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Wildbuzz: An uncommon smartness

Understanding why herons are very smart birds that adapt beautifully to the environment changing around them
An Indian Pond heron hunting for grubs at the 9th hole fairway of the Panchkula Golf Club.(PHOTO: VIKRAM JIT SINGH)
An Indian Pond heron hunting for grubs at the 9th hole fairway of the Panchkula Golf Club.(PHOTO: VIKRAM JIT SINGH)
Published on Nov 21, 2020 11:09 PM IST
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Hindustan Times, Chandigarh | By Vikram Jit Singh

Now, an extra green topping for Chandigarh Golf Club course

Hole 12 at the course gets three-tier greens, players likely to find putting more challenging
Ready for a round: SPS Matharoo, CGC captain (centre), Amrit Inder Singh, course manager and professional golfer (right) and Surjit Singh, assistant course manager, at the newly re-laid greens at hole 12 of the 18-hold Chandigarh Golf Course.(Ravi Kumar/HT PHOTO)
Ready for a round: SPS Matharoo, CGC captain (centre), Amrit Inder Singh, course manager and professional golfer (right) and Surjit Singh, assistant course manager, at the newly re-laid greens at hole 12 of the 18-hold Chandigarh Golf Course.(Ravi Kumar/HT PHOTO)
Published on Sep 07, 2020 10:29 PM IST
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Hindustan Times, Chandigarh | By Saurabh Duggal, Chandigarh

WILDBUZZ: On a dark night, those blood-red eyes

The good news for the tricity’s vibrant community of bird watchers, owl lovers and Nature enthusiasts is that a second family of Mottled Wood owls has been discovered with two growing ‘bacchas’ at the Peermuchalla forests, Zirakpur
At Peermuchalla forests, the Mottled Wood owl father and (on right) the father with the juvenile owl perched below him.(PHOTOS: GURJEET VIRK)
At Peermuchalla forests, the Mottled Wood owl father and (on right) the father with the juvenile owl perched below him.(PHOTOS: GURJEET VIRK)
Published on Jun 06, 2020 05:17 PM IST
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By Vikram Jit Singh

Unsung Heroes: Braving virus, Surjit & co maintain the greens at Chandigarh Golf Club on daily basis

Five of the course maintenance staff is staying inside the premises of the golf course, and as usual their day starts at 5am.
Assistant course manager Surjit Singh along with his team maintaining the course of the Chandigarh Golf Club on Saturday.
Assistant course manager Surjit Singh along with his team maintaining the course of the Chandigarh Golf Club on Saturday.
Updated on Apr 12, 2020 01:00 AM IST
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Hindustan Times, Chandigarh | By Saurabh Duggal

Car found parked in seating area of Sukhna Lake’s restaurant in Chandigarh, impounded

The car bearing a Punjab number is registered in the name of one Nimrat Bagga at the Mohali regional transport office
HT PHOTO(The car was left in the seating area of Mermaid Restaurant)
HT PHOTO(The car was left in the seating area of Mermaid Restaurant)
Published on Feb 09, 2020 01:11 AM IST
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By HT Correspondent, Chandigarh

‘Living a dream’, Jeev Milkha Singh set to tee off in own event

As ubiquitous as it is to see an Indian among top golfers in the world now competing with the best, when Jeev turned pro, it was a rarity. Into his third decade as a top flight golfer, Jeev Milkha Singh will play host as well as compete in the event named after him — a first for Indian golf.
Jeev milkha Singh turned Pro in 1993.(HT Photo)
Jeev milkha Singh turned Pro in 1993.(HT Photo)
Updated on Oct 30, 2018 08:18 PM IST
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Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By Ashutosh Sharma

Wildbuzz: From shooting birds to birdies

Rewinding to the pioneering path he took from the CGC of the 1970s to donning the mantle of India’s most successful golfer (13 international titles), Jeev’s generation was classic outdoors.
Jeev Milkha Singh receives a prize in an atheletics championship.(Milkha Singh family archives)
Jeev Milkha Singh receives a prize in an atheletics championship.(Milkha Singh family archives)
Updated on Oct 21, 2018 09:20 AM IST
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Hindustan Times | By Vikram Jit Singh

Wildbuzz: The poet’s Shahbaaz

How would the chick of a very rare species of the region, the Mottled wood owl, rescued from the Chandigarh Golf Club by international golfer, Sujjan Singh, recently lead us to the heart of these connections?
Late Kanwar MS Bedi with a goshawk and (right) his brother, late Justice Tikka Jagjit S Bedi, at a sangeet ceremony in Chandigarh, 1972.(CHADHA FINE ART STUDIO)
Late Kanwar MS Bedi with a goshawk and (right) his brother, late Justice Tikka Jagjit S Bedi, at a sangeet ceremony in Chandigarh, 1972.(CHADHA FINE ART STUDIO)
Updated on Aug 26, 2018 09:09 AM IST
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Hindustan Times | By Vikram Jit Singh

Guest column: Futility of annual elections at the Chandigarh Golf Club

The victory was a bygone conclusion in the absence of any credible opposition and of course the chronic popularity of Gilly.
The newly elected committee at the golf club should encourage junior golf tournaments, with the vision to produce more Shubhankar Sharmas.(HT File)
The newly elected committee at the golf club should encourage junior golf tournaments, with the vision to produce more Shubhankar Sharmas.(HT File)
Updated on May 05, 2018 11:05 PM IST
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Hindustan Times | By Col Avnish Sharma ( Retd)
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