The Greater Mohali Area Development Authority (GMADA) has admitted that the sewage of Chandigarh and Mohali was being discharged into the seasonal N-choe, which originates from Chandigarh and passes through various parts of the city before reaching Mohali.

Puts official machinery on flood protection duty

Mohali Deputy Commissioner Prabhjot Singh Mand on Tuesday issued directions to free all canals and seasonal rivulets passing through this district from encroachments and other obstructions, if any, in the flow of water on their beds.

Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal to inaugurate Forest Complex on Saturday

The first ever state-of-the-art building on modern

Keeping in view the widening gap between availability and demand of potable water in Mohali, the Greater Mohali Area Development Authority (GMADA) has begun work to install 10 new tubewells in different parts of the city.

Mohali district is lagging behind in the ongoing procurement of wheat. The first 20 days of the procurement season has a shortfall of over 1,400 tonnes of wheat as compared to the wheat procured last year. Official figures revealed that as many as 53,348 tonnes of wheat was procured at 11 grain markets till April 20 this year whereas 54,751 tonnes of wheat was procured in the district last year.

Announces compensation of Rs 1.5 cr per acre

The first urban residential estate of Greater Mohali Area Development Authority (GMADA), Airport City, today moved another step forward with the formal announcement of cash compensation for 771.34 acres of land under acquisition for the independent township in the vicinity of upcoming international airport here.

As many as 28590 tonnes of wheat was procured from eleven grain markets in Mohali district till Thursday evening.

With no additional canal water, 15 new tubewells approved

Mohali is short of 7 million gallons daily (MGD) water for drinking purposes and this figure shoots up to 10 MGD in peak summer (May to July).

Residents of Rassenheri village near Mohali have approached the Punjab and Haryana High Court for quashing the notifications issued under Section 4 and 6 of the Land Acquisition Act for acquiring land for a dumping ground in proximity to their houses. The proposed location of the dumping ground in Sector 102, Mohali, has apparently been shifted from Sector 74 after people had protested.

To prevent wastage of water this summer, the civic authorities in Chandigarh and Mohali have imposed a ban on washing cars and courtyards and watering lawns in the morning hours (5.30 to 9 am).

The ban would come into effect from April 1 and continue till June 30.

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