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15-yr-old twins from city make it to Limca Book for musical prowess

Sunday 13 January '13

One playing the melodious tunes on the piano and other running his fingers on the strings of the guitar, 15 year old twins Eash and Eashan Goyal from Chandigarh are a class apart, not only as twins bu...
And now, portability option for unsatisfied city LPG customers

Friday 11 January '13

City residents who have LPG connections from Indane will now be able to avail intra-company portability facility.
Sale of angithis, choolhas, heaters sees sudden jump in biting cold

Sunday 6 January '13

The dip in the temperature over the past few days has led to a jump in the sale of heaters and traditional means used to keep houses warm.
Flights grounded, travel plans in disarray as fog disrupts daily life

Friday 4 January '13

This winter, city residents have experienced heavy fog for eight days in December and three in January.
Clubs hire woman bouncers to take on tipplers, escort out tipsy revellers

Sunday 30 December '12

As the UT police focuses on the need to have woman bouncers, during the parties on New Year’s eve, various clubs and bar owners are gearing up to adhere to the directive of the UT police.
PEC students build web portal for second-hand books

Tuesday 14 February '12

A group of students from Punjab Engineering College have started a website Bookshaala.com through which students can get second-hand books at a low price at their homes within 24 hours of order with a...
Midday meals may be served up to Class XII

Monday 13 February '12

The midday meal programme, with its success at the elementary level, may now reach students up to senior secondary classes within next five years.
Civic body fails to curb market encroachment

Monday 13 February '12

Municipal Corporation has failed to curb the encroachments that continue unabated in markets in different sectors.
UBS 1986 batch holds reunion in varsity

Sunday 5 February '12

Having passed out 25 years back, the alumni of University Business School at Panjab University relived memories at the alumni meet held today.
Raeth sings Indo-Pak peace tunes

Sunday 5 February '12

It was their second visit here and the members of Pakistani sufi rock band Raeth were mesmerised by the city.
Sandwiched by tasty eateries and let down by bad hygiene, Night Food Street loses customers

Sunday 1 January '12

Once popular amongst city’s people, the Night Food Street near PGI is losing its charm gradually, as only two out of eight kiosks are still open.
Birds, rabbits and hamsters take place of man’s best friend

Sunday 29 January '12

Pet owners looking for more exotic animals
City judo players struggle for facilities and funds

Tuesday 24 January '12

The city’s judo players are facing huge hurdles in their path to make their dreams come true.
Garbage raises a stink in city gardens

Wednesday 18 January '12

The big gardens, meant for the city residents’ recreation, are in a displeasing state due to the apathy of the Municipal Corporation.
UT’s homeless shiver in the chill

Tuesday 17 January '12

Even as city residents shiver in the biting cold and find it difficult to keep themselves warm in the cozy confines of their homes, there are some who do not have this privilege.
Asha Kiran hopes to empower special children with new courses

Monday 16 January '12

Asha Kiran, a centre in Sector 46 for differently-abled children is bringing out new web designing, computer and tally courses for its children.
PGI Trauma Centre lacks seating arrangements

Wednesday 11 January '12

PGIMER’s swanky new building, the Advanced Trauma Centre may be high on patient care but the authorities seem to have completely overlooked the attendants.
PGI Trauma Centre lacks seating arrangements

Monday 9 January '12

Advanced Trauma Centre may be high on patient care but the authorities seem to have completely overlooked the attendants.
You’ve got Male

Saturday 10 July '10

On a muggy Thursday morning, around 118 aspiring male models, togged out in skinny jeans and colourful sneakers crowded the lounge of Delhi’s The Grand in Vasant Kunj.

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