- 23rd April, 2019
- Volume on book appraisals released - The Tribune
Volume on book appraisals released
- Youth shot at in Ambala over 'old enmity' - The Tribune
Youth shot at in Ambala over 'old enmity'
- BSP?s Taank ready for city poll battle - The Tribune
BSP?s Taank ready for city poll battle
- Confusion over stadia charges - The Tribune
Confusion over stadia charges
- In Punjab, dog breeding?s a mess - up, finds study - Times of India
CHANDIGARH: Despite dog breeding and sale being a commercial venture in Punjab, very few dog owners know about the right canine-rearing practices, say.
- Shishu Niketan, Chandigarh - The Tribune
Shishu Niketan, Chandigarh
- Three Chandigarh colleges in top 100 of NIRF, MCM DAV losing out in the race - Times of India
Education News: Three colleges of Chandigarh have bagged space in the top 100 colleges of the country this year under National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF)
- CBSE introduces six new subjects for Chandigarh schools - Hindustan Times
Almost 6 subjects and PISA based learning means, learning in schools designed in a way which enables students to appear in PISA which is an international test. The subjects include artificial intelligence, early childhood care education, yoga, two levels of mathematics for secondary classes, compulsory art education, sports, and outdoor activities.
- NIA court discharges Kashmiri student held for terror attack - Times of India
MOHALI: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) court in Mohali discharged a Kashmiri student arrested in connection with the Jalandhar terror attack.
- Orientation programme for School Principals and Teachers of UT Chandigarh - United News of India
Uniindia: Chandigarh, Apr 22 (UNI) An Orientation Programme for School Principals and Mathematics, Science and Language teachers of UT, Chandigarh was organized by CBSE in collaboration with Education Department, Chandigarh at Delhi Public School, Sector 40-C, Chandigarh.
- Better connectivity making Tricity a medical tourism destination, say doctors - Times of India
CHANDIGARH: The Tricity is becoming a favoured medical tourism destination for patients from countries like Afghanistan, Yeman, Iraq and Nigeria, acco.
- First aid training for students at health check - up camp - Times of India
After a thorough health examination of 55 students of a school in Kaimbwala through basic tests, a health check-up camp conducted recently imparted fi.
- ECI issues notification for Chandigarh LS polls - United News of India