"Chandigarh is my home and i want want to work for it. We need to clean our political system," said actress-social activist Gul Panag on Thursday.
For leaving a Zirakpur resident stranded at the airport, district consumer disputes redressal forum, Chandigarh, has directed a Sector- 34 travel agent, Monsoon Travels, to pay ` 15,000 as compensation for deficient services.The complainant Dr Ashok Kumar Agarwal had booked a Bangalore to Chandigarh flight on October 27, 2012.
250 students went on (PUCSC)-organised trip to Goa even as arrangements made only for 150; girls among those stranded at Goa station.Panjab University goofed up in making arrangements for students on an annual trip to Maharashtra and Goa, students have alleged.
Actor and social activist Gul Panag is scheduled to be announced as Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) candidate for the Chandigarh Lok Sabha seat on Thursday.
A profusely bleeding five-year-old girl, allegedly raped, was found abandoned on the roadside in Mauli Jagran on Wednesday night at about 9:30 pm.
Hoping to clamp down on accidents involving pedestrians, the Chandigarh administration will soon reintroduce PELICAN crossings on city roads. A PELICAN (Pedestrian Light Controlled Crossing) is a system installed at zebra lines on a traffic signal that allows people on foot to negotiate traffic by stopping it.
The Chandigarh-based All India Ex-servicemen Welfare Association (AIEWA) has complained to Chief Justice of India P.Sathasivam against Chandigarh Bench of Armed Forces Tribunal (AFT) ignoring Supreme Court judgments on various pension issues.
For causing harassment to Sector-9 resident by delaying refund of cancelled order, the district consumer disputes redressal forum, Chandigarh, directed an online selling portal to pay Rs.
2000 towards deficient services.
The first phase of the historic Hola Mohalla festival started at Kiratpur Sahib on Wednesday. The first phase will continue till March 14 after which Anandpur Sahib will be the centre of main celebrations from March 15 to 17.
Following the directions of the Supreme Court, the Chandigarh administration has restricted the use of red beacon on official vehicles to five senior officials.
Bollywood actress and social activist Gul Panag has been tipped to be named the Aam Aadmi Party’s (AAP) candidate from Chandigarh in the parliamentary elections
When the entire world is celebrating World Kidney Day on Thursday, doctors worry more as the number of kidney patients is increasing in the region.
With the Lok Sabha elections less than a month away, the Chandigarh Police have tightened its noose over the sale of liquor in illegal manner. In just about a week, the police have registered around 40 cases of illegal sale of liquor under the Excise Act. Till March 6, around 50 cases under the Excise Act have been registered.
A minor girl found dead under mysterious circumstances in Industrial Area, Phase 2, Panchkula, on Tuesday. The girl’s body was found hanging but doctors said postmortem revealed that she did not die of hanging and cause of death was asphyxia.
There was widespread opposition to the paidparking system in SAS Nagar, introduced in the city from Tuesday, forcing the MC to put it on hold, till further discussions take place and after differences are ironed out.