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Ban Ki-Moon, Chavan briefed the delegation about the progress made till date. The registration number of the vehicle has been sent to the Transport authority to identify the owner,police said.it was delayed due to technical problems.Written by Khushboo Sandhu | Chandigarh | Published: June 22Yuvraj Gawai.

Rekha said the charred flat is not a reason of concern now. Darjeeling and Jalpaiguri ?Written by Madhuparna Das | Kolkata | Published: March 28 ?Written by Suanshu Khurana | Published: March 5Harjot has shown that he is the number one junior goal-keeper in shlf1314. Pakistan had good drag-flickers and this performance will raise his confidence before the all important Junior World Cup,rape,set out to look for a play for this year, It has also been mentioned that by criticising the working of the state government through press.

Rizvi has alleged that corruption is rampant in Ballia and SP workers is being ignored while Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) workers are getting their work done by paying bribe.Written by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: March 3 He fell and died on the spot. In our opinion appointment of commission is not required. Seemingly dissatisfied with the responsethe bench asked the counsel for the Punjab government to seek fresh instructions on setting up of the commission and inform the bench on Wednesday The benchon the previous date of hearinghad made clear its opinion that only a commission could probe the matter independently The court had also equated the gravity of the case with that of infamous 2G spectrum scam But before passing an orderthe bench had asked the state government to respond to the query why a commission should not be constituted The case will now come up for further hearing on April 25 The matter was brought to the High Courts notice by Nayagaon resident Kuldip Singh Accusing a senior police functionary in a land-grab bid in Nayagaonhe had sought protectiondemanding registration of an FIR and a CBI probe into the dealings The inquiry was entrusted to ADGP (retired) Chander Shekhar after Justice Ranjit Singh of the High Court had taken cognisance of the matter On the last date of hearingthe Punjab government had been reprimanded by the High Court for its sheer inaction on getting government and forest land vacated from illegal possession Documents sought on mobile towers in residential areas The Punjab and Haryana High Court on Monday directed the Chandigarh Administration and Central government to place on record the fresh notifications and guidelines issued by the Centre on removal of mobile towers from residential areas The directions were given during the resumed hearing of a bunch of petitions demanding removal of mobile towers from residential areas A month agothe High Court had directed the Chandigarh Administration to notify its policy on the issue of mobile towers in residential areas within a period of one month A division bench had ordered that the UT must decide on the objections filed by the owners of mobile companies within a month and then notify its policy The policy would be moulded if the Chandigarh Administration decided to accept the objections filed by mobile companies The companies had opposed the draft policy prepared by the administration in 2004 wherein the UT had decided not to allow any mobile companies to install their towers in residential areas The draft policy had made it clear that no mobile tower would be allowed to come up in a residential area The policy had stated that mobile towers would be allowed to be installed only in commercial buildings which have completion certificates and their building plans The policy read that the commercial buildings should have sewerage connections and be inspected by the Estate Office The mobile company owners had also challenged some other provisions laid down by the UT in its draft policy Now PIL seeks removal of unauthorised tents in Mohali After Chandigarhit is time for removal of unauthorised tents in Mohali For a public interest litigation (PIL) demanding removal of unauthorised tents pitched for security of judges and VVIPsincluding bureaucratswas filed in the High Court on Monday A division bench issued notices on the PIL The petitionerRajinder Bains of Sector 48has sought directions to PunjabGreater Mohali Area Development AuthorityMohali Planning BoardDeputy Commissioner and Senior Superintendent of Police for the removal of tents Directions were also sought for demolishing concrete structures in public parksgreenbelts and roadside berms being used illegally and in an unauthorised manner for the purpose of accommodating security personnel The petitioner added that the tents were being pitched for the security of the VVIPSpoliticianspolicemen and bureaucrats and were at 22 places in Mohali In July 2009the Punjab and Haryana High Court had taken suo motu cognisance of a news item published in an English daily which had highlighted the menace of unauthorised tents in Chandigarh Nearly three years laterthe Chandigarh Administration claimed removal of all security tents pitched outside the houses of bureaucratspoliticians and other higher-ups on designated green belts The assertion on removal of tents came just about 24 hours after the High Court directed the uprooting of portable canvas shelters pitched outside the judges houses The High Court in its previous order had ruled that no one is above lawhowever so high he or she may be placed Chandigarh Administration needs to be asked to perform its functions in accordance with law.I maintain myself and exercise well.he is contesting as a Congress candidate from Shakarpur ward of East Corporation. house in Bhalswa Dairy.were arrested for allegedly forcing her into prostitution.44,police said on Saturday.

Initially around 60 students submitted their entries. The voting was done by the students of the UIET. Maharishi has called it Making of a Tamasha, For the uninititiated,In order to improve the teaching of the language,there is a paucity of trained teachers in German language.Surender of Haryana bagged gold in shot put with a throw of 17.Written by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: September 1

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