Because of the financial crisis, MC has already put the development agenda on hold. It has also been decided that no new development agenda would come up in the House meetings until there are funds with the MC.
Over 50 residents were taken ill after drinking water in certain pipelines got contaminated in the area in the last few days.
Shobha Koser is the heart and soul of Pracheen Kala Kendra, an educational organisation dedicated to the promotion, preservation and dissemination of Indian classical music and dance, which her illustrious husband M L Koser set up in 1956.
But with scores of projects in areas like New Chandigarh, Mullanpur, Kharar, Kurali and Zirakpur also rushing to be completed, the crushers located in Baddi and in Haryana make a fortune by supplying sand and gravel.
Ties have been strained after Delhi Chief Minister’s apology to senior Akali leader Bikram Majithia. Khaira to lead a group of AAP MLAs to New Delhi Wednesday to show solidarity with the party in the tussle against the Lieutenant Governor.
A party leader said that BJP’s in-charge of Haryaba Anil Jain, state unit president Subhash Barala, union ministers Birender Singh, Rao Inderjit Singh, Krishan Pal Gujjar and some Haryana ministers will also attend the meeting, apart from Khattar.
At the monitoring station of Kaimbwala, the Air Quality Index was recorded at 178 micrograms per cubic metre. The PM10 level recorded here was 217 micrograms per cubic metre while PM2.5 was 66 micrograms per cubic metre.
THE TOP brass of the Guardians of Governance programme in Punjab is miffed at the “zero percent” action taken record of Patiala administration on the issues raised by the retired army men appointed under the programme.
According to Chandigarh Municipal Corporation, the residents were also to be blamed. The sewage tank and the water tank are closely built in the residences which increases the risk of water getting mixed.
The protestors demanded a permanent location for all workers and a decrease in the monthly charges imposed by the administration. Earlier, they would pay Rs 50 to the Haryana Urban Development Authority but are being charged Rs.2500 per month now.
The scam had come into light in 2010 when the state was given a national award for excellent implementation of the scheme in Ambala district.
Expressing anger, journalists from the Tricity gathered at the Press Club to protest against the Centre and the J&K government to take action against the culprits and observed a moment of silence to pay tribute to the fearless senior journalist.
The Commissioner said that at the moment, apart from sterilisation, the only immediate action they could take after this incident is to identify aggressive stray dogs, isolate them for some time and release them back at the same place.
Deepanshu was the youngest child of his parents, who reside at the servant quarters of the house in Sector 36. When the incident occurred, the boy’s mother Sonia was cooking in the kitchen and his elder sister Priya was in the room.
The victim, identified as Jagdish Singh Diwan, was here for a month on a Support a Child mission and had gone to visit his friends at Sector 21 for dinner, when the incident happened. Diwan was given 14 injections within two hours at a Sector 22 dispensary.
The announcement was made when the family members of the victim, Ayush, refused to claim the body of the child, demanding FIR against the Chandigarh Municipal Corporation officials and compensation from the authorities.
Even after the completion of this pending work which may not be a reality by September-end, multiple tests have to be carried out before releasing water formally.
The college most popular for BCom in the Tricity, GGDSD College, Sector 32, is also starting a research centre in commerce from the new session. It will be the first PU-affiliated college to introduce a PhD centre.
Residents alleged that they had been getting contaminated water for the past two days. A team from the public health wing of the Chandigarh Municipal Corporation rushed to the spot to take stock of the situation.
Speaking at the fourth meeting of Niti Aayog’s Governing Council, in New Delhi, Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar said Haryana had been blessed by the presence of Mahatma all through the Independence movement.