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.

Questioning the need of second highway from Mohali to Phagwara via Machhiwara and Nawanshahr areas, the Congress said today the project would be sheer waste of money and lead to the displacement of thousands of farmers.

Mohali: No joint venture company formed yet for construction activity, says AAI official

Almost a year has passed since an international airport was formally approved for Mohali. No work has, however, begun at the ground level as yet.

A three-day orientation programme on environmental education resource books for DEd, BEd and MEd level students, organised by the Centre for Environment Education (CEE) in association with National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE), got under way at the National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research (NIPER) in Mohali on Monday.

Mohali: Nocturnal animals at the Zoological Park in Chhatbir will soon have special houses for them to live in. Visitors will be able to watch the natural behaviour of these animals in

The incidence of kala azar, an infectious disease, in India is among the highest in the world and 2.5 million cases of kala azar are detected globally every year, said Professor V P Sharma, former director of Malaria Research Centre in Delhi and Additional Director General, ICMR, at National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research (NIPER) in Mohali on Thursday.

The state Government is finding it hard to get bidders to start development projects in Mohali.

A state-of-the-art air-conditioned multistoried bus terminal-cum - commercial complex is one of the total 13 development projects awaiting a bidder, three months after its previous bidder backed out.

Mohali, October 13 Tussle within the Punjab Government has once again stalled the development and expansion of Nayagaon, comprising Karoran, Kansal and Nada villages in the periphery of Chandigarh.

The forest department has objected to the development and expansion plans envisaged by the Department of Local Government in the Draft Master Plan of Nayagaon-2021 released in August.

Hundreds of trees along the Mohali-Kharar stretch of National Highway-21 are being axed these days to pave way for the much-awaited four-laning of the highway stretch, ill-famed as the