Srishti Choudhary

Articles By Srishti Choudhary

Morni to get research centre to study high-altitude crops

It will be the first such research centre in Haryana to study and cultivate high-altitude and off-season fruits, vegetables and pulses.

Shalimar Estates owner bought properties in peripheral areas of Panchkula: Police probe

R K Aggarwal was arrested by a Special Investigation Team (SIT) of Panchkula police on November 1 on the basis of a secret tip-off.

On Panchkula MC table today: MC to consider move to rename 2 rotaries after Maharana Pratap and Udham Singh

Khattar had announced a decision to rename one chowk in every town in western and northern Haryana after Udham Singh in July, on the occasion of the 76th anniversary of his martyrdom.

Panchkula: Municipal Corporation proposes charges for banners outside shops in inner markets

The recommendations are to be tabled in the next meeting of the corporation. However with the date of the meeting yet to be finalised, a final decision on the proposal is awaiting.

Panjab University economics dept gears up to welcome Manmohan Singh

Apart from the Jawahar Lal Nehru Chair, the department also has a Dr Manmohan Singh Chair

Maximum cases from congested areas in Panchkula

At present, as many as 193 cases of malaria, 83 cases of dengue and seven cases of chikungunya have been reported in Panchkula.

Chandigarh: Here comes your Haqdarshak, a mobile app, for all govt schemes

The administration has collaborated with a Bangalore-based non-government organisation, for the project which will be launched on a pilot basis in two districts of Haryana.

Shalimar Mall Case: Panchkula MC seeks FIR for ‘missing file’

Panchkula municipal commissioner Lalit Siwach said a necessary action by way of lodging of an FIR had to be taken.

Depend on ELISA test for dengue, says Panchkula health department

The Panchkula health department has appealed to people not to be misled and only rely on IgM-based ELISA test for confirmation of dengue.

Panchkula: Soon, radium tapes on stray cattle to avert road accidents

The model has already been adopted in various other cities, including Jaipur, Indore and Bangalore.

Why officials so lenient in recovering property tax from Shalimar Mall: Chandigarh Mayor to commissioner

Shalimar Estates Private Limited, which has been managing the Shalimar Mall in Sector 5, has not paid property tax since 2010, which amounts to Rs 6.8 crore.

Panchkula General Hospital: Haryana transfers 19 doctors, authorities decry staff crunch

According to the orders, 440 medical officers and 42 senior medical officers have been transferred across the state.

Panjab University polls: Unlike other outfits, SFS used street plays, discussions and debates as campaign tools

Six years after it was set up, the Students For Society (SFS) has slowly made its mark in the Panjab University politics.

Central university status will end financial woes of PU

V-C Grover had announced in the recent Senate meeting that the university would shut down after next semester if the government did not release funds.

White-backed vultures bred in captivity to be released soon

This is Jatayu Conservation Breeding Centre's second major project after After successfully releasing two Himalayan Griffons into the wild in June this year.

‘Decline in vulture population has given rise to diseases’: Dr Vibhu Prakash

Principal Scientist, Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS) and Programme Head, National Level Vulture Conservation team, Dr Vibhu Prakash underlines how vultures are important for the survival of humans.

The lunch box: Parents worry about their children’s desire to have junk food

Caught between fruit break and lunch break in schools, children prefer to have junk food in their tiffin boxes —a complaint common among mothers in Tricity

Panchkula mayor writes to HUDA administrator: Demands closure of ‘illegal’ passage between Sector 20, Peer Muchalla

“There is no such passage in the planning or layout plan of HUDA,” said Panchkula Mayor Upinder Ahluwalia

Panchkula: Two women have solution for stray dog menace, become friendly, get them sterilised

Late every night, a car drives up and stops near the Sector 6 bus stop. But even before it can stop, several forms lounging on the pavement come to life and bound up to the car.

Panchkula: Post recarpeting, road dug up to put up poles for Independence Day function

“The divider or pavement can be used to put up poles. We will talk to the district administration officials about it and repair the road immediately,” said a HUDA official.