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Post-Raj Bala move, BJP mulls trust motion against mayor

Raja Bala’s action has increased the BJP tally to 11, which is the same as that of the Congress.

BJP boycotts inauguration,BSP declares it open for second time

The projects include a multi-level parking lot,a Primary School and the overbridge.

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5 more sites sold on 2nd day of GMADA auction

They were sold for Rs 13.53 crore against a reserve price of Rs 11.1 crore

7 of 9 panels formed by ex-mayor yet to submit report,‘will be dissolved’

Though nine committees were constituted during the tenure of former mayor Raj Bala Malik,apart from two,none completed their proceedings or prepared a report.

From today,high-security number plates a must for new vehicles

From Friday,all the new vehicles in the city will have to be affixed with the High-Security Registration Number Plates (HSRP) with the UT Administration on Thursday finally implementing the much-awaited facility at the Registering and Licensing Authority (RLA) office in Sector 17.

...and the mayor to get 100 parking passes

Amidst the ruckus that was created at the meeting of the General House of the Municipal Corporation,an agenda item allotting 100 parking passes to the mayor was also approved.

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8 schools perform at theatre fest

Students from eight schools of Chandigarh and Panchkula displayed their remarkable talent and sensitivity towards environmental challenges by performing during the Prithvi Vandana Environmental Theatre Festival at Govt Model High School Sector 38.

Pumping station inaugurated,southern sectors to get tertiary treated water

The residents of Chandigarh’s southern sectors will now get a supply of tertiary treated water for irrigation.

MC receives clearances for new schools,dispensaries

The Municipal Corporation has received the requisite clearances for the construction of new schools and dispensaries.

Mayor reviews civic body work

A meeting of Sub Divisional Engineers was called by Mayor Raj Bala Malik on Thursday to assess the progress of work in the city.

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