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Manish Raj Malik


The military march to justice 
Fri, Dec 17, 2021

🔴 Navdeep Singh is all set to unveil a compilation of essays by jurists, academics and judges all over the globe, on landmark court decisions concerning military on Friday.

On Madhya Marg, roads turn into a multitude of craters
Wed, Dec 01, 2021

Surender Kumar, 24, a parking-ticket collector, said the road workers have been very erratic in their work. “I have been working here for the last few months and have seen them working only a couple of times since.”

Kejriwal promises regular jobs to temporary teachers: ‘Did it in Delhi, will do it in Punjab too’
Sun, Nov 28, 2021

🔴 Slamming the ruling Congress and the previous SAD-BJP government for not acceding to teachers' demands, Kejriwal said, 'I promise that when we form the government, we will regularise you'.

Book Nook: Miracles do happen, even in a pandemic
Sat, Jan 08, 2022

Writing since the age of 10, Naina Pachnanda took refuge in poetry during the pandemic. Her recently released anthology of poems ‘Miracles do happen’ tries to make sense of the suffering Covid-19 unleashed on us.

Mental health cafe launched in Mohali by 21-year-old
Thu, Nov 25, 2021

“People can come here, talk about their mental health issues and take part in the various therapies offered here. It is also a pet-friendly cafe, anyone can come to eat, laugh and heal here,” said the young founder.

Controversy in camp for differently-abled
Mon, Nov 15, 2021

he Nodal Officer, Social Welfare Department, said, “It is just a misunderstanding, the code of conduct is in force due to the MC elections in December, so we cannot give free aids and appliances.

Chandigarh: 3-day Ayurveda Parv to kick off from Nov 12
Wed, Nov 10, 2021

The festival will discuss how ayurveda can prevent and potentially cure diseases. It will be inaugurated by the Governor of Punjab and UT administrator Banwari Lal Purohit along with other eminent ministers and citizens.

PEC celebrates 100th anniversary today, President Kovind slated to visit college on November 16
Tue, Nov 09, 2021

PEC will be presenting 654 Btech degrees, 160 Mtech degrees and 27 PhD degrees tomorrow to the students of academic year 2020-2021.

Book analyses Covid impact on Punjab economy, the way forward
Mon, Nov 01, 2021

The book has focused on various sectors such as agriculture, industry, services, education, health, besides fiscal, banking, diaspora, gender, governance, and sustainability challenges the state economy faces.

India accounts for 60% of all stroke patients globally, say doctors
Fri, Oct 29, 2021

A stroke occurs when the blood supply to the brain is cut short. There are two kinds of strokes: ischemic stroke (due to clotting of blood) and haemorrhagic stroke (due to rupture of the blood vessels).

Over 100 horses to participate in Chandigarh show
Thu, Oct 28, 2021

The show will be inaugurated by Chandigarh SSP Kuldeep Chahal and the show jumping and tent pegging event will be held as per the guidelines of the Equestrian Federation of India (EFI).

Bound by duty- a different Karwa Chauth celebration for Chandigarh woman cops
Sun, Oct 24, 2021

These include women police personnel who will be balancing time between their professional and personal life on this day of festivities.

Daylight killing leaves villagers on edge
Fri, Oct 22, 2021

All the locals were shell-shocked as no one saw this coming. Most of the neighbours preferred to maintain a distance from the incident and declined to talk on it.

Primary schools witness increase in student strength on day 2 of reopening
Wed, Oct 20, 2021

The staff members have ensured the wearing of face masks, sanitisation of schools and social distancing in the classrooms.

Haryana S-I hirings: 200 protest re-exam for those who got ‘wrong’ q-papers
Tue, Oct 05, 2021

The protesting candidates said that they strongly apprehended that the HSSC authorities would give undue advantage to selective people during the re-examination.

Haryana SI recruitments: 200 protest re-exams for some aspirants who got ‘wrong’ question paper
Mon, Oct 04, 2021

The protesting candidates said that they strongly apprehended that the HSSC authorities would give undue advantage to selective people during the re-examination.

Chandigarh: Fruit, vegetable prices soar, vendors blame fuel price hike for spike
Sat, Oct 02, 2021

Jarnail Singh, Superintendent, The Market Committee, responded, “The working people at Market Committee have nothing to do with the rates the local vendors sell at."