Unscrupulous builders should not be spared: NCDRC

The apex consumer commission has dismissed an appeal filed by a real estate developer against a direction to pay nearly Rs 65 lakh to two persons who had jointly booked a flat in its project.

Sikh bodies voice solidarity with Gurbakash, seek prisoners` release

Several political and social outfits, including Dal Khalsa and SAD (Panch Pardani), on Friday expressed solidarity with Gurbakash Singh who has been on a fast for the past 16 days seeking the release of five Sikh prisoners.

Mohali lawyer`s murder: Son of SGPC member arrested

Son of a Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee member has been arrested for his alleged role in the murder of a lawyer at nearby Mohali, police said on Monday.

NDMA organising mega drill on earthquake

National Disaster Management Authority is organising a series of drills to generate greater public awareness about the vulnerability to disasters with specific emphasis on earthquakes.

Bathinda gang-rape `fabricated`, victim booked: Punjab Police

Police on Monday claimed that the complaint of a 24-year-old woman, that she was abducted and raped by two men and later thrown out of a car in Bathinda district, was "concocted".

Light rains drench parts of Punjab, Haryana

Ending the prolonged dry spell, light rain was witnessed in parts of Punjab and Haryana on Thursday. Pathankot, Kapurthala, Phagwara, Mohali and Ludhiana were among the places that received rainfall.

Fiza case: `Rat poison found in viscera`

The viscera report of Anuradha Bali alias Fiza Mohammad shows the presence of rat poison in her stomach.

Born weighing 450 grams, baby girl survives

Doctors claim that the girl could be the country`s smallest baby to survive this medical condition.

Immigration fraud: Punjab police book four

Four people have been booked for allegedly duping seven people of RS.80 lakh on the pretext of sending them abroad, Punjab Police said on Monday.

Youth goes on shooting spree in Punjab

He assaulted a man in this Chandigarh suburb and snatched his bicycle, fired at an unsuspecting girl on a scooty, held two guys at gunpoint for their vehicles, and finally managed to flee with a car while injuring two people.

Treetop protester is a proclaimed offender: Police

Even as Avtar Singh Nagla continued his unique form of protest by sitting atop a eucalyptus tree in a village in Mohali Wednesday, it came to light that he has been declared a proclaimed offender by a Chandigarh court in 2010.

Rahul spends night at Yadvindra Gardens after Indo-Pak match

After watching the high-voltage
India-Pakistan cricket World Cup match semi-final in Mohali, Congress General Secretary Rahul Gandhi spent some quiet moments on the outskirts of this city.

Mohali `summit` a modest diplomatic gain: Pakistani daily

India`s home secretary and his Pak counterpart met in New Delhi this week.

Thackeray objects to Pak players` `namaaz` at Mohali stadium

After attacking PM for inviting his Pak counterpart to the Cricket World Cup semi-final match between India and Pakistan, Shiv Sena chief Bal Thackeray has now objected to the Pakistani team performing `namaaz` in Mohali stadium.

Message for Mohali - straight from the web

Celebs, commoners alike posted last minute online messages of good luck on India-Pak semi-final match.

Irresistible Mohali: The VIP List

Politicians, movie stars, industrialists; everybody who is anybody wants to be in Mohali today.

Shah Rukh Khan won’t cheer for Team India at Mohali?

Bollywood badshah Shah Rukh Khan has scrapped the plans to watch the mother of all clashes – the India-Pakistan World Cup Semi Final on March 30, Wednesday owing to security reasons. Apparently, the whole of India will come to a standstill when India takes on their arch-rival Pakistan in one of the most crucial matches of the World Cup 2011.

Cricket fever at its peak ahead of Mohali clash

It is the first match between the two neighbouring countries on Indian soil after the 26/11.

Srinagar cautious, no big screens for Mohali match

Ban on gathering of more than four people was in place in this summer capital city Wednesday, traffic ran thin, and educational institutions and government offices recorded minimum attendances ahead of the Mohali clash.

Bollywood stars all set to cheer for team India in Mohali

The Indian sub-continent has come to a stand still. And no one seems to be doing anything else but eating, sleeping and drinking cricket. The Indian film industry too is gung-ho about the Indo-Pak match that is to be held in Mohali today. The World Cup fever has gripped the entire nation and the stars from B-Town have decided to take a break from their shooting schedules and be at the venue to cheer for the men in blue.