Chandigarh News - Chandigarh Business Information Directory

Chandigarh News - Chandigarh Business Information Directory

  • 21st November, 2017 The Tribune
    • Chandigarh's dark spots an open invite to crime
      In a random survey by Chandigarh Tribune late this evening, it was found that on many road stretches in the city, the street lights were either dim, non-functional or were turning on and off. The roads separating Sector 7/8, Sector 15/Panjab University ...
  • 15th November, 2017 The Tribune
    • Chandigarh man's car set afire by miscreants in Mumbai
      A Chandigarh man visiting friends in suburban Mumbai on Monday night found his car set on fire by miscreants while the family slept in the flat upstairs. Rohit Mehra, 32, and his wife were visiting friends at the Shiv Om Towers located in Chandivali's ...
    • CCTV video captures miscreants setting Chandigarh man's car afire
      A Chandigarh man visiting friends in suburban Mumbai on Monday night found his car set on fire by miscreants while the family slept in the flat upstairs. Rohit Mehra, 32, and his wife were visiting friends at the Shiv Om Towers located in Chandivali's ...
  • 10th November, 2017 The Tribune
    • Chandigarh shows no improvement
      Chandigarh has shown no improvement in the state-wise ranking on assessment of implementation of the 'Business Reforms Action Plan' (BRAP) in 2017 and remained at the 28th position as the last date of submitting the evidence of implementation of these ...
  • 6th November, 2017 The Tribune
  • 4th November, 2017 The Tribune
    • UT moots 5 - time increase in Chandigarh Club lease rent
      The UT Administration has proposed a five-time increase in the lease money of the Chandigarh Club. The club is presently paying around Rs 1.78 lakh per month as lease rent. The Administration has now proposed to increase it to Rs 9 lakh a month.
    • Every 8th male, 7th female at risk of cancer in city: Survey
      UT Heath Secretary Anurag Aggarwal expressed surprise over the high cancer rate in Chandigarh . ?The city is known for its medical tourism and patients from Punjab, Haryana, UP, HP, J&K and Bihar come here for treatment. Did the survey team compile the ...
    • Express buses for Chandigarh, Delhi
      The Punjab Roadways has started new express buses for passengers going to Delhi and Chandigarh from today. Punjab Roadways, Amritsar, general manager Inderjit Singh Chawla said earlier, as the buses went to the Jalandhar bus stand, it increased the ...
    • Amritsar beat Chandigarh, clinch title
      Chandigarh had a disastrous beginning to the chase, losing four wickets for just 22 runs. Sukhman Singh then put his head down and stretched the total past 100-run mark with a patient 197-ball inning. He was dismissed three runs short of a well ...
  • 30th October, 2017 The Tribune
    • Vintage beauties grace Chandigarh roads
      A vintage car rally was a precursor to the five-day Chandigarh Establishment Day celebrations to be held in the city from November 1. TRIBUNE PHOTO: RAVI KUMAR. Tribune News Service. Chandigarh , October 29. A vintage car rally was organised at ...
  • 25th October, 2017 The Tribune
    • Chandigarh beat KCCC by 3 runs
      Chandigarh defeated Kathmandu Cricket Coaching Centre (KCCC) by three runs in the ongoing 2nd Deen Bandhu Sir Chhotu Ram U-20 League Cricket Championship here on Tuesday. Batting first, Chandigarh rode on half centuries from Lokesh (74) and ...
  • 24th October, 2017 The Tribune
    • UT, Chandigarh Club to hold joint survey
      UT officials and the Chandigarh Club will carry out a joint survey of the land under the occupation of the management of the club before finalising the lease deed. The decision to carry out the fresh inspection has been taken during the maiden meeting ...
  • 23rd October, 2017 The Tribune
    • Residents turn up for Chandigarh Fun Parade
      The city today witnessed ' Chandigarh Fun Parade', a fun family carnival walk, with the Mascot ? ?MOGO?, which was also launched as a part of the Chandigarh Establishment Day celebrations to be held from November 1 to 5. The walk was flagged off by Ajoy ...
  • 22nd October, 2017 The Tribune
  • 21st October, 2017 The Tribune
    • Quieter Diwali in Chandigarh; noise levels dip this year
      ?The levels of sulphur dioxide, oxides of nitrogen were within the permissible limits, and Respirable Suspended Particulate Matter (RSPM) levels drastically reduced in all the three zones as compared to previous Diwali,? the Chandigarh Pollution ...