Chandigarh MP Kirron Kher had also written a letter to Union Minister of Health and Family Welfare J P Nadda requesting him to sanction 100 MBBS seats for the institute.
An actor, director, teacher, researcher and musician, Rani Balbir Kaur, who emerged on the professional stage in 1972, has been awarded for her overall contribution in theatre by the Sangeet Natak Akademi.
“The new policy has been framed on the direction of Punjab and Haryana High Court with an aim to make places of amusement safe for guests,” said Ankit Kumar.
The CAT disposed of an application filed by 31 retired assistant nursing superintendents (ANS) and deputy nursing superintendents (DNS).
“There is an Institute body which is headed by Union Health Minister J P Nadda. The applications will be forwarded to the ministry for further action,” a senior official told Chandigarh Newsline on Saturday.
After making several unsuccessful attempts to get the certificate corrected, Amit Dahiya, a resident of Sector 35, had moved court with a request to direct Shivalik Public School, Sector 41, to change his and his mother’s name on the certificate.
While terming the price of flats unreasonable, Prem Kaushik, member, CHB board, said a flat would cost around Rs 80 lakh after paying all charges.
UT Home Secretary Anurag Agarwal on Wednesday clarified that no dress code has been prescribed in the Controlling of Places of Public Amusement policy 2016.
Vijay’s Tamil actioner “Theri” has performed handsomely at the box-office by raking in Rs. 21 crore in just two days, takes North America by storm too.
The banners were put up in several parts of the city Tuesday, which were later removed by enforcement staff .
The magistrate has prohibited running of such activities on roadsides and the public places between 1 am and 4.30 am for a period of 60 days.
Those rules were applicable for promotion to the same post in UT Chandigarh, unless Chandigarh administration framed its own rules, said the tribunal.
Around 250 B.Ed and M.Ed students were conferred with degrees at the convocation ceremony.
Lauding the initiative, Chandigarh Deputy Commissioner Ajit Balaji Joshi said that the residents will now get fresh fruits and veggies twice a week at reasonable rates.
Chandigarh Newsline had last week reported that PGI was mulling action against the nurses, who allegedly changed the duration of their shift times in the last week of March.