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French band Remi Panossian Trio perform at Chandigarh, on Monday. (Express photo by Sahil Walia)

French jazz band enthralls city, says Indians sensitive to music

The French band Remi Panossian Trio performed at Sector 26, Chandigarh, on Monday.

Construction for the pedestrian pathway to Capitol Complex in progress. (Express photo by Sahil Walia)

UT to ease checks at Capitol Complex

The restrictions on visiting the Capitol complex is going to be eased enabling the tourists as well as local residents to visit the place.

An Army officer looks at the invitation card with pics of American soldiers ( Express photo by Sumit Malhotra)

Hoardings removed, but MC’s goof-up in invitation cards stays

Chandigarh Municipal Corporation puts photos of US Army men, not Indian soldiers on Martyrs Day.


More city heritage furniture to go under the hammer in US

In all, 10 items designed by city’s founder architect Le Corbusier’s cousin Pierre Jeanneret will be auctioned.


ABVP to hold discussion on education policy on Saturday

More than 100 teachers and students from all over Punjab and Chandigarh will be participating in the discussion.


Circuit bench of consumer forum to hear 153 cases

The Commission will sit in Chandigarh till April 1 and hear 153 cases.


After 15 years, UT clears expansion of OBC list

The UT Administration has 27 per cent reservation for OBCs in govt jobs besides eligibility in scholarship schemes.


Money laundering case: HC directs Mukesh Mittal’s clerk to join probe

The division bench accepted his prayer for videography of his examination.


HC notice to UT Admn for non-withdrawal of cooperative societies’ notification

The UT Administration had given an undertaking in the high court that it would withdraw the notification.


Met dept predicts cloudy sky, rain for three days

The city will experience rain over three days, beginning Saturday evening, the weather office has predicted.


‘Govt should ensure safety for women’

DBU Pro-Chancellor Tajinder Kaur announced the launch of a scholarship scheme, ‘Shakti’, for the girl students.


Armed men intercept bank cash van, drive away with Rs 1.34 cr

Fire no shot, face no resistance from security guards; police suspect ‘inside job’.


Robbers loot Rs 1.34 crore from van in Chandigarh

The masked dacoits arrived in a Fortuner, which was later found abandoned, and blocked the Axis Bank’s van path.


You can’t go to Chandigarh and not visit Backpackers Cafe

The Cafe, started in 2007, was almost a pioneer in its category to offer English-style breakfast.


Chandigarh railway station has only one public toilet

As per officials, lack of proper sanitation facility is one of the major problems.