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Seeking info under RTI Act can’t put question mark on petitioner’s integrity: Punjab & Haryana HC

The high court snubbed Chandigarh Administration for its decision to demote an employee of the Department of Food and Supplies and Consumer Affairs for seeking information under the Right to Information (RTI) Act.

V P Singh Badnore interacts with GRIID staff: ‘Make Chandigarh India’s first disabled-friendly city’

Union Territory Administrator Badnore was interacting with the staff and representatives of the parents’ association at the Government Rehabilitation Institute for Intellectual Disabilities (GRIID), Chandigarh, on Thursday to strengthen and upgrade facilities for children with disabilities.


Employees not observing office hrs: Establishment secretary to all heads

Yadav then clearly stated that “office hours are from 9 am to 5 pm and lunch break is only from 1 pm to 1.30 pm. The secretary specified that in the opening office hours “there will be a grace period of only 10 minutes..."

Punjab & Haryana HC monitors health infrastructure, takes note of high referrals

The High Court had begun its monitoring of the state of health infrastructure in the government hospitals in Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh in December last year during the hearing of a bunch of matters related to hospitals.

Fund crunch: Chandigarh Administration tells Municipal Corporation to manage finances on its own

In a setback to Chandigarh Municipal Corporation, the UT Administration, through a communique sent on Wednesday, has asked the civic body to manage finances on its own.

Chandigarh: UT administrator allows amalgamation of adjoining plots

A senior official of the UT Administration confirmed the approval has been given, but with some conditions such as the ownership of both the sites must be same.


Chandigarh: Badnore listens to grievances, asks for action taken report within 10 days

Badnore heard 41 individuals and groups regarding issues concerning Municipal Corporation, Estate Office, Deputy Commissioner’s Office, Health, Police, Education, Social Welfare and Chandigarh Housing Board.

Erstwhile admn officials kept me in dark about developments, events: Kirron Kher

The Chandigarh MP claimed that she was also “not taken on board on the issue of Smart City.”

Chandigarh notifies changes in water bye-laws: Now, consumers have to get defective meters replaced within one month

As per the new norms, automatic meter reading (AMR) meters have been made mandatory for domestic users above 2-kanal houses to ensure accurate measurement of water consumption.

Chandigarh administration to launch call centre for grievance redressal

The centre has been setup in Sector 19 at cost of around Rs 20 lakh and is expected to be launched by the end of this month.