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Residents police official forgery

Residents accuse police official of forgery

BRIJENDER GAUR Chandigarh A resident of Sector 30, Chandigarh, has filed a petition in the Punjab and Haryana High Court accusing the officials of the Chandigarh Police for committing forgery on papers to take away his car involved in a finance dispute with the bank. However, the Bench adjourned the matter for February 13 to

Airplane on Kabul road sends residents into panic mode

Airplane on Kabul road sends residents into panic mode

Residents of Kabul city in Afghanistan panicked after seeing the haul of an airplane belonging to Kam Air on a main road. The plane was being shifted to a park so that it can be used as a restaurant, a source told the Khaama Press.The pictures and videos of the plane’s haul were widely shared on the social media platforms amid speculations that

City witnesses dip in temperature; relief from scorching heat to residents

  Ludhiana: A ray of hope with the rainfall was seen here on Wednesday which started during morning and continued till evening. The previous days were very hot due to the scorching heat and the weather was fevered due to the upcoming of summer season. Due to rising of pollution day by day, increase in

Residents of Himmat Singh Nagar struggle to get potable water

Ludhiana :As summers are already in, thus, numerous cases of water contamination are being reported in city which shows the lackadaisical attitude of Municipal Corporation. Residents of Himmat Singh Nagar are falling ill due to contaminated water available in their area. Due to over flow of sewerage and broken water pipe is causing major problem

Residents’ self-help move to check miscreants

Chandigarh: Fearing petty thefts and with a view to making the dwellings safer, the Residents Welfare Association (RWA), Sector 21, has installed six high definition close circuit television (HD CCTV) cameras on the six entry and exit points in the sector. The association has also made six control rooms on residents’ premises to keep vigil

Residents to pay more for water

Chandigarh:A water tariff hike is on the cards as the Municipal Corporation (MC) is all set to table the agenda in the forthcoming House meeting slated for January 24. This will be the first shocker for the residents after Asha Jaswal will chair her first House meeting as the Mayor. The day she got elected,

Ahead of polls, Punjab Cabinet showers largesse over residents

Chandigarh: Just on the close heels ofVidhan Sabha elections, Akali Dal-led state government on Monday showered largesse over different sections of the society by approving a wide range of demands including the enhancement of financial assistance to war veterans and also creating new openings by enhancing the sanctioned posts in different departments. A decision to

No relief for residents from long queues

Ludhiana: The harassment of the residents for withdrawal of their own cash continues on Tuesday also as no cash was available in banks and majority of the ATM machines in the city. However, cash was filled in ATM machines due to long queues the people have to spend around two hours in queues. As because

Mohali residents spend Sunday outside ATMs, banks

Mohali: On 5th day of demonetisation of currency, Mohali residents spent their Sunday outside bank branches and ATMs. People started making queues early morning outside ATMs. Most of them were daily labourers who were out of cash and needed money even for their daily needs. Most ATMs ran out of cash within 2-3 hours of

City residents’ demonetisation woes continue to rattle them

LUDHIANA: City residents again suffered from various problems on the third day after the announcement of discontinuation of Rs. 500 and Rs 1000 currency by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. People had to wait long outside ATM machines here on Friday. People are facing many problems as they are not having the short denomination currency for

Sector-48 residents to get 100-beded hospital

Chandigarh:The wait for the residents’ sector 48 to get the full-fledged hospital equipped with all necessary medical facilities will be over on Friday when Member Parliament Kirron Kher will lay the foundation stone of the upcoming 100-bed hospital in the southern area of Sector 48. The hospital will be equipped with all facilities, including all

400 border residents evacuated after Pakistani firing

Hiranagar Border (Kathua):  Bullet proof vehicles were pressed into service overnight to evacuate over 400 people rattled by the sound of Pakistani mortar bombing and firing in border hamlets. Border dwellers in Bobiya and adjoining hamlets in Hiranagar sector in Kathua district have been experiencing sleepless nights due to the intensified shelling and firing by

Water work a big Diwali gift for residents of Chandigarh: Badnore

Chandigarh: It is a big Diwali gift for residents of Chandigarh, stated Governor of Punjab and Administrator, UT, Chandigarh V P Singh Badnore during the the foundation stone laying ceremony for the augmentation of city water supply scheme through Phases V and VI from Kajauli at water works sector 39 here on Friday.The ceremony was held

Residents around PCA stadium demands separate parking for fans

Mohali: The cricket match between India and New Zealand on 23rd October gathered the huge crowd on ticket windows. Cricket fans are waiting for hours to get the tickets for match. On the other side local residents living in surroundings of the PC stadium Mohali are preparing themselves for all kind troubles due to Match.

Capt slams Badal for rendering border residents homeless

Chandigarh: Punjab Congress chief Captain Amarinder Singh has lashed out at the Badal government for closing down the refugee camps in the border areas without making arrangements for the displaced residents to return to their homes. The residents, who were earlier forced to evacuate from their villages, have now been rendered homeless as a result

Badal assures residents of border villages of all help

Barth Sahib (Pb): Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal today assured the residents of the border villages, who were moved to relief camps, of “all the help”. He said despite the tension in the Indo-Pak border region, farmers will be allowed to carry on with their agricultural activities. The villages in the border areas are

‘Healthy Patiala Movement’ launched to keep residents fit

Patiala: In an attempt to follow on footsteps of Prime Minister, Narendra Modi , Patiala Improvement Trust has decided to launch “Healthy Patiala Movement” with a vision to improve the health of people living in royal city. Under the movement trust has decided to set up open Gym’s in all the big parks of the

Protest by residents for land in Zirakpur

Zirakpur: People protest for their 4 acre land in Zirakpur on Monday. As per the reports, the land belongs to Scheduled Cast peoples which was betrayed by Zirakpur residents and was sold to electricity department. People blocked the highway when electricity department tried to sold their land. The people who were trying to stop the

Killer pothole near Majri Chowk on Zirakpur-Kalka highway irks residents

Panchkula: Pothole related issues continue to haunt Panchkula residents as tackling them in traffic becomes deadly. Killer pot hole on Zirakpur-Kalka highway just before the crossing of the Majri chowk which is almost covering the full road has still failed to wake up National Highway Authorities of India (NHAI) from deep slumber. However, this is

City residents all set to welcome ‘Ganpati Bappa’ with much ardour

Ludhiana: As Ganesh Chaturthi is on Monday (September 5), the city residents are all done with preparations to welcome Ganpati with great enthusiasm. The festival is celebrated is with great fervour in Maharashtra but now the city residents too are becoming aware of it and are towards the grand celebrations of Ganesh Chaturthi in high