Smriti Sharma Vasudeva The Indian Express Group
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Monday 6 May '13At a time when most of the public sector offices are driven by information technology, even after a decade of the announcement made in this regard, complete computerisation still evades the UT Estate ...
Monday 6 May '13Already reeling under a staff crunch, the UT Estate Office, which earlier had four junior engineers (JE) in the Building Branch to keep a tab on violations in all the sectors, has now been left with o...
Friday3 May '13The Registering and Licensing Authority, Sector 17, had an unusual visitor on Thursday.
Thursday2 May '13UT Administrator Shivraj V Patil on Wednesday pulled up administration officials, during a review meeting held to discuss various issues regarding the city.
Thursday2 May '13The charm of registration numbers in the city seems to be fading, with the Registering and Licensing Authority (RLA) getting a poor response each time applications for fancy numbers are being sought.
Tuesday30 April '13Sources say that almost a month and a half ago, the UT Administration had announced that the draft master plan will now be put in the public domain for seeking the suggestions of the general public.
Sunday21 April '13With barely ten days left for the new Excise Policy to take effect, the city’s tipplers are on a liquor-buying overdrive with vends across Chandigarh reporting a spurt in sale of the distilled spirits...
Sunday21 April '13Even after four years, the UT Administration is not going to hold an auction of commercial and residential property in the city, owing to a market slump.
Sunday21 April '13Even as the growth of the city in terms of new projects and favourable policies has come to a stand still, the neighbouring state of Punjab seems to be getting the benefits of the present scenario.
Friday19 April '13This is despite the fact that at the time of launching HSRP on February 28, the authorities had announced that within two months, even the old vehicles in the city can get HRSP affixed.
Thursday18 April '13The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has asked the Himachal Pradesh government to come “better prepared” if the state want to stake its claim on Chandigarh in its governance.
Monday15 April '13From May 1, to get a fresh liquor licence in the city will be an uphill task with the UT Excise and Taxation Department making it stringent for the new restaurant and department stores to stock liquor...
Sunday7 April '13The deputy commissioner’s (DC) office seems to be on a license-cancelling spree with errant drivers and those with arms bearing the brunt of the drive.
Saturday6 April '13All one needs to do is enter the 14-digit enrolment number and 28-digit date and time of enrolment.
Wednesday3 April '13There seems to be no stopping the monkeys in the city even as the UT’s Department of Forests and Environment is busy counting the numbers of those caught so far.
Tuesday2 April '13The significant hike in road tax for registering vehicles in the city has come with a pleasant surprise.
Monday1 April '13After a gap of seven years, the UT Administration is once again seriously mulling over reintroducing the conversion policy for further development of the industrial area and business park comprising I...
Monday1 April '13RLA: The three existing slabs abolished; hike brings UT on a par with Punjab
Saturday30 March '13Consequently, thousands of applicants who had taken loans for fulfilling their dream of owning a house in Chandigarh, are yet to hear from the board and continue to pay bank installments.
Sunday24 March '13Even as the UT Estate Office is yet to finish with the infamous Booth Allotment scam in Krishna Market, Sector 41, yet another scam, in the making, has been unearthed.
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