- 14th August, 2019
- 13th August, 2019
- Ozone day celebrated for awareness of students - Times of India
Ozone Day, September 16, is celebrated since 1994 to spread awareness regarding the depletion of the ozone layer.
- Drunk driving: Chandigarh court slaps fine of Rs 10,000 each on 40 accused - Times of India
CHANDIGARH: To teach traffic violators a strict lesson, the Chandigarh district court has imposed fine of Rs 10,000 each on around 40 traffic violator.
- Mahavir Phogat, Babita Phogat join BJP - Times of India
In a setback for Dushyant Chautala-led Jannayak Janta Party (JJP), Haryana wrestler and Dronacharya awardee Mahavir Phogat and his daughter Babita Pho
- Environmental fortnight concludes - Times of India
The concluding ceremony of the Environmental Fortnight started by the Shivanand Chaubey Memorial Charitable Trust was completed in association with Mo.
- Cafe Delhi Heights makes its way to Chandigarh - United News of India
Uniindia: Chandigarh, Aug 13(UNI) Expanding its wings, Cafe Delhi Heights(CDH), a Delhi-based high spirited multi cuisines food & cafe chain, on Monday opened its outlet in Chandigarh, here at palatial Elante Mall.
- Chandigarh Housing Board nod must before need - based changes | Chandigarh News - Times of India
A failure to secure permission from Chandigarh Housing Board (CHB) before carrying out constructions in flats as per need-based changes will be termed
- Take Padma Shri, arrest the Badals: H S Phoolka - Times of India
Senior advocate H S Phoolka on Monday said he was willing to return Padma Shri award if that would make the Congress government act against the Badals
- Chandigarh: With 15 - day deadline, work on road under Kharar flyover begins - The Indian Express
The DC directed the National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) and L&T- the company which is constructing the flyover to make the road under the Kharar flyover motorable within 15 days.
- Chandigarh: Man arrested for killing friend he suspected was having an affair with his sister - The Indian Express
The cops claimed that Sandeep was enraged when his sister went missing from home a few days ago. His suspicions were confirmed when he came to the city to look for her.
- Bomb threat at Chandigarh mall proves to be hoax - The Weekend Leader
Bomb threat at Chandigarh mall proves to be hoax