Chandigarh

Manish Tiwari of 'India' alliance in Chandigarh is running ahead

Manish Tiwari of 'India' alliance in Chandigarh is running ahead

Counting of votes for Chandigarh Parliamentary Constituency is taking place at Chandigarh College of Engineering and Technology (CCET) Sector-26. C. C. e. T. Two halls have been prepared for the counting process in the complex, which have a total of 42 counting tables. Results are coming out continuously during the counting of votes. Talking about the first round, India Gathjod's Manish Tiwari is running ahead, who is competing with BJP's Sanjay Tandon.

Vote for betterment of Chandigarh, says BJP's LS candidate after casting vote

Vote for betterment of Chandigarh, says BJP's LS candidate after casting vote

Appealing everyone to vote for the betterment of the city, Chandigarh BJP candidate Sanjay Tandon and his family on Saturday cast their votes at a polling booth in Sector 18 here during the seventh and final voting phase of the general elections. “We tried to reach every area of the city, and we organised our programmes in many areas, but still, I feel that there must be many people I could not reach. I appeal to everyone to vote for the betterment of Chandigarh, vote for the democracy of the country, vote to take the country forward, vote to make Narendra Modi the Prime Minister again,” Tandon told the media while showing the indelible ink mark on his index finger.

After Punjab, now holidays have been announced in Chandigarh schools as well

After Punjab, now holidays have been announced in Chandigarh schools as well

In view of the terrible heat of May, summer vacations have been announced in the schools of Chandigarh after Punjab. In the schools of Chandigarh tomorrow means holidays from 22nd May to 30th June. Tweeting about this, the Chandigarh Education Department said that this wave of extreme heat can pose a threat to the health of school-going students.

Soham Kumar, Student of KV School secured 96% Marks in 10th CBSE Board Result

Soham Kumar, Student of KV School secured 96% Marks in 10th CBSE Board Result

The Student of KV School Sector 31, Chandigarh name Soham Kumar S/o Sh. Sanjiv Kumar (Working as Regional Head in Union Bank of India at Chandigarh) secured 96% Marks in 10th CBSE Board Result. The Parents of Soham Kumar told that he is very dedicated towards his study. Soham told in future he want to get success in UPSC Exams.

Painful incident in Chandigarh: One and a half year old girl drowned in a bucket full of water while playing

Painful incident in Chandigarh: One and a half year old girl drowned in a bucket full of water while playing

While playing in Sector-45 here, a one-and-a-half-year-old girl drowned in a bucket full of water. When the girl was not seen for a long time, the mother started searching. Seeing the girl lying in the bucket, the mother informed the police. The police reached the spot and took the girl to the hospital, where the doctors declared her brought dead.

Haryana CM Saini, Khattar file nomination papers

Haryana CM Saini, Khattar file nomination papers

Haryana Chief Minister Nayab Singh Saini and former Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Monday filed their respective nomination papers as BJP candidate in Karnal city. While Khattar filed his papers for the Karnal Lok Sabha seat, Saini filed his nomination papers for the Karnal assembly by-polls necessitated by the resignation of Khattar.

SC stays reopening of road outside Punjab CM’s home in Chandigarh

SC stays reopening of road outside Punjab CM’s home in Chandigarh

In an interim direction, the Supreme Court on Friday stayed the decision of the Punjab and Haryana High Court order to reopen a road outside Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann’s residence in Chandigarh on an experimental basis. Issuing notice on the plea filed by the AAP-led state government, a bench presided over by Justice Sanjiv Khanna stayed the operation of the impugned direction passed by the high court till September 2, the next date of listing.

Dr. Ritu Singh declared Lok Sabha Chandigarh BSP candidate

Dr. Ritu Singh declared Lok Sabha Chandigarh BSP candidate

Today, as per the guidelines of National President of Bahujan Samaj Party and former Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, respected sister Kumari Mayawati ji and with the permission of Central In-charge Shri Randhir Singh, Dr. Ritu Singh was announced as Chandigarh Lok Sabha 2024 candidate by BSP Central In-charge Shri Vipul Kumar ji, State. This was done in the presence of in-charge Shri Ajit Singh Bhaini, Chandigarh in-charge Advocate Sudesh Kumar Khurcha and State President Sardar Wariyam Singh, Vice President Manoj Kumar.

Chandigarh: Parking fee will be paid online by scanning R code, facility will be implemented at 73 places from May 1

Chandigarh: Parking fee will be paid online by scanning R code, facility will be implemented at 73 places from May 1

Now parking fee for two wheelers and four wheelers can be paid online in Chandigarh parking lots. This facility will be started from May 1. For this, Chandigarh Municipal Corporation has signed a contract with many banks. Card swiping machines have been taken from the banks. In which payment facility is also available through QR code. This system will be implemented at 73 places by the corporation.

CTU Due to the arbitrariness of the officials, Punjab Roadways stopped the bus service in Chandigarh

CTU Due to the arbitrariness of the officials, Punjab Roadways stopped the bus service in Chandigarh

As a protest against the bullying of CTU, Punjab Roadways and Panbus employees have stopped the bus service of Roadways in Chandigarh and started the bus service from Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Bus Stand in Mohali, due to which the government has been ignoring it for a long time. The riots have started at the Mohali bus stand, which had become noisy due to this. The leaders said that Punjab Roadways and P. R. T. C. The bus service has been completely stopped in Chandigarh and no CTU bus will be allowed to enter Punjab from the borders of Punjab after 12 noon today. Due to the suspension of the service, passengers going to Chandigarh are facing a lot of problems.

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