- 18th April, 2019
- Heritage tag boosts tourists, but UT has to tread a careful path for upkeep, conservation - Times of India
Chandigarh: In July this year, the Capitol Complex will mark three years of getting Unesco’s coveted World Heritage tag.
- After 2 - month delay, Capitol restoration to take - off - Times of India
Chandigarh: After failing twice to get more than one successful bidder for the restoration of Capitol Complex, a UNESCO’s heritage site, the Chandigar.
- Cleaning up to bring out Sector 17?s original look - Times of India
Chandigarh: In sync with the plan to rejuvenate Chandigarh's Sector 17 – envisaged as the heart of the city by Chandigarh’s creator Le Corbusier -- a .
- Chandigarh: Monks set for Himalayan walk to spread message of preserving nature - Times of India
For the last three years, a large group of five-to-six hundred monks from Thailand have been walking through treacherous paths of the Himalayas starti
- Last date for PUTHAT exam test forms extended - Times of India
CHANDIGARH: The last date for submission of forms for Panjab University Tourism and Hospitality Aptitude Test (PUTHAT)-2019 has been extended up to Ap.
- Will include public feedback: Pawan Bansal - Times of India
Lok Sabha Elections 2019 News: CHANDIGARH: Congress Lok Sabha elections candidate Pawan Kumar Bansal on Tuesday started his programme,"Apna Chandigarh Phir Se No.
- Two held for demanding Rs 35 lakh ransom from MP Aujla - Hindustan Times
The accused were threatening the MP by dropping the name of a city gangster; police laid a trap and nabbed the accused while they were accepting Rs 10 lakh from the MP’s personal assistant.
- Children honoured at awards event - Times of India
During the awards function organised by the UT police at Police Lines in Sector 26 recently, the children of the police staff were given scholarships.
- Punjab government goofs up, prints Buddha?s image in Mahavir Jayanti ad - Hindustan Times
The advertisement, which appeared in all leading English and vernacular dailies in the state, infuriated members of the Jain community who accused the state government of hurting their religious sentiments.
- 17th April, 2019