- 6th June, 2018 Hindustan Times
- Chandigarh: 18 - month - old boy dies after fall from balcony
Deepak,an 18-month-old toddler and the only son of his parents, died after falling from the balcony of his second-floor home in Bapudham Colony, Sector 26, at 2pm on Monday. The boy was playing alone as his mother was busy in the kitchen and his father ...
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- 29th May, 2018 Hindustan Times
- CBSE Class - 10 results: Four share top position in tricity
Four students have secured 98.8% to be the toppers from Chandigarh , Mohali and Panchkula in Class-10 Central Board of School Examination (CBSE) results, announced on Tuesday afternoon. Abhinn from Delhi Public School, Chandigarh , and three ...
- Chandigarh: Soon, find out your own water bills through mobile app
City residents will soon be able to generate their own water bills. Chandigarh municipal corporation (MC) has begun the process to introduce a digital water bill system that will allow consumers to scan the reading of their water meters through a ...
- Get ready for automated driving tests in Chandigarh
Get ready for automated driving tests in Chandigarh . To begin in June, will help curb corruption while issuing driving licence, do away with touts. punjab Updated: May 28, 2018 14:34 IST. Hillary Victor Hindustan Times, Chandigarh . The RLA has been ...
- 28th May, 2018 Hindustan Times
- Budding Punjabi singer found shot dead near Chandigarh
The bullet-riddled body of a budding Punjabi singer, Navjot Singh (22), was found in Dera Bassi near Chandigarh late Sunday night. Navjot Singh, who had recently released two singles, was on his way to meet his parents in Behra village. His body was ...
- 27th May, 2018 Hindustan Times
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- Fly to Indore, Kolkata, Ahmedabad from Chandigarh soon
Passengers flying from Chandigarh will soon get connectivity to Indore, Kolkata and Ahmedabad. As many as four domestic flights are starting to these destinations after the Chandigarh International Airport reopens on June 1 after a 20-day closure for ...
- Made in Chandigarh: Retain Chandigarh's character, says Kapil Sibal
My father Hira Lal Sibal relocated from Shimla to Chandigarh in 1957 when I must have been nine years old. I studied in Government Model Senior Secondary School Sector 16 for a couple of years until a new school called St John's came up. I was in Class ...