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Chandigarh lad scores 99.99 pc in JEE Main Chandigarh lad scores 99.99 pc in JEE Main



Chandigarh, Kunwar Preet Singh has topped the city in the JEE Main 2020 examinations, the results of which were declared by the National Testing Agency (NTA).

According to the results issued late Friday night, he scored 99.99 percentile and is among the 41 state-wise toppers.

A total of 8,69,010 students appeared in the exam.

Killer's behaviour indicates he is psychopathic: Police Killer's behaviour indicates he is psychopathic: Police

 

Chandigarh, A man, who has killed two women over infidelity over the last 10 years, was arrested from a news channel studio here when he confessed to these crimes during a live programme, police said. Police believe he is a psychopathic killer.

A local court on Wednesday sent him to five days police remand.

Killer confesses crime on live programme, held Killer confesses crime on live programme, held



Chandigarh, A man, who has killed two women over infidelity over the last 10 years was arrested from a news channel studio here when he confessed to these crimes during a live programme, police said.

In the television programme, the 31-year-old accused, Maninder Singh, who is a cab driver, confessed killing his live-in partner -- a 27-year-old nurse Sarabjit Kaur at a hotel here on New Year's Eve.

Singh, a former murder convict and currently out on bail, also confessed about his crime committed in Karnal in 2010.

Photo ID must to buy acid, shopkeepers need licence to sell Photo ID must to buy acid, shopkeepers need licence to sell


Chandigarh.- The Deputy Commissioner, Mandip Singh Brar convened a meeting today with all the SDMs, Police Officialsand other senior officials regarding regulation of Sale of Acid.
The Deputy Commissioner strictly directed that Addional Deputy Commisioner, Sh.Sachin Rana and all the SDMs will ensure that no one will be able to purchase acid without submitting a photo ID. Also, shopkeepers who sell acid will have to obtain a licence to do the same.

Photo ID must to buy acid, shopkeepers need licence to sell Photo ID must to buy acid, shopkeepers need licence to sell


Chandigarh.- The Deputy Commissioner, Mandip Singh Brar convened a meeting today with all the SDMs, Police Officialsand other senior officials regarding regulation of Sale of Acid.
The Deputy Commissioner strictly directed that Addional Deputy Commisioner, Sh.Sachin Rana and all the SDMs will ensure that no one will be able to purchase acid without submitting a photo ID. Also, shopkeepers who sell acid will have to obtain a licence to do the same.

Administrator Cycles to promote cycling as an environment-friendly mode of transportation Administrator Cycles to promote cycling as an environment-friendly mode of transportation

Chandigarh, The Governor of Punjab and Administrator, Chandigarh Sh. VP Singh Badnore pedaled from Raj Bhawan to UT Secretariat Building today with Sh. Manoj Parida, Adviser to the Administrator and all the senior officials of Chandigarh Administration to promote cycling as an environment-friendly mode of transportation and healthy lifestyle .

Rain lashes Punjab, Haryana as temperatures rise Rain lashes Punjab, Haryana as temperatures rise


Chandigarh, Several parts of Punjab and Haryana experienced rain with the minimum temperatures staying four-five degrees above normal on Tuesday, the weather bureau said. There are chances of dense fog from January 9 onwards.

In Punjab - Amritsar, Ludhiana and Patiala recorded a low of 8.6, 9.8 and 10.2 degrees Celsius respectively, up to five degrees above normal.

Fog delays flights at Chandigarh, Amritsar airports Fog delays flights at Chandigarh, Amritsar airports

 

Chandigarh, Fog left passengers in a lurch at the Chandigarh and Amritsar international airports on Saturday after several flights were delayed but not cancelled, officials said.

A total of 14 domestic flights, a majority of which were scheduled in the morning, were delayed owing to poor visibility, an official said.

Christians protest against Raveena, Farah in Punjab Christians protest against Raveena, Farah in Punjab


Chandigarh, Peaceful protests were held in several parts of Punjab on Friday against actress Raveena Tandon, director-choreographer Farah Khan and comedian Bharti Singh for allegedly hurting religious sentiments of the Christian community on a TV show.

The protests in Jalandhar and Gurdaspur towns that saw a huge presence of Christian protesters.

Contract killer arrested in Punjab for killing woman Contract killer arrested in Punjab for killing woman



Chandigarh, Punjab Police on Saturday said that they have arrested a contract killer who was allegedly hired by the husband of the woman who was shot dead in in front of her five-year-old daughter in Mohali near here earlier this month.

Jaswinder Singh, 40, was arrested from Bathinda district, Senior Superintendent of Police Kuldeep Chahal told the media in Mohali town.

Muslim organisations protest on CAA in Chandigarh Muslim organisations protest on CAA in Chandigarh



Chandigarh, Hundreds of people belonging to different Muslim organisations on Thursday staged a protest outside the Jama Masjid in Sector 20 here against the Citizenship Amendment Act.

Police have detained several protesters while the situation remained tense

Chandigarh, Amritsar colder than Shimla Chandigarh, Amritsar colder than Shimla


Chandigarh, Chandigarh and Amritsar were colder in the day on Wednesday than Shimla. Likewise, many places in the plains of north India such as Ludhiana, Patiala and Ambala were colder than hilly tourist destinations of Shimla and Palampur in Himachal Pradesh, the Met office here said.

Chandigarh, located in the Shivalik foothills, recorded a maximum temperature of 11 degrees Celsius, 10 degrees below the average, while Shimla, located at around 7,000 feet above sea level, saw a high of 14.9 degrees Celsius, a rise of 2.5 degrees from Tuesday's maximum temperature, while Palampur recorded a maximum of 14 degrees Celsius.

‘Imphal: The last battle of the Japanese Empire’ reveals many unknown aspects of World War-II ‘Imphal: The last battle of the Japanese Empire’ reveals many unknown aspects of World War-II

 

Chandigarh,

An interactive session on the topic ‘Imphal: The last battle of the Japanese Empire’, was held Saturday on the second day of Military Literature Festival, brought out several significant aspects of World War-II fought at the Indian land. The session was moderated by Maj Gen AP Singh and the participants included Col (Retd) Dr. Robert Lyman, and Brig (Retd) Allan Mallinson, Arambam Agamba Singh and Pushpindar Singh.

Indian ethos will endure onslaught by communal forces: Mahua Indian ethos will endure onslaught by communal forces: Mahua



Chandigarh, Indian ethos is all about moderation not given to excesses and will certainly endure the present onslaught by communal forces, firebrand Trinamool Congress Member of Parliament Mahua Moitra averred categorically rejecting the idea of nationalism being thrust upon by the Centre.

While speaking during the first session 'Jingoism and Hyper Nationalism - An Indian Perspective' on the second day of three-day Military Literature Festival here, Moitra, while accepting that the Opposition had been caught unawares with unleashing of hate and communal agenda, called for a comprehensive counter narrative to negate the nefarious designs of the inimical forces.

Indian ethos will endure onslaught by communal forces: Mahua Hair-raising feats by riders set stage for Military Lit Fest Chandigarh National Crafts Mela from November 15 Selection Trials held for Sikh Football Cup in Chandigarh Exhibition 'Entrepreneurs in Making' at Chandigarh Club attracts the people of Tri-city India's tallest Ravana effigy in Chandigarh goes in flames Decide to link Aadhar card with property transactions: Punjab & Haryana HC Adviser Launches replica of Pierre Jeanneret’s paddle boat at Sukhna Lake Pakistan stops sending postal mails to India Chandigarh businessman shot dead in office Pollution is a giant killer- K.S. Pannu Ali Rajpura's new book showcases Sikh-Muslim bond in Punjab Amit Shah to chair Northern Zonal Council meeting Ex-Pak Hindu lawmaker seeks political asylum in India Cop pens song urging motorists against traffic violations Javadekar calls on 'Flying Sikh' Milkha Singh Adviser holds State Level Meeting of Road Safety Council Unity in Diversity is the fundamental characteristic of Indian Culture: - Governor V.P. Singh Bomb scare in Chandigarh's Elante mall It’s time to make Chandigarh TB Free-Dr. G. Dewan Meeting held to review the status of bore-wells in Chandigarh A ‘Chhabeel’ was organized by management of Apollo Hospital Muslims celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr in Punjab, Haryana Showers bring relief from heat wave in Punjab, Haryana Heat wave leaves Chandigarh's Garden of Silence deserted Kidney swap unites Hindu, Muslim families EC notice to Sunny Deol for poll code violation EC deploys three EVMs at each Chandigarh booth Chandigarh ignored in funds' allocation-Pawan Bansal Pollution key issue for Chandigarh voters: ADR