A hat-trick each by Manisha and Shalu helped Government Model High School-18 to crush Hockey Club42 11-1 in the final and clinch the Chandigarh state junior hockey championship for women at the Sector 18 hockey stadium, on Thursday.
Finally, after many twists and turns, it has arrived! In a relief to lakhs of pre-2006 retirees of the armed forces and central government, their pension has been revised with effect from January 1, 2006, rather than from September 24, 2012.
In a bid to make allotment of hostel rooms transparent, the Panjab University (PU) authorities would now upload the waiting list online.
Installment of CCTV cameras and GPS on board school buses as made mandatory by the UT Administration, has been giving a tough time to most schools located in the city.
Chandigarh residents can now pay their water and electricity bills online.
More than 300 people, including 20 Congressmen, attended a langar (community meal) at the Capitol Hill area here, a media report said on Thursday.
The three states of Haryana, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh and the union territory (UT) of Chandigarh have collectively achieved 95% Aadhaar registration.
The city will get another spell of rain over the weekend, the Chandigarh Meteorological Centre has predicted in its forecasting bulletin.
Charging VAT on discounted item costs city based shop and manufacturer of shoes dear as the consumer forum directed them to pay Rs 10,000 as compensation for deficient services to sector 70 SAS Nagar resident.
Apparently taking a cue from Bollywood actor Salman Khan’s latest blockbuster Bajrangi Bhaijaan, the SAS Nagar police on Thursday went beyond the call of duty to reunite a four-year-old lost girl with her family even as there was no clue where she was from.
Punjab Police on Friday deployed additional forces across all districts bordering Pakistan, in a move that is aimed at beefing up the security while reducing the reaction time to tackle any emergency in wake of the Gurdaspur terror strike.
Former Punjab director general of police (DGP) KPS Gill on Thursday said the Punjab Police had done the right thing in leading the combat operation against terrorists at Dinanagar in Gurdaspur on Monday.
A Punjab and Haryana high court (HC) bench on Thursday admitted the appeals filed by the Haryana government and Buti Ram, father of deceased Jyoti, against the acquittal of Himachal Pradesh Congress member of legislative assembly (MLA) Ram Kumar Chaudhary and 11 others in connection with the girls' murder case.
The hearing on a petition challenging the land acquisition for a road leading to a resort owned by the Badals in SAS Nagar has been adjourned to August 19.
Recognising the gallantry of the slain superintendent of police (SP) Baljit Singh in the Dinanagar terror attack, the Punjab government on Thursday announced a compensation of Rs 25 lakh to the family, besides the offer of the post of deputy superintendent of police (DSP) to his son.