- 24th June, 2019
- Local Wrestlers bag laurels - The Tribune
Local Wrestlers bag laurels
- Olympic Day celebrated with zeal, achievers honoured - The Tribune
Olympic Day celebrated with zeal, achievers honoured
- Notorious gangster Bheja, aides held in Chandigarh - The Tribune India
Notorious gangster Bheja, aides held in Chandigarh
- Soon, mobile app to take complaints - Times of India
Residents who are torn due to the UT administration and MC divide, especially while raising complaints, are in for a relief.
- Amritsar?s first gay pride leaves city nonplussed, LGBTQ activists thrilled - Times of India
The holy city of Amritsar watched nonplussed as a group of nearly 75 lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) activists took to streets
- Sector 22 toy store burgled of Rs 30k, laptop - Times of India
Chandigarh: Unidentified miscreants broke into a toy store in Sector 22 and stole cash, laptop and cheques from the shop on the intervening night of J.
- ?Save water till Kajauli pipeline is operational? - Times of India
?Save water till Kajauli pipeline is operational?
- Jalandhar MP finds faults in PAP flyover design - Times of India
Jalandhar: Putting his weight behind the state government, Jalandhar MP Santokh Singh Chaudhary inspected the newly-built PAP flyover on Saturday and .
- Making history - Times of India
To understand how far India has come to have museums like Virasat-e-Khalsa, one only has to trace the journey of Didarganj Yakshi, a Mauryan period sc.
- 2,385 give Panjab University law exam for 480 seats - Times of India
2,385 give Panjab University law exam for 480 seats
- Power demand jumps by 10 per cent in Punjab - Times of India
Power demand jumps by 10 per cent in Punjab
- Chandigarh: As summer hits peak, sweetened water to the rescue - The Indian Express
Top News Centre may amend laws to allow NIA probe Indian interests abroad Jharkhand man dies days after he was assaulted for â€˜theftâ€™, made to chant Jai Shri Ram Haris Sohail stars as Pakistan snuff out South Africa's World Cup hopes By FARIHA FATIMA Advertising â€œWE SEND two-three water tankers of 4,000 litres each daily […]
- Chandigarh: Green belts reduced to mere parking lots in city - The Indian Express
One of the members of the market association, on the condition of anonymity, highlighted the problems of parking in the sector. It was also stated by the member that the people, who visited the park in Sector 8B littered the green area due to the large number of food joints here.
- 23rd June, 2019