The symposium will begin with guided tours by students and faculty of CCA to the Capitol Complex, Pierre Jeanneret Museum; old architect’s office (Le Corbusier Centre) and key buildings of the Panjab University.
A senior official said that they would have to check the casting of all the manhole covers as they have been told that two kinds of impressions of Chandigarh master plan have been found — one, where sectors are raised and roads are depressed, and the other where roads are raised and sectors are depressed.
The BJP councillors have been trying to find a local connect with the public in Himachal. As Mayor Asha Jaswal campaigned in Chintpurni constituency area, she has been calling herself ‘Himachal’s bahu’ since her in-laws are from Una area.
As per the details, from July 2016 to September 2016, as many as 160 sale deeds were recorded and from October 2016 to December 2016, a period in which demonetisation was announced and people were allowed to deposit their old notes in the banks, the same number of registrations — 160 — was recorded
On Sunday, the firm’s tractor trolley was found dumping garbage in the forest area of Sector 47. It was challaned Rs 5,500 and the mayor had even questioned as to why, being a commercial entity, challan of Rs 10,500 was not issued.
Having missed out in terms of citizens’ feedback in the Swachh Survekshan last time and with just two months to go for the next survey to begin, nearly every official of the Municipal Corporation has been getting the app downloaded.
Various resident welfare associations said that the decision of the panel managing the community centres to grade the community centres into A, B , C and D categories as per the facilities available there is like dividing society.
As the Punjab and Haryana High Court ordered a ban on the use of crackers and limited their bursting on Diwali only for three hours, the authorities of The Gurukul School thought of coming with these crackers so that children don’t feel disheartened.
While many have given thumbs up to the High Court order of limiting bursting of crackers from 6.30 pm to 9.30 pm only, for some, especially children, it is a disappointment as this is the only day they wait for in the entire year to burst crackers.
The traders said they have been facing the burden of demonetisation, Goods and Services Tax (GST), cracker ban and on top of that, the administration wanted to impose this decision of car-free zones at sectors 15, 19 and 22.
The cracker sellers will put up their stalls at designated sites in the Tricity from Tuesday morning. The stalls in Chandigarh will be put up at nine sites, which have been identified by the administration.
A total of 200 cracker-sellers shall be awarded licences: 96 in Chandigarh, 55 in Mohali district and 50 in Panchkula district. In Panchkula city, only around 13 cracker sellers and around 18 in Mohali city will be permitted