- 27th February, 2022 The Tribune
- Regularisation of Services: Central Administrative Tribunal dismisses 7 Forest Department employees' plea
In one of the significant judgments, the Chandigarh Bench of the Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT) has dismissed the pleas for regularisation of services of seven contractual employees of the Department of Forest and Wildlife, Chandigarh, after finding that their appointments were not made as pe
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- No spectators allowed at Mohali stadium: Officials
Ahead of the India-Sri Lanka test match scheduled to start from March 4 at IS Bindra PCA Stadium, Mohali, some Indian players attended a practice session here today. Former Captain Virat Kohli, who will be playing his 100th test match here, also reached Chandigarh today. However, he will join the pr
- British native held for fraud in Mohali
Mohali: The police on Saturday arrested a British national, Avtarjeet Singh Dhanjal, in a fraud case related to the sale of a house in Phase 3B1 here, from the New Delhi international airport. The police said a lookout circular was already issued against the suspect. A case against him and others wa
- 10 tricity families spend sleepless nights
With each passing second, the tick of the clock&rsquo;s hand pricked Rozi Sood&rsquo;s heart as she takes out her mobile phone and check on her 24-year-old daughter, who is stuck in Kharkiv amid frightened sounds of bomb shelling, lack of food and awaiting evacuation.
- Tricity students stranded in Ukraine keep kin posted
&ldquo;Today is high alert, more firing and bombing will take place. Please don&rsquo;t leave bunkers at all, stay inside,&rdquo; alerted Srishti from Chandigarh on the social media, who has been staying in Kharkiv, Ukraine, for the past four years pursuing a medical course.
- Now, 8 services of Chandigarh Housing Board at click of mouse
Chandigarh Housing Board (CHB) has started eight services online. Yashpal Garg, Chief Executive Officer, CHB, said the allottee or any person could now apply for the services online.
- Chandigarh to digitise land records, maps soon
To increase accessibility and save time and efforts in physical location of documents, the UT Urban Planning Department is going to digitise its land records and maps.
- Our house in Daska
I HAD just turned 16 on August 3, 1947, when talk of Partition had begun in hush-hush tones. Until that August, life in Daska city of Sialkot district was perfect. I was born and brought up there. We lived a comfortable life in a two-storey house that my grandfather had built. My father, Mistri Lach
- Rajya Sabha Seat: Chandigarh MC to take a call tomorrow
The UT may have its own Rajya Sabha seat. The MC House will submit its opinion about the proposed Bill to the Administration at its meeting scheduled for Monday.
- Son to contest from Kharar, says Jagmohan Kang
Son to contest from Kharar, says Jagmohan Kang
- 26th February, 2022 The Tribune
- Covaxin shortage hits vaccination drive in schools
The Covid-19 vaccination programme in Punjab&rsquo;s schools has hit a roadblock at several places due the vaccine shortage. Vaccination camps in several districts have been cancelled over the past two days due to the shortage.
As bombs rain down and streets empty in Ukraine&#39;s western city of Lviv, there&rsquo;s one place that still remains open.
- 400 students participate in National Science Week
Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya is celebrating Vigyan Sarvatra Pujyate &mdash; a National Science Week, on the topic &lsquo;Science Communication, Popularisation and its Extension&rsquo;. The theme for the fifth day was &ldquo;Science and Technology Film, Theatre and Literature Festival&rdquo;.
- Congress, SAD, AAP object to Centre ending Punjab, Haryana?s permanent membership in BBMB
The Congress, Shiromani Akali Dal and Aam Aadmi Party have raised strong objection to the Centre reportedly ending Punjab and Haryana&rsquo;s permanent membership in the Bhakra-Beas Management Board.