairman, Chandigarh Housing Board, was the chief guest while Satyajeet Rajan, Director General, Union Ministry of Tourism, was the special guest. Floats based on varied themes are decorated with colourful papers in the shape of cartoon ...
  • 26th November, 2017 The Tribune
  • 25th November, 2017 The Tribune
    • Chandigarh, Amritsar colder than Queen of Hills Shimla
      Chandigarh and the holy city of Amritsar in Punjab were on Saturday colder than the 'Queen of Hills' - Shimla. Likewise, many places in the plains of north India like Ludhiana, Patiala and Hisar were colder than hilly tourist destinations Shimla and ...
    • Chandigarh, Amritsar colder than Shimla
      Chandigarh and the Sikh holy city of Amritsar in Punjab were on Saturday colder than the 'Queen of Hills' - Shimla. Likewise, many places in the plains of north India like Ludhiana, Patiala and Hisar were colder than hilly tourist destinations Shimla ...
    • Chandigarh carnival off to a colourful start
      The Tribune is the media partner of the event which was inaugurated by MP Kirron Kher. The theme of the extravaganza this year is 'Indradhanush- Colour your life like a rainbow'. The inaugural ceremony was in the presence of Anurag Agarwal, Home ...
  • 22nd November, 2017 The Tribune
    • Dhawan's move creates flutter in Chandigarh BJP
      As Harmohan Dhawan, former Union Minister and senior BJP leader, has started preparations to host two senior leaders of the BJP - Yashwant Sinha and Shatrughan Sinha - in Chandigarh in first week of December, the development has created flutter within ...
  • 21st November, 2017 The Tribune
    • Panel for five - time hike in Chandigarh Club lease rent
      A committee headed by UT Finance Secretary Ajoy Kumar Sinha has recommended a five-time increase in the lease money of the Chandigarh Club. The club is at present paying around 1.78 lakh per month as lease rent to the Administration. The committee ...
    • Chandigarh's dark spots an open invite to crime
      In a random survey by Chandigarh Tribune late this evening, it was found that on many road stretches in the city, the street lights were either dim, non-functional or were turning on and off. The roads separating Sector 7/8, Sector 15/Panjab University ...
  • 15th November, 2017 The Tribune
    • Chandigarh man's car set afire by miscreants in Mumbai
      A Chandigarh man visiting friends in suburban Mumbai on Monday night found his car set on fire by miscreants while the family slept in the flat upstairs. Rohit Mehra, 32, and his wife were visiting friends at the Shiv Om Towers located in Chandivali's ...
    • CCTV video captures miscreants setting Chandigarh man's car afire
      A Chandigarh man visiting friends in suburban Mumbai on Monday night found his car set on fire by miscreants while the family slept in the flat upstairs. Rohit Mehra, 32, and his wife were visiting friends at the Shiv Om Towers located in Chandivali's ...
  • 10th November, 2017 The Tribune
    • Chandigarh shows no improvement
      Chandigarh has shown no improvement in the state-wise ranking on assessment of implementation of the 'Business Reforms Action Plan' (BRAP) in 2017 and remained at the 28th position as the last date of submitting the evidence of implementation of these ...