MC to spend `25 lakh on installation of tubewell


Chandigarh MC spend 25 lakh installation tubewell. Items Accorded Approval: -Rs 16.52 lakhs to be spent on supply and fixing of open air gym of fitness equipment’s in green belt Sector 44, Chandigarh. -Annual rate contract to be explored for fixing of open air gyms in remaining green belts.-Approval granted to CITCO for operating canteen

Chandigarh:Court rejects 10 year old rape survivor’s plea of abortion

For all the Latest news download Daily Post app:- For Android For IOS A district court in Chandigarh turned down a 10-year-old rape survivor’s plea to undergo an abortion despite doctors’ warning against a full-term pregnancy. The plea to abort was rejected after it was confirmed that the minor was 26 weeks pregnant. According to

CBI arrests top bureaucrat in Chandigarh for accepting bribe CBI arrests top bureaucrat in Chandigarh for accepting bribe

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app:- Click For Android Click For IOS The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Tuesday arrested Indian Forest Service ( IFS) officer Birendra Chaudhary, who is also the member secretary Chandigarh pollution control committee, for demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs one lakh.The CBI acted on a complaint that

Driver shot himself at Chandigarh Driver shot himself at Chandigarh

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app:- Click For Android Click For IOS A person committed suicide by shot himself in Chandigarh. The deceased was identified as Kalyaan. He was a 40 years old local driver in Chandigarh. Police and forensic team rushed to the spot. Incident occurred at 10 am on

Sukhna lake hearing held in Punjab & Haryana High Court Sukhna lake hearing held in Punjab & Haryana High Court

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app:- Click For Android Click For IOS Hearing held in Punjab and Haryana High Court about sukhna lake water decreasing matter. Administration deposited affidavit regarding committee meeting. Court asked Haryana Govt. to give measures to stop drain water from Saketri.Court Orders to Union Territory administration to

Pastor murder case: Christian Mahasabha protests in Chandigarh

Chandigarh:-Even after two days of the murder of Pastor Sultan Masih in Ludhiana, police could not arrest the culprists. The Chandigarh Christian Mahasbha led by Chandigarh’s Pastor Sandeep Paul led from Chandigarh Tribune Chowk to 32 Chowk. Pastor Sandeep Paul said that some mischievous elements are engaged in dissolving the peace of the Punjab. Christian

Rana Gurjeet dismisses Khaira’s charges as his wild delusions

Rana Gurjeet dismisses Khaira’s charges as his wild delusions. Irrigation and Power Minister Rana Gurjeet Singh today dismissed the Aam Aadmi Party MLA Sukhpal Khaira’s charges that he was trying to influence the Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL) to withdraw an appeal in the Supreme Court of India against a decision of the Appellate

Panjab University to establish BioNEST, BIRAC sanctions 3.5 crore

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app For Android click here For IOS click here Chandigarh July 14, 2017 BIRAC sanctions Rs. 3.5 Crore to PU to establish a “BioNEST” Biotechnology Industry Research Assistance Council (BIRAC) sanctioned Rs. 3.5 crore to PU for establishing a Bio-incubators Nurturing Entrepreneurship for Scaling Technologies (BioNEST)

Travelling from Bathinda to Chandigarh will be expensive
Travelling from Bathinda to Chandigarh will be expensive

For all the Latest news download Daily Post app:- Click For Android Click for IOS The journey of  people from Bathinda to Chandigarh will finish early after completion of Chandigarh Four Lane project.But it will be quite expensive for them. Yes, if you will Travel from Bathinda to Chandigarh then you will have to pay

Monsoon enters remaining parts of Punjab, region

Monsoon enters remaining parts Punjab Chandigarh region. The maximum temperature also dropped sharply after showers lashed the region on wednesday. Light to medium rain descended onto Chandigarh and the surrounding region. Delayed by a week than its expected arrival, the southwest monsoon on Wednesday further advanced into parts of Punjab and the rest of the region,

Irrigation engineers begin dharna against Vigilance Bureau
Irrigation engineers begin dharna against Vigilance Bureau

The Joint Action Committee of all Irrigation Department associations commenced a 72-hour dharna here today in support of their colleagues, booked by the Vigilance Bureau (VB) in connection with the misappropriation of funds sanctioned for desalting of the Harike headworks.The committee demands that the cases be withdrawn immediately and that government should give the committee

Shimla Minors rape murder police case registered accused
Shimla : Minor’s rape and murder

Shimla Minors rape murder police case registered accused. A 14-year-old girl raped and murdered in Kotkhai even after three days of recovering the victim’s body, family and villagers are demanding that the culprits be handed over to them when nabbed, before law takes its own course. the police remain clueless about the accused.The father of

My Fight Not With Kovind Ji, But With Ideology: Meira Kumar

On Sunday, Opposition Presidential Nominee Meira Kumar Reached Chandigarh. She Was In City Beautiful to Seek Support From The Leaders.She Met With Punjab-Haryana Congress MPs and MLAs And Asked Them To Support Her In Presidential Elections. Senior Leader Salman Khursheed Was Also Present There.Meira Kumar Said That She Wrote to members of collegium requesting For

Govt undecided whether to make power or compost from the waste

Eight cities have been chosen for centralized garbage processing facility which includes Bathinda, Ferozepur, Ludhiana, Jalandhar, Amritsar, Patiala, Mohali and Pathankot. GMADA has finalized 10 acre land in Tangoli but in Pathankot government is facing problems in the land acquisition process as certain precautions has to be taken because of IAF strategic airbase. According to

Sessions judge decides 1,338 cases worth `10.46 crore in Ferozepur

Following the Honourable Supreme Court’s order, Justice S S Sran, Executive Chairman, Punjab Legal Services Authority and according to the directions of the Punjab and Haryana High Court of Chandigarh, the National Lok Adalat was held in the courts of District Ferozepur under the tutelage of S K Aggarwal, District and Sessions Judge, Firozpur, with

Chandigarh International Airport to run its own runway
Chandigarh International Airport to run its own runway

After the international flights starts from the International Airport, the airport authority has also started preparing for a new runway. Talking to the state government about the land being used by the authority for the runway. According to sources, construction work of runway will also be started as soon as the land is acquired.It is

Punjab Government will Banned to playing songs in buses
Punjab Government will Banned to playing songs in buses.

The Punjab government has decided to banned to playing songs in the buses.The government also decided to banned the sirens on vehicles. The government would be taken Strict action against those who did not follow the order.According to the government decision,only the instrumental music or the movies will be played in the buses. At the

Three cops booked for fraud of Rs 5.25-lakh

Three constables of the UT police have been booked in a cheating case for allegedly taking Rs 5.25 lakh from a Burail youth for recruitment in the police service. Constables Amit Jaglan, a native of Jind, and Sandeep and Krishan Dhaiya, both posted in the IRB, have been booked under Sections 420 (cheating) and 120-B

Pinjore Gardens to kick off “Mango Mela” tomorrow

Pinjore Gardens kick off “Mango Mela” tomorrow. Previous year the tourism department of Haryana offered free entry to senior citizens at ‘Mango Mela’ and continuing the same spree this year, the department is starting the 26th ‘Mango Mela’ from July 8 at Pinjore Gardens, but the twist in the tale is that, no lunch is

High court dismisses plea against Sonu Nigam over ‘azaan’
High court dismisses plea against Sonu Nigam over ‘azaan’

The Punjab and Haryana high court on Thursday dismissed a petition seeking directions to launch criminal proceedings against singer Sonu Nigam over his ‘azaan’ tweet. A division bench headed by Justice Mahesh Grover has dismissed an appeal filed by Sonipat resident Aas Mohammad against a previous judgement on the issue. Mohammad had argued that the singer’s tweets had violated the Muslim community’s