At Mohali and Patiala, these vehicles have not even moved from the spot where they were parked for the past several months. In Barnala, Bathinda and Faridkot, where more than one MMU has been provided, only one is functional as there is not enough staff to man other vehicles.

Chandigarh, July 12

Mohali: Even after a year of its commissioning, the sewage treatment plant (STP) in Mohali remains a non-starter. Reason: The Northern Railways is not allowing a pipeline to be laid under its tracks.

Chandigarh: Amid the ongoing water crisis in Mohali, municipal councillor Kuljit Singh Bedi has said he will move court if the Punjab government did not act within 20 days to resolve the crisis.

Mohali Fortis Hospital and Greater Mohali Area Development Authority (GMADA) on Friday joined hands to launch the

Mohali A state-level workshop on

Mohali: As many as 118 teams would be operating in various parts of Mohali district during a campaign being launched by the health department to create awareness among people about dengue, malaria and other water-borne diseases.

These teams would be covering all villages of the district in June, which is being observed as an anti-malaria month by the department.

Mohali: The future of young impressionable minds in government schools in Mohali district seems to be bleak in the view of the dire straits of elementary education.

Boasting of several institutes of national repute, this adjoining district of Chandigarh still has several schools which lack drinking water, toilets, teachers and buildings.

Mohali: For the first time in Punjab, a state-of-the-art laboratory for surveillance of communicable diseases is being set up in the Civil Hospital here.

The directions to start the Integrated Disease Surveillance Project (IDSP) laboratory were issued by the Punjab government and this laboratory will be the nodal centre for tests and analysis for all government hospitals in the state.

Supply-requirement gap shoots up to 10 MGD in peak summer

Vikas Sharma / Chandigarh March 31, 2009, 0:34 IST

Irked by the lackadaisical attitude of the Punjab government, small and medium scale industrialists in Mohali have demanded that the state government should foster the growth of clusters in the area to help industries tide over the ongoing recessionary phase.

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