- 1st November, 2014
- We have right to develop areas along China border: Rijiju - Chandigarh Tribune
NEW DELHI: Brushing aside China's reservations to its plans to develop infrastructure along the border, the government today said it has every right to undertake such projects in Indian territory and no one can stop it. "We will do certain infrastructural activities ...
- Chandigarh court issues notice to Aamir Khan - Economic Times
Chandigarh court issues notice to Aamir Khan
- Chandigarh court issues notice to actor Aamir Khan - Daily News & Analysis
A court here has issued notice to Bollywood actor Aamir Khan seeking his response by December 19 on a petition alleging that he promoted homosexuality on his popular TV show 'Satyamev Jayate'. Admitting the petition by advocate Mandeep Kaur, the ...
- Chandigarh's no - flight scene forced Ayushmann Khurrana to take a train to Delhi - Mid - Day
For the last few days, flight operations at Chandigarh's domestic airport have been cancelled with thick layer of smog enveloping the runway. This situation has led to chaos and passengers are rescheduling their flights. But, the singer-actor decided ...
- Cops baffled over rookies' bank job at Gohana - Chandigarh Tribune
One of the baffling aspects of the Gohana bank heist for the police is that none of the accused had a serious police record, and that the suspects, in the age group of 28-32, went about tunneling their way to the PNB lockers in a professional manner ...
- Modi skips Indira's event, praises Patel - Chandigarh Tribune
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today chose to remind the country of the anti-Sikh riots following the assassination of former PM Indira Gandhi on this day in 1984. He also dedicated the National Unity Day to mark the birth anniversary of Sardar Patel.
- Wanted in Bhopal gas tragedy case, Warren Anderson dies - Chandigarh Tribune
Former Union Carbide chief Warren Anderson, wanted in India in connection with the 1984 Bhopal gas tragedy which claimed over 3,000 lives in one of the world's most lethal industrial accidents, has died in the US state of Florida at the age of 92 ...
- Chandigarh Literature Festival: Have we been told the truth? - Hindustan Times
So, the Chandigarh Literature Festival opened with a discussion to mark 30 years of 'Operation Bluestar' by panellists who witnessed the massacre that ensued. The panellists included Rahul Singh, former editor of the Indian Express at Chandigarh ...
- 31st October, 2014