- 16th October, 2019 Times of India
- 15th October, 2019 Times of India
- Mohali: Snake sneaks into car engine; spreads panic
In two separate incidents of snakes cropping out of nowhere had spread panic amongst the residents in Mohali in the past 24 hours. Snake catcher and f
- Play on parody of life, staged in school
The students of class XI in a Sector 40 Chandigarh school, presented their class show âÇťHasya VyangyaâÇŁ - A Parody of Life on the occasion of Annual Pri.
- Theatre festival of Chandigarh Sangeet Natak Akademi
The Chandigarh Sangeet Natak Akademi organized CSNA Theatre Festival-2019 from October 14 to 17 at Tagore Theatre.
- Chandigarh?s first automated vehicle inspection centre to be set up in Raipur Kalan
To ensure vehicles plying on city roads meet the standard requirements for safe driving and emission parameters, the UT administration is going to set
- Evidence - based treatment option for heroin
A heroin user? The label often provokes negative assumptions âÇö they must be lazy, criminals, good for nothing. But in reality, heroin dependence is no
- Sort or be sorted out, Municipal corporation strict from today
Sort or be sorted out, Municipal corporation strict from today
- Chief minister Amarinder Singh sends 3 ministers to meet Takht Jathedar
In a last-ditch effort to ensure joint celebrations of the 550th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev, chief minister Amarinder Singh has deputed three
- Chandigarh: City gets its first community fridge in Sector 27
Leader of opposition in the Municipal Corporation, Chandigarh, and councillor Devinder Singh Babla with the help of social worker Neelam Gupta brought
- Consider me a Panjab University student in finance ministry: Anurag Thakur
Consider me a Panjab University student in finance ministry: Anurag Thakur
- In HP, CBI questions 8, including 2 bank officials
Shimla: CBI on Monday questioned six employees of a private educational institute from Una and two bank officials in connection with Rs 265 crore scho.
- 2 separate events held on 4th anniv of Bargari deaths
Bargari (Faridkot): Two programmes were organised on Monday on the fourth anniversary of the killing of two Sikh protesters in police firing while the.
- Chandigarh: Justice Ravi Shanker Jha sworn in as high court judge
The Chief Justice of Punjab and Haryana high court, Justice Ravi Shanker Jha, on Monday administered the oath of office to Justice Pullgoru Venkata Sa