The department suffered T&D losses of Rs 16.80 crore in 2012 and Rs 68 lakh in 2013. In 2014, it faced losses of Rs 1.46 crore and Rs 6.14 crore in 2015.
The downpour left the venue waterlogged just as workers were putting the finishing touches at the Le Corbusier-designed venue.
The group of jawans, who have been left paralysed due to injuries suffered during operations, were among 150 differently abled participants invited to take part in the event.
Praise comes days ahead of UNESCO’s announcement of a new list of sites to be granted world heritage status.
The Prime Minister announced two awards, one for excellence in promotion of yoga within the country, and another for a similar effort at the international level.
Downpour leaves venue waterlogged; additional force pressed into service to clear water from spot.
Many participants found it difficult to locate their blocks; Grey areas identified; to be ironed out: Admn
Chandigarh environment dept to use roses for decorating pools at Capitol Complex.
UT Adviser says things will be back to normal after June 21.
Will stay overnight at Punjab Raj Bhawan, will fly back to Delhi after yoga event.
The Yoga day celebrations will bring 30,000 participants to the Capitol complex. The Chandigarh administration is already spending Rs 4.5 lakh on planting around 4,000 ornamental plants at the complex.
The move is to ensure that only the best performers take part in the International Yoga Day at the Capitol Complex on June 21.
A 45 day notice period has been issued to proprietor asking him to remove the violations. The notice period will lapse on July 15.
Violations of building bye-laws in Tricity continue unabated with the residents encroaching upon areas in front of their houses and doing unauthorised construction
In May, the civic body had closed both parking lots to facilitate opening of multilevel parking in the Sector.
With less than 10 days to go for D-Day, Bajaj is arranging for mats, dustbins, bio toilets, carpets, LEDs and permission for supply trucks, while battling on-site accidents and unpredictable weather
30,000 people from Chandigarh, Punjab and Haryana are expected to participate in the event
Administration considering shifting back around 10 per cent employees.
Dr Manish Kumar, the field director of Chhattbir Zoo, talks about the challenges of zoo management.
The Chandigarh Municipal Corporation has a total of 3,374 sanitation workers, including those working on a contract basis.
Proposal under consideration, says SDM; inflatable versions of mascot to be put up at major tourist spots
The session will be open for the general public.
Board chairman says this is going to be the best scheme of CHB
The registration started on May 17.
The administration has laid a condition that those who plan to take part in the main event will have to regularly attend the one-month training camps.