- 3rd January, 2018 Hindustan Times
- 2nd January, 2018 Hindustan Times
- 1st January, 2018 Hindustan Times
- Foggy start to New Year, 10 flights affected
The New Delhi-Kalka Shatabdi Express, which is scheduled to arrive at 11:05 am at the Chandigarh railway station, was late by over four hours. The other trains, which were running behind schedule included Kalka Mail, which was late by 15 hours, Kalka ...
- 18 happy things you can expect in New Year
18 happy things you can expect in New Year. From new international flights and faster Shatabdi to round-the-clock water supply and lower school fees, this year promises to be a harbinger of good news. HT brings you a list of happy happenings. punjab ...
- 31st December, 2017 Hindustan Times
- Thieves flee with Chandigarh traffic cop's uniform
Amid the spurt in crime in the city comes the case of theft at a UT traffic cop's house. Besides stealing cash and jewellery, the thieves also took away his uniform and service belt after the break in earlier this week. Harbhajan Singh is working as a ...
- Non - functional CCTV cameras put Chandigarh's safety at stake
? Chandigarh Police have failed to get CCTV cameras repaired,? said RK Garg, the city-based RTI activist who had sought the information. ?All the cops do is inform the vendor, but no effort is made to fix the responsibility.? Garg said the cameras ...
- By the way: When Tibet comes to Chandigarh, and freedom follows
We are at a bonfire event in Chandigarh , where he is the centrepiece, not only for being a poet, but for being the most romantic of the heroes of our times ? a Tibetan freedom fighter. Except that he does not fight. He lives. ?As does Tibet,? he tells ...
- 30th December, 2017 Hindustan Times
- New Year cheer: Chandigarh can now party till 1am
Last year, the Chandigarh administration had allowed relaxation for New Year's Eve parties till 2am. ?According to the deputy commissioner (DC)'s orders, all commercial establishments, including roadside eateries and hawkers have to shut operations at ...
- 29th December, 2017 Hindustan Times
- 28th December, 2017 Hindustan Times
- Dummy admissions: CBSE downgrades Chandigarh's SD School
SD Senior Secondary School, Sector 24, has been downgraded to secondary level ? up to Class 10.(HT Photo). Nine months after the UT education department recommended to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) to withdraw the affiliation of two ...