- 24th December, 2019 Business Standard
- 22nd December, 2019 Business Standard
- Passive euthanasia Chandigarh professor couple registers living will in court
Chandigarh, Dec 22 (ANI): A retired professor couple based in Chandigarh has moved an advance directive in the local court that will let them state their wishes for their future medical care in case of a terminal illness. Retired Professor DN Jauhar and his wife Retired Professor Adarsh Jauhar have moved an advance directive (living will) in local court. The advance directive has been moved in the Chandigarh District Court. While speaking to ANI, Professor DN Jauhar said, "Passive euthanasia has become legal now." "You have to execute a document known as advance directive. You can call this living will, although this word has not been used in the judgement. We are perhaps the first people to move an advance directive," he added.
- 3rd December, 2019 Business Standard
- Chandigarh, Punjab boxers dominate on day 2 of womens boxing Cships
Chandigarh, Punjab boxers dominate on day 2 of women's boxing C'ships on Business Standard. Boxers from Chandigarh and Punjab dominated the proceedings on the second day of 4th Elite Women's National Boxing Championships here on Tuesday.Chandigarh's Savita (54 kg) outboxed last year's bronze medallists KH Shamim Banu from Manipur in a 3-2
- 20th November, 2019 Business Standard
- 9th November, 2019 Business Standard
- Vohra leads Chandigarh to win over Maharashtra
Vohra leads Chandigarh to win over Maharashtra on Business Standard. Chandigarh skipper and IPL specialist Manan Vohra hit an unbeaten half century to lead his side to a comfortable seven-wicket win over Maharashtra in a Syed Mushtaq Ali encounter here on Saturday.Chasing 163 to win, Vohra, who opened the innings
- 27th October, 2019 Business Standard
- 18th October, 2019 Business Standard
- Women gather to perform 'puja' on 'Karwa Chauth' in Chandigarh
Chandigarh, Oct 17 (ANI): Married women in Chandigarh performed 'puja' and listened to the 'Katha' on the occasion of Karwa Chauth on October 17. The holy festival is celebrated by married women in which they fast from morning to moonrise for a day. Women keep fast for the health and long life of their husbands. The day starts early before dawn with prayers and a light meal is offered by the woman's mother-in-law in the form of 'Sargi'. Following this, women keep a day-long fast which they only break after worshiping the moon god.
- 10th October, 2019 Business Standard
- 7th October, 2019 Business Standard
- Puducherry on top after 8 - wkt win over Chandigarh, Assam rout Manipur by 180 runs
Puducherry on top after 8-wkt win over Chandigarh, Assam rout Manipur by 180 runs on Business Standard. Puducherry climbed to the top of the Plate Group table with a clinical eight-wicket win over Chandigarh, while Assam medium pacer Pritam Das claimed a hattrick in their 180-run rout of Manipur in the Vijay Hazare Trophy here on Monday.Veteran R
- 4th October, 2019 Business Standard
- Chandigarh beat Assam by 21 runs to register 3rd consecutive win
Chandigarh beat Assam by 21 runs to register 3rd consecutive win on Business Standard. Left-arm pacer Barinder Sran and Bipul Sharma claimed three wickets apiece as Chandigarh defeated Assam by 21 runs to register their third consecutive win in the Plate Group of the Vijay Hazare Trophy one-day cricket tournament here on Friday.By
- Chandigarh youth recycle used earthen lamps to collect money for education of needy children
Chandigarh, Oct 03 (ANI): A youth welfare association from Chandigarh has started a unique recycling project. In this project, they recycle used earthen lamps by collecting them a day after Diwali. They clean and paint these earthen lamps before selling them in markets. The association invests the earned money for education of needy children. While speaking to ANI, the founder of the association said, "We'll invest the money earned, in education of needy children."
- 2nd October, 2019 Business Standard
- 25th September, 2019 Business Standard
- World's tallest Ravana effigy will be burnt in Chandigarh on Dussehra
Chandigarh, Sep 25 (ANI): In the wake of Dussehra festival, a Ravana effigy, 221 feet tall will be erected in Chandigarh. The effigy is being built at the cost of Rs 30 Lakh. "Our effigy will be the tallest in the world. We have been making the record from the last five years. Last year, the figurine was 210 feet tall, this time it is 11 feet taller so we are hoping to make a record again," said one of the organisers. The organizer said that the effigy weights over 70 quintals. "Ravana's sword weighs three quintals, whereas the shoes are two quintals," he added.The effigy will be unveiled on October 2 at Dhanas ground."From October 3 to 7, various cultural programmes will take place at the venue here. On the evening of October 8, it will be set on fire," said the organizer. He added that the crackers used inside the Ravana effigy are pollution-free. "They will cause 80 per cent less pollution than normal crackers.
- 17th September, 2019 Business Standard
- 11th September, 2019 Business Standard
- ABB India and NITTTR set up Simulation Center of Excellence in Chandigarh
ABB India and NITTTR set up Simulation Center of Excellence in Chandigarh on Business Standard. ABB signed the MoU with National Institute of Technical TeachersTraining & Research (NITTTR), a flagship institute under the aegis of the Ministry of Human Resource Development and one of the initial four institutes, set up in the country to