Yuvraj Singh’s dad Yograj all set to create footprint in Bollywood

Yograj SinghChandigarh, Nov. 6 : Having played cricket during his youth and early adult life and then establishing himself as an actor in Punjabi cinema, Yograj Singh is now all set to launch himself in Bollywood.

Father of stylish Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh, Yograj had to quit his first passion cricket following a major injury. He moved towards Punjabi cinema, acting in 100 films. Today, he is looking forward to Bollywood as his next destination.

When ICL cricketers set the ramp on fire in Chandigarh

ICLChandigarh, Nov. 5 : Cricketers associated with the rebel Indian Cricket League (ICL) showcased their ramp and modelling talent in Chandigarh, they were second to none.

The occasion was the launch event of a new high-resolution video and hi-fi music section of santabanta. com, the Chandigarh-based popular entertainment portal.

The cricketers launched a new brighter, smarter and niftier version of its website. The latest version, called the SantaBanta. com V-2.0 Version, offers new varied sections with better and more attractive contents to its users.

Two-day Chandigarh Carnival begins Nov 22

Two-day Chandigarh Carnival begins Nov 22With 'Fun and Games' as the theme stated by Chandigarh's home and tourism secretary Ram Niwas, the two-day Chandigarh Carnival will be celebrated on November 22 and 23.

The Carnival, a yearly feature, will be inaugurated by UT Administrator, General S F Rodrigues (retd), at 11 am on November 22 at Leisure Valley, Sector 10.

Le Corbusier, the creator of Chandigarh

Chandigarh, Oct 25 : Le-Corbusier, the Swiss-French architect, who designed Chandigarh in the 1950s has a museum dedicated to his name. Old Architects'' building in Chandigarh''s Sector 9, which was the office of Le Corbusier, has now been converted into a museum.

Called `Le Corbusier Museum and Research Centre'', it is the sixth such center in the world and the second in India after a museum in Ahmedabad.

Le Corbusier designed and constructed buildings throughout Europe and India and one each in North and South America. He was an urban planner, painter, sculptor, writer and modern furniture designer.

SC, HC judges were present when cash-in-bag was delivered

PGI Doctors Call Off Their Strike

PGI Doctors Call Off Their StrikeAfter getting an assurance from the PGI administration, the Association of Resident Doctors (ARD) had called off its indefinite strike on Monday evening.

With this, nearly 800 resident doctors have come back to their work.

Earlier, in the morning over 200 resident doctors assembled outside the director’s office. After two rounds of talks with the dean and sub-dean, consensus was reached at in the evening.