- 4th January, 2020 Daily Pioneer
- Chandigarh gets Sector 13 after 53 years
The city will soon have &ldquo;Sector 13&rdquo;, a sector which never existed since its formation on November 1, 1966. For, Manimajra has been renamed as &ldquo;Sector 13&rdquo; in the city.
Punjab Governor and UT Administrator VP Singh Badnore on Friday approved the proposal of renaming of eight areas, which are
- 3rd January, 2020 Daily Pioneer
- 31st December, 2019 Daily Pioneer
- Chandigarh Police to get strict on hooliganism
The Union Territory Police on Monday said those drinking liquor at public places, creating noise pollution through exhaust of vehicles and indulging in hooliganism on New Year eve will be dealt with strictly.&nbsp;&nbsp;
In a statement on Monday, the Chandigarh Police said it will conduct a
- 30th December, 2019 Daily Pioneer
- Chandigarh wakes up to season's coldest morning
Chandigarhians on Sunday wake up to the season&rsquo;s coldest morning with dense fog, forcing most of the people to stay in the comfort of their homes only on a holiday.
Temperatures across Punjab and Haryana were close to the freezing point at several places, with the weather officials predicting
- 28th December, 2019 Daily Pioneer
- Chandigarh Branch office of NIA inaugurated
The Branch Office of National Investigation Agency (NIA) at Chandigarh located near Model Jail, Sector-51, Chandigarh was inaugurated on Friday by Y. C. Modi, Director General, NIA in the presence of DGPs of Punjab and Haryana.
The event was attended by senior police officers of Punjab, Haryana,
- 22nd December, 2019 Daily Pioneer
- Chandigarh gets Centre, Pb & Hry backing for flyover project
Amid apprehensions over the implementation of the contentious Tribune Flyover project, the Chandigarh Administration on Friday got the backing of Union Ministry of Road, Transport and Highways and Governments of Punjab and Haryana for the project.
The meeting of senior officers of UT
- 21st December, 2019 Daily Pioneer
- Chandigarh Carnival begins
The city&rsquo;s annual festival&mdash;Chandigarh Carnival&mdash;begin on Friday with the carnival parade.
The parade having tableaus prepared by the different departments of the Chandigarh Administration especially Government College of Arts, Chandigarh, was the centre of attention on the inaugural
- 20th December, 2019 Daily Pioneer
- Hry college students shot dead in Chandigarh
Two college students from Haryana were shot dead by unidentified assailants at their rented accommodation in Sector 15 area here, police said on Thursday.
The victims, both in their early twenties, have been identified as Ajay, a student of a private university, and Vineet, who was attending a
- 18th December, 2019 Daily Pioneer
- Snatching becomes a non - bailable offence in Chandigarh
Snatching would be a non-bailable offence in Chandigarh with a higher quantum of maximum punishment of ten years of rigorous imprisonment now.
The Union Ministry of Home Affairs has issued a gazette notification dated December 16, under Section 87 of the Punjab Reorganisation Act, 1966, extending
- 17th December, 2019 Daily Pioneer
- In Brief
GUV unveils (rtd)commander Avikshit's book
Chandigarh: Punjab Governor and UT Administrator VP Singh Badnore on Monday unveiled a book titled &lsquo;Leadership Behaviour and Employee Morale&rsquo; authored by Commander (Dr) Avikshit (retired) in presence of PEC director Prof Dheeraj Sanghi, among others
- 14th December, 2019 Daily Pioneer
- 13th December, 2019 Daily Pioneer
- In Brief
Capacity of Palwal Sugar Mill to be increased
Chandigarh: Haryana Cooperation Minister Banwari Lal said, the capacity of Cooperative Sugar Mill, Palwal will be increased in two phases. Its capacity has already been increased from 1600 to 1900 TCD and in the next phase, it will be increased from
- In Brief
Minister to preside over grievances meet
Chandigarh: Haryana Cooperation, Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes Welfare Minister Banwari Lal will preside over the monthly meeting of the District Public Relations and Grievances Committee at Palwal on December 20. A spokesman said, the monthly
- Chandigarh has highest prevalence of over nutrition, anemia in women
Among the union territories in the country, Chandigarh has the highest prevalence of overnutrition in women. At the same time, the city has high prevalence of anaemia among women.
&ldquo;The prevalence of anaemia is higher among children and women in the union territory of Chandigarh,&rdquo; stated the
- 10th December, 2019 Daily Pioneer
- No Tableau from Chandigarh in R - day parade at Rajpath
Chandigarh&rsquo;s tableau will be missing from the Republic Day parade at Rajpath in New Delhi for the fourth consecutive year. For, the Chandigarh Administration has failed to make it to the final selection round.
The Administration had this time proposed themes including Gardens of Chandigarh,