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  • 16th September, 2018 Times of India
    • Soon, Chandigarh to get three solar - powered water fountains
      The Union government in 2008 had selected Chandigarh to be developed as a model solar city with a target of generating 69MW solar energy by 2022 through net and gross metering. Chandigarh Renewal Energy, Science and Technology Promotion Society ...
    • 400 years of printmaking in Indian art, to be exhibited
      ... of the country, covering 400 years of printmaking in Indian art . A selection of artworks created with the medium of print making will be on display at the Gallery of Punjab Lalit Kala Akademi, headed by Diwan Manna, at Punjab Kala Bhawan, Chandigarh .
  • 15th September, 2018 Times of India
    • Workshop on traffic safety
      Later Rajinder, a head constable showed real time videos of road accidents that took place in Chandigarh . To make event interactive and lively, HC Bhupinder Singh sang a few Punjabi songs on traffic awareness to sensitize the students. After the ...
    • Chandigarh cops' clean - up act
      While the Swachhata Abhiyaan (cleanliness drive) had everyone taking on the task to clean the surroundings, Chandigarh too registered its presence in this connection. The police department of UT on Saturday showed its different side as officials ...
    • Chandigarh cops' clean - up act
      While the Swachhata Abhiyaan (cleanliness drive) had everyone taking on the task to clean the surroundings, Chandigarh too registered its presence in this connection. The police department of UT on Saturday showed its different side as officials ...
    • High court allows SAD to hold Faridkot rally on Sunday
      CHANDIGARH : The Punjab and Haryana high court on Saturday allowed Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) to hold public rally at Faridkot on Sunday. Directions have also been made for adequate police arrangements during the rally. The HC has also issued notice ...
    • Cycle thefts: Now, PGI doctors demand exclusive parking
      CHANDIGARH : Concerned over several cycle thefts in the recent past, the Association of Resident Doctors (ARD) would meet the PGI director on Saturday to demand an exclusive parking for them on the campus. Recommended By Colombia. ?There is no ...
    • Two years after 'assault', cops book four men
      CHANDIGARH : Two years after a Sector 45 resident was allegedly assaulted at his shop over trade rivalry, Sector 34 police booked four persons for criminal trespass and criminal intimidation after getting directions from a local court. The cops had ...
    • PSHRC issues warrants against health corporation managing director
      CHANDIGARH : Taking serious note of non-compliance of orders, Punjab State Human Rights Commission (PSHRC) has issued bailable warrants against managing director of Punjab Health Systems Corporation. Recommended By Colombia.
    • As thieves strike at library, members seek security
      CHANDIGARH : Recent thefts at TS Central State Library in Sector 17 have left its members worried. In the past few months, several cycles, mobile phones, bags and purses of readers had been stolen from the library complex. One incident was even captured ...
    • Man seeks Rs 20 lakh for rape frame - up
      CHANDIGARH : A man falsely implicated in the 2016 gangrape of a 22-year-old woman in Sector 29 has moved the Punjab and Haryana high court, seeking Rs 20 lakh as compensation from the Chandigarh Police. Justice Rakesh Kumar Jain issued notices ...
    • Panjab University: Three women in five - member students' executive council
      (From left) Anand Kumar, Vaibhav Mahajan, Vrinda, Vinny Kaur and Ramanpreet were elected to executive council. CHANDIGARH : Three women were elected to the 5-member executive council of the Panjab University Campus Student Council on Friday.
    • Chandigarh: Architects, students get talking on modern heritage
      CHANDIGARH : Deepika Gandhi, director, Le Corbusier Centre, organised a discussion titled 'Can something modern be heritage' on Friday. The talk was attended by architects and students from all over the Tricity. The talk was presented by Deepika Gandhi.
    • Deadly cobra venom provides an extended high to addicts: Study
      CHANDIGARH : Some people don't panic when they see an angry cobra, with its hood spread out, staring at them from close quarters. They see the snake as the provider of a substitute for heroin or some other narcotic they are addicted to. Scientists at ...
    • After heavy rains, Sukhna water level rises close to danger mark
      CHANDIGARH : With the city receiving its heaviest monsoon in eight years, water level in the Sukhna lake has reached 1,161 feet. On Friday, water level in the lake was recorded at 1,161 feet, just two feet below the danger mark of 1,163 feet. A senior ...