UT administrator Shivraj Patil continues to cold shoulder the issues pertaining to city residents as he has not held a single public hearing session in last seven months.
District Congress Committee(DCC) Rupnagar spokesman Rajeshwar Lali on Monday said disciplinary action would be taken against congress leaders ,who had been opposing the district party president Harbhag Singh Saini and new appointments made in the district Congress if they failed to desist from their acts of ‘indiscipline’.
Hundreds of residents of Top Khana Bazar (RA Bazar) blocked the staff road in Cantonment on Monday to protest against army authorities for allegedly blocking several roads including the Mall road by putting barricades.
A day after he shot at his father at their house in Sector 36 over property dispute, the accused, Harpinder Singh (46), was remanded to judicial custody on Monday.
Haryana Lokhit Party (HLP) leader Vijay Bansal on Monday revealed that not a single new road had been constructed in Panchkula by the Public Works Department (PWD) in the last 5 years.
Solo act drama performances, especially in Punjabi theatre, are a rarity in the region for the simple reason that the performer needs to be very versatile in all myriad aesthetics of dramatic art.
A deficient monsoon this year has come as a blessing in disguise for the city residents the number of cases of vector-borne diseases has come down significantly as compared to the past few years.
Jayalalithaa government’s popular’Amma Unavagams’, a chain of low-cost food distribution canteens run by local bodies across Tamil Nadu, continue to attract attention as a model scheme with Chandigarh being the latest in evincing keen interest to replicate it.
Students for Society (SFS) organised a play at the Student Centre on Monday afternoon. The play was as part of their electioneering.
Every vote appears to count for student outfits as many of them seem to be attempting to woo foreign students studying on the campus since the beginning of this year.
University Institute of Engineering and technology (UIET) authorities were helpless on Monday as countless paper stickers and photo copies of Panjab University Student Union (PUSU) alliance thrown around by the alliance at rally on the institute’s campus. This was the first rally permitted by PU after the announcement of polls.
The district consumer disputes redressal forum, Chandigarh, has directed the Andhra Bank to pay Rs 1.5 lakh as compensation to its former employee for losing original property papers of a mortgaged property.
Two unidentified people snatched away Rs 15,000 from a vegetable vendor outside a bank in Sector 47 on Monday and fled away.
Grappling with the problem of long queues resulting in undue hassle to passengers, the railway authorities have decided to open 10 new modern reservation counters at the Chandigarh railway station soon.
There seems to be no end to the financial woes of the Chandigarh Industrial and Tourism Development Corporation (CITCO) as majority of its flagship units continue to incur losses. In the first four months of the current financial year, the corporation sustained a loss of Rs 76 lakh as against Rs 8 lakh during the corresponding period last year.