The Court has ordered the demolition of portions deemed illegal of over a dozen hotels that are spread over an area spanning from Dharampur to Kasauli and part of the Kasauli Development Plan.
Though 17 people, including owners of the land where the building was being constructed, people constructing it, officials who passed building plans, area councillor and their aides, have been booked.
Last year, a survey was carried out by the board engineers in all 61,067 units constructed to date in respect of violations, encroachments and misuse. Violations have been categorised into various heads, which the committee would analyse.
President of Chandigarh Beopar Mandal Anil Vohra said that if they failed to get any relief from the administration, they would stage protests across the city.
Having spent nearly 16 months in jail for a rape he never committed, Wasim Malik waits for justice; his family says the entire episode has ruined their lives
On Tuesday, doctors successfully terminated the victim’s pregnancy at GMSH-16. Her condition was stated to be stable
Neeraj stayed there for around eight minutes as teachers and students were frightened to hear multiple gunshots. He came out of the classroom when the assailants left in a Swift and Innova.
The video shows the other person telling Chandrawati’s husband Pappu Shukla that he had a small business and would be able to give Rs 5,000 only.
Earlier in the day, the report of inspections at parking lots was presented in the House wherein it was stated that parking lots were not smart as they lacked basic facilities.
A major fire broke out at OT No. 3 of the Emergency causing severe damage to one OT and affecting five others. Three surgeries were on when the fire broke out.
After making a person spend nearly 16 months in jail for rape, Chandigarh Police has decided to withdraw the charge against him. So, it has filed an application with the UT Home department in this regard.
During the discussion, it came to light that 50 per cent of the recruits were Punjabi Muslims, 36 per cent Hindus, 12 per cent Sikhs and 1 to 2 per cent Christians.
PGI’s chief security officer P C Sharma talks to The Indian Express about why of late there is an increase in the fire incidents at the institute.
The protesters demanded the shifting of the case to Chandigarh to ensure that the interests of justice were served.
It was the first day of the drive when several teams were constituted by the Chandigarh Municipal Corporation and sent to various sectors from 6 am onwards
A team of Chandigarh Police, which is investigating two recent burglaries at shrines in Sector 27, also visited Mahadev Shiv Mandir, Saketri, and obtained CCTV footage of suspects from the shrine management committee.
Police say temples and other places of worship are soft targets. Security is not tight, the cash box is right up in front, and other valuables such as ornaments are also displayed openly. Hindu temples are the most attractive, with their emphasis on ornamentation of idols, and multiple donation boxes.
Shrines are on the hit list of thieves. They have struck at a total of five places of worship in Chandigarh till April this year.
Another accused, Jagdev Singh, alias Gaagi, was arrested from ISBT 17 for the murder. Two other accused are yet to be arrested.
A lower court had convicted Babla on March 28 on the appeal filed by the Chandigarh Administration against his acquittal under the two charges in the judgment pronounced by trail court in 2014.