- GST Council's 47th Meeting: Location Changed To Chandigarh From Srinagar Decided Earlier - News18
The GST Council on Sunday said the location of its 47th meeting, which will be held during June 28-29, has been changed to Chandigarh, from Srinagar decided earlier. The Council-appointed group on ministers (GoM), headed by Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai, has already conducted its meeting to discuss various, including changes to tax slabs and rates. The GoM will submit its report before the GST Council meeting
- Agnipath row: Harrowing time for commuters in Jalandhar - The Tribune India
Commuters travelling past the PAP Chowk in Jalandhar on Saturday were at the receiving end as various aspirants of the armed forces had blocked the highway for more than five hours in protest against the Centre’s Agnipath scheme.
- Cricketer Yuvraj Singh - Hazel Keech share first pictures of their baby boy, reveal kid?s name with special message on Fathers? day - The Tribune India
Former Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh, wife Hazel Keech on Sunday shared first photos of their son on Twitter and Instagram. Besides releasing picture with a warm Fathers’ Day message, the flamboyant cricketer also revealed his lad’s name, Orion Keech Singh.
- CM Bhagwant Mann opposes converting Panjab University into Central varsity - The Tribune India
Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann on Sunday sought the intervention of Union Home Minister Amit Shah and Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan to prevent any change in the nature and character of the Panjab University in Chandigarh.
- Agnipath Scheme: Army Job Aspirants Protest In Punjab, Block Chandigarh - Una NH - ABP Live
Agnipath Scheme: Army Job Aspirants Protest In Punjab, Block Chandigarh - Una NH
- Man arrested, wife booked for stealing gold jewellery - Times of India
UT police arrested a man and booked his wife for allegedly stealing gold jewellery from a shop in Sector 22 in the guise of customers. Police produce
- Chandigarh Hockey Academy: boy's team suffer loss - Times of India
The 3rd Air Force boys’ team rode on a hat-trick from striker Sukhdev (18th, 33rd & 35th minute) to thrash Chandigarh Hockey Academy-42 6-2 in their
- Sippy Sidhu murder: Chandigarh court extends police remand of Kalyani Singh for two more days - Times of India
The CBI on Sunday produced accused Kalyani Singh in the local court after the completion of four-day police remand and obtained two more days to inter
- Chandigarh: Municipal corporation to bring ?garbage mountain? down to ground level by year - end - Times of India
The municipal corporation (MC) aims at bringing the “mountain of garbage” at Industrial Area Phase 8/B down to ground level by the end of the year. A
- 834 cases in 3 states, 1 death in Punjab - Times of India
Haryana alone reported 712 or more than 85% of the region's 834 new cases of Covid-19 on on Saturday, while Punjab recorded 92 cases and Himachal Pra
- Watch Bhagwant Mann stops his SUV during Sangrur bypoll roadshow to listen to 'Agnipath' protester. Know what he said to Punjab CM - The Tribune India
The Aam Aadmi Party on Sunday tweeted a video showing Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann greeting people during a roadshow for Sangrur bypoll.
- Sippy Sidhu murder case: Chandigarh court extends CBI custody of Kalyani Singh by 2 days - The Tribune India
A local court on Sunday extended the CBI custody of Kalyani Singh, accused in the national-level shooter and advocate Sukhmanpreet Singh Sidhu, aka Sippy Sidhu, murder case, by two days.
- Apply for BSc Nursing and paramedical courses at PGIMER, Chandigarh - Onmanorama
Headquartered in Chandigarh, PGIMER has invited applications for a few graduate courses. Interested youth may apply for these courses that are.nursing college. Post-Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research. PGIMER. Chandigarh. para medical college
- Chandigarh: Sippy Sidhu murder, CBI identifies 4 more accused - Times of India
CBI identified four more accused, including the two shooters who shot dead national shooter and advocate Sukhmanpreet Singh Sidhu alias Sippy Sidhu i
- MoU for Mental Wellness - The Tribune India
Jalandhar: A memorandum of understanding was signed between Lyallpur Khalsa College (LKC) and Heartfulness Educational Trust (HET). The MoU was signed by Dr Gurpinder Singh Samra, Principal LKC and Prof Dr OP Katare, Practitioner and Trainer, HET. The MoU is aimed to promote mental well being learni