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VB to file recall petition against HC’s Saini order

The Times of India 22 Aug 2021
+Text Size. SmallMediumLarge ...Last scheduled flights to Kabul met with ATC’s radio slience’. CHANDIGARH ... The bureau had charged Jaspal, who is the father of Nimratdeep, and Saini with conspiracy to prevent attachment of House 3048, Sector-20/D, Chandigarh, and had also accused them of creating a false agreement and using it as valuable security ... .
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Placements of Mass Communication students scales a new high at Chandigarh University

Yahoo Daily News 06 Aug 2021
While giving details about the placement record, Dr RS Bawa, Pro-Chancellor, Chandigarh University said, 'About 160 bachelor and 40 masters' students have been picked up by top-notch media houses which include national, regional newspapers; news channels, radio channels, ...
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Happy Birthday Sunil Grover: Here are some lesser known facts about the audience’s favorite Gutthi

Pinkvilla 03 Aug 2021
sunil_grover_birthday.jpg ... He has a master’s degree in theatre from Chandigarh. The actor started his career as an RJ for the Radio Mirchi, where he played Sudarshan, aka Sud, and hosted the show ‘Hansi Ke Phuware.' Sunil Grover has walked the ramp for Mandira Bedi for a fashion show, in which he was seen sporting the sari collection ... Also Read.
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PM lauds vendor giving free food to those who are vaccinated

The Times of India 25 Jul 2021
Centre’s 20% spending curb to hit development in Chandigarh ... CHANDIGARH. A Chandigarh street vendor giving out free "Chhole Bhature" to people who take their COVID-19 vaccine shot and furnish proof of it the same day drew praise from Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his monthly "Mann Ki Baat" radio broadcast on Sunday.
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PM Modi lauds Chandigarh vendor giving free 'Chhole Bhature' to those who show vaccination proof

The Times of India 25 Jul 2021
CHANDIGARH. A Chandigarh street vendor giving out free "Chhole Bhature" to people who take their COVID-19 vaccine shot and furnish proof of it the same day drew praise from Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his monthly "Mann Ki Baat" radio broadcast on Sunday.
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Daughter’s idea: Chandigarh man who gives free Chole Bhature to vaccine takers

Hindustan Times 25 Jul 2021
Sanjay Rana from Chandigarh, who was mentioned by Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the 79th edition of his monthly radio programme Mann Ki Baat, said that it was his daughter’s idea to give free Chole Bhature to people who have been administered Covid-19 vaccine.
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Mann Ki Baat: PM appreciates Chandigarh vendor for encouraging residents to get Covid shot

Hindustan Times 25 Jul 2021
For his initiative on encouraging people to get vaccinated, a city-based street-vendor, Sanjay Rana, who sells chhole bhature in Sector 29, received words of appreciation from Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his radio programme “Mann ki baat” on Sunday.
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Chandigarh street vendor's vaccine hesitancy removal initiative gets PM Modi's applause

Live Mint 25 Jul 2021
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday applauded Sanjay Rana, who was offering free Chole Bhature in Chandigarh to people getting vaccinated. PM Modi praised Rana's noble initiative while addressing the 79th edition of his monthly radio programme 'Mann ki Baat'.
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When Milkha Singh rooted: 'Bhaag Labh, bhaag'

The Times of India 20 Jun 2021
CHANDIGARH. Among the thousands and thousands of Indians who listened to the radio commentary of the 1960 race in Rome and rooted for Milkha Singh was a young Labh Singh, who had no idea of Olympics but, seeing the atmosphere, swore to go to its next edition ... About memories shared with The Flying Sikh, he said ... He'd say ... .
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Throwback: When Milkha Singh recorded a multi-part radio autobiography for Prasar Bharati

Hindustan Times 19 Jun 2021
The flying Sikh was kind enough to record a multi-part Radio Autobiography with @AkashvaniAIR sharing his life story," he tweeted ... "I'm happy that you've come here to Chandigarh to take my interview", Singh's voice resonates on the radio as he begins his tale before an eager audience.
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Burail Jail to set up inhouse radio station, inmates to be RJs

Indian Express 16 Apr 2021
The inmates at Chandigarh’s Model Jail of Burail will soon be performing as Radio Jockeys (RJs) at the in-house community radio station to be set up at Burail Jail ... A budget of around Rs 40 lakh has been passed by the Chandigarh Administration for setting up the radio station in the jail.
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Chandigarh University launches Mohali city's first community radio 90.0

Yahoo Daily News 18 Feb 2021
R.S.Bawa, Pro-Chancellor Chandigarh University, said, 'Radio Punjab 90.0 is yet another step undertaken by CU under its Institutional Social Responsibility towards the society and the radio station will be totally dedicated towards serving the different sections of the ...
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Punjab school events: NSS camp at Shishu Niketan draws to a close

Hindustan Times 15 Feb 2021
PUBLISHED ON FEB 15, 2021 03.22 PM IST ... Ahlcon Public School, Jalandhar ... Saupin’s School, Chandigarh ... BCM Kindergarten, Chandigarh. The school celebrated World Radio Day as well as National Women’s Day. A radio show was conducted to make the students aware of how the radio became popular. A radio talk on the life of Sarojini Naidu was also held ... ....
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Haryana starts in-house radio stations for jails

The Times of India 02 Jan 2021
CHANDIGARH. has started the broadcast of inhouse radio stations from Ambala, Panipat and Faridabad jails ... The studios have been created in the jail premises and 21 inmates have been given training for radio jockeys, news anchoring and other programmes related to law and entertainment ... Chandigarh.
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PGI to get India’s first dedicated animal house laboratory

Indian Express 17 Nov 2020
The Department of Radio Diagnosis and Imaging at the PGI, Chandigarh is installing the first-ever Digital Subtraction Angiography (DSA) facility in the country, dedicated for basic research in animals ... For all the latest Chandigarh News, download Indian Express App.

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