- 1st February, 2014
- International horti expo at Chandigarh from Feb 20 - 22 - Hindu Business Line
The sixth International Horti Expo 2014, along with 9th International Flora Expo 2014, 8th Landscape and Gardening Expo 2014, and 3rd India Potato Expo 2014, will be held at Chandigarh from February 20-22. According to S. Jafar Naqvi, chief coordinator ...
- Fog hits normal life in Punjab & Haryana - PTI News
Chandigarh, Feb 1 (PTI) A thick blanket of fog in most parts of Punjab and Haryana today again disrupted normal life adversely affecting air, rail and road traffic.
- Fog grounds flights, delays trains - Indian Express
All the 14 flights operating from Chandigarh were cancelled on Friday due to low visibility caused by dense fog. No flights from any destinations between Delhi and Mumbai could land or take off. Among the cancelled flights were JetKonnect (India) 2652 ...
- Amar Ujala launches Chandigarh hyperlocal site - exchange4media.com
Amar Ujala has launched its third hyperlocal website, Chandigarh .amarujala.com. The Hindi daily has been expanding its footprints in digital and focussing on hyperlocal news. The first of the hyperlocals to be launched was in Lucknow, followed by ...
- Shocker: Chandigarh gangrape victim shunted - out of house by landlord - Daily Bhaskar
Bhaskar News | Feb 01, 2014, 09:04AM IST. Chandigarh : In yet another example of our society turning insensitive to the cause of rape victims, the landlord of the infamous Chandigarh -gangrape-case victim, forcibly evicted the girl from his house on Friday.
- Kashmiri girl students develop Android app - New Kerala News
Chandigarh, Jan 31 : A group of four Kashmiri girls, studying engineering in a Punjab college, claim to have developed an Android application (app) that will help their institution become a paper-free campus.
- SC orders stay on Bhullar's execution - Chandigarh Tribune
The Supreme Court today stayed the execution of Devender Pal Singh Bhullar on a petition filed by his wife Navneet Kaur seeking commutation of the death penalty awarded to him in the 1993 bomb attack case. A four-member bench headed by Chief Justice ...
- Govt lowers FY13 GDP growth to 4.5% from 5% - Chandigarh Tribune
There are more negative surprises for the struggling economy as the GDP estimate for 2012-13 has been revised downwards to 4.5% from 5% estimated earlier. The government today said the economy may have expanded by 4.5% in 2012-13, on account of ...
- Delhi fracas: Arunachal MLA's son dies - Chandigarh Tribune
The son of an Arunachal Pradesh MLA died here after he was allegedly beaten up by some shopkeepers following an altercation sparked by taunts on his hair colour. Social activists and twitter remarks see the incident as yet another case of North-East ...
- Kashmiri girls' Android app transforms Chandigarh college into paper - free campus - Authint Mail
CHANDIGARH ? A group of four Kashmiri girls, studying engineering in a Punjab college, claim to have developed an Android application (app) that will help their institution become a paper-free campus. The girls, pursuing an engineering degree course ...
- 31st January, 2014
- Brand Ginger launches hotel in Chandigarh - New Kerala News
Kolkata / Chandigarh, Jan 31 : Ginger Hotels, from Roots Corporation - a subsidiary of The Indian Hotels Company Limited (IHCL), on Friday announced the launch of its first hotel at Chandigarh in Punjab.
- Ginger Hotels brings its first hotel to Chandigarh - Business Standard
Ginger Hotels, from Roots Corporation - a subsidiary of The Indian Hotels Company Limited (IHCL), today announced the launch of its first hotel in Punjab at Chandigarh
- REGIONAL BRIEFS - Chandigarh Tribune
The award was received by BBMB chairman AB Agrawal in Chandigarh on Wednesday. Dr Bhaskar Chaterjee, Director General and CEO, Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs, Union Ministry of Corporate Affairs, was the chief guest on the occasion. Two forest ...
- 'Don't hit the panic button' - Chandigarh Tribune
Eyeing a consolation win in the fifth and final One-dayer, Indian all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja said his teammates need to avoid panicking to curb the ?little errors? that have cost them the series against New Zealand. ?It is just that we panic a bit and ...
- Fog engulfs Punjab, Chandigarh, affects train, air travel - Hindustan Times
Owing to poor visibility, all the five flights scheduled for take-off from Chandigarh airport were cancelled. An official said visibility was less than 100 metres. The minimum visibility for flights to operate is 1.2 km. Meanwhile, the inclement ...