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Exclusive: This Dubai man once crossed a barbed wire fence for Gavaskar's autograph. Now he is ICC's global partner

Khaleejtimes 15 Nov 2023
The year was 1980 and Gavaskar, a superstar in world cricket back then, was at the Sector 16 Stadium in Chandigarh for a domestic match that also featured local hero Kapil Dev ... “I went to the same college in Chandigarh as Kapil did.

Chandigarh’s GCG-11 wins best environment society award

Hindustan Times 05 Jun 2023
Chandigarh MC cleans Amrit Sarovars ... On the occasion of World Environment Day and under Mission-LiFE, Chandigarh Traffic Police in association with Desh Bhagat Radio, and State Bank of India, Sector 17, organised a cyclothon from the SBI Office.

Staff fumes as Akashvani closes Punjabi news broadcast units from Delhi, Chandigarh

Indian Express 29 May 2023
... in Delhi and Chandigarh since May 14 ... Harjap Singh Aujla, a radio enthusiast, author, and engineer, criticised the decision to shift the Punjabi section from Chandigarh and Delhi to Jalandhar.

Stopping Punjabi news bulletin from AIR’s Delhi, Chandigarh stations unjust: Dhami

Hindustan Times 27 May 2023
Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) president Harjinder Singh Dhami has condemned the decision of stopping the broadcast of Punjabi news bulletins from the All-India Radio (Akashwani) stations operating at Delhi and Chandigarh.

(Article) Rahul Gandhi getting a notice for visiting Delhi University is a matter of deep concern

Kashmir Media Service 13 May 2023
... in which PGIMER authorities in Chandigarh are said to have punished women students who did not attend the event where the 100th episode of Narendra Modi’s radio programme “Mann Ki Baat” was broadcast.

Chandigarh: Five diagnostic labs removed from central empanelment list

Hindustan Times 12 May 2023
Dr Ashwani Kumar, additional director, CGHS, Chandigarh, ordered the de-empanelment of Dr Shamer Singh Memorial Radio Diagnostic Centre on May 1 due to expiration of NABH validity.

Country's first Air Force Heritage Centre inaugurated

Indian Express 08 May 2023\/69dJWdGw62 \u2014 All India Radio News (@airnewsalerts) May 8, 2023 The Defence Minister who is on a one-day visit to Chandigarh will inaugurate and lay the foundation stones for a few other projects in the city as well.

Making best use of technology, Modi has united countrymen: Gov Purohit

Indian Express 30 Apr 2023
Haryana Governor Bandaru Dattatreya, who also listened to the radio broadcast at Raj Bhavan in Chandigarh, said the programme is an inspiration for all.

100th episode of Mann Ki Baat: Punjab governor calls event unique, historic

Hindustan Times 30 Apr 2023
Dignitaries attending the screening of 100th episode of Mann Ki Baat at Punjab Raj Bhawan in Chandigarh on Sunday ... Chandigarh administrator and Punjab governor Banwarilal Purohit also witnessed the event with other invitees.

Two booked for stabbing neighbour in Mohali’s Sohana

Hindustan Times 28 Feb 2023
Chandigarh ... Chandigarh PGIMER’s department of radio-diagnosis and imaging Ajay Kumar was elected as the vice-president of the National Neuroradiology Society ... Chandigarh Police have arrested two persons ...

Truck driver held with 1.2 quintals of poppy husk on Chandigarh-Hisar road

Hindustan Times 13 Feb 2023
Chandigarh The Chandigarh chapter of the Public Relations Council of India (PRCI) celebrated World Radio Day at Chandigarh Press Club in Sector 27 on Monday ... PRCI also honoured radio personalities, ...

Auto driver arrested for stalking, harassing radio jockey in Chandigarh

Hindustan Times 21 Dec 2022
An auto-rickshaw driver accused of stalking and harassing a city-based radio jockey was arrested on Tuesday. The accused, Ranjeet Kumar alias Chiya, 45, is a resident of Dadumajra Colony (DMC), Chandigarh.

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