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Chandigarh Police to observe 'Car Free Day' on Sept 22 with cycle rally

CHANDIGARH: “Car Free Day” is observed worldwide on 22nd September. Every year, one day is set aside so that instead of cars people use bicycles, public transport or walking to move around. “Car Free Day” is observed with an aim to make people realize that life is possible without dependence on cars, side-by-side leading to good health and peer bonding.

Punjab Health department to launch special campaign to curb oral cancer: Mahindra

CHANDIGARH: “The Punjab Government is all set to launch Special programme to curb oral cancer in the state. If oral cancer is diagnosed in its earliest stages, treatment is generally very effective.” This was disclosed by Health and Family Welfare Minister, Punjab, Mr. Brahm Mohindra on the occasion of Annual Reorientation Session- 2018 held for Dental Medical Officers here today.

Smooth sailing for seeds in All India Junior Ranking Badminton

CHANDIGARH: Seeded players had a smooth sailing in the Yonex-Sunrise All India Junior Ranking Badminton Tournament 2018 here today. In the girls under-19 singles round of 64, top seed Aakarshi Kashyap, second seed Malvika Bansod, third seed Gayatri Gopichand Pullela and fourth seed Ashwini Bhat K. recorded easy wins.

Ramkumar goes down fighting; Jeevan in doubles semis in Taipei Challenger

CHANDIGARH: Despite firing as many as 13 aces sixth seed Ramkumar Ramanathan of India could not survive the challenge of qualifier Frederico Ferreira Silva of Portugal in the singles second round match in the $ 150,000 ATP Challenger Kaohsiung OCE Open in Chinese Taipei.

Ajay, Naresh,, Kaavya and Vanshika move into finals

CHANDIGARH: CLTA trainee top seed Kayva Sawhney  sailed into finals of girls under-18 singles in the  CLTA-AITA Super Series Tennis Tournament for Boys and Girls under-16 and 18 at the Sector 10 Tennis Stadium here today.

Punjab government approves rules for FRBM Act implementation to achieve fiscal targets

CHANDIGARH: The Punjab Cabinet on Thursday took a slew of vital decisions for the development of the state, including approval of the rules for implementation of Punjab Fiscal Responsibility and Budget Management (FRBM) Act, 2003.

Punjab cabinet okeys Sri Anandpur Sahib-Naina Devi project to boost tourism

CHANDIGARH: The Punjab Cabinet led by Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has given approval for setting up a Ropeway between Sri Anandpur Sahib and Naina Devi ji in Public Private Partnership (PPP) mode to further promote tourism in the state.

Punjab cabinet okeys transfer of final land for Bathinda AIIMS project

CHANDIGARH: The Punjab Cabinet, headed by Captain Amarinder Singh, on Thursday decided to transfer certain land pieces belonging to the state government to the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India, for the AIIMS project at Bathinda.

Punjab cabinet ratifies Shahpur Kandi Dam project agreement

CHANDIGARH: The Punjab Cabinet on Thursday ratified the agreement signed on September 8 between the Chief Secretaries of Punjab and Jammu & Kashmir, as well as Commissioner Indus GoI, for immediate resumption of work on the Shahpur Kandi Dam Project.

Helmet must for women riders in Haryana

CHANDIGARH:  To ensure the safety of women while driving, Haryana on Thursday made the wearing of a helmet mandatory for women riding two-wheelers.

Punjab CM assurers Afghan Ex-president Hamid Karzai of greater support in development of war-torn nation

CHANDIGARH: Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has assured former Afghan President Hamid Karzai of greater strategic support and cooperation for the war-torn nation.

PSEB Engineers Association demand full scale to engineers

CHANDIGARH: The PSEB Engineers’ Association has demanded that the Punjab State power Corporation limited ( PSPCL) to give full pay scale to its engineers in place of the fixed minimum emoluments during the probation period as per Punjab and Haryana High Court order.

CGC Jhanjeri Boys & Girls Shine in PTU's Badminton Tournaments

MOHALI: The Boys as well as the Girls teams of Chandigarh Group of Colleges, Jhanjeri made their mark in Punjab Technical University's Inter College Badminton Tournaments by winning Silver Medals. The Boys Team had a tougher competition as the number of participating teams was a whooping 19, whereas the number of Girls Teams was only 09.

PUCA expressed deep sorrow on demise of Renownedn Educationist Hakam Singh Jawadha

CHANDIGARH: Punjab Unaided Colleges Association (PUCA) expressed deep sorrow on the sudden demise of Chairman, Bhai Gurdas Group of Institutions, Sangrur, S. Hakam Singh Jawandha. 

Ramkumar wins; Gunneswaran goes down fighting

CHANDIGARH: Sixth seed Ramkumar Ramanathan of India defeated Maximilian Neuchrist of Austria in straight sets 6-4, 6-2 in the first round of the $ 150,000 Kaohsiung OCE Open in Chinese Taipei. The match lasted just one hour and two minutes in which Ramkumar unleashed six aces and committed four double faults. Maximilian fired three aces and committed same number of double faults. He saved five out of eight break points while Ramkumar saved two break points out of two.

Kaavya Sawhney and Suryanshi Tanwar in semifinals

CHANDIGARH: Top seed CHART trainee Kaavya Sawhney advanced into semifinals in the girls under-18 singles of the CLTA-AITA Super Series Tennis Tournament for Boys and Girls under-16 and 18  at the Sector 10 Tennis Stadium here today.

Punjab Basketball Association honours Scott William Flemming

CHANDIGARH: Punjab Basketball Association today honoured  Senior Director operations NBA India Scott William Flemming  at the Guru Nanak Stadium in Ludhiana. USA Colleges Basketball coach, who was in Ludhiana to teach basketball to the Punjab youth, was presented a shawl and memento by the PBA.

Rs 6- crore gold haul , biggest at airport

MOHALI: The mohali police made the biggest gold seizure till date at the internatinal airport here today A father –son due landed here with gold  and silver jewellery worth rs 6 crore.They arrived on a flight from Hyderabad and have been identified as Dhanraj Meenawal and Rajesh Meenawala.

NRMC insists on source segregation, door to door collection and composting of solid waste

CHANDIGARH :The National Green Tribunal has starting monitoring the implementation of provisions of Solid Waste Management (SWM) Rules, 2016 through 5 Regional Monitoring Committees (RMCs) across the country.

Ramkumar wins in singles; loses in doubles first round

CHANDIGARH: Sixth seed Ramkumar Ramanathan of India defeated Maximilian Neuchrist of Austria in straight sets 6-4, 6-2 in the first round of the $ 150,000 Kaohsiung OCE Open in Chinese Taipei. The match lasted just one hour and two minutes in which Ramkumar unleashed six aces and committed four double faults. Maximilian fired three aces and committed same number of double faults. He saved five out of eight break points while Ramkumar saved two break points out of two.

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