Hina Rohtaki

Articles By Hina Rohtaki

Chandigarh MP Kirron Kher pulls up chief engineer: ‘See the condition of roads’

The MP reprimanded the official at the inauguration of the railway underbridge in Manimajra on Monday evening. She said the condition of roads had never been as bad as it was now.

Wall around HC complex: Deadline expires tomorrow, Chandigarh still in a fix

The Chandigarh Administration had apprised the security committee that constructing a brick wall is against the heritage status accorded to the city. They tried to convince but to no avail.

Chandigarh considers converting leasehold properties of civic body into freehold

Realtors stated that no one wants to come forth for the leasehold properties because one has to pay hefty ground rent every year and even after paying crores for 99 years, the ownership of the property is not in the name of the person.

PU-PGIMER underpass not viable, overpass an option: Study

Recently, the Chandigarh Administration gave its nod to the said underpass.

Monitor road funds, send periodic reports: UT Adviser to Municipal Commissioner

It was just on Friday that UT Administrator V P Singh Badnore announced giving funds of Rs 152 crore to the corporation.

Post-UT grant, MC floats tenders for public toilets at whopping cost of Rs 2.51 crore

The tenders were floated for operation and maintenance of public toilets of ward 4 and 15, 13 and 24 markets worth Rs 36.54 lakh, those in ward 6 and 7 markets worth Rs 36.54 lakh, in ward 14 and 15 at an amount of Rs 31.32 lakh.

Chandigarh: Cash-strapped civic body gets Rs 152 crore fund

On Thursday night, the councillors got a message that the UT Administrator will be meeting them at Punjab Raj Bhawan on Friday morning.

Chandigarh: Centre okays extra grant of Rs 246 crore to UT Administration

Following the approval of the grant, UT Administrator V P Singh Badnore on Friday morning called the municipal councillors along with UT Adviser Manoj Parida and MC Commissioner K K Yadav, and announced Rs 152 crore for the corporation.

Community centre demolition: Citing lack of coordination, family changes wedding venue

The family said that a contractor had told them that building will be demolished as he was yet to get a written order.

Chandigarh: Panchayat Bhawan to be converted into rest house

UT Adviser Manoj Parida inspected the Panchayat Bhawan on Wednesday evening and found that it was not just in a dilapidated condition but was also neglected.

UT Admin puts demolition of community centres on hold

The decision comes a day after Chandigarh Newsline’s report of wedding plans of 32 families going haywire.

Chandigarh capitol complex: Rs 40-crore restoration project on, but lidar survey not done

The first ‘restored’ court room in the Punjab and Haryana High Court building was thrown open to public Monday — three years after the Capitol Complex was declared a UNESCO Heritage site.

No flat rates, parking charges outside Chandigarh malls to increase after four hours

A flat rate of Rs 20 for a two-wheeler owner and Rs 40 for a four-wheeler owner was previously decided at these parking lots.

Air quality in Chandigarh plunges to ‘very poor’ category

Officials of the Chandigarh Pollution Control Committee attributed the poor air quality to stubble burning in adjoining areas of Punjab and Haryana. As the air quality dropped to very poor category, it suggests that there is respiratory illness on prolonged exposure.

Chandigarh not to water down enhanced traffic fines

Chandigarh MP Kirron Kher had conveyed a message to the administration and traffic policemen attending the meeting that they should not go slow or soft on issuing challans to all those violating the traffic rules.

Chandigarh administrator okays underpass between PU, PGI

The UT Administration had already given approval for this underpass but V P Singh Badnore’s official final nod was awaited which was given in the meeting

Chandigarh: PGIMER doctors develop new angioplasty technique for 100 per cent blocked arteries

The technique has already been implemented on two patients and it was successful.

Chandigarh air quality poor, Met forecasts rain on November 6 and 7

A senior officer of the Chandigarh Pollution Control Committee attributed the poor air quality to stubble burning in adjoining areas of Punjab and Haryana.

Cleanliness drive opposite Punjab CM house yields minister’s mementoes

The mementos and trophies were given by different health departments in different districts where Mohindra was the chief guest.

Chandigarh: New pavers at an already intact stretch draw ire of residents

Residents have reacted to the Municipal Corporation’s unnecessary spending and splurging of public money.

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