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Patil: Traders cannot convert leasehold land into freehold

Patil rejects industrialists’ demand, said would give them ownership of land ‘for peanuts’, when the cost of the property is high

Don’t change Chandigarh into a trading, industrial city: Patil

As his five year term ends on January 22, Patil told Newsline that those who want to set up an industry should explore options in Panchkula and Mohali or beyond.

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Delhi Finance Commission moots congestion tax for city

Last year, Ministry of Urban Development had proposed imposition of congestion tax, but MC rejected it. Now the panel has revived the matter again.

UT Admn to construct 5 houses for judges, 100 for govt staff on 3 acres

Cheap houses were demolished on the plot around three years ago.

BJP leader writes to Rajnath about Patil’s ‘dictatorial attitude’

Tandon has also sought that the Home Secretary visit the city to take stock of the situation.

IB report rules out sabotage, moots remedial measures

Sources said that Patil had asked the IB to find out whether fire in building and its subsequent collapse, which happened last Sunday, were the result of sabotage.

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Claiming VB clean chit in fund fraud case,Ranike re-joins Badal cabinet

At that time too,he held the same portfolios.

Inter-state water disputes can’t be decided in isolation: Hooda

Hours after Punjab Governor Shivraj V Patil raised the issues of inter-state water dispute and demanded that Chandigarh be transferred to Punjab,Haryana Chief Minister hit back saying his state is not prepared to part with its share of water.

Difference of opinion between Patil and UT’s senior standing counsel led to his resignation

As per available information, strong difference of opinion had emerged on certain legal cases and issues between UT Administrator Shivraj V Patil and Kaushal.

CN & heard: Election time

The recent comments by a councillor,terming a nominated councillors as being “sold” to the Congress,created much controversy with BJP-SAD supporting the allegations.

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